The Bluebells are in bloom - why not try one of our walks
CHENIES SPRING WALK BANK HOLIDAY
for Paul Strickland Scanner Appeal - Chenies Manor - Monday 2 May start 11am,
Advance entry £8, or £10 on the day (under 14’s free) includes free entry into Chenies Manor Tulip Gardens. Take a beautiful walk through the Chess Valley, the route is an 8km circular walk but there are 3 shortcuts available.
This year there will also be an owl hunt for children taking part in the walk.
Tel: 844290 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
COFFEE MORNING TO RAISE MONEY FOR THE FLOWER FESTIVAL
at SARRATT VILLAGE HALL
Cakes, plants, crafts, bric-a-brac, raffle and lots more.
Sarratt Junior Cricket Club
Sarratt Junior Cricket club is moving into its fourth season and as always we are keen to gain recruits from local children in school years 1-6.
Sessions will run at the KGV field from 6-7pm on Monday evenings 9,16 and 23 May, then 6 June to 18 July inclusive. We aim to offer a couple of matches against local clubs too.
SPECIAL OFFERS FROM OUR LOCAL DIRECTORY SUBSCRIBERS
"The Boot" Monday night special - TWO pizzas & a bottle of wine for £20
Celia Gould: Fine Silk Scarves www.celiagould.co.uk
Sarratt Community discount of 25%:
use code SARRATT25 at checkout
For all current Parish Activities - See the What's On section
FEELING LEFT OUT? To keep in touch with what is happening in the vilage you can Register and choose to receive specific information by email about future events including having access to booking forms, programmes etc. There are three email lists :-
The Sarratt Festival of Music Grapevine Films The Sarratt Flower Festival
- please email email@example.com with your name and email address and the list(s) you wish to be added to.
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