This year’s fete will be held at St Denys Church Community Centre on Saturday, 2nd June from 2pm. The theme is a celebration of 70 years of the NHS. For more details click here (apologies for the poor copy quality) or enquire by e-mail.
You may already know that the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association has a centre in Chilworth. Staff there are currently on the lookout for those who would be prepared to be ‘committed volunteers’ willing to care and temporary homes for trainee guide dogs.
For a ten-week period, a volunteer would need to be able to drop the dog at the centre on weekday mornings, and pick it up again at the end of the working day. The dog would stay with the volunteer over the weekends. Continue reading
The next Chilworth Moviola showings have been scheduled. They are:
|Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri||Thu, 12th July|
For more information, including trailers and how to obtain tickets, please go to the Moviola Programme page.
The Annual Parish Assembly will take place at Chilworth Hall on Thursday, 3rd May at 8.00pm, immediately following the monthly Parish Council meeting which starts earlier in the evening. All Chilworth residents are cordially invited. Hear the reports of your local councillors at county, borough and parish level, and participate in the Open Forum which is intended as an opportunity for you to have your say on local issues. The full agenda is here.
The local Inner Wheel group is putting on a charity lunch at Chilworth Hall on Thursday, 26th April to raise money for SPANA, the charity that cares for working animals in the poorest countries in the world. Tickets are just £10 per person, and full details can be found on this flyer. Continue reading
Chilworth Tennis Club is having an Open Day on Saturday, April 14th 2018, from 10.00am until 1.00pm. Download the flyer here. Come and meet existing members and other newcomers, have a cup of tea and a slice of cake! This event is open to all, and it will be possible to join on the day.
Residents who drive Nissan Leafs (Leaves?) or similar may be interested to know that Southampton City Council now provides thirty free (for an introductory period) charging points spread across five of its multi-storey car parks in the city. Read all about it here.