Archives September 2023

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    Outstanding year for Farnham in Bloom at awards

    Farnham in Bloom has achieved its best ever performance at this year’s South and South East in Bloomawards in what was a very challenging year.

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    Choose from over 100 activities during Farnham’s October Craft Month

    Renowned ceramicist Dame Magdalene Odundo DBE will launch a month-long celebration of craft on 1 October. 

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    Farnham’s Food and Drink Festival is hot stuff! 

    Farnham’s Food and Drink Festival on Sunday was a sizzling success with people turning out en masse for a celebration of gastronomy.

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    Farnham’s Great Big Feastival Returns  

    Farnham’s culinary event of the year is back, and it promises to be tastier than ever! 

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  5. Female holding a baby is presented with an envelope by Mayor and a female wearing a green blouse.

    Treat Yourself in Farnham winner announced 

    A mum of three from Aldershot is the lucky winner of Farnham Town Council’s Treat Yourself in Farnham competition. 

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    A First for Farnham Town Council

    The Council Chamber at the Town Hall was packed with visitors during Farnham’s Heritage Open Days with a significant exhibition of the work of Pauline Baynes. 

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  7. Man dressed in a white sparkly outfit playing a white grand piano.

    Gin Festival fizzed with excitement! 

    Limongino seemed to be the drink that everybody was talking about at the 2023 Gin and Fizz Festival on Saturday (2 September).

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    Award for nature 

    Farnham Biodiversity Partnership has been declared a ‘high flyer’ and has received an award from the Surrey Wildlife Trust in recognition of its work. 

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