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KGV Playground has a helping hand.

KGV playground gets better ! After waiting some months for parts to arrive we finally took delivery of the 'Buffalo Boards' for the galleon floor. They were cut to size by Cllr John Rugg and then  we started dismantling the top level. Having removed the sides we were...

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Child Play Therapy for Village School children

Dear Sarratt and Chipperfield Community Foundation, I am delighted to acknowledge the receipt of the grant from SCCF. By partnering with local primary schools the grant will enable me to take the next step towards becoming a Certificated Play Therapist. I am looking...

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The River Chess

I am pleased to announce that the Sustainability director of Thames Water has agreed to attend a public meeting to be held in the village hall on the evening of Friday 25 September at 7:00 pm. Also Phil Williams (Three Rivers Councillor responsible for environmental...

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Sustainability Sarratt and The River Chess

Sustainability Sarratt River Chess Barnaby Jackson has been following the issues of untreated sewage in our local river – The Chess. Just to remind everyone, the sewage problem arises from the treatment plant in Chesham which gets over whelmed with rain water, foul...

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Let’s stay aware and wise.

Dear Neighbours, The Government announced on Tuesday that grants for energy-saving home improvements including insulation and double glazing, would be available from September. By Wednesday, scammers had started making phone calls to residents in Bishops Stortford,...

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Neighbourhood Plan

Neighbourhood Plan Tony Bond (on behalf of the Committee) Photo Call!! We remain in limbo as to when we may be able to commence meaningful consultation with parishioners. At our next meeting we will be discussing how we may be able to progress despite the current...

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Little Ducklings back and in a Bubble.

June 2020, Ducklings opened it's doors once more to a small number of children, and have created a bubble of eight children.  They have all been amazing in adapting to our new routines and have bonded well as a group.  We are also keeping in touch with all our...

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June in the garden

June has arrived in fine style, hot and dry, great for the tan, not so good for plants.  They will need good watering every week or so, more often for shallow rooting plants like salad veg, tomatoes.  Also this year the soft fruit is suffering from lack of rain, so...

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Big Smiles as Children Return to School

Big Smiles as Children Return to School This week has seen our little school take its first steps towards normality with the phased return of Year 1 and Year 6. I am very pleased to say that this has been a huge success! It has been so lovely to see beaming smiles on...

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