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Parish Council AGM

ImageThe minutes from the Parish Council AGM are now available on-line, these will shortly be joined by the statement of accounts for the year, once they have been externally audited.

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Progressive Supper

ImageCome to Dinner!..

A progressive supper has been organised for Saturday 15th September 2007, this is an incredibly sociable event and a great way to spend an evening. For those of you who haven’t been to one before the plan is:

All meet up for a drink at 7pm. Instructions will be given out for where you will be going for your first course and with whom.
There you will receive your instructions for who will be your hosts for your main course.  Later all to the Village Hall for puddings served at a table by your final host. Then stay and mingle for coffee, chocolates and port!

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Open Gardens Feedback

ImageWe hope that you enjoyed your visit to the open gardens during the weekend of the 9th and 10th of June, We would however value your feedback on the event.

Click here to send us a message, Alternately click on the poll on the bottom right of this page to either place your vote or to see what everyone else thought.

 

Flower Show

ImageChawton Horticultural Society are proud to announce the Flower Show, to be held at the Village Hall on the 4th of August 2007 as part of the Village Fete.

All sections open to non-members

Whatever you grow
Come and show

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Clement Court

Alphonsus HouseFollowing consultation with EHDC relating to the name of the former Darcy House site (currently being marketed as Pemberley Place), the Parish Council agreed that other historical names of significance to the village should be celebrated and preserved in history, thus continuing the existing village traditions that gave us names such as Wolf's Lane and Alphonsus House.

The result is Clement Court - named to celebrate the life of Captain Clement RN who fought in the battle of Copenhagen and once lived at Alphonsus House, (pictured). This is particularly significant due to the proximity of Alphonsus House to the development.

 
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  • Children's Gardening Workshop (ages 5-11) - Chawton House Library
    April 12, 2017 (10:00 - 12:00)

    Children's gardening workshop at Chawton House Library. As part of the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) National Gardening Week, we invite children (ages 5-11) to take part in gardening activities, including planting a small pot to take away. Price...

  • Chawton WI - Working with Chocolate
    April 12, 2017 (19:30 - 21:30)

    Chawton WI are holding a working with chocolate session.

    Come along to a delicious edible demonstration at Chawton Village Hall

  • Easter Children’s Orienteering Trail - Chawton House Library
    April 16, 2017 (All Day)

    Enjoy the Easter weekend at Chawton House Library with a special orienteering trail. Explore our Wilderness to find the 10 animal markers using the map. Write down what animal silhouettes you find. If your child gets all 10, you can treat them to free...

  • Garden Tour - Chawton House Library
    April 23, 2017 (14:00 - 15:00)

    Join Garden Manager Andrew Bentley for a guided tour of the gardens.  Hear about the history of the grounds, including period features, such as the 'wilderness' and 'ha-ha', along with the walled kitchen garden built by Jan Austen's brother Edward.  The...

  • Estate Rambles - Chawton House Library
    May 07, 2017 (08:30 - 10:00)

    Explore the Chawton House Library estate in the company of our Garden Manager, Andrew Bentley. Find out more about the fascinating history of the grounds, including the ‘wilderness’, the ‘ha-ha’ and the additions made by Jane Austen’s brother, Edward...

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