1st Ottershaw Brownies and Rainbows.
Hello everyone. Firstly some sad news to deliver that Janette has decided, after an exceptional span of ten years (!!!), to leave the role of Brown Owl of the First Ottershaw Brownies and Rainbows.
The packs have been running from The Holt at the Memorial Fields for forty years and are now on the endangered list unless we can recruit a worthy leader.
If you feel that this is a role for you, or for someone you know, and there are many reasons why you might, please get in contact with myself, another parent or Janette herself.
Janette has outlined a job description and her many reasons for taking up the role in the first place and the fulfilment that it gave her, which I will pass on if you would like further details.
The role can be for one or both of the packs, Rainbows, and/or Brownies. It is well established with a great following, loyalty and a long waiting list for future young recruits.
There is support in place for the Rainbows with Barn Owl’s wise and wonderful input. There is scope to bring your own helpers and initiative to either.
Please, spread the word. Ideally the future leader would be available to shadow some of next term with a view to taking on the pack in September.
1st Ottershaw Brownies and Rainbows.
Contact Janette Dalgliesh at firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday 1st May, 2017 from 12pm – 4.30pm.
A fun afternoon for the whole family. We have: a variety of stalls, a bouncy castle and other inflatable fun, Punch & Judy, Morris Dancers, a beer tent, BBQ, Hog roast, ice cream, candy floss, Zumba and dance fun with Kate’s School of Dance…and so much more.
All surplus monies raised go to local organisations and charities.
Address: Memorial Fields, Foxhills Road, Ottershaw, Surrey. KT16 0NQ
We ask for a suggested donation of £2 per adult and £1 per child or £5 for a family for entry into the fair.
Stallholders should contact the below address for interest in having a stall on the day;
Ottershaw Memorial Fields is now home to a free, friendly, timed 5k run/walk every Saturday morning at 9am, one of the growing number of parkruns held every Saturday across the country at 9am. It really is inclusive, you can run, jog or walk at whatever speed you’re comfortable with. You can even do it with your kids, dog or pushing a buggy.Run totally by volunteers, parkrun is rapidly becoming a worldwide hit with free runs now taking place at over 440 locations across the UK and in 14 countries as far flung as Russia, New Zealand and South Africa. Since its inception in 2004 at Bushy Park in London, over 2 million people globally have participated, all for fun and all for free.At Homewood parkrun (the name for our Ottershaw Memorial Fields run) we pride ourselves on being part of the community. We support local business and we’re always up for a chat and new friendships are forged every week. Why not join us, you can walk, run or, if you don’t feel up to running, why not come along and help volunteer – it’s easy! You could even just come and cheer to see what we are about. Think you’ll be too slow and be last? You won’t, we always have a tail runner to make sure everyone gets round safely so they are always the last one to finish!If you fancy joining us, here’s your simple to do list to get you ready for Saturday.1. Register your details for free online here: https://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/
2. Print your barcode out (this allows you to be identified and a time allocated when you finish), cut it out and remember to bring it with you.
3. Plan your travel, transport suggestions and directions here: http://www.parkrun.org.uk/homewood/course/
4. Bring a few pennies with you. parkrun is always free, but we do head to the Old School Café, Longcross Road afterwards to get to know each other over tea. We’d love you to join us.
5. Rope a friend in! parkrun is better with friends, whether junior, four legged or the new ones you’ll make while you are with us!
6. Put your trainers by the door Friday night with your barcode and get ready to walk, jog or run with us!We look forward to welcoming you at 9am, every Saturday at Ottershaw Memorial Fields.
There is a professional film screening in Ottershaw village hall, once a month.The show consists of very recent cinema releases..shown on a 20ft screen which fills the proscenium with stereo sound..
To see what’s on reserve a seat are available on the web site;
or just turn up and pay at the door
Runnymede Borough Council is currently in the process of developing a Community Development Strategy to provide direction in the services it provides in the fields of sport, physical activity, recreation and leisure. This strategy will review the current level of provision in Runnymede, assess the needs of our residents and stakeholders and strive to improve facilities, opportunities and access to support our community to be healthier, happier and lead better connected lives. It will focus on services provided by and supported by Runnymede Borough Council, with a strong emphasis on sport and physical activity and the benefits to health and wellbeing.
This resident’s survey has been designed to understand the needs of our residents and their satisfaction with the current level of provision. Completing this survey will help to shape the final strategy document.
For any enquiries please contact Suzi Bowen on 01932 425677 or email@example.com
Local Ottershaw mum turned author.
“Rats on Roller Skates” by Fiona Scott
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Hannah’s back, back in time to share a drink with her community down at The Castle Public House, Ottershaw. Joined by John and Sue (Sponsors of Ottershaw-village.net). That is a heavy load of medals hanging round her neck. Apologies for the two muppets in the background.
Good luck Hannah for Tokyo 2020
GOLD 1oom Backstroke !!! Well done Hannah.
BRONZE 100m Freestyle !!! Well done again Hannah.
GOLD 50m Freestyle !!! Well done again and again Hannah.
Huge congratulations from all in Ottershaw
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Hackney Carriage (taxi) and Private Hire Licensing Policy Consultation
We have carried out a review of our hackney carriage and private hire licensing policy and propose to introduce a new policy introducing many new safeguards and procedures to bring it up to date and ensure it is fit for purpose.
This consultation seeks your views on this new policy.
We are recruiting Support Workers for a variety of Supported Living Services in and around the Surrey area.
Welmede is a person centred housing and support organisation passionate about supporting people with disabilities to pursue their chosen lifestyle.
Can you help for a few hours a week at the ‘Scout and Guide HQ at The Holt’?