Churt is a small village which stands on the A287 about half way between Farnham and Haslemere. It lies in the far south west of the county of Surrey, bordering both Hampshire and West Sussex. Please use this web-site to learn more about our village. Use the menus to find out what is going on and who is who! The picture above is of our Recreation Ground with the cricket pitches and tennis courts showing clearly.
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If you would like to know what's happening in Churt or in the surrounding area, click on What's On or Village Diary. Visit the Clubs and Societies page to see meeting reports, etc. The Parish Council Newsletter, Minutes of the last meeting and Agenda for the next meeting will be found on the Parish Council page. Quinnettes and the Village Hall each have their own page. For the Community Centre, Pavilion, etc go to Village Amenities and click on the relevant page. You will find links to local cinemas, theatres, the Maltings, Haslemere Hall, etc under What's On/In the Local Area. And for all your transport enquiries (plane, bus or train) go to Information and Links/Transport.
Go to this page to see this week's news (Latest news). .
Go to the Waverley Borough Council page to read about Waverley's Planning Maps.
For initiatives promoted by Surrey County Council please visit the Surrey County Council page. Surrey County Council is currently consulting on its home to school transport policy for 2015. Details of the consultation and a link to the online response form are available online at www.surreycc.gov.uk/schooltransportconsultation.
Baffled by your computer? Go to the Surrey County Council page for details of free tuition!
Do you know what a 'Building of Local Merit' is? Go to the Parish Council Page to find out!
Please use the 101 number when reporting any non-emergency matters to us by telephone. The old 0845 number is now permanently out of service. 01483 571212 can still be used if preferred. In an emergency always dial 999.
Wouldn't it be nice to have faster Broadband speeds in this part of the world? Go to Latest News page or Surrey County Council page for more information.
SATURDAY 14 DECEMBER in Churt Village Hall 11am to 1pm
Meet your fellow villagers
and partake of a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie!
CLERK TO CHURT PARISH COUNCIL
Due to the retirement of the current Clerk at the end of December, there is a vacancy for this part-time
(12 hrs per week) remunerated position
For more information about this role please contact Shirley Burrill on 01428 714274 or by email at email@example.com
Applications should be submitted by 15th November
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