Surrey in the Great war – do you have a story to tell?

Surrey in the Great War: Oral History Interviews
Surrey in the Great War: A County Remembers is looking to interview
anyone who has a First World War family story to tell.
We aim to record people’s memories and stories about theirs & their
family’s experiences during the Great War and its aftermath. Without
this effort, such memories, which may offer unique and important
historical insights, or record human achievements, might be forgotten
or overlooked.
Did you grow up in Surrey during the
1920s/1930s?
Did your family live in Surrey during the years
of the First World War (1914-1918)?
Do you have any family stories of relatives
connected to Surrey during the war years, and afterwards?
If the answer to any of these questions is yes, we would love to hear
from you! Contact the Surrey in the Great War team via email or
telephone:
T: 01483 518238 / 518239 (SMS: 07779 427527)
E: oralhistsgw@outlook.com
One of our oral history volunteers will soon be in touch.
For more information about the project:

http://www.surreyinthegreatwar.org.uk/

WI Bingo Afternoon !!

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BAGSHOT  WI

INVITE YOU TO an afternoon of 

BINGO

DATE:     THURS. 14TH SEPTEMBER

TIME:      1.45 pm  for 2.00 pm

COST:     £1.50

TEA & CAKE  +    RAFFLE

  1. ANNE’S PARISH HALL

Please contact Angela  01276 489391

 

 

 

Paw Tea Party at The Three Mariners Saturday 5th August

This Saturday is The Paw Tea Party – Three Mariners – Bagshot in support of The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association (UK)

A coffee morning for humans & their Canine Companions 🐾
We will also have a Canine Companion Treat Bar set up- donation made to Guide Dogs for each purchase 🐾       Lovefrombetty paw party

Bagshot Community Library – Summer Reading Scheme for Children

The Library reading scheme this year is ‘ Animal Agents’. It uses characters created by Tony Ross. The scheme runs from 15th July to 16th September. Aimed at children aged 4-11 we can be a little flexible at either end of the range. Children have to read 6 books throughout the summer. For each 2 books read they receive a small prize and when 6 are reached they get a certificate..

see also https://www.surreycc.gov.uk/libraries/borrowing-items-from-the-library/books-and-films/books-and-reading/surrey-reads

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St Anne’s Holiday Club – 24th -26th July

st anne summer

BPFA – Just Giving page for new playground

bpfa just giving

https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/BPFAPlaygroundFund

St Anne’s Summer Fete this Saturday !!!

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Consultation on Swift Lane is now open!

The consultation is now open – however, the last question reads

‘ Thinking about the proposals outlined in this survey, please rank the options below 1 to 6 in order of preference. (1 being the lowest preference and 6 the highest.) To my mind that appears back to front! Tina C

Update – they have now changed the wording.

Here is the link

https://www.surreysays.co.uk/e-i-directorate-programme-group/shaping-surreys-community-recycling-centres-1/consultation/intro/

Swift Lane Tip to close? Another Consultation!

Message from Mike Goodman

I regret to inform residents that today I have announced a consultation on CRC’s across Surrey.
The press release and video link is below. Can I ask residents to take time to read this and use the web link to access the consultation.

Link to video.

https://news.surreycc.gov.uk/2017/06/21/surrey-announces-plans-to-save-up-to-2-million-a-year-from-community-recycling-centres-at-a-time-of-unprecedented-financial-pressure/

Link to Consultation

https://www.surreysays.co.uk/e-i-directorate-programme-group/shaping-surreys-community-recycling-centres-1/

Connaught School – Summer Fair

connaught summer