Tell us your ideas for Bishop's Waltham events and activities!
Have you ever had a bright idea about an activity or event that would be great to see happen in Bishop’s Waltham – but haven’t known where to start?
Do you think that activities like Bishop’s Waltham Bites and the Give & Take Stalls in St Georges Square are an asset to our town – would you like to see more events like these?
Have you enjoyed the Street Parties, Murder Mysteries, the Historical events in the Palace Grounds and the KidSTreat event in the High Street that have taken place in the past?
Click on the image to see the leaflet. You can also submit your ideas online using this form.
Now is your chance to find out more and to have your say about the events and services the Bishop’s Waltham Town Team provides.
We are inviting you to join us at an open forum event on Saturday 16th March in the United Free Church in Basingwell Street. The event will start at 10.30am with registration and refreshments available from 10.15am. It will finish at 11.30am with an opportunity to stay on and mix and mingle informally at the end.
If you can't make the Open Forum event we still welcome your input - please let us know your ideas through our online form.
We are a group of Bishop’s Waltham residents who are committed to promoting Bishop’s Waltham as a vibrant, social community through organising events in the town and providing services to residents and organisations. We have no affiliation to other town organisations. We operate independently but very much with the support of the Parish Council and the Chamber of Trade.
We have been in existence for over 10 years and have organised or been involved in all the activities listed above. We are all volunteers. We do what we do because we love being residents of this wonderful town and want to continue to make it a great place to live.
We would like to tell you a bit more about us and what we have done in the past. Most importantly though we would like to hear from you about what you think we should be doing in the future … and if you’d like to think about joining in with our work, that would be great too!
So now is your chance to have your say – put the date in your diary now and do come along.
Tell us more by coming along to the Open Forum on 16th March or send your ideas via our online form: