Hawkenbury Village Blog

Annual Membership Fees 0

Annual Membership Fees

In order to be able to fund and protect the interests of our community, the Committee propose that an increase of the subscription to £10 per house will be necessary in order to continue...

Committee for 2013/2104 0

Committee for 2013/2104

The following Committee Members offer themselves for re-election: Chris White Michael Doyle Jenny Foy Leslie Webb Rita Young Sue Ware Julie Brodie Graeme Gibson Julia Hepner Tony Pratt Auditor: Michael Starkey Re-election as our...

2013 Annual General Meeting 0

2013 Annual General Meeting

Our AGM will be held this year on Saturday, 27th April at the United Reformed Church at 7.45pm Our guest speaker will be our appointed Planning Consultant, Paul Carter. It is very important you try to attend, this is...

Hawkenbury Nursery School 0

Hawkenbury Nursery School

We are open in the United Reformed Church halls, during term time, from 9.00 to 12.30 each week day for children aged 2 -5 years. We are a friendly local Ofsted registered nursery, offering...

The Courier 0

The Courier

If you have local news that you think would be of interest, please contact Mary Harris Phone number: 01892 239051

Salt bin 0

Salt bin

We have been advised that the Council have agreed to place a salt bin at the junction of Napier and Polesden Road.

New Houses 0

New Houses

Our Chairman, Chris White, has advised us that two large houses are to be built on the land opposite the One Stop shop. Graeme Gibson showed your Committee an outline of the application pointing...

AXA/PPP 0

AXA/PPP

Due to a planning application lodged with TWBC by AXA/PPP to extend their property and at the request of our Planning representative Michael Doyle, a forum was convened at the Town Hall by the...

Woodland Trust Trees 0

Woodland Trust Trees

On Sunday 11th November 2012, Hawkenbury residents planted 420 trees from the Woodland Trust to commemorate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. The weather was spectacular – the camaraderie and sense of community spirit was better...