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The village has an active twinning society which links us with a village in Normandy....

HORSTED /CAHAGNES SOCIETY.

  •  The Twinning Society was initiated to enhance the liaison between Horsted Keynes and Cahagnes in Normandy, villages  that have genuine historical links from Norman times.
     

  •  It is actively geared to fostering cultural and social exchanges between the two villages.
     

  • On alternate years about 50-60 members, of all ages, from Horsted Keynes visit Cahagnes, staying with families  and, on alternate years, we play hosts to villagers from Cahagnes.
     

  • During the exchanges, formal visits are planned to places of interest, such as Houses of Parliament and Versailles, and informal ‘socialising’ in the family homes are organised and greatly enjoyed by all.
     

  • Our village school has close links to the one in Cahagnes, enhanced by regular emailing communication. Material, sponsored by the Societies, is exchanged between the schools.
     

  • Fund raising events are planned in order to keep the cost of the trip to France low, to fund activities during the French trip to Horsted Keynes and to fund St. Giles School French projects. Without the members’ active support of the fund raising events, the Society could not function.

Membership is open to everyone in the village and immediate area, and means that you can participate in the exchange programme and receive discount on the Society’s events.

Cost of membership : £8.00 for individuals and £20 for families per year. 

 

 

For more information see http://www.hk-twinning.co.uk

 
   
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