Last month we held the Annual Parish Meeting and the Neighbourhood Policing Team, Southmead Surgery, Neighbourhood Plan experts and Buckinghamshire Councillors joined us to discuss village matters, community initiatives and future projects. For the first time the meeting was recorded and the presentations are available at https://farnhamroyal-pc.gov.uk/annual-parish-meeting-2023/
After the Farnham Pump Public House closed in 2008 the sign was removed and stored in the parish council office.
We are pleased that with the help and support of Berkeley Homes we have been able to return this piece of local history to Farnham Royal.
Residents and visitors can now enjoy the painting as it has been installed in a specially made case on the wall near its former home.
We would like to thank Berkeley Homes for designing and manufacturing the case which will ensure it can be enjoyed for years to come.
Many thanks to volunteer Tony D’Arcy and Tony Birkett, a parish councillor, for carrying out the first Community Speedwatch session of our new scheme.
They monitored vehicles travelling from Farnham Royal to Farnham Common outside Dair House School earlier today.
The objectives of the Scheme are:
- Increasing public awareness of speeding and other traffic offences
- Improving the safety and quality of life for local communities
- Reducing deaths, injuries and collisions
If you would like to get involved and join the group, please email the co-ordinator at email@example.com