Come and enjoy Teas on the Lawn at the tranquil setting of St John the Evangelist Church, North Holmwood. Delicious homemade cakes , biscuits and delicacies. If it rains come inside our new community hall and enjoy our cakes in the dry.
Would you like to find out more about allotments in Farncombe and Godalming? The Farncombe and District Allotment Association manages plots in Farncombe, Busbridge and Aarons Hill. Waiting lists are not always long and sometimes there is immediate availability, particularly in Farncombe and at Aarons Hill. We can offer a range of plot sizes. You must have a GU7 postcode. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Like trying new things? This opportunity arise once a year, don’t miss it!! Join us for a free taster session in most suitable location for you. Bring your friends for a drink at our lovely venues and spend quality time with Bridge teacher Douglas Wright.
Sessions start 1st June and finish 27th July in various locations (Guildford, Farncombe, Farnham, Churt and Dorking). Get in touch with 3 Counties Bridge for more dates in June and July email@example.com or visit www.3countiesbridge.com
If you can’t attend those dates we will run few more sessions in September!!!
A Vintage Summer with Home & Vintage
Saturday 24th June 10.30 ~ 4pm
Join us for a Vintage style summer in the beautiful grounds of Guildford Cathedral with Home & Vintage and friends. With over 60 beautiful stalls selling antiques, vintage finds, french textiles & handmade treasures for you & your home from our very talented artisans. A feast for the eyes with our clever stylists & pop up artisans giving inspiration galore to take away with you to make your homes & gardens a beautiful one this summer. Enjoy a picnic in the grounds of the cathedral enjoying the far reaching views over the lovely city of Guildford or stop off in our lovely english country style tea room for tea & cake & light refreshments – dogs welcome in the grounds & can be parked up outside whilst you shop inside the marquee at our doggy, water & treat pit stop.
We look forward to welcoming you for a day out in the Beautiful Surrey countryside.
Love Julie & The Team x
£2.00 entry under 10’s free ~ dogs welcome in the grounds
Residents of Ockley, a village situated south of Dorking, Surrey, are campaigning to save the recently closed infant school, previously known as the Scott-Broadwood Church of England Infant school. The community has had a school since 1841 and many members of the village either attended the school themselves, or their children did.
The closure of the school in March 2017 came as a surprise to the parents of the pupils, who had not been made fully aware of the extent to which the school was suffering financially. Parents had no choice but to find schools in the surrounding areas to place their children, removing them from their peers into unfamiliar surroundings.
Now the community of Ockley has come together with the plan to create a Free School, a school which is funded by the government but is not run by the local council. The school is run by a team of teachers, parents or/and a business or organisation, and is a form of academy.
To raise money for the application process, the community is organising The Great Big Ockley Get Together on Saturday 15 July from 12pm-4pm. This fete on Ockley village green will include a fun Dog Show, a Maypole dance, a variety of stalls, a BBQ, games, a bouncy castle and much more.