Amport vs Monxton Football Match – 3 February 2019

Diary Date: Sunday 3rd Feb (2.30pm kick-off) Monxton vs Amport Annual Football Match

For the 4th year running Monxton & Amport Villages will go head to head on Amport Green in what will undoubtedly be another hard-fought football match. Monxton currently leads by 2 games to 1 and are keen to keep the lead, but Amport will no doubt come back fighting!

Both teams are very much open to everyone, with male, female & children players (8yrs+). So if you would like to play, please contact the respective team captains (details below). Failing that, please come and support the match from the sidelines. There will be a drink at The Hawk after the game to award the winning village the (enormous) cup!

Monxton Captain
Rich Pearce – 07776 064299 /

Amport Captain
Adam Cavalier – 07802 414437 /


PTA Quiz 1 February 2019

PTA Quiz Night – Friday 1st February

The annual PTA Quiz night is taking place on Friday 1st February in the Monxton Village Hall, from 7.30pm to 11pm.

Tickets are £12.50 and include a delicious meal, a mind-puzzling and fun quiz and a great raffle. Plus there’s a pay bar all night.

You can either organise a table of 8 people, or we can help put one together for you.

A brilliant evening and school fundraiser, please book your tickets now by emailing 

Messy Church

A free family-friendly event that marks the beginning of Advent

Our Christmas Messy Church takes place

in Monxton & Amport Village Hall

between 4pm and 6pm

on Sunday December 2nd

Bring your children and have lots of fun with them

 making Christmas crafts

with plenty Christmas sparkle guaranteed!

Food and refreshments included


For further information please contact Charmian on 710221, Jane on 710641 or Valerie on 772030

Monxton Parish Council Meeting & Village Hall Consultation: Tuesday 16 October






At 7.30pm there will be a presentation of the survey results for the Monxton & Amport Village Hall consultation, and a discussion with Q&As from anyone present with regards to the future of our community spaces.

The Parish Council meeting will commence afterwards, hopefully at about 8pm.

  1. Welcome and Apologies
  2. Parish Council Vacancy – Co-option
  3. Declaration of Interests
  4. Members of the Public (Pre-booked slots if requested)
  5. Minutes of the previous meeting – sign that they are correct
  6. Planning
  7. Reports:
  • Environment & Footpaths
  • Traffic
  • Neighbourhood Watch
  • Sunnybank
  • Financial Report
  • Village Hall Up-date and CIL Funding.
  1. HCC and TVBC reports (if provided)
  2. Correspondence
  3. Close of the meeting

Date of next meeting – To be confirmed

Equinox Rocks Amport

On 29th September Amport Green was the stunning backdrop for an evening of dinner, music and dancing to raise money for the Monxton and Amport Village Hall fund.

Equinox Rocks was organised and run by a committee of 10 from Amport, Monxton, Fox Amport and Weyhill. A large, dressed and beautifully lit marquee hosted 25 tables of ten people from around the villages plus friends and family. Guests were invited to decorate their tables in the afternoon, returning at 7pm for drinks, dinner, an auction, music and dancing.

In advance of the event, guests were asked to come up with a decoration theme for their tables, to organise a picnic supper (hot or cold, simple or lavish – and we had it all!) and to find an outfit that would make them want to hit the dance floor. They did not disappoint! Table themes ranged from “All at Sea” which featured a hand-made model yacht as a centrepiece (Covill table) to “In the Pink” which took pinkness to a whole new level (Upjohn table) to “Happiest in Water” which had illuminated balloons reaching towards the ceiling, adorned with swimmers and dolphins (Staines table). Outfits included the classic, black tie and long dresses, and the outrageous – pink wigs,
sequinned jackets and boots that weren’t made for dancing!

Music for the evening opened with the dramatic Allegretto, played by professional violinist Sarah Mallock. Fellow musicians singer Renn Washington and DJ Kwame Knight then joined her, electrifying and filling dance floor for the remainder of the evening.

Funds were raised through a combination of the auction, £10 envelopes with prizes, Heads and Tails and the Equinox bar. An incredible £16, 270 was raised all of which will go towards the improvement of the Monxton and Amport village hall provision.

The Equinox Rocks and village hall committees would like to thank all of the people, guests and helpers, who contributed to the evening’s success, perfectly summed up by visiting singer, Renn: “I can’t believe the community spirit of this place….”