Badshot Lea Bloomers invite to the Village Pond. All welcome, starting from 10am come and help us maintain this great village asset. Meet your local Waverley Ranger (Nick) and have a coffee and doughnut.
You are invited to the official opening of the new Badshot Lea Community Gardenon Saturday 2nd April.Join us at the Badshot Lea Village Hall (The Kiln) on St George’s Road from 10:30 to 2pm, with the grand opening at 12:00 by the Mayor of Farnham.Take a look around the garden, peruse our plant stall, visitContinue reading “Reminder: Badshot Lea Bloomers Community Garden Formal Opening Saturday 2nd April.”
Help save our community from speculative development . Application WA/2022/00325 is for 131 homes along Green Lane. We have already provided 334 new homes through our Neighbourhood Plan, we do not need more! Please support our community and the Neighbourhood Plan and object NOW!! You can register your objection via the Waverley website or simplyContinue reading “Urgent Important News. Green Lane Planning Application, 131 New Homes.”
Badshot Lea Road B3208 from the traffic lights to the Hampshire Border. Details below.
May we wish you all a happy new year from the Badshot Lea Community Associasion Committee and Bloomers. Badshot Lea Bloomers are planning a volunteer’s day at the village pond on Saturday 5th February starting at 10am. All welcome, so please come and join us. There is lots to do from shrub clearing, building aContinue reading “News Update January 2022”
Eight searchlights placed around Farnham and surrounding villages will literally bring rays of light to local residents at 5pm on 20th November, marking the beginning of local Christmas festivities. Following the popularity of last year’s beacons of light sky show, it is intended that eight beams of light will once again sweep across the skyContinue reading “Beacons lighting up the Farnham sky start Christmas festivities”
Details of the remedial works on Badshot Lea Road.
Surrey Archaeological Society visited Badshot Park, Play Area in October. They excavated three sites in the play area, this is a part of an on going fieldwork study. Their findings will be published by the Surrey Archaeological Society in due course. It is understood that will return in the new year to continue with moreContinue reading “Archaeological Dig in Badshot Park.”
As a result of high and increasing level of Covid 19 in Weybourne and Badshot Lea area, it has been decided to cancel the Badshot Lea Community Association AGM on Thursday 28th October. A full report for the year will be published on this site in due course. We are all disappointed that for aContinue reading “Important News Flash AGM Cancelled”
1. Welcome and Introductions. 2. Apologies. 3. Adoption of Minutes. 4. Election of Committee. 5. Treasurers Report. 6. Farnham Infrastructure Programme. 7. Farnham Neighbourhood Plan + Developer Activity. 8. Badshot Lea Bloomers: – Pond Restoration – Community Garden 9. Tice’s Meadow Nature Reserve. 10. AOB.
Thank you to all the volunteers who came along and worked so hard helping with clearing and tidying around the Village Pond. Also finished planting bulbs at the recreation ground.
You are invited to come along and hear the latest news on what is happening in and around our village.
Friday 2nd April, Work completed. 17 Maple & Lime Trees planted.
Planting of the 17 Maple and Lime trees on “The Green” started on Monday 29th. Contractors making good progress due to favourable weather conditions.
Waverley Borough Council’s tree section has recently undertaken the removal of the 3 remaining poplars around The Green at Badshot Lea as well as removing the stumps of previously removed trees. As part of ongoing management of the site and the Council’s commitment to tackle climate change, we will be planting 17 replacement trees aroundContinue reading “The Village “Green” Tree Planting”
Saturday 22nd February. Some of the volunteers having a well deserved hot drink and a donut. Big thank you to all the hearty souls that braved the early rain to help out at the pond. Planting a Silver Birch tree donated by Squires Garden Centres.
Badshot Lea Community Association Survey 2013 Summary of Results In mid January the Association delivered around 670 surveys to the residents and businesses of Badshot Lea. It can still be viewed on our website http://www.badshotleacommunity.co.uk. We are very pleased to be able to report that we had exactly 200 completed surveys returned. This in itselfContinue reading “Badshot Lea’s Future Survey Results Statement”