Chilworth Tennis Club is having an Open Afternoon on Saturday, April 29th 2017, from 10am until noon. Continue reading
For the benefit of residents concerned about the recent uptick in local petty crime Cllr Finlay has arranged for the police to visit us to give their current views and advice. The session will be in the Coach House at Chilworth Manor on Monday, 20th March at 7.30pm. Several relevant companies have promised to attend so come along and see how to improve your security.
Today, Streetlife announced it had merged with Nextdoor. Several Chilworth residents use Streetlife, but there’s a problem. To try for a ‘critical mass’ Streetlife lumps us in with people from miles away, so many of the topics aired have no relevance. Nextdoor, on the other hand looks to be much better thought out. “Nextdoor Chilworth” is currently being piloted, and only needs a few more members to become permanent. Because it allows geographic fine tuning, it should be a real asset for communication within the village. Take a look, and sign up here. There’s also a new service on this, the Chilworth website, that you may like to try although it may prove shortlived if Nextdoor lives up to its early promise. Continue reading
If you shop online, GoRaise offers a new way of raising money for causes you support, and it won’t cost you a penny. Go to this page and register to support Chilworth Hall. Then search for the retailer from which you wish to buy, and click out to it. Then just shop normally. Behind the scenes, the retailer will donate a percentage of the value of your purchase to the Hall. It doesn’t affect the cost of your purchase in any way. Continue reading
Based on the results from our earlier survey of preferences, Chilworth Moviola is kicking off with its first two dates, one on a weekend and the other a weeknight. On Saturday, 1st October, our inaugural movie is “Our Kind of Traitor”, a John Le Carre novel brought the screen by Susanna White and starring Damian Lewis.
Find further details on the Chilworth Moviola Programme page, including how to buy or reserve tickets at just £5 each. The idea is to make this a comfortable evening out and so, while you may elect not to pay online, payment at the door will only be possible with a reserved ticket.
Don’t forget that this year’s Charity Family Picnic is this coming Sunday afternoon. See the poster below for full details. Continue reading
Our local neighbourhood police team is keen to hear what’s particularly important to local people. Their online survey is now closed but, until 7th July, late entries are still welcome. If there are any issues, concerns or ideas you would like to raise or bring to their attention then print this form and jot them down. Continue reading
This year’s fete will be held at St Denys Church Community Centre on Saturday, 4th June from 2pm. For details of all that’s planned, click here (apologies for the poor copy quality).
To launch the next phase of the Hall’s Refurbishment Project, the management committee invites you to an Open Event on Sunday, 5th June from 5pm to 7pm. Over a glass of wine and a nibble of cheese you may view the costed plans for Phase II and ask any questions you may have. More information about the funding appeal is available in the Hall’s section of this website, starting here.