The next Parish Walk will take place on Sunday 22nd October at 2.30pm from the Boreham Village Hall. Tea, coffee and cake will be served after the walk in the village hall. All are welcome.
Parishioners of Boreham are invited to a public consultation meeting regarding our Neighbourhood plan
21st September at 8pm in the Lord Perry Hall, Boreham Village Hall
Come along to find out about the Neighbourhood Plan, how you can be involved and how we can move forward as a community to protect the future of Boreham Parish.
There will be four areas of information/consultation:
Environment and Heritage
Facilities and Infrastructure
Come along and ask some questions! This is your opportunity to take an interest in your community.
Ivor Hay, Play Equipment Supervisor, retires on 31st August, from working for Boreham Parish Council after 22 years of service. Ivor has proved to be indispensable over the years turning his hand to any and every repair and maintenance project passed his way. His attention to detail and huge expanse of knowledge will be greatly missed. Everyone at Boreham Parish Council wishes him a long, happy and healthy retirement – it has been well earned.
Play in the Park takes place this Wednesday (2nd August) between 1:30 and 3:30pm on the Recreation Ground for children aged between 3 and 11. In addition to this the children’s centre will be providing activities for 0 – 5 year olds also completely free!!!!
Please note the following information:
All children must register when they arrive, before taking part in any activities.
Under 6s must be supervised by an adult parent/guardian throughout the whole session. One adult can supervise a maximum of three children during a session.
Under 8s must be dropped off and picked up by an adult. The adult will need to set up a password with us and provide the same password when collecting the child.
Over 8s are free to come and go without an adult, but must provide any relevant medical information and emergency contact details when registering.
Your child will need suitable clothing for playing games, and be prepared for any weather. They will also need to bring a drink with them.
If your child wishes to leave a Play in the Park session, a play worker will call you on the emergency contact number you have provided. If your child decides to leave of their own accord, play workers are not allowed to use physical force to ensure they stay.
You can also download a full Play in the Park Programme by using the link below
Sunday 30th July Meeting at Village Hall and St Andrews’s Church at 2:30pm
Please click on the link below for more information