The Sandy Hill Bungalow is a community resource that provides a range of services, activities and meeting spaces for people of all ages. Our aim is to provide recreational, learning, business and social activities, which are accessible and affordable.
As a non-profit organisation, we are a growing facility with lots of possibilities, so why not come and join in with one of our activities, or start a group of your own?
The centre also has a number of rooms available for hire for meetings, parties or events, which you can find out more about here.
Our Timebank builds on the great community spirit in Farnham. It is a way for people to help others and be rewarded for it – in time.For every hour of time you give helping someone, you receive one time credit which you can exchange when you need help from someone else.
Visit Farnham Area Timebank now - click here
£10,000 funding over the next 2 years from the Peoples Health Trust will facilitate a gardening project for local families at the Bungalow in Upper Hale.
The garden will be the community’s to design, create and maintain and will encourage active participation and control by engaging residents as volunteers to plant and maintain the garden in accessible, raised beds and make nutritious meals from what is produced.
Visit our Community Garden Blog to see the progress made in the garden this year
Farnham Herald week ending 19th January 2018
Friday, 19 January 2018 By Farnham Herald in Community News
A FARNHAM community group held a successful craft morning last week to thank its donors for their generous financial support in 2017.
The Sandy Hill Inclusive Partnership (SHIP) hosted the arts and crafts session at Sandy Hill Community Bungalow to mark the end of a busy week of activities for families during the school holidays.
The Farnham Rotary Club attended the event and presented the community group with a cheque.
SHIP chairperson Melissa Ellenden said: “We had a brilliant time. Forty-five people came for the lunch and the go-karting was a massive success.” She said the money from the Rotary Club will be put towards future events and holidays.
SHIP is a group of local residents and agencies working together to improve outcomes for residents of the Sandy Hill estate.Read More