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29 March, 2015

Garden Notes

Garden Club

Suddenly the garden is springing into life. The borders start to have green shoots and the weeds start growing. Are your borders the sort that go to sleep for the winter and you only look at them when growth starts. There is no need for borders to look dead all winter. In a small garden you cannot waste the space on them. There are lots of plants that fit in well with the ordinary herbaceous border that are evergreen and will keep the border interesting in winter. Think of all those collections they sell to go in winter pots. Six plants for peanuts. Here you will find skimmias, euonymous and pieris. You may not want these as full grown shrubs, but until they get too big they will dress your borders. The smaller hebes and the winter heathers (erica carnea) will all look good. Then you have the sages in various colours and lavender and the cotton lavender (santolina) in grey or gold. ...

29 March, 2015

Plant Sale

Garden Club

Bentworth Garden Club will host a plant sale at Bentworth Jubilee Hall on Saturday 2nd May from 10:00am until 12:00pm. There will be free coffee, tea and Stella’s lemon drizzle cake, so come early! ...

29 March, 2015

Inter Village Cricket Match

Cricket Club

Bentworth cricket club is planning an inter villager cricket match on Bank Holiday Monday 4th May from 1pm at our home ground on Holt End Lane. The might of Bentworth (and district) has challenged Lasham (and district)’s finest for a T20 style game, all in the name of fun (and village honour of course). ...

29 March, 2015

Julian Meeting

Church

Our Julian meetings are now held once a month at 8pm. We alternate these between Bentworth on a Tuesday and Medstead on a Wednesday and arrange the date that is most convenient to all members. If you would like to join us you would be very welcome; please contact Gay Howard  565993, or email julian@howard.nildram.co.uk or myself on 01420 562126. ...

29 March, 2015

News From St Mary’s School, Bentworth

School

At St Mary’s we love our outdoor learning. Here are some fantastic examples of the activities we have had just in the last couple of weeks. We have experienced the wonder of willow. The school design for our willow construction, brought together by the school council, was quite clear. The pupils wanted a castle theme that had tunnels and where they could create different games and fantasy worlds. ...

29 March, 2015

Garage Sale

The Villager

From 10am Easter Sun/Mon, Pound Meadow behind the Star Inn. After 22 happy years in Bentworth we are downsizing to Hove, East Sussex. A huge array of goods for sale. Come and view and pass the time of day… ...

29 March, 2015

Bentworth Litter Pick

The Villager

Well done and a big thank you to all those who turned up to help with the litter pick on Saturday 7th March. Thirteen adults and two children arrived on the Green for a 10am start. The weather was warm, dry and sunny (a perfect spring day!!) and twenty bags of rubbish were collected. Julian provided some strong feed bags to put the litter in and Nigel kindly took all the litter to the tip in his trusty trailer. A great job! ...

28 March, 2015

Wine Tasting

Church

St Mary’s PCC hope to raise lots of money for the church by enjoying an evening of Wine Tasting in the Jubilee Hall, Bentworth on Friday 17th April 7.30pm – 9pm. ...

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