will be held at the
Shortfield Common Road
Wednesday 16th May 2018
Agenda available here
Members of the public are invited to attend the meeting and may address the Council at the start of the meeting, at the discretion of the Chairman, on any matter before the Council.
To read the Chairman’s report click here
The Annual Parish Meeting will be held at the MARINDIN HALL and All members of the community are invited and encouraged to attend.
The Chairman will give the Annual Report of the Parish Council for the last year with a forward look to 2018/19 and there will be short reports from village organisations, societies and clubs.
These will be followed by general questions from the floor and an opportunity for public discussion.
Afterwards refreshments will be available
KEY EXCHANGE DAY
9.45 a.m – 2.00 p.m
It is time to renew your annual subscription for Tilford and Rushmoor Tennis Club…..
We are holding a fun event to coincide with the exchange of keys, this is free and will be organised by our coaches from Prime Tennis, Alex and David.
Please come along to the courts from 9.45 a.m.
There will be mini nets and tennis games scheduled twice an hour commencing at 10.00 a.m until 12 mid day. Operated on a first come first served basis.
Your subscription keeps this community facility open and and we believe represents great value for money.
An adult annual subscription is £30, which is just 58 p per week! Junior subscription, 5 years to 18 years is £10 per year and a family of two adults and two children (all living at the same address) is £60 per annum or £1.12 per week.
With your key to access the courts you can also access the mini pavilion with toilet facility and covered veranda, the courts are available at any time during daylight hours.
Subscriptions can be renewed through the membership pages of our website, trtennis.org.uk Cheque or cash on the day. (Please send cheques made out to Tilford and Rushmoor Tennis Club to the Treasurer, 38 Shepherds Way, Tilford. GU10 2AB)
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Frensham Parish Council has successfully applied for Tesco Bags for Help towards a new piece of gym equipment. To support our cause please visit any one of the stores below before 30th April 2018.
- Aldershot GU11 1SQ Superstores
- ASHVALE LYSONS AV EXP GU12 5QL Express
- Farnborough Cov Rd Ex GU14 0EU Express
- FLEET ANCELLS FRM EXP GU51 2XF Express
- FLEET EXPRESS GU52 6AB Express
- HALE FARNHAM EXP GU9 0LA Express
- RIDGEWAY RD FARNM EXP GU9 8NN Express
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 Environment Agency, late this afternoon (Friday 30 June). Signage instructing visitors to avoid contact with the algae and warning people not to enter the water will be up on site until further notice.
Blue-green algae are a natural component of a freshwater ecosystem, but their presence is potentially harmful to humans, animals, birds and fish. Periods of warm weather followed by heavy rain and then further warm, still conditions cause blue-green algae to appear suddenly. There is no way of removing the algae from the water once it is established. Although not all species of blue-green algae are harmful, Waverley Borough Council recommends that people avoid the algal bloom as it can cause ill health such as dermatitis, eye irritation, rashes, blistering, abdominal pain, diarrhoea and nausea through skin, eye contact or if swallowed. Should anyone believe that they have been affected by blue-green algae, they should seek medical advice or in the case of their pets, veterinary advice. Waverley is monitoring the situation closely and will keep the public informed through its website and social media channels.
Please come and join us! – – 8.15am
We have another coming up soon – Please come and join us!.
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 we will have ready for you to work on. Your work will then be exhibited in our classic 1935 ‘K6’ Sir Gilbert Scott phone box.
The theme : Your favourite things about Frensham!
It’s up to you how you interpret this as long as it fits on our postcard format. You may have memories of queuing outside the box [yes, young people we shared these three phones between us all!, ] your stories of local people, drawings inspired by/ of the local landscape, poetry, etc.
You could use contemporary photos from your mobile as a source to work from or bring along a copy of that old photo of mods and rockers gathering on the green….
Bring along any materials you may like to use- we’ll have some basic drawing pencils/pens/glue/scraps for collage.
Artists Angela Shaw, Morwenna Lake and Fiona Scimone will be on hand to guide and advise.
About our new Frensham gallery….
We will soon be hosting several shows a year in our little red cube.
It will be a community led art space and we are delighted to have several artists already putting forward proposals for future projects. Angela, Morwenna, Fiona and Graham make up the curatorial team.
Please get in touch with Fiona Scimone at Frensham Parish Council if you would like to get involved.
Graham Mollart, June 2017
Morwenna Lake: email@example.com
Fiona Scimone : firstname.lastname@example.org