Yateley is celebrating Civic Day this year. Celebrations start on the 3rd June with the Party on the Green and conclude on Civic Day the 17th June with an Open Day at Yateley Hall. Click here to see poster: Yateley Civic Day
The national theme for Civic Day this year is Conservation Areas, commemorating 50 years since the passing of the Civic Amenities Act (1967) which enabled Conservation Areas to be set up. Yateley has three Conservation areas Yateley Green, Cricket Hill and Darby Green and we are providing guided walks in each plus a night walk at Castle Bottom SSSI. The guided walks will be as follows:-
Darby Green. Monday 5th June at 19.30. Meet in the car park at the Darby Green Centre. Refreshments provided afterwards. Donation of £1 is requested.
Church End Green walk. Thursday 8th June at 14.00. Meet outside the Dog and Partridge. We end up at cCafé 46. Donation of £1 requested.
Cricket Hill. Wednesday 14th June at 10.30. Meet outside the Cricketers on Cricket Hill. Donation of £1 requested.
Castle Bottom walk. Thursday 15th June at 20.30. Meet at Coopers Hill entrance. Parking at Coopers Hill is restrictive so we are providing a Yelabus service from The Tythings car park. Donation of £2 will be required.
For guided walks poster click here: Yateley Civic Day Walks
Numbers are limited for the walks so book early via email to – email@example.com
The celebrations will also include both a Creative Writing competition and a photographic competition. Entry details below:-
Photographic Competition click here: Yateley Civic Day photo
Creative Writing Competition click here: Yateley Civic Day CW
Saturday the 17th June is Civic Day and we are concluding our celebrations with guided tours of Yateley Hall a Grade II* listed building. For details click here for poster: Y Hall open day
Numbers are restricted so book early via email to firstname.lastname@example.org