Scaynes Hill

Scaynes Hill news
Scaynes Hill news

CHIDREN’S CHARITY: Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity. The staff at The Inn on The Green and The Queen’s Head (sister pub) are coming together to raise awareness and money for Great Ormond Street. A team of eight of will work together to reach their target of £3000 over the upcoming weeks and would really appreciate any donations that you would like to give them! Here is their JustGiving Page if you would like to donate…/theparachutingpintpullers

HOUSING PLANS: Outline Planning has been lodged by Greenplan Designer Homes Ltd for 51 new dwellings (30 percent affordable) on the Barns Cottage site behind the Inn on the Green (see plan). The full application and all associated documents can be viewed on the MSDC online Planning Register (enter DM/16/3119 in the Search box) where you can also make comments by the deadline of 26th August. If you feel strongly about this development or have any major concerns it is important that you act now. Please read through all the paperwork though because you may find that many of your concerns have already been addressed. Remember it is also important to show your support for the development if you think it will be good for the village.

ST AUGUSTINE’S CHURCH: Anchor Café. The coffee shop will be closed during August and will re-open on Tuesday September 6.

Family Support Work. The total amount of money raised for Family Support Work from the sale of teas at the Scaynes Hill Open Gardens was £240.95. 
Thank you to everyone who contributed for their support for FSW.

FRUIT AND VEG SHARE: The Fruit and Veg Share Scheme is still running every Tuesday from 8am until 6pm outside the church. This scheme is open for everyone to join in with, whether you grow your own fruit and veg or not. If you have more than you need then please leave it on the table for others. If there is something on the table that you need then please just take it. No money is needed or exchanged.

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