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Chawton Open Gardens 9th & 10th June 2007

 A unique opportunity to visit a wide variety of gardens in this historic village, including the newly restored gardens of Chawton House, once the home of Jane Austen’s brother, and the Jane Austen’s House Garden. In addition up to fifteen other charming and varied village gardens, large and small. 

Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th June, from 1pm - 5.30pm 

Tickets may be purchased on the day at the village hall - £5 Adults  - Accompanied Children Free
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Pemberley Place

See the full picture in the galleryLove it or loathe it, the former Darcy House site's re-development is starting to take shape. The developer Banner Homes have provided some artists impressions and information of the forthcoming houses on the site being marketed as Pemberley Place, a name clearly designed to relate to the heritage of our village.

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New Historic Pictures

ImageA number of historic pictures have been provided which date back to 1866, making them the oldest ones we have to date.
The pictuers have been published in the picture gallery.

A special thanks to David and Pene Whitaker for releasing these pictures to us.

Do you have any other historic pictures that you would be willing to share - if so, please contact us and we'll do the rest.

 

Vandalism and Theft

ImageDuring November, there have been a number of cases of vandalism and theft in the village, these include :

  • A broken window at the schoool
  • Eggs being thrown at the school
  • Damage to the sign on the village green
  • Damage to the bin on the wall, by the village green
  • Damage to the electricity supply on the village greeen (leaving it in an unsafe state)
  • Damage to the steps of the school - by a large waste bin
  • Theft of the wheel washing equipment at the Darcy House development.
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The Greyfriar - Pub of the Year Finalist

ImageYes the Greyfriar managed to get to the finals of the Fullers Pub of the year competition again.

Having won the competition in for the category village / rural in 2003, failing to get into the finals in 2004, winning in 2005 we were very pleased to be in the final once again for 2006. The competition is for all Fullers pubs whether they are managed or tenanted and is judged in three stages.

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Upcoming Events

  • Chawton House Library NGS open garden
    May 28, 2017 (All Day)

    Chawton House Library has recently joined the National Gardens Scheme (NGS) and will be part of the NGS Festival Weekend & 90th anniversary. This inspiring programme organises the opening of outstanding gardens around the country to raise funds for...

  • Estate Rambles - Chawton House Library
    June 02, 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...

  • Chawton Open Gardens
    June 11, 2017 (13:00 - 17:00)

    Open Gardens

    Weekend event with various gardens in the village ope to the public

  • Chawton WI - Air Ambulance
    June 14, 2017 (19:30 - 21:30)

    Chawton WI are hosting Hampshire Air Ambulance at Chawton Village Hall.

    The Air Ambulance will be providing a talk on this vital service.

  • Garden Tour and Cream Tea - Chawton House Library
    June 18, 2017 (14:30 - 16:30)

    As part of Regency Week Garden Manager Andrew Bentley will be giving a guided tour of the garden. Cream Tea included in the ticket price.

    The Library, House and Gardens will be open as usual Monday to Friday 12pm to 4.30pm and on Sunday 11am to 5pm...

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