Jubilee Celebrations

Jubilee Celebrations

The Fentham Hall was looking amazing for our recent Jubilee celebrations!  Eve Hickman and our wonderful volunteers put on a celebratory afternoon tea for our Lunch Club and everyone enjoyed having their photos taken with a cardboard cut-out of the Queen! The Lunch...
Rejuvenation of Wild Flower Meadow

Rejuvenation of Wild Flower Meadow

Work begins today on the rejuvenation of our wildflower meadow which is situated at the bottom end of the arboretum next to the stream.  The wildflower meadow was created over ten years ago by Ray Parker and Dave Grimshaw and has been maintained each year by the...
Cricket Bat Willow

Cricket Bat Willow

Most people don’t realise that the Trust owns a number of the fields around the village, purchased over the years to prevent development.  One of these fields is behind the houses on Meriden Road and Diddington Lane.  The Trustees have recently decided to plant...
Lunch Club Reunited

Lunch Club Reunited

Hampton’s senior Wednesday lunch club were reunited in June after 19 months!  Stuart Dimes blessed the tree that the Fentham Trust planted in memory of dearly departed members.  This was followed by a wonderful lunch made by Adam from The Corner Shop.  Thank...
Free well-being talks

Free well-being talks

The George Fentham Trust and the Cameron Grant Memorial Trust are sponsoring a series of FREE wellbeing talks by Moodlifter: – One-hour interactive talks with practical strategies to boost mental health and flourish. – Come away with an understanding of...