Archives March 2021

  1. A butterfly artwork

    Bloomin’ Kids Butterfly Art Competition

    Farnham in Bloom, supported by The Patio Blackspot Removal Company Ltd involves the whole community and this Easter the focus is on activities for families.  Farnham Town Council has a limited number of free seed packs to give away to local f...

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  2. Close up of yellow flowers in street. Red car in background

    Bloomin’ Farnham invited to compete at national level

    Farnham Town Council has been nominated to take part in this year’s RHS Community Awards and is the only town in Surrey to have been invited to participate.  The new virtual awards replace the 2021 RHS Britain in Bloom UK Finals competition...

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  3. Farnham Walking Festival logo

    Farnham Walking Festival marches on in May

    Farnham’s walking festival is back on track for 2021 with a new approach introduced for life under the pandemic. Farnham Walking Festival 2021 will take place in May and promote a series of self-led walks from much-loved routes contributed by local...

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  4. Newly planted trees line a footpath through a green space

    Tree planting programme begins in Farnham

    Stunning new feature trees are appearing in a number of green spaces owned or managed by Farnham Town Council.  So far this year, a small avenue of flowering cherry trees has been planted at the Evelyn Borelli Garden of Rest in Falkner Road. ...

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  5. Female holding flowers and presenting a gift bag to the Mayor.

    Ahmadiyya Muslim Women’s Association presents gift of masks

    The Ahmadiyya Muslim Women’s Association presented the Mayor of Farnham, Councillor Pat Evans with a contribution of 200 handmade face masks on Tuesday (9 March) to help keep down the transmission of the virus in Farnham. Ismat Sana, the preside...

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  6. Mayor and solider standing in front of a red brick building.

    Mayor of Farnham raises flag for the Commonwealth

    On behalf of Farnham, the Town Mayor, Councillor Pat Evans, marked Commonwealth Day on Monday 8 March by raising the Commonwealth Flag outside the town council offices. Joined by Colour Sergeant (CSgt) Dean Smith from the Princess of Wales’s Roy...

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