As part of a family that is passionate about the authentic pub experience, we believe that being part of the local community is key to achieving this. That’s why we like to support the local community in a variety of ways…
East Clandon Village Fete
Saturday 17th June from 2:15pm
The Annual East Clandon Village Fete is once again being held in the grounds of Home Farm, Ripley Road, East commencing at 2.15 p.m.
Among the attractions are two tombolas, face painting, wet the wally, football games, golf games, western bar, darts, toys, books and videos, home-made produce, bric-a-brac, treasure hunt, rolling balls, coins in a bucket, splat the rat, smash the egg, bran tub and many other stalls. Live music and entertainment from maypole dancers from Clandon School. Supervised train rides on the ‘Funtime Express’ for scenic trips around the paddocks.
Refreshments are available in the form of delicious home-made cakes, cups of tea, Pimm’s, locally-brewed beer and soft drinks. Ample parking. All proceeds are split between Cherry Trees, the Parochial Church Council and the Village Hall.
For further information contact Helen on 01483 222507 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Guildford Lions club Opera in the park
Sunday 9th July from 6pm at Hatchlands Park
The Guildford Lions are very kindly organising this spectacular outdoor concert to raise money for Cherry Trees, including fantastic operatic arias from popular musicals, such as – Carmen ~ Don Giovanni ~ Magic Flute ~ La Boheme ~ Tosca ~ Rigoletto ~ Les Miserables ~ West Side Story ~ and many more.
The event will be held on the lawn at Hatchlands Park, raising funds for Cherry Trees and Guildford Lions Club. The evening’s entertainment will be provided by Andy Hart and his Music Works Team, including West End performers with a fifty voice choir.
Set up your Picnic from 6pm concert starts at 7pm.
Tickets £25.00 per person, parking free.
For further information or to make a booking please contact Helen on 01483 222507 or email at email@example.com
Here at The Queen’s Head we are proud supporters of Cherry Trees, helping raise funds for the important work that they do just around the corner from us here in East Clandon.
Cherry Trees provides home from home respite care for children and young people with severe learning and physical disabilities. They recognise that these children are best looked after at home but, because of their very special needs, they require very special care, often 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
It’s not surprising then that from time to time both they and their families need a break. Cherry Trees is that special place, providing professional care in a safe and loving environment, where every child is valued for who they are.
It is a community that values them and enables them to spend time with friends whilst their families have a much-needed break.
Set in the peaceful village of East Clandon, just round the corner from us, Cherry Trees provides a high quality service within a relaxed and caring setting.
Founded in 1980 by a group of parents and doctors, Cherry Trees has become a lifeline for the families of more than 100 children and young people who are regularly cared for there – for a few hours, a weekend or even a couple of weeks.
To find out more about Cherry Trees, or to get involved, please visit their website