Well, it’s too late to win the prize – that will be announced shortly. But if you want to have a go, here are some numbered pictures taken in the village. They’re taken close up or from an unusual angle.
Have a go. When you’ve tried to guess all 20, follow the link after the pictures. Good luck.
The answers are here
Thank you to all the people who visited the IRA stand at yesterday’s Festival event. And thank you for all your kind and supportive comments.
The programmes for this year’s Festival have been delayed. The plan is to drop one through every door in Ickenham. Meanwhile, if you have broadband, you can get a pdf copy (30MB) via the Ickenham Festival website.
Hello. Well that was a great Festive Evening. Thank you Ickenham Festival and all the people who put so much time and effort into making it so enjoyable. And thank you all the visitors for braving the chilly weather to participate in this great community event.
As promised, the video of the winners of the Characters of Ickenham poll is now online.
It’s going to be dry tonight, whoopee! Good news for all the street activities in Ickenham village centre. Wrap up warm and come and enjoy an evening (6 to 9) of “music, activities, fun and shopping”, according to Ickenham Festival which makes the whole thing happen.
We’ll be in the Village Hall meeting old and new friends, running the traditional ‘sweets in the jar’ competition, selling copies of Yesterday in Ickenham and displaying images of the winners of the ‘Characters of Ickenham’ contest run earlier in the year.
We look forward to seeing you there.
(And, if you miss it, we’ll be uploading the slideshow here tomorrow morning.)
Saturday 17th June, 7:15pm – 10:30pm
Glebe School Grounds, Sussex Road
Ickenham Festival is delighted to announce a special outdoor concert in the grounds of Glebe School. This will feature a musical programme with Covers Band “Fat Busted” Plus Support. The evening will finish with a large fireworks display.
Please bring your own seats, rugs, and food and drink if you wish. There will also be food and soft drinks on sale. Doors open 7:15 pm. Concert starts at 7:45 pm. Fireworks at 10:15 pm.
Tickets are on sale from Ickenham shops at Sherry’s, Williams Butchers, Bikewise, or from the Festival Team.
Tickets may also be bought online from our website or by post from 3 Rectory Way, Ickenham, UB10 8BP.
All tickets are £8.00, under 5’s free. Sorry, no refunds if wet and no dogs please, except guide dogs.
The Ickenham Festival Team will be holding its ever-popular “Burns Night” at Douay Martyrs School on Saturday 21st January 2017.
You can look forward to a live ceilidh band (The Larkrise Ranters), with a caller, a Piper, a haggis supper, dancing, and Burns poetry reading. A great night out is promised for all.
Full details of tickets and booking are on the Ickenham Festival website. Don’t delay, tickets sell out fast.
This is the question we posed about four weeks ago. In just two weeks many of the lovely people of Ickenham rose to our challenge and submitted photos and ideas. From them we’ve burned a DVD of the best 96 for our stand in the Village Hall at the Festive Evening on December 9th.
The deck cycles through 80 rolling slides. It lasts 6m 30s. All photographers are credited in the slides and at the end.
A marvellous effort all of you.
If you can’t get to the Festive Evening, please enjoy them here (and share them if you want) with family and friends.
15 September 2016 7:30pm at St Giles Church Hall
The Ickenham Festival Team is holding its bi-annual public meeting at St Giles Hall. It’s yYour chance to meet the Festival team and ask questions or make suggestions about the future of the Festival.
It will include a short presentation of the Chairman’s report and certified accounts and the election of officers of the Festival Committee.
Light refreshments will be provided and the meeting will finish about 9.30pm.
The team looks forward to seeing you there.