It is with great sadness that we saw the passing of Cllr Nigel Wren earlier this week.
Nigel had been battling cancer for several years and was a firm example of someone fighting back very hard. Treatment included many lengthy stays at both QA and University Hospital Southampton and he was due to undergo stem cell replacement shortly.
Nigel spoke very highly of every part of his care and support and also helped to secure grant funding for improvements in the wards.
I was so very sorry to hear of Nigel’s death. Nigel fought hard against the cancer for two and a half years but sadly lost the battle yesterday. My thoughts at this time are with his family and particularly his wife Brenda. Cllr Sara Schillemore
Hazleton Country Supplies which relocated from Hazleton Farm to Clanfield a short while ago is a family business he set up and ran. Along with his business which served the local community he was also a HORNDEAN Parish Councillor and a Clanfield District Councillor. Brenda and the family will be in our thoughts.
Please feel free to leave comments on this blog post to pay tribute to Nigel.
HORNDEAN Parish Council are holding their AGM on Monday 8th April at 7:00pm at Jubilee Hall. One of the agenda items is Aquind whre representatives of Aquind will be present. As always all are welcome.
CVRA would like local residents and supporters to Save the Date of Saturday 22nd June 2019 for their Summer ‘Big Lunch’. Tickets will be available from the 1st May and I will post an update blog when they are available.
The sun is booked again for this year 🙂
The South Down Group would like to invite you to their next meeting – “Help Our Hedgehogs. As always all are very welcome!
The local Neighbourhood Policing Team would like to welcome you to their next surgery on Friday 15th March at HORNDEAN library 17:00 to 18:00
Wall to Wall Media who produce ‘Who Do You Think You Are’, ‘Back In Time’, and other series are about to commence filming a new series over the school summer holidays.
They are looking for a new family from the Hampshire area to ‘go back in time’ immersing their selves in the past world of rural village life. As such they are particularly keen to hear from families with memories of and connections to the countryside and village life.
Further details below!