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02 December, 2017

Bentworth Parish Council Meeting – 5th December 2017

Meetings Parish Council

There will be a meeting of Bentworth Parish Council at 7:30 pm on Tuesday 5th December 2017 in the Jubilee (school) Hall. Members of the public are invited to attend. ...

24 November, 2017

Change of Leadership of Bentworth Care Group

Care Group The Villager

News of change!! As from 15th January 2018, (at the Annual General meeting of the Care Group) “Fred” Moir is relinquishing her leadership of the Care Group. Before I go any further, please be assured that the Care Group will certainly be carrying on, but under slightly different arrangements. ...

24 November, 2017

Advent Concert

The Villager

The a cappella singers – Vox Lucis – are returning by popular request following their wonderful performance last April, and will be singing in the Abbey Church, Alton Abbey, GU34 4AP ...

24 November, 2017

Garden Notes

Garden Club

I expect you have collected all your leaves by now. Mine all go on the shrub borders where they keep the weeds down all year. You do have to keep an eye out for rogue tree seedlings. Do not pile it too high round the base of the shrubs. I find the netting I have round them against rabbits keeps them clear of too many leaves. ...

24 November, 2017

Farm News

The Villager

Harvest and planting are now complete. The wet September changed to a fairly dry October and the winter crops for 2018 harvest were planted and so far are looking pretty good with even emergence and no “holes” (bare patches) evident. The seeding process varies a little between fields but usually consists of the following operations – spraying the stubble of the previous crop to kill the weeds and volunteers (the seed lost from the combine that then germinates), a cultivation to a depth of about 15 cm with 6 legs followed by 2 rows of discs and a heavy press wheel to condition the soil. This pass is fairly rain safe in that it will take about ½ inch of rain without becoming a sodden morass. ...

19 November, 2017

Public Meeting 28th November 2017

Neighbourhood Plan

PUBLIC MEETING 28th NOVEMBER 2017 We are holding a further Public Meeting in the Jubilee Hall at 7:00pm on Tuesday 28th November (doors open and drinks and mince pies will be served at 6:30pm). At this meeting we will provide details of the six sites now potentially available for development and seek the views of parishioners on the relative merits of the sites. We will also brief parishioners on the next steps in the process. Everyone will have a chance to air their views and ask questions. You will be invited to express your preference as to the most suitable site(s). This will be the last public meeting before we make our final recommendations, so we would welcome as many parishioners as possible. ...

17 November, 2017

Bentworth Mummers – Dick Turpin!

Events Mummers The Villager

Bentworth Mummers are returning with another fabulous pants production on 1st and 2nd December – Dick Turpin! We know you missed us last year but we’re back with a great pant for you this year. Another one written by Richard Lloyd. All the usual twists and additions he likes to put in, which of course includes the bad jokes and some of our own of course. ...

12 November, 2017

Bentworth Annual Churchyard Tidy Up – 25th November

Church The Villager

Many thanks to all those who turned up on and before the Bentworth Churchyard tidy up, which was held yesterday. It was great to see so many people armed with strimmers, rakes and a variety of tractors and mulchers. ...

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