Blog Layout

Brunching out

Given people’s increasingly hectic lives, brunch is becoming a very popular meal, especially at weekends. After that stolen lie-in, a heavy duty shopping expedition or a morning ferrying children left, right and centre, what could be better than a mouth-watering mid-morning treat? The word ‘brunch’ first appeared in print in …

Read More »

Katie Derham a judge for Sussex Young Musician of the Year 2020 – and there’s still time to enter bursary competition!

Following the launch of 2020’s Coro Nuovo Sussex Young Musician of the Year competition last week, the organisers are delighted to announce that broadcaster Katie Derham has kindly agreed to be on this year’s judging panel. Sponsored by Traditional Oak and Timber Company Tradoak, the competition offers young musicians the …

Read More »

Wey & Arun Canal Trust volunteers rise to the challenge to complete bridge build

The last brick was laid this week at the Wey & Arun Canal Trust’s latest restoration project, a bridge at Harsfold in West Sussex. Volunteers worked flat out to complete the bridge building project after floods, winter storms and then coronavirus lockdown put construction behind schedule. Small teams of six …

Read More »

Kiddiwalks: Gunpowder at Chilworth (3 miles)

A lovely walk that starts in peaceful woodland where only the bird song and the sound of running water breaks the silence. Amongst the trees will be found the stark remains of Chilworth’s old gunpowder mills, at one time the most important in England. Just imagine the scene as horses …

Read More »

Cooked Meals for Vulnerable Families

Stoke Community Support, Guildford and surrounding areas.  The Project Team of Stoke Community Support (SCS)  is providing cooked meals to vulnerable families/individuals across Guildford in response to Covid-19.   Led by St John’s Church Stoke and St Peter’s Church Stoke Hill, SCS is working in collaboration with St Saviour’s Church, …

Read More »

Mole Valley Heritage Open Days Return

Heritage Open Days brings together more than 2,000 organisations, 5,500 events and 46,000 volunteers annually. It’s a chance to see hidden places and try out new experiences, all for free. For the first time, because of current social distancing measures, the programme will focus on virtual tours and digital experiences, …

Read More »

Dealing with Debt – Citizens Advice Waverley can help…

During the coronavirus pandemic many people have been made redundant, others have been furloughed to protect their jobs and many have had to claim benefits. The government, regulators and firms have acted to protect people from the financial impact of coronavirus by pausing large parts of the economy. Across the …

Read More »

Take three local chefs…

These recipes have been supplied by our good friend Tracy Carroll from www.localfoodbritain.co.uk which showcases the very best local food, drinks, and places to eat locally. Wilted Watercress & Local Squid Sauté The Elsted Inn, Lisa and Malcolm King’s jewel of a country pub, is a favourite with walkers and …

Read More »

Oakleaf Update

At Oakleaf, we are adjusting to the times and moving forward best we can. We are now offering 22 different activities, training and support virtually to hundreds of clients, as well as our 1:1 counselling service and evening Safe Haven. Our current online activities: Tai Chi, Choir, Sleep, Creativity, IT …

Read More »

Weekend Walk: Runnymede and its memorials

This walk this month takes you through Virginia Water and on to the River Thames and the three memorials at Runnymede – to the Magna Carta, President Kennedy and the Air Forces, all of which are free to visit. If you want to make a day of it, you could …

Read More »

Subscribe to Your View
Our weekly email direct to your inbox

Stay updated with all the latest local charity and community news, upcoming events and much more.
Subscribe
SUBSCRIBE NOW
close-link
Close
X