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Remembrancetide

Poppies will be on sale at the Village Community Shop, the Village Pubs and the School. 11: am on the 11th of November: gather at the Flag Pole on the Green for the two minutes’ silence, wreath laying and short service conducted by Rev’d Sarah Collins. 10:30 am on the...

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Quiz Night Fundraiser for the Sarratt Scout Group

QUIZ NIGHT A fundraising event for the Sarratt Scout Group Friday 10 November Sarratt Village Hall Doors open: 7pm Quiz starts: 8pm £10 per head Raffle (please bring cash!) Bring your own food – plates, cutlery & glasses supplied (and washed up!) There will be a bar...

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Sarratt Festival of Music

Sarratt Festival of Music 2023 Save the date !!!! We are delighted to confirm the dates and artists for this year’s Festival. Make a note in your diaries for 4 unmissable evenings in September. Friday 22nd September – The Piatti Quartet with Sacha Rattle ( Clarinet) –...

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Community Garden report

June Update from the Community Garden 🥕Welcome to Summer, galloping towards the longest day!We’ve had a month of weeding, planting out and watering, with some serious growth! I feel like we flipped overnight from waiting for the ground to warm up and dry out a little,...

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WI – inspiring women

Sarratt WI  Why not give us a try, ladies, come and join in the fun. See you at 2:15 at Sarratt Village Hall on the 2nd Wednesday of the month, you will be given a warm welcome plus tea and cake ! A lovely friendly way to spend an afternoon. Or phone Leone for more...

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No Mow May

Sustainable Sarratt : NoMowMay in Sarratt We are coordinating an effort to increase biodiversity in Sarratt, the more people who join in the better. It’s very easy to take part. The NoMowMay campaign is national and aims to reverse the loss of wild flower grasslands...

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SCCF Community event

The weather predictions were against us and so the Coronation Celebrations were moved to the village hall..... What a great turn out!!  The dog show went ahead, fancy dress, Art Exhibition and lots of fun was had by so many. The BBQ sold out and the Pop up community...

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Garden update – April

April Update from the Community Garden Every year, I wish I could have two Aprils – I would willingly sacrifice November or December in exchange. After a fabulously wet March, April has brought longer days, faster growth, fecundity in every direction. Having sown a...

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Community Garden

March Update from the Community Garden If I were a better gardener, I could wax lyrical about the wonderful winter veg I’m picking – kale, leeks, winter mustards. In reality, there’s little to boast about, and nothing to pick in the SCG this month, bar some rhubarb,...

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