Archives 2015

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    A blooming winter celebration

    A hardy group of carol singers braved the wind and rain on Sunday to attend an end of year celebration of Farnham in Bloom. Around 140 people gathered around the Christmas tree at Gostrey Meadow to sing along to carols played by Farnham Brass Band...

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  2. The Mayor presents a cheque to young dancers.

    Grants available for art projects

    How to apply for funding for an art-based educational activity.

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  3. Garlands of Christmas decorations made from dried oranges

    Festive cheer in Farnham

    Festive cheer was in abundance at Farnham’s Christmas market on Sunday. Thousands of people attended the market, which was organised by Farnham Town Council. Over one hundred stalls lined Castle Street and there were additional stalls and attrac...

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    Winter celebration 2015

    Gather for carols around the Christmas tree this Sunday.

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    Visit the Christmas market

    There will be shopping and live music in Farnham this Sunday (13 December) when the popular Christmas market returns to the town centre and the Mercure Bush Hotel. Between 10am and 4pm, over 100 stalls will line Castle Street selling gifts, Christ...

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  6. The Farnham Brass Band playing in the bandstand in Gostrey Meadow.

    Open air carol concert

    A successful year for Farnham in Bloom will conclude on Sunday 20 December with a community winter celebration. Carols around the Christmas tree will take place at Gostrey Meadow from 2.30pm to 3.30pm. Farnham Brass Band will play favourite Christ...

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  7. Piper, chef holding venison on a platter and the Town Crier.

    Farnham's 400-year-old tradition

    The Mayor of Farnham, Cllr Mrs Pat Frost has hosted the town’s 213th Venison Dinner. The origins of the historic event can be traced back to 1605. The first dinner was held as an attempt by Farnham’s Bailiffs and Burgesses to stop the townsfol...

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    Christmas begins in Farnham

    Farnham’s countdown to Christmas has officially started following the switch-on of the Christmas lights on Saturday. The switch-on was organised by Farnham Town Council and saw thousands of people visiting Gostrey Meadow for an afternoon of live...

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    School council visits Farnham

    Fourteen pupils from Potters Gate School have taken part in a simulated council meeting at Farnham Town Council. The pupils are members of their School Council and ranged in age from six to 11. The Council meeting was chaired by the Mayor of Farnh...

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    Last chance to apply for tickets

    Find out how to apply for tickets for this year's Civic Christmas Carol Concert on Tuesday 15 December.

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    Christmas market returns

    Enjoy shopping and entertainment at Farnham's Christmas market this Sunday.

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    Nominate somebody remarkable

    You have until Monday 4 January to nominate somebody remarkable for a Services to Farnham Award.

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    Apply for Carol Service tickets

    The ballot has opened for people wishing to apply for tickets for this year’s Civic Christmas Carol Service. The hour-long service has been organised by Farnham Town Council in association with the Farnham Herald. It will take place on Tuesday 1...

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    2015 Christmas lights switch-on

    Farnham’s Christmas lights will be switched on this Saturday (21 November). From 1pm, Gostrey Meadow will be filled with the sights and sounds of Christmas. School children, local theatre groups, bands and dance companies will entertain the crow...

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    Grant helps disadvantaged young

    The Mayor of Farnham, Councillor Mrs Pat Frost has visited a local charity to find out more about a project that was funded by a Farnham Town Council community grant. Change of Scene works with disadvantaged children who have social, emotional and...

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    Order your Christmas fare

    Place your order for your Christmas turkey and other seasonal fare at this Sunday's Farmers' Market.

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    Students pay their respects

    Students representing the Fearnhamme School Confederation, which is a partnership of 12 local schools have taken part in an Armistice Day service. Shortly before 11am around 50 children, teachers, members of the public and the Mayor of Farnham Cll...

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    Art charity receives funding

    A £3,000 cheque has been presented to a local arts charity that aims to help vulnerable people. Creative Response applied to the South Street Trust for the grant, which will help 70 participants to develop artistic skills such as observational dr...

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    Save the date

    The date has been announced for this year’s Civic Christmas carol concert. The popular concert, which is sponsored by the Farnham Herald will feature the highly acclaimed Farnham Youth Choir. It will take place at St Andrew’s Church on Tuesday...

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    Christmas is coming to Farnham

    Eagle-eyed shoppers will have noticed that the town centre summer bunting is being replaced with festoons of Christmas lights. The lights are being put up over a period of several weeks in preparation for the grand Christmas lights switch-on, whic...

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  21. Receiving a certificate at the Star Councils' awards.

    National recognition for Farnham

    The National Association of Local Councils has announced the nine winners of its Star Council Awards. Farnham Town Council entered the Digital Communication of the Year category and was shortlisted as a finalist along with just two other councils....

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  22. Councillors in high visibility jackets holding litter pickers and sacks of rubbish.

    Pick a packet or two!

    A wide-range of organisations have taken part in Farnham Town Council’s autumn Big Pick Week. During the last week of October, councillors from Farnham Town Council and volunteers from Tootsies Nursery, Heath End Gardeners, Hamptons Internationa...

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    Prize-winning pumpkin

    The winner of the Farnham allotments pumpkin competition was announced by Farnham Town Council just in time for Halloween. Mr Andy Hinchliff, who tends a plot on the Six Bells site, grew the biggest pumpkin across Farnham’s eight allotments. The...

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  24. Girl lays wooden cross on war memorial.

    Remembrance Day parade

    Schools will take place in a Remembrance Day service on 11 November.

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  25. Chef holding venison joint on silver tray and piper holding bag pipes.

    Venison Dinner tickets go on sale

    A traditional dinner that has been held in Farnham for over 400 years will take place on Thursday 12 November at Farnham Castle. The first Venison Dinner took place in 1605. The dinner was held in an attempt by the Bailiffs and Burgesses to stop t...

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    Supporting farmers 

    Visitors to this Sunday’s Farmers’ Market are encouraged to treat themselves to a freshly cooked Hunts Hill Farm pork and ale sausage. Twenty per cent of the takings will be donated by Hunts Hill Farm to the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institut...

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  27. Farnham in Bloom winners

    [caption id="attachment_15744" align="alignnone" width="635"] Farnham in Bloom School awards[/caption]The horticultural talents of Farnham’s green-fingered community have been celebrated at the annual Farnham in Bloom awards ceremony. Having wo...

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    Christmas in Farnham

    Send us details about your Christmas events and we will include them in our Christmas guide to what's on.

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  29. Students from Farnham Sixth Form College litter picking.

    Take part in a Big Pick

    Farnham Town Council is encouraging residents to spruce-up Farnham by organising a litter pick. Big Pick Week will take place between 25 October and 1 November and anybody can take part. Councillor Stephen Hill, Lead Member for Community Enhanc...

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    Nominations open for Awards

    Individuals and organisations are encouraged to put forward people who deserve recognition for the work they do to serve the community. The awards are sponsored by Sir Ray Tindle of the Tindle News Group and are presented to people who provide an out...

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    Finalist in national awards

    The shortlist for the National Association of Local Councils’ (NALC) ‘Star Councils’ awards has been announced and Farnham Town Council is delighted to be one of just three finalists in the digital communications of the year category. The na...

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    Food festival attracts thousands

    People have taken to social media to express how much they enjoyed this year’s Food Festival, which was organised by Farnham Town Council. The free annual Food Festival has been described as the busiest ever with queues snaking up and down Castl...

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    Quietly going about our business

    A new vehicle is about to hit the streets of Farnham and it needs a name. Farnham Town Council is the first council in the country to have ordered a Goupil hybrid electric utility vehicle, which will be used to assist with the delivery of a variety ...

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    A warm autumn welcome

    September marks the start of a new season for the Farmers’ Market and the end of Farnham’s Feast of Food. The emphasis will be on warming food and ingredients as Farnham Town Council welcomes back Jimmy Ginger’s Fine Chillies. Flashy Food is...

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    Food Festival - this Saturday

    Farnham’s free annual Food Festival will take place on Saturday 26 September. Castle Street will be closed to traffic and transformed into a vibrant, bustling market place. Live music will entertain shoppers as they browse among the 80 stalls se...

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    Farnham wins two Gold awards

    Farnham wins two Golds at South and South East in Bloom. Thank you to everybody who has supported Farnham in Bloom 2015.

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  37. Bowleys. Pictured left to right – Graham Parkin, Managing Director; Cllr Mrs Pat Frost, Mayor of Farnham; Sam Kirk, Manageress and Vanessa Cook, Director

    Mayor visits winning shoe shop

    An independent Farnham shoe shop that was crowned Independent Family Footwear Retailer of the Year 2015 has received a visit from the Mayor of Farnham, Cllr Mrs Pat Frost. Bowleys Fine Shoes is a sponsor of Farnham in Bloom and throughout the summ...

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    Music in the Meadow is a success

    The sun shone, the band played and the crowd danced at the last of this year’s Music in the Meadow concerts on Sunday. Guildford Friary Brass Band was the last billing of the year and proved to be popular with the audience. The 28-member traditi...

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    Where to eat this Food Fortnight

    From Friday 11 September, 15 specially selected pubs, cafes and restaurants will offer an exclusive three-course menu for just one day during Farnham’s Food Fortnight. There will be a choice of English, Italian, French and Thai food. Some restau...

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    Farnham’s Feast of Food begins

    On Friday 11 September, Italy is coming to Farnham! To mark the start of Farnham’s Feast of Food, an Italian market will be held in Castle Street from 9am to 4pm. Stallholders will be selling authentic Italian produce including fresh bread, ...

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    History in the making

    Despite the rain, last Sunday’s Music in the Meadow concert, which is sponsored by Savills estate agents and organised by Farnham Town Council, provided a stage for some local musicians who have turned their dreams into reality. Famous in Farnha...

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    Farnham’s Feast of Food is served

    The programme has been announced for one of Farnham’s most popular events and this year it promises to be even bigger and better. The seventh Feast of Food, which is organised by Farnham Town Council was launched on Thursday (13 August) in conju...

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    Breakfast with the Mayor

    The Mayor of Farnham recently joined representatives from local businesses for breakfast. Meet the Mayor is an annual event organised by Farnham Chamber of Commerce. The Mayor of Farnham, Cllr Mrs Pat Frost provided members with an update on issue...

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    Chilli August

    There will be something new and different at this month’s Farmers’ Market. Flashy Food will be selling Sicilian inspired chilli concentrates and relish and Arancine, which is a Sicilian street food that is said to be ‘going down a storm’....

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    Rugby Festival comes to Farnham

    Details about a unique festival and the free shuttle buses that will take you to see world cup games live on a big screen at Farnham Rugby Club.

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    Live music is a popular choice

    Farnham Town Council is halfway through its season of free Sunday afternoon music concerts. Despite the weather, thousands of people have come along and enjoyed live music ranging from jazz and soul to contemporary originals and cover tracks datin...

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    The flavour of the Surrey Hills

    Distilleries producing hand-crafted spirits are proving to be popular with people looking for a unique taste experience. The Farmers’ Market will be held on Sunday 26 July and will welcome the arrival of new stallholder, Silent Pool Distillers. ...

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    Cricket club receives a grant

    One of the oldest cricket clubs in the country has received a £2,000 community grant from Farnham Town Council. The grant has been used to make essential repairs to the pavilion roof, which has included the renewal of battens, new felt, and tiles...

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    Take part in the Feast of Food

    We are looking for local businesses to take part in this year's Food Fortnight. Would you like to be involved?

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    In Bloom judges visit Farnham

    Judges from South and South East in Bloom have visited Farnham to judge the town’s entries into the Large Town and Town Centre categories. The judges of the Large Town category were taken on a tour of the area and met up with volunteers includin...

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    Blow your own trumpet

    Farnham Town Council has presented a community grant to Farnham Brass Band to help them in their quest to get more people playing a brass instrument. The cheque for £1,000 was presented by the Mayor of Farnham, Cllr Mrs Pat Frost and will be used...

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    Celebrating 25 years 

    A flowers and fizz reception has been held to thank everybody who has been involved in Farnham in Bloom over the past 25 years. Gold sponsor in kind, Squire’s Garden Centre hosted the event for founder members, community groups, volunteers, spon...

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  53. Flowers planted to spell out Farnham in Bloom 25 years

    Judging day fast approaches

    Final preparations are being made as Farnham gears itself for the arrival of the judges from South and South East in Bloom. The town centre and surrounding villages have been transformed by the appearance of containers and baskets of colourful flo...

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    Grant for garden at Potters Gate

    A project to build a community garden at Potters Gate School has been supported by Farnham Town Council with a £500 community grant. The school children and local community will maintain the garden, which will include a story-telling area, musica...

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    Support for the Armed Forces

    A ceremony to mark the start of Armed Forces Week took place at Farnham Town Council on Monday. Guests included members of the 3rd battalion of The Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment based in Farnham, the town’s cadet forces as well as young p...

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  56. The Mayor presents a cheque to young dancers.

    Farnham in Dance

    A local dance company is out to show how Farnham in Bloom is about more than flowers. The Dance Movement, which is a not for profit community dance company has received a community grant from Farnham Town Council for £1,961. The grant is for a...

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    Farnham’s blooming art

    Anybody who has taken a walk around Farnham recently will have noticed it is positively blooming. As well as the floral displays in the hanging baskets and containers, a number of shops and businesses are exhibiting a variety of collages that have...

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    Shop and picnic in Farnham

    Pick up some treats from the Farmers' Market this Sunday.

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    Mayor makes promises of office

    Local Mayors and dignitaries joined the Mayor of Farnham, Cllr Mrs Pat Frost as she made her promises of office at the town’s Civic Service on Sunday at St Andrew’s church. The guests included the Mayor of Waverley, the High Sheriff, the Vice-...

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  60. Railway bridge, partly painted.

    Solution found for local eyesore

    A Farnham eyesore has been transformed following intervention by Farnham Town Council. Over recent years, the uncared for look of the rusted Firgrove Hill railway bridge has been the subject of many complaints by local residents. Farnham Town Coun...

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    Neighbourhood Plan update

    Since the end of the public consultation in December, which sought people’s views about Farnham’s draft Neighbourhood Plan, Farnham Town Council has been working hard to take the plan to its next stage. Additional consultation has taken place ...

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    Picnic and music in Farnham

    Farnham’s carnival weekend will end on a relaxing note with this year’s Picnic in the Park. The free annual picnic and music event, which is organised by Farnham Town Council, will take place at Gostrey Meadow on Sunday 28 June from 12 to 5pm. ...

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  63. Trailer, Farnham in Bloom banner, flowers on trailer. Carnival float.

    Young adults grow a carnival float

    Young adults from the Farnham-based organisation Post 19 have been putting the finishes touches on Farnham Town Council’s carnival float. The float will incorporate twenty-five years of Farnham in Bloom with the theme of this year’s carnival, ...

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  64. Mayor and soldier outside council offices.

    Celebrate British Armed Forces

    Farnham people are invited to show their support for the British armed forces on Monday 22 June.

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    Live music, this Sunday

    Music in Meadow will take place as normal at Gostrey Meadow this Sunday and will start at 3pm.

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    Project to restore Hale chapels

    Get involved in the project to restore Hale cemetery chapels.

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    Grant for living costumes project

    The organisers of an artistic performance that has been created to celebrate 25 years of Farnham in Bloom have been presented with a cheque by the Mayor of Farnham, Cllr Mrs Pat Frost. The South Street Trust awarded The Dance Movement’s ‘Farnh...

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    Meet Farnham’s new Mayor

    A local councillor, whose political life began more than 30 years ago, has been elected as the new Mayor of Farnham. Councillor Mrs Pat Frost has lived in Farnham for 40 years and represents residents of Wrecclesham and Rowledge. She was proposed ...

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    Summer comes to Farnham

    Farnham’s summer season of events will start on Sunday 31 May with the first Music in the Meadow concert. For the second year running, the concerts are being sponsored by Savills Farnham. Music in the Meadow will begin with a return performance ...

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    Launch of Farnham in Bloom

    A celebration will be held on Wednesday 27 May to mark the launch of the twenty-fifth year of Farnham in Bloom, which will be sponsored by BBS Ltd supplier of MagiMix products. Sponsors, members of the community group and town councillors will joi...

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  71. Sausages cooking.

    Treats for a bank holiday bbq

    Anybody planning a bank holiday barbeque this weekend can make it a little extra special by treating themselves to tasty food from the Farmers’ Market this Sunday. Farnham Farmers’ Market will be held on Sunday 24 May from 10am to 1.30pm in Ce...

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    Art project receives a grant

    An art competition inspired by Farnham in Bloom has been awarded a grant for £1,800 from the South Street Trust. Blooming Art is the idea of local artist Jo Aylwin and is described by her as a new way to get people involved in Farnham in Bloom. ...

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  73. Farnham allotment. Man digging allotment.

    Allotments available

    A number of plots have become available on the town’s allotments and Farnham Town Council is looking for new tenants who would like to grow their own. The plots are at the Six Bells roundabout and Farnborough Road sites and are ready for immedia...

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  74. Courtyard garden in the summer. Gravel in the middle, surrounded by plants.

    Farnham’s secret gardens

    Farnham Town Council is on a mission to discover the area’s best secret gardens. The Secret Garden competition aims to unveil hidden courtyards, fabulous shop fronts and pub gardens, creative container planting, wildlife havens and imaginative f...

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  75. People cutting a ribbon to open building.

    Opening of converted chapel

    Completion of the project to convert West Street chapel into an artist’s studio has been celebrated with an official opening by the Mayor of Farnham, Councillor Jeremy Ricketts. The Mayor welcomed guests to the refurbished chapel and explained h...

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    Bishop’s Meadow receives grant

    Bishop’s Meadow Trust has received a cheque from Farnham Town Council for £1,000. The Mayor of Farnham, Cllr Jeremy Ricketts presented the cheque to members of the Trust. The Bishop’s Meadow has recently conducted a small mammal survey with ...

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  77. Daffodils in front of graves.

    Safety checks at cemetery

    An inspection is scheduled to begin in May to check the safety of memorials in West Street cemetery as part of an ongoing maintenance programme. Farnham Town Council is responsible for ensuring general safety in its cemeteries and carries out an i...

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  78. Red, green and white, Italia in Piazza banners on side of market stalls.

    Italy comes to Farnham

    Shoppers treated themselves to authentic, tasty treats at Friday’s Italian market. The market was organised by Farnham Town Council following the success of the inaugural market held last year in September. Produce was sourced by the market o...

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    Tasty, local produce

    Fresh and seasonal produce will be available at this Sunday’s (26 April) Farmers’ Market. The Friends of The Ridgeway Community School will host the charity refreshments stall and musician Patrick Webber will provide the entertainment. Shopper...

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    Italian treats in Farnham

    The popular Italian market, which first made an appearance in Farnham last year will return to Castle Street later this month. Fresh, tasty and authentic Italian produce will be on sale between 9am and 4pm on Friday 22 April. Market organisers, It...

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  81. Seven men in high viz vest collecting litter.

    Farnham gets a spring clean

    Shopping trolleys, a fire extinguisher, tyres, cups, cans and bottles are just some of the discarded items recently collected during Farnham Town Council’s Spring Big Pick Week. Schools, businesses, community groups and residents organised litte...

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    Farnham Hoppa service expands

    Farnham residents who have difficulty accessing local transport are set to benefit from a £10,000 grant, which has been awarded by Farnham Town Council to Hoppa Community Transport. Hoppa currently has two buses providing a dial-a-ride service in...

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  83. Two rows of people holding awards. Mayor and Mayoress.

    Second Services to Farnham

    Thirteen remarkable people who have given thousands of volunteering hours to Farnham have been celebrated in the second of this year’s Services to Farnham Awards. In recognition of their outstanding service to the community, each individual has ...

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    Range of issues aired

    Around 75 residents attended Farnham’s Annual Town Meeting on Thursday to hear more about what the Town Council has been doing for Farnham and surrounding villages over the past year. The Mayor of Farnham, Cllr Jeremy Ricketts welcomed guests an...

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    Seasonal Farmers’ Market

    There will be more than a hint of spring in the air at the Farmers’ Market on Sunday (22 March). As well as the regular stallholders, shoppers will be able to meet a grower from West Dean who will be returning to the market with a variety of gar...

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    Rediscover Farnham

    A new residents’ guide has been published and is being distributed by the Royal Mail to all households in the Farnham Town Council area. The 22-page guide, which is subsidised by advertising contains contact details for all councillors who cover...

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    Ask a question at Town Meeting

    Ask your local Councillor a question at the Annual Town Meeting on Thursday 26 March.

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  88. Males in yellow high vis vests with black sacks of rubbish.

    Spruce up Farnham

    Organise a community litter pick and get involved in the first of this year’s Big Pick Weeks.

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    Eleven people receive Awards

    The quantity and quality of nominations received for this year’s Services to Farnham Awards has led to the judging panel recommending Farnham Town Council hold two awards evenings. The first ceremony took place on Monday 23 February and saw 11 p...

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    Charity concert hailed a success

    The Mayor of Farnham’s charity concert in aid of Farnham’s Post 19 Group has been hailed a huge success. Over 300 people attended Songs from Stage and Screen, which featured Vocal Point chamber choir and Voices Together community choir. The pr...

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    Commonwealth Day in Farnham

    Join the Commonwealth Day flag raising ceremony at Farnham Town Council on Monday 9 March.

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    Last chance to buy tickets

    The Mayor of Farnham’s charity concert in aid of the Post 19 group is taking place on Saturday at the Aldridge Theatre, Frensham Heights School at 7pm. Songs from Stage and Screen will feature Vocal Point chamber choir and Voices Together communit...

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    February Farmers’ Market

    Visit the Farmers' Market this Sunday and get your copy of the Farnham calendar for just £1!

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    Post 19 promote concert

    Young adults from Farnham’s Post 19 Group have been helping the Mayor of Farnham, Cllr Jeremy Ricketts to spread the word about his charity concert. Songs from Stage and Screen promises to provide an evening of light-hearted musical entertainmen...

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    Town Council sets its council tax

    Farnham Town Council has agreed a modest increase in its share of the council tax in 2015/16. The 1.27 per cent rise will mean the Council will be able to deliver more of the services that contribute towards making Farnham a vibrant and attractive...

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    Visit the pop-up museum

    Visit Farnham Town Council this month for an opportunity to discover what life was like in Farnham during World War One. A new initiative by the Museum of Farnham will see a pop-up museum appear in different parts of the community throughout the y...

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    Charity concert for Post 19

    ‘Songs from Stage and Screen’ is the theme of a charity concert being held this February and hosted by the Mayor of Farnham, Cllr Jeremy Ricketts. The musical extravaganza will be held on Saturday 21 February at 7.30pm in the performing arts c...

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    A plan for Farnham people

    It was just under two years ago that Farnham Town Council received the green light to proceed with producing a neighbourhood plan for Farnham. In the months that have followed thousands of people have got involved and put forward their views on wh...

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    Special offers on breakfasts

    Visitors to the Farmers’ Market on Sunday 25 January are in for a special treat. In support of Farmhouse Breakfast Week, on presentation of the voucher in this week’s Farnham Herald, shoppers will be able to buy one delicious breakfast and to get...

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    Free listing

    Add details about your Farnham business or local organisation to our Directory of Farnham Services.

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