Events

Top five tips for growing your own produce

Top five tips for growing your own produce Spend your extra time in the garden this spring, and be inspired by Jemima’s Kitchen Garden to create your own mini veg patch! Below, our Gardens Supervisor, Abby Evans shares her top five tips to get you started. 1 . Mix up...

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Kindness in the community….

When we are living through such challenging times it is important to help ourselves stay calm and well.  Walking in nature is proven to be a very good tonic for our mental well being.  The sweet sound of the birds seems louder than ever, it is as if the birds are...

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Consultation for the Neighbourhood Plan

Public consultations will take place in the Village Hall on the following dates: 1.30 - 3:00 pm on Wed 29th April & 10.30 am - 12 noon on Sun 3rd May The purpose of these meetings is to explain the Plan and its contents and get feedback from people living in the...

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Community & Sustainability

Sarratt & Sustainability in the 2020's  Next Meeting this Thursday in the back room of the Village Hall at 7:30pm. Open to All. The word on the street or (lane) is how can we be more Green??  We share a common interest to start with and that is this special place...

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Big Event coming this Summer

SARRATT VILLAGE DAY SATURDAY 27TH JUNE 2020 Sarratt Village Green stalls to browse, games to play food to eat, lots of lovely refreshments  Fun Dog Show Vintage Cars Flower Festival at Holy Cross & Vintage Bus rides SEE YOU THERE!!    

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2019 Freshers’ Fair

The 2019 Freshers' Fair is just a week away.  SCCF has been planning this community event to take place in the Sarratt Village hall. Doors Open at 2: pm and there will be a whole host of people showcasing what they do locally. It is a fantastic networking opportunity...

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SCCF Autumnal Community walk.

Despite a soggy Sunday morning in Sarratt a good number of us set off for an autumnal walk. The beauty of the Chess Valley really does not disappoint whatever the weather. We were lucky enough to enter into the Old Rectory woods and spoilt with the lovely variety of...

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