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  • Bourne Conservation Group

    Bourne Conservation Group are an entirely volunteer organisation assisting in the maintenance and improvement of public open areas and rights-of-way in The Bourne for the benefit of the natural environment, residents and wildlife. Working in cooperation with the local authorities, Surrey Wildlife Trust and other bodies. Founded in 2002, the Group’s work has considerably widened since...

  • Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB)

    The Citizens Advice Bureau offers free and impartial advice on a wide range of issues: work; debt and money; consumer; relationships; housing; law and rights; discrimination; tax; healthcare; education and much more. This advice can be in person, on the telephone or online. Farnham advice sessions Sometimes a short introductory interview helps decide how you can be...

  • Deafblind UK

    Deafblind UK is a national charity supporting people with sight and hearing loss to live the lives they want. Empowerment is at heart of the organisation; through a range of free services they are able help people to build their confidence and independence; continuing their lives beyond sight and hearing loss. Losing your sight and...

  • Encore Choirs

    Encore Choirs is a brand new , friendly and exciting company that offers a choir at Farnham Methodist Church, every Tuesday, 7.30-9.00pm term time! Our community atmosphere, passion for singing and enthusiastic choir director brings us an experience worth singing about! Join us for a FREE trial this September and sing the songs of Motown,...

  • Farnham & District Museum Society

    Farnham & District Museum Society was formed in 1963 to support the Museum of Farnham which had opened two years earlier at Willmer House, 38 West Street. Its aims are to stimulate interest in the history, archaeology etc of the locality. The Society produces a quarterly Journal, holds a series of evening talks at the...

  • Farnham Speakers’ Club

    Would you like to develop your speaking skills in a fun, friendly and supportive environment? The Farnham Speakers’ Club and meet every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month at the Farnham Maltings. Following the Toastmaster’s 10 step programme you will be mentored and supported as you build on your communication and leadership skills. Perhaps...

  • Farnham Sports Council

    The Farnham Sports Council is an independent, voluntary body which represents the sporting interests of the people of Farnham and the surrounding districts. The FSC acts to promote sport in the community at all levels, to safeguard existing facilities, to identify sporting needs in the area and provides a forum where clubs and individuals can...

  • Farnham Wey Vale Probus Club

    A club for retired professional or business men. We meet socially on the third Tuesday of each month, for lunch followed by a speaker. In June and December we hold a more formal lunch where we are joined by our ladies. Last Updated:2nd April, 2015, 8:10 AM

  • Friends of St Andrew’s Church

    A charitable organisation set up to maintain, repair, restore, preserve, improve, beautify and reconstruct for the benefit of the public, the fabric of the Church of St Andrew’s, its monuments, fixtures, fittings, furniture, stained glass, ornaments and other chattels and its churchyard. Last Updated:16th June, 2015, 9:00 AM

  • Groundwork South

    Groundwork South is the principle provider of curriculum-linked outdoor formal educational activities (e.g. school trips) at Alice Holt Forest, working in partnership with Forestry Commission England. Groundwork South have programmes to suit all ages and budgets, ranging from map skills to Ango-Saxons, and biology fieldwork to team building. This fits within the wider work of...

  • Helping Hands Home Care

    With branches nationwide, Helping Hands offers bespoke home care services in: Guildford, Godalming, Woking, Farnham, Farnborough, Haslemere, Fleet, Aldershot, Cranleigh and the surrounding areas. Specialising in: Live in, dementia, overnight, palliative, respite, elderly, emergency, domiciliary and personal care. Last Updated:16th January, 2019, 12:24 PM

  • Hoppa – Community bus service

    Providing door-to-door transport and several scheduled services for residents of Waverley, all of which are wheelchair accessible. To use a hoppa service (with the exception of scheduled services) you must first register as a member. Registration is free. For bookings and enquiries please call 01428 681701 Services for people who live in the Farnham area...

  • Millstream Community Room, Waverley Borough Council

    Millstream Community Room approximately 25 people and is suitable for meetings, groups, community gatherings and community events. Last Updated:17th April, 2019, 1:47 PM

  • Riverside Court – Waverley Borough Council

    Riverside Court communal lounge holds approximately 40 people and is suitable for meetings, groups, community gatherings and community events. Facilities include internet access, disabled access, toilets (including disabled) and kitchen facilities (including cutlery, crockery, chairs and tables). Last Updated:17th April, 2019, 1:48 PM

  • Solitaire Social Club

    Solitaire Social Club offers a friendly welcome and programme of leisure activities for single and unattached adults. For whatever reason you find yourself on your own, you will know how difficult it can be to establish a social life and make new friends. Solitaire’s aim is to provide you with the opportunity to do just...

  • Surrey Save, credit union

    Credit unions Credit unions are community banks,  not for profit financial co-operatives, providing affordable loans and ethical investment opportunities. They especially target the financially excluded who cannot access standard high street banking. They help members by offering affordable loans, fair lending decisions and a cheaper alternative to high cost and payday lenders. They also support...

  • The Botanist

    It started with a seed. An idea shared amongst friends. They imagined a secret garden of food and drink, where all can enjoy the dizzying refreshments of nature. Discover The Botanist, where one can discover curious delights; the finest local gins, world famous beer and ale, Champagne and wine alongside weird and wonderful botanical-infused cocktails....

  • The Chantrys & Byworth Community Association

    Small hall set on The Chantrys estate. Has kitchen facilities and can hold up to 40 people standing, 30 seated. Is suitable for small meetings, groups and childrens birthday parties, you can fit a small bouncy castle in there! There is a small car park outside. Last Updated:4th August, 2016, 1:32 PM

  • The Farnham Hub

    The Farnham Hub is an engaging and collaborative ‘real-world’ community for business owners in the Farnham area. We meet every Friday in central Farnham to learn, share, collaborate… and enjoy being amongst fellow entrepreneurs. Find out more on our web site and come along to one of our events. Last Updated:23rd January, 2019, 11:40 AM

  • The Parish of Badshot Lea and Hale

    The Parish of Badshot Lea and Hale have several different congregations, who worship in a variety of styles, so they hope to have something for everyone. They worship in three buildings – St Mark’s in Upper Hale at 11am on Sundays, St George’s in Badshot Lea at 10am on Sundays and St John’s in Hale...

  • Voluntary Action South West Surrey

    Find opportunities, get involved in your local community and volunteer in Farnham. Looking to recruit volunteers or searching for a role that suits you please browse and apply via the Volunteer Action South West Surrey website. Last Updated:7th August, 2018, 4:49 PM

  • Wrecclesham History Project

    Wrecclesham is one of the oldest villages in Farnham and has a long and interesting history. The Wrecclesham History project works to preserve memories of Wrecclesham as a clearly identifiable village. Whilst undertaking studies of elements of Wrecclesham History such as the schools, church, pottery and local businesses. Following a grant from Farnham Town Council,...

  • Wrecclesham Village Society

    A local community organisation Last Updated:23rd February, 2016, 2:39 PM