We hope you like the new-look front page and the new features we have added to the site. It represents a new direction for us: more focused on the needs of Garway today, and ready to take up the cudgels on behalf of the community.
The Local Issues is a place where your views can be aired and shared. Local Arts and Entertainment will receive more coverage, and in Wha'ts On and Regular Features you will find all the important information about local activities and services gathered in one place for your reference - right here on Garway Online.
It's all part of our central purpose to foster community involvement in local democracy and engender a lively community spirit in the Garway local area.
Here at Garway Online we keep our ears to the ground, seeking out the local stories you want to read about. If it's News in Garway you can expect to read it here - but we are only human and we might not get to hear about everything. If you have a story you would like to share with your neighbours, or just something you would like to alert us about, please contact us.
Whats happening in the garden by Julie Mitchley.
Nature Notes by John Pullen.
South Wye Police briefing.
Been to a local show or concert? Tell us here.
Listed below are our regular features which we hope you will enjoy reading and we would welcome your comments or any articles you would like to see.
For latest information see www.Garwaylive.com
There is a Post Office in the Village Hall between 9.00 am and 11.00 am every Tuesday.
Will be open in the Village Hall at the Garway Market which is held on the first Thursday of each month from 3.00 to 5.00 pm.
Come to the Garway Pub Quiz on the last Sunday of each month in the Garway Moon.
Garway Flicks in the Sticks is back with an exciting monthly programme of films to fill those darkening autumn evenings.
Programmes start at 7.30pm in the Village hall. The INTERVAL is back ? giving you time to chat and eat our delicious homemade cakes.
Do come along and support your village cinema ? it is only £4.50 a ticket!
ARCHENFIELD ARTS - COMMUNITY FESTIVAL
Saturday 24th October 2015 in St Weonards Church from 11.30 am till 4.30 pm