Archives June 2020

  1. Armed Forces Day flag raising ceremony. Five people standing outside the town hall. Armed forces day flag and the Union flag are flying. Colourful flowers in a hop cart in the foreground.

    Saluting the armed forces

    The Mayor of Farnham, Councillor Pat Evans paid tribute to servicemen and women at an armed forces flag-raising ceremony at the Council Office in South Street on Monday (22 June). The ceremony started with a minute’s silence in memory of those...

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  2. Mass of orange flowers.

    Farnham blooms during lockdown

    As restrictions are lifted and Farnham emerges from lockdown, residents are being greeted by splashes of colour from cheery floral displays around the town centre and surrounding villages. Over the past few months, Farnham Town Council’s outsid...

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  3. Bundles of rhubarb at the farmers' market

    Fresh and fruity at market

    Fresh local produce will be in abundance at the Farnham Farmers’ Market on Sunday 28 June. This month there will be even more stallholders with produce ranging from freshly harvested fruit and veg to locally reared meat, newly laid eggs and del...

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  4. Close up of female working with clay

    Farnham: a World Craft City

    Farnham is the first town in England and only the third region in Europe to be given ‘World Craft City’ status. Other European holders of the designation include the Outer Hebrides for Harris tweed and the Danish island of Bornholm, famous for it...

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  5. Female Mayor dressed in Mayoral robes and man in suit stand in front of red brick Town Council office.

    Mayor to serve for another year

    Councillor Pat Evans is to continue in her role as the Mayor of Farnham for another year along with the Deputy Mayor, Councillor Alan Earwaker. The Mayoral changeover was scheduled to happen in May, but the normal ceremonial Mayor-making Council ...

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  6. Three men holding banner advertising fundraising appeal

    Farnham's pandemic response

    Lockdown restrictions may be easing for some, but Farnham Town Council and the Farnham Maltings believe their role in leading the coordination of offers of help and requests for support during the coronavirus pandemic is far from over. The COVID-...

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