Progress with new village hall

A number of milestones have been passed or are imminent.  Planning conditions relating to roof tiles, cladding and exterior lighting have been discharged.   A new lease for the playing field from the Ashburnham Estate is due to be signed in January.  Finally, a start on construction will be signed off by mid February.  See… Read more…

Village Bonfire and Fireworks Postponed

We have postponed the bonfire and fireworks, due to take place this Friday 8th November as the field is so waterlogged due to the recent heavy rains. We are trying to find an alternative date so watch this space!

Village Action Plan 2019 – 2024

The Parish Council is pleased to announce the release of its next 5 year plan, which we hope will be of great interest to all who live in our parishes. We would like to take this opportunity to welcome members of the public to join us at future Parish Council meetings, during which the Village… Read more…

Road closure involves lengthy detour

A section of the road C18 outside Thornden Farm, Red Barn, Ashburnham is due to be closed from 14th to 18th October for works by UK Power Networks.  Diversions will be signed but are lengthy and are via Windmill Hill.  At a guess would take 15-20 minutes.  Read more to download the map download the… Read more…

£4,500 raised for the new village hall

The Flower Show, Country Fair and Dog Show on 27th July raised a record amount.  The weather forecast deterred many stall holders from attending but the forecast was correct and the rain cleared around mid-day.  Attendance was probably similar to last year but there was more to spend your money on and you did just… Read more…

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