Please can everyone keep a look out, especially in the centre of Bagshot
for a black and white cat, Jasper, who managed to escape from his basket
before getting into the Windlebrook Vets. This happened yesterday (Monday)
lunchtime, so he could have travelled a little way by now. He was last
sited running into the carparks behind The Village Cafe/Howlands. He is
long haired and has a scratch on his nose as he had been in a fight, hence
the visit to the vets. He comes from Camberley, so will be disorientated.
TYhe family are distraught, so please let me know if you have had any
sitings of a different cat in your neighbourhood. All information
gratefully received. Please can you alert neighbours and friends on
Facebook as well. Thank you.
The next Neighbourhood Police Panel Meeting will be on Wednesday 25th JUly
7.30pm at The Brook Church. All welcome. The last meeting was well
attended when the burning topic was speeding vehicles in the village. Have
you got a burning issue to bring to the attention of the police but never
manage to make that phone call to 101? All welcome.
Bagshot Community Pre-school would like to invite you to their Farm Fun Day
this coming Friday 13th July 12.30 - 3pm on the Bagshot School playing
field. There will be a petting farm, bouncy castles, face painting, games
and stalls, a fire engine and wonderful refreshments. Everyone is welcome
see also bagshotvillage.com for what is happening in Bagshot