08 August, 2018

Charity Talk in aid of Broadlands Riding for the Disabled

Events

Another amazing talk organised in aid of Broadlands Riding for the Disabled in Medstead, Hampshire at Wivelrod Barns, Alton, Hampshire, GU34 4AS. Thursday 20th September 2018. ...

08 August, 2018

Short First Aid Courses (Defibrillator Machine Training)

Parish Council

For anyone who hasn’t already indicated their interest (and then been contacted personally/had confirmation of being booked on a course): We now have the following dates/times for short first aid courses to be held at the Jubilee Hall. The plan is to run at least 2 of the following 3 sessions depending on how well they fill up. We need between 8 and 12 people per courses. We aim to run at least another couple of courses in the autumn. The current bookings are:- ...

05 August, 2018

Bentworth Parish Council Meeting Minutes – 3rd July 2018

Meetings Minutes Parish Council

The minutes of the meeting of Bentworth Parish Council held on 3rd July 2018 are available to download.

30 July, 2018

Save the Date – Harvest Picnic

Events The Villager

I realise we are all still thinking of summer holidays in the sunshine and long evenings round the barbecue, but we are pleased to forewarn you that there will be again a Harvest Picnic on Friday 12th October at 19.30 in the Jubilee Hall, the Friday before the Harvest Festival service in the Church. ...

30 July, 2018

Bentworth Garden Club

Garden Club The Villager

A big thank you to Maxine Wood who once again organised the most wonderful trip to Arundel Castle and it’s amazing gardens. No easy task but Maxine made it look effortless. ...

30 July, 2018

Save the Date: Friday 28th September

Events The Villager

The annual Macmillan Coffee Morning will take place at Holt End, Bentworth from 10-12 noon. The charge for coffee/tea and cake/biscuits will be £3.00. ...

30 July, 2018

Hampshire Federation of WI

The Villager

Our garden meeting this year was held at Victoria Raymonds’ beautiful house and garden. The weather was very hot and humid so it was with pleasure that we sat at a table in a shady part of the garden, catching what little breeze was available. ...

30 July, 2018

Garden Notes

Garden Club The Villager

The hot weather in June and July certainly showed you the vulnerable plants. This is the first time that I have seen a hosta in deep shade wilting. The problem here is that the shade is caused by the trees and shrubs around it and their roots are winning. The Phlox are especially hit by drought since they are so surface rooting. It is amazing what a bit of shade can do. Roses in part shade lasted much longer. The growers say that fours hours sunlight a day is ample for them, but I have found they will do well on less if they have overhead light. Phlox are very happy in shade. Clematis will do well as they hate hot sun on their roots. ...