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PLATINUM JUBILEE TREE

Planted 4 March 2022 by Julie Barham accompanied by two and four legged villagers.

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Peaslake kicked off Jubilee celebrations on the fourth of March when Julie Barham planted a Copper Beech sapling on the Hurtwood just behind Saint Mark’s Church and close to the cemetery path.

Julie is one of five Peaslake Community Council Chairs. She tirelessly kept villagers in touch with local news during the Covid lockdowns. She was joined by Anne Heyes and Adrienne Golightly (fellow PCC Chairs) along with villagers both two legged and four legged.

Julie wielded her spade with gusto. Martyn Warrell provided planting know-how and Maggie, the dog, helped with digging. David Williams captured the moment with his camera.

There is no shortage of trees in Peaslake. But this little one is special. It recognises a long reign of service and duty. Long live the tree!

NEXT MEETING

4 July 2022

Come and join us!

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PLATINUM JUBILEE STREET PARTY

What a Day!

Peaslake Parties!

FAST BROADBAND 

Coming Soon to Peaslake.

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FUTURE USE OF PEASLAKE  FARM FIELDS

See Surrey Wildlife Trust's Initial Proposal. Presented to Villagers on 7 April prior to discussion by their Board.

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