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! – Saturday 1st July 2017 – 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 … 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
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.
Frensham Parish Council submitted an application to fund more bins, benches and picnic tables on the Recreation Ground. Our project will be voted on by the public who shop at Tesco during the month of December in the stores listed … Continue reading
All parish councils are required by The Local Government Act 1972 to hold an Annual Parish Council Meeting during May each year at which, among other things, a Chairman must be elected by councillors for the coming year. FPC also … Continue reading
You may have noticed a new box located on the side of the village shop / parish office building, it’s a defibrillator – use it to save a life when the heart has stopped beating. Don’t be frightened to use … Continue reading
Frensham’s first Village Design Statement (VDS) was published in 2009 and adopted by Waverley Borough Council (WBC) as ‘Supplementary Planning Guidance’. It is therefore an important document which provides planning officers with a clear statement of the character of the … Continue reading
Surrey County Council are consulting with residents and businesses on possible changes to community recycling centres (CRCs). The aim is to reduce the costs of running the CRCs and ensure the council’s budget is spent on the services which residents … Continue reading