Village Hall Jubilee Window Boxes - just planted
Spot the ladybird!
Bee with pollen loads
Active Quarndon bees
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'Clean for the Queen' takes place from 10am to 12pm on Saturday 21st May. More »
Help Quarndon look spick and span for the Jubilee
Come along for lots of fun jobs, plus cake!
See the poster for more information, or email
Posted: Tue, 17 May 2022 11:37 by Clare Turner
Quarndon will be celebrating Her Majesty the Queen's Platinum Jubilee in royal style with an afternoon of food, fancy dress, friendship and fun on the afternoon of Sunday 5th June. More »
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Meanwhile get planning your picnic and designing your prize-winning costume. All ages!
Posted: Thu, 12 May 2022 14:32 by Clare Turner
Positions marked on map-
1. On stream banks and by footbridge over stream at north end of Bath Plantation.
2. Beside gate between field just south of Park Nook.
3. Where footpath emerges onto The Common at Park Nook.
4. On the verge on the south side of The Common by field gateway at Park Nook.
There may also be growths of Giant Hogweed in other locations around the Parish, so please be alert and take care.
Although attractive to look at this plant is not one to go near, and certainly not brush against as its sap can cause burns. It contains furocoumarin, an organic chemical compound which makes skin extremely sensitive to sunlight. Sap on the skin plus sunshine can lead to painful and long-lasting burns.
The landowners are dealing with this unwelcome visitor. In the meantime, please take note of the warning signs and give it a wide berth.
For more information on Giant Hogweed follow the Woodland Trust link https://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/blog/2019/06/giant-hogweed-facts/ » Less
Posted: Thu, 28 Apr 2022 10:03 by Matthew Pitt