New to Paganhill Community Cafe is the Crochet Group organized by Carol Sullivan. They are here every Friday now from 1-5. Newcomers welcome.
Ricky our volunteer with the
We are benefiting by his cheery presence.
Archway School students start off the Stroud Climate Breakdown March, Friday 15thMarch. School students across the world were also marching to tell their Governments to take the Climate Breakdown seriously, and fulfil their obligations to reduce carbon emissions to zero and protect their future.
Paganhill Arch serves as assembly point from which Archway School students march to meet Marling School students. Together they formed a vocal presence walking along Cainscross Road to Wallbridge. Here they held a rally despite the rain.
With a drummer at the front, students and supporters then marched on up to King and George Streets, returning to Wallbridge for a further rally.
Do you regularly see wildlife in Paganhill and Farmhill?
We know Bats, Roe Deer, Badgers, Hedgehogs, Green Woodpeckers, Foxes, Fieldfare, and songbirds love the trees, brambles, fields
Often we see Buzzards and Sparrow Hawks overhead, tussling with the Crows and Gulls.
We would like to hear your stories, see your pictures, and know your concerns about their welfare. Contact us below about any ideas you have to protect them, and send in your pictures.
We celebrated pancake day early by having it a our Friday Community Cafe.
Cooking especially today is Ela, she has been kept busy in the kitchen all afternoon.
The pancakes were very filling and enjoyed by all
Debbie, Liz, and Gabby Paganhill Residents joining in at the Friday Cafe.
There is a great welcome every Friday with a varied menu. Come on down for a bite.
The refurbishments to the Council properties in the Mathews Way area have put back plans to begin developing a garden site partially designed already.
However, the positive news is that we have more time to consult with tenants and design gardens according to what they would like to see and live with outside their homes.
PCG gardening group is still working on ideas and designs. So, if you have concerns, ideas, brainwaves, and skills you would like us to know about, please contact us with the contact form below
Would you like to join in with Paganhill Community group activities and help make a difference in our community?
Can you spare an hour occasionally or join in every week, any amount of time welcome.
These are some of the activities you might like to join in with –
For more information, contact us below
Today at the Community Cafe and on the 14th December we have a wreath workshop. Sign up to create a beautiful wreath of your own. Bring along special bows and ribbons to add personal touches.
Wreathes are only £10 each and every penny will go to the Community Cafe to help volunteers provide a service to the people of Paganhill.