Friday, 11 June 2021

Local Plant Sales This Weekend

Julian George will have a pop-up plant sale this Sunday June 13 from 11.30 at the gate of Furze Farmhouse
All proceeds will be for the Church.
It will be the same as last year, and don't forget it is CASH only. 

Nether Winchendon will also be running a plant stall this Saturday and Sunday from 9 am each day , it will be unmanned with a cash honesty box but there will be information about the plants on the table. 

Thursday, 10 June 2021

The Stockwell Restoration Project

The Stockwell Restoration Project

The Parish Council are keen to sponsor initiatives which seek to reconnect our community with its proud heritage.

 

A group was recently put together to manage ‘The Stockwell Restoration Project’, led by Derek Allen.

 

The Stockwell is a site of major historical in Chearsley Village and, in the absence of the necessary maintenance work over very many years, has deteriorated significantly and even presents some risk to public safety.

 

The restoration of the site will involve several key areas of work and it is hoped that the programme will commence in the coming weeks.

 

For those interested in seeing more detail, the group have just prepared a ‘progress report’ on the ambitions of the project and the works needed, and a copy can be downloaded from here lhttp://www.chearsleypc.org.uk/community/-13750/current-major-projects/

 

For further information, please contact John Howard (jnh@dbmc.co.uk)


Tuesday, 8 June 2021

Pop-up Plant Sale Sunday 11:30

Julian George will have a pop-up plant sale this Sunday June 13 from 11.30 at the gate of Furze Farmhouse
This will be for the Church.
Same as last year, and don't forget it is CASH only. Come and get your sprouts...

 


This Sunday Messy Church will be back at Chearsley Village Hall (outside).  We still can’t offer you food, but if you bring a picnic and blanket, we would love to sit and eat “together” at the end.

Our theme is “Toilet Twinning” so we will be doing lots of crafts and games based on toilets!
  • Can you lob a loo roll into a loo?
  • Throw a dice and race to build a compost loo
  • Make poo out of Weetabix, then plop it into the compost loo, adding sawdust to stop the smell
  • Play a memory game with all the bathroom items we take for granted
  • Get messy with toilet paper and glue as we make a collage together
  • Hear the story of Rachel, a schoolgirl from Africa, whose life was transformed by a toilet.
  • Write your prayers graffiti style on the back of a toilet door
  • Spend  a penny – can you get your pennies into the glass jar
 
We would love to raise £60 to twin our toilet with one abroad.  This will give us a photo of our twinned loo and its GPS co-ordinates so we can look it up on a map.  So, please bring all those pennies that are lying around your house.

We will still need to be in bubbles on picnic blankets, but can be a bit more relaxed about socialising and moving around.

Please let sharon@cloverdale.biz know if you think you can make it.

It's free, family, friendship, faith and fun!


Monday, 7 June 2021

Thefts from Cars Locally

Make sure you don’t leave valuables in your cars. A warning to NicB below from the Police about thefts in Long Crendon.

“ Please can I make you aware of a spate of thefts from vehicles in Long Crendon.  Cars in Quarry Close, Meadowbank Close, Old Windmill Way and Giffard Way. Please will you let residents know via Facebook or Whats Ap  or any other social media platforms that they should keep their valuables out of cars and ensure that their cars are secure and not vulnerable to opportunists. We will be doing re-assurance patrols in the area.”

Monday, 24 May 2021

Humble Country Fayre at Claydon Estate on 18 and 19 June

A brand new, curated shopping experience is coming to north Buckinghamshire on 18 and 19 June at Claydon Estate.

Outdoor and Covid Safe, Humble Country Fayre will take place in the stunning walled gardens at Claydon and will give visitors a desperately needed early summer social outing. There will be the chance to shop (all in the fresh air) from a fabulous line up of over 70 small businesses selling decorative accessories, unique, rustic and vintage homewares, gorgeous gifts, clothing and accessories.  Father's Day is on Sunday 20 June - so it is perfect timing!

There will also be a free demonstration tent, where visitors can stop by and take in fascinating talks on activities such as willow weaving,  making flower posies and sour dough making.  Delicious food and drink will also be available as visitors sit and enjoy the stunning backdrop of Claydon.

Tickets need to be booked in advance and are just £5.  You can find out more information and book your place via the website: www.humblecountry.co.uk



Monday, 17 May 2021

o Chearsley Parish Council Meeting today Monday

o Nether Winchendon event - Spring bank holiday weekend

o Update on Mercedes in the ditch


Chearsley Parish Council Meeting Monday 17/5/21 7:30pm

The parish council meeting is intended to be live streamed plus a recording to be made available on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CiMrne94T7s. Please send questions or comments in advance to Chearsleypc@chearsley.com or post on the YouTube live stream chat.


Nether Winchendon Spring Bank Holiday event

There will be a number of stalls with home made jams and other home baked delights for sale in Nether Winchendon over the Spring Bank Holiday weekend, May 29-30.



Mercedes in ditch going towards Cuddington

Owing to a vigilant member of the public who saw this car being driven erratically and dangerously from Long Crendon all the way into and through Chearsley on Friday night at around 6pm, reported it to the police, and observed it drive unaided into the ditch, police were on the scene quickly and took a person in for questioning. The mercedes will be removed at some point when investigations are complete. If you observed this car on that journey or have any further information please contact the police.