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Coffee Stop!

“The Coffee Stop“ launches on Friday 2nd June at the Pavilion. Why not pop along for a cuppa and a chat between 10:30 and 12 noon. Open to everyone and free of charge.  The Coffee Stop will take place on the first Friday of every month. We look forward to seeing you there.

Community facebook page

Have you seen our community facebook page? Do take a look! Big thanks to Helen Hoad for setting it up. We will shortly be setting up more links between this website and the facebook page so that people can get local news wherever they are on the web. https://www.facebook.com/groups/penhurstandashburnham/

Who would like to be a Parish Councillor?

The time period for electors to call an election to fill the vacancy on the parish council has elapsed so it now falls to the Parish Council to co-opt someone. The next meeting of the Parish Council is on Tuesday 16th May and so expressions of interest must be received by the Clerk no later… Read more

Bluebells! Take Part in a Survey

The Woodland Trust is inviting people all over the UK to participate in the most accurate bluebell survey ever, by recording bluebell sightings on a map. Click to take part in the The Big Bluebell Watch.

Parish Council Vacancy

Following the resignation of of Councillor Andy Proudfoot, we now need to fill a casual vacancy on the Parish Council.  The vacancy may be filled either by an election or by co-option.  If you think you might be interested in joining the Parish Council, please contact the Parish Clerk, Brian Holdstock by email to clerk@ashburnham-penhurst.net… Read more

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Upcoming Events

Coffee Stop on Friday 2nd June, 10:30 to 12 noon, at the Pavilion.

Charity Coffee Morning on Saturday 17th June from 10 until noon, at the Pavilion.

Flower Show,  Country Fair & Dog Show will be held on Saturday 29th July.

What’s new on the website?

View the April issue of the Parish Magazine

Parish Council minutes for March are now available.

 


View current and previous Parish Magazines


For information on the history of Ashburnham and Penhurst see the Ashburnham Past website.


This website has been funded by the Parish Council.  The site administrator is Nicky Bishop (01424) 892474 or nickyatstreetcottage@gmail.com