Welcome to the Shackleford website
The definitive site for the village of Shackleford in Surrey and the nearby hamlets of Hurtmore, Eashing, Peper Harow and Norney.
Here’s a small selection of what you can find on this site:
- Hundreds of photos old and new
- Facebook link
- Parish Council news
- Links to local schools
- Info on the Shop and the Village Hall
- Local contacts
- Info/photos of Eashing, Peper Harow and Hurtmore
- Old photos and maps
- Stories from the past
Looking for a stairgate please - would need it for a couple of weeks maximum later this month. Happy to purchase. Many thanks =) ... See MoreSee Less
My little hand painted winged ladies 🧚♀️ have flown back to me from Ruby’s Lakeside Cafe where they have been on display. Each little lady is now looking for her forever home. Each hand 🖐 painted fairy 🧚♀️ comes in her own little box 📦 with display easel included. They are £10 each and all have their own names. Visit ArtbyAymz.co.uk and head to artwork if you would like one.
I’m also offering 20% off all sizes of framed fine art prints and canvas prints of the Hummingbird till midnight 🕛 tonight. Use code “HumpdayHummingbird” at checkout. X
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Are You Ready for Pregnancy?
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Making a few small changes to your lifestyle can make a big difference such as being a healthy weight when you conceive, taking regular exercise, stopping smoking and taking folic acid before you become pregnant.
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Selling this second hand John Lewis cot bed (plus mattress, protector, duvet and duvet sets) for anyone interested. Can be configured as a cot or a bed. Lasted until my son was 3. 🌿 ... See MoreSee Less
🚵♀️🚵Active Travel Map now live for residents🚵🚵♀️
Surrey County Council is working to help pedestrians and cyclists so they can stay safe and social distance while they're out and about.
I have asked all my parish councils for ideas which I have submitted to the funding scheme.
The government has given councils emergency measures during the coronavirus pandemic to temporarily create wider pavements and new cycle paths to ensure people can keep a two metre distance apart from each other outside their households, and continue to use alternative ways to travel.
We have launched an interactive map to allow residents to comment on the first phase of ideas and submit their own for improvements in their area.
If you would like to send us a request for changes in your area, or see what others have suggested, please use the below map and click on 'Have your say' in the top right hand corner of the map.
In the first day we had over 132 comments and new ideas submitted, make sure you have your say here: www.surreycc.gov.uk/roads-and-transport/roadworks-and-maintenance/maintenance/roads/department-fo...
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