Saturday 28th October 2017 11.00 Sandy Lane / 11.30 St Marys / 12.00 British Legion
Visitors to Frensham Great Pond and Common are being warned not to enter the water at the big pond due to high levels of blue-green algae. Waverley Borough Council was notified about the high levels of blue-green algae by the … Continue reading
Please come and join us! – – 8.15am The village breakfast, or more commonly known as ‘The Great Frensham Toast Off’ is held in St Mary’s church hall on Saturday mornings four or five times a year. It runs from … Continue reading
Frensham Summer Fayre, June 17th 2017 We’d like you all to be part of the very first St. Mary’s exhibition! Come along to the F.P.C marquee and draw, collage, or write into a postcard-sized outline of a mobile phone which … Continue reading
We are delighted to announce a successful application for Tesco Bags of Help and we have been awarded £1,000. The Parish Council are hoping to use this funding to purchase a new bin and bench for the Hollowdene Recreation Ground. … Continue reading
Saturday 20th May at St Mary’s Church Hall, 8.15-9.30 am. A friendly informal gathering of local folk & a chance to chat about parish issues with pots of tea & lots of toast. Any questions? Fiona Scimone, Frensham Parish Councillor: … Continue reading
The Chairman’s Annual Report is now available to read – Parish Council – Agendas and Minutes, click here to go directly to the page. The Annual Assembly is on Wednesday 12th April at 7.30pm at the Marindin Hall.
The full results of last year’s questionnaire survey of all households in the Parish, undertaken by Surrey Community Action, may be read here.
As we mentioned in the last post, the Parish Annual Assembly is one of the few opportunities that residents have to ask questions informally of parish councillors (and, if present, our Waverley and Surrey councillors) and to raise in public … Continue reading
Do you have an interest in wild plants and would like to learn more about them? As the weather warms and the days get longer we are looking for people to help us. The National Plant Monitoring Scheme is helping … Continue reading