The Bike Project

The Bike Project

Do you have an unwanted bike you would like to donate to a fabulous Charity helping refugees in the UK?    Why not bring it to our pop-up collection on Saturday 17th April for 'THE BIKE PROJECT' on the Sarratt Village Green. The Bike Project is a charity that...

Support Local Businesses

Support Local Businesses

Do remember, that if you need help,  you can find it locally by searching in the Directory of this Parish website. So many great local Companies on our doorstep, to help with whatever it is you need! Support local businesses, who are in turn are supporting our local...

Sarratt Care latest update 2021

Sarratt Care latest update 2021

Sarratt Care Caring for the community of Sarratt SARRATT CARE, an entirely voluntary organization, was launched in 1991 to give a helping hand to the people of Sarratt of all ages, well or infirm. It has grown from small beginnings to currently having over 110 regular...

Hero Awards

Hero Awards

Above and Beyond The Hero Awards were presented on Friday 11th to the 16 individuals in the Parish who had been voted for by the Community. Two very worthy recipients were Nicola O'Hare, Head of Sarratt School and Zoe Rodney, Sarratt School Catering Manager. During...

Rain did not stop play for the KGV progress

Rain did not stop play for the KGV progress

A sterling effort was put in Thursday morning to remove the plinth in horrendous weather conditions, everyone certainly went above and beyond in preparation for the new equipment arriving for the playground. Particular thanks go to Tom who managed to blag us a free...

New Book by David Butler

New Book by David Butler

Cordite and Castrol R Introduction - It has taken me about four years to get to the point of publishing. Originally, I just wanted to record my life’s story primarily for my grandchildren. A visiting soldier, seriously injured in Afghanistan, convinced me I should...

4 walks to try during lockdown

4 walks to try during lockdown

4 walks to try during lockdown If we learnt anything from the first lockdown, it was the importance of daily exercise for both our physical and mental wellbeing. This time around, the temperature has certainly dropped, so grab a cosy winter coat, pull on some wellies...