Christopher Patey, Chairman of Chilworth Parish Council, has published his Annual Report for 2021-2022. You will find a link to the PDF version on the Parish Council’s Notices page.
Further details will be announced soon, but the Parish Council is keen to get the basics of Chilworth’s official Jubilee event into diaries as soon as possible.
Chilworth’s event will be in the form of a Fete on Saturday 4th June from 2pm to 5pm. There will be dodgems, kiddies rides and a variety of stalls. There will be a jazz band playing throughout the event with Bollywood dancers taking over when the band needs a break. At around 3pm there will be the official opening of the Alison Finlay Memorial Gardens. Continue reading
Alison’s daughters, Heather and Fiona, have circulated details of the funeral arrangements. Because of COVID-19, numbers attending are extremely limited so if you have not received an invitation from the family then please do not attend the crematorium.
However, we are all welcome to line the route of the cortege as it passes through the village, and to view the live webcast so please feel free to pass this information on appropriately.
On Monday, 19th October, at approximately 1.30pm the cortege will leave Southerly, in Chilworth Ring, and make its way towards Southampton Crematorium via Hadrian Way, Heatherlands Rd, Chilworth Rd, Chilworth Roundabout and Bassett Green Rd. Continue reading
That’s the theme of the tennis club’s membership drive. Because of COVID-19, Chilworth Tennis Club was unable to hold its annual Open Day this year. That doesn’t mean to say that they’re not looking for new members though. Please read on for more details, including much reduced membership fees and a downloadable application form. Continue reading
The 2019 Chilworth Village Victorian Country Fête will take place on Saturday, 8th June from 2pm-4pm at Fowlers Walk between St Denys church and Chilworth Community Centre (not Chilworth Hall). Click on the poster for details of all that’s on offer: suffice to say there’s something for everyone, young or old. All proceeds will go to St Denys Church and the Southampton Sunday Lunch Project. Donations of raffle prizes or for the stalls will be gratefully received by Barbara Philip (07764 313 739) or Wendy Doherty (07584 245 073).
Chilworth Tennis Club is having an Open Day on Saturday, April 6th 2019, from 10.00am until 12.30pm. Download the flyer here. Come and meet existing members and other newcomers, have a cup of tea and a slice of cake! There will be a coach in attendance giving free tips to kids and adults alike. Old members and new will be able to join on the day. If you can’t make it, just send an email to the club and someone will be in touch to answer your questions and help you join. Payments for membership can be made by BACS if joining online, otherwise by cheque / standing order. Continue reading
You may already know that the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association has a centre in Chilworth. Staff there are once again looking for local volunteer boarders willing to care for and provide temporary homes for trainee guide dogs.
Things are different this time from previous appeals. For a roughly six-month period, a dog would be collected from your home on weekday mornings, and delivered back to your home the same evening. The dog would stay with the volunteer evenings and weekends. All training, support, food & equipment is provided. Continue reading
This website started back in 2012, when Cllr Finlay suggested that the village would benefit from an online ‘parish pump’. One thing that’s always been missing is a digital equivalent of the three or four glass-fronted notice boards around the village. Until today! Now there’s a new permanent page that will fill that need. Continue reading
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