Welcome to Hyde900
Hyde900 is a community project in Winchester, Hampshire, to celebrate the 900th anniversary of the founding of Hyde Abbey. For more details see the "What is Hyde900?" page.
In April and May Hyde900 will once again put the spotlight on four local residents in Hyde in Conversation, a series of in-depth analyses and discussions of their lives and work. In front of attentive audiences in Hyde Parish Hall, General Sir Anthony Walker, Helen Corcoran, Andy Tucker and kevin Ashman will undergo in-depth questioning from interviewers Bill Lucas, Edward Fennell, Rose Burns and Alison Royall about their life and their careers.
More information and booking details will follow shortly.
Hyde900 invites you to brighten up the bleak midwinter with a jolly evening of entertainment along with other Hyde residents.
Can you sing or play a musical instrument? Come along. Do you have a favourite poem or short passage from a book that you would like to share? Come along.
We would love you to join us for an informal evening of music and entertainment, with an opportunity to get to know the neighbours.
Delicious nibbles and drinks provided by Hyde900 – entertainment courtesy of the endlessly talented people of Hyde.
Doors open at 7.00pm
Hyde900 members free. Others £10 (includes Hyde900 membership for 2015)
To book tickets and let us know if you are prepared to showcase your talent email: email@example.com Phone: 01962 864487
Apart from Regiment, Rank and Age, the intent is to explore the stories behind the names, to bring to our very comfortable and peaceful lives in Hyde today, a concept of the community during this time.
If you are interested in joining a working party; enjoy research – ably assisted by Alys Blakeway and would like to take part in what promises to be a fascinating task, with an excellent group of ‘ Hydeites’ please contact Caroline Scott on 01962853997 or e mail firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Equally if anyone has any information on any of the soldiers who so sadly did not return, all leads are welcome at this initial stage.
Hyde900 presents a weekend of events around the theme of Alfred the Great, jointly organised by Hyde900 and St Bartholomew’s Church.
Ruler of the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Wessex from AD871 to 899, Alfred subdued the invading Vikings and brought about a new era of learning, culture and law that built the foundations of our modern society. Having been buried in the New Minster in central Winchester for over 200 years, his remains were transferred to the newly-built Hyde Abbey in AD1110. October 26th 2014 marks the 1115th anniversary of his death.
Since 2012, Hyde900 has organised an annual weekend of events on subjects relating to King Alfred and Hyde.