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.
Good news! Good news! The refurbished playground will be open from 2 p.m. today, 25 August!
A strange box has appeared on the wall of the Village Hall. What is it? Go to the Responder page to find out.
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.
Our police Community Support Officer is Will Davies - William.Davies@surrey.pnn.police.uk
Contacts: Helen Talbot, Alison Smyth
email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone:01252 727280
The charity Victim Support is currently embarking on a Volunteer recruitment campaign in Surrey.
Victim Support is here to help anyone affected by crime.
Our volunteers in Surrey help people traumatised by crime to move on with their lives. You can help by supporting victims face‐to‐face, as a fundraiser or in lots of other ways. We pay your expenses and give you free training. You don't need qualifications or previous experience of this kind of work to volunteer for Victim Support. All you need is the willingness to help and a little time. We welcome volunteers from every walk of life and from every community.
For more information contact: Jo Wills on 01273 456151 or email SurreyVolunteering@victimsupport.org.uk. Click here to see the publicity poster.
We are looking for two people to join our dynamic Trustee Board at Citizens Advice Waverley.
Good communication skills and a commitment to the aims and principles of the Citizens Advice service are essential to this role. Ideally candidates will also have experience in working with the public sector and/or in an HR, legal or finance role. An interest in digital services/social media would also be valuable.
You can find out more about these roles, their main duties and responsibilities, the personal skills and qualities required and our code of conduct at www.waverleycab.org.uk/category/jobs
If you are interested in being considered for this role, please email your CV to Phil Davies, Chief Executive at email@example.com or post it to Citizens Advice Waverley, 36 Bridge Street, Godalming, Surrey, GU7 1HP. Closing date for applications is 30th September 2015.
Citizens Advice Waverley is an independent charity that provides free, confidential and impartial advice to around 6,000 local people each year. Our 160+ highly trained volunteers help people find solutions to life’s problems on a wide range of issues, including debt, financial entitlements, employment, consumer, family issue and much more. Advice is delivered by telephone, face-to-face, email or home visits from our four advice centres in Cranleigh, Farnham, Godalming and Haslemere. Find out more about us at www.waverleycab.org.uk/about-us
We also campaign for social justice by using the wealth of evidence we collect to identify and highlight issues affecting local people’s lives and supporting national campaigns. Find out more about our work in this area at www.waverleycab.org.uk/campaign-blog
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