Go to their website here to complete the survey.
We need to work out how best to spend the limited money we have available for community transport. We have created a survey to better gauge the transport requirements of all residents within Thakeham. You can complete a paper copy, which will be available in
We would like to make you aware of a public consultation currently running on proposed budget savings within the Library Service. The public consultation closes on Wednesday 13 November. It asks people for their views on proposals to cease the mobile library service and to
The Parish Council has now concluded a 10-year lease on the Glebe Field, located in the historic Conservation Area around The Street. We are delighted to be able to ensure that this beautiful space will remain a key green asset for our rural community. Our
Thakeham Gardener’s Club Plant Sale Saturday 12th October 2019 From 2pm sharp at Thakeham Village Hall A wide range of plants at great prices starting from 50p per plant. We also have a cake stall with opportunities to buy beautiful home made cakes. Entry 50p each
The organisers of the fireworks event understand it can be stressful for some pets, the Blue Cross has this advice for pet owners and fireworks. Small pets and fireworks Rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils, mice, ferrets and birds all need to be treated with special
Do you hear the bagpipes calling? Join us for a night of Scottish Country Dancing on Wednesday 16th October at Thakeham Village Hall. The jig begins at 7:30pm, you don’t need a dancing partner but you will need comfortable shoes! All ages are welcome to
Information for open events at Thakeham Primary School for prospective parents of students starting primary school in September 2020.
Friday Night Club is launching tomorrow! A FREE youth club for 11-18 year olds on Friday evenings, 7:30pm – 9pm at Thakeham Village Hall. There’s a free Coffee shop & other refreshments Chill-out Zones Film Nights Crafting and Cookery Sports and Gaming …and much more!
Come along to an interactive presentation with Steve Watkins followed by a case study to analyse. Test your knowledge of the Magistrates Court system and then use your skills to judge if someone is innocent or guilty of a crime. There will be an interlude