The footpaths in Chilworth, around and through the Common, are a valued local amenity. A longstanding local resident, Roy Martin, is trying to get the paths some official recognition and protection, but he needs our support if he’s to succeed. Continue reading
Gill & Emily are looking at the possibility of restarting Moviola at Chilworth Hall in September. An e-mail has been sent to all supporters but if you haven’t seen it then please e-mail your answers to the following questions:
- Would you consider attending given adequate spacing and ventilation?
- Would you like a say in which films were shown?
A number of people already make online purchases through AmazonSmile to the benefit of Chilworth Hall. They, and others who may like the idea of getting Amazon to donate more to charity, may be interested to hear that AmazonSmile is now available through the Amazon Shopping app. Continue reading
It’s pleasing to hear that TVBC managed to identify and successfully prosecute one of the people responsible for the recent spate of fly-tipping in Roman Road. See this article for details. We should all follow the advice in the final paragraph, viz. to check the licence credentials of any waste-carriers with whom we contract. If we turn a blind eye, we ourselves become part of the fly-tipping problem even though we probably will not be prosecuted.
Whenever we receive updates from our MP, the Rt Hon Caroline Nokes, they will be made available on her page on this site.
It’s that time of year again (or should that read “it’s one of those times of year again”?) Times when for night after night, the peace is shattered by loud bangs at any and all hours, and many pets are reduced to trembling bags of nerves. A lady by the name of Julie Doorne set up a Change.org petition to get the laws on the sale and use of fireworks updated. To date, her petition has collected over 660,000 signatures, well on the way to the next target of one million. Continue reading
In recent days, Romsey & Southampton North MP Caroline Nokes has made strong representations in the Commons on the future of Flybe and also on the proposed incinerator in the north of Test Valley. There are links to her contributions on this page.
Well, that’s got your attention, and it’s no trick. Amazon is genuinely donating some of its mammoth profits directly to charity, and it’s letting people like us decide where the money goes. As of this month, over £1.6M has been disbursed already.
Every page at amazon.co.uk has an almost identical counterpart at smile.amazon.co.uk. So, quite simply, whenever you want to buy something from Amazon you should buy from Smile.Amazon instead because whenever you do, a percentage of your payment will go straight to the charity of your choice. That’s it… there’s nothing more to it. No trick – just money for your chosen charity without even having to ask.
You can help Chilworth Hall by always starting your shopping with this link: https://smile.amazon.co.uk/ch/301782-0
Of course, you may feel that there are more deserving charities than Chilworth Hall. Fair enough. Just go to Smile.Amazon and make your nomination but, one way or another, but why miss the opportunity to do someone some good with your shopping?
This week Chilworth Hall’s bank account benefited from an Amazon Smile disbursement. It wasn’t much, but every little helps. Amazon Smile enables people to raise money for charity every time they shop online. Simply use smile.amazon.co.uk rather than just amazon.co.uk. To support our Hall in this way, please just click on this link. Continue reading