Nicholas Young

Nicholas Young

The original creator of the Chobham Net back in 1999. Founding director of Reaper Enterprises Ltd and Nicholas Young & Co Photography (

Wednesday, 27 March 2019 16:23

Library Direct Needs More Volunteers

Love reading? Library Direct makes books available to everyone!

Tuesday, 19 March 2019 11:50

World Hypnobirthing Day - March 2019

Paula Lavandeira is a senior midwife with more than 11 years of experience and an international Hypnobirthing teacher since 2015.

The Harlequins Foundation are committed to developing women’s rugby from grassroots to international level and our Switch programme is aimed at encouraging more girls to get involved in the sport.

Monday, 11 March 2019 14:11

Chobham Annual Parish Meeting 2019

The Annual Parish Meeting gives local residents the opportunity to hear what its parish councillors, borough councillors and county councillor have been doing over the past year.

Monday, 11 March 2019 14:06

Flowers at Chobham Festival 2019

A Splash of Colour is the theme of the three-day Flowers at Chobham Festival this autumn.

Join us this May for our annual Flower Festival taking place once again at Chobham Villlage Hall.

Become a Harlequins Hero at an October half-term rugby camps


Location: Chobham RFC
Date: 25.10.18 – 26.10.18
Time: 9:30am – 3:30pm
Age: 6-14

Cost: £85 

The Chobham RFC Harlequins October half-term community camp is the perfect way to keep kids entertained during the school holidays.

The camp, which lasts from Thursday, October 25th until Friday, October 26th is open to boys and girls aged six to 14, from complete beginners through to regular players.

This October, players who attend one of the half-term community camps have the chance to become The Community Camps Harlequins Hero of October, with an incredible prize on offer.


A Hero of the Week, who plays the game in the best spirit and with the most endeavour, will be chosen at each of the Club’s camps by Harlequins’ coaches during October. The winner from each camp will receive a trophy, and will be entered into a grand draw at the end of the half-term.


The winner of the grand prize draw will be crowned the Harlequins Hero of October and shall receive two tickets to Big Game 11, which will see Harlequins play Wasps at Twickenham Stadium on Saturday, December 29th. The winner will also get the opportunity to be involved in a guard of honour at the match.

This October is the start of a new and exciting community camps programme cycle that will have a different focus in each school holiday period. Developed by the Harlequins community team, the October camps are based on being the ‘Best Without The Ball.’ The sessions will be focussed on movement off the ball, defensive structure, tackle technique and breakdown.


All sessions are delivered with the same game-based approach which aids creativity, decision making, and player led coaching. Each camp is made to feel enjoyable and inclusive to allow participants to develop their rugby skills and gain a greater sense of teamwork, friendship and resilience.

As well as receiving expert coaching, all participants at the community camps will receive a free Harlequins gift, a chance to win Harlequins prizes and an exclusive invitation to a Harlequins training session to meet the players.
For more information please visit or contact the team on: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



Wednesday, 24 October 2018 12:22

Drop-in consultation (27th Oct and 14th Nov)

Drop-in consultation for proposed reasonably priced homes for local people on Mincing Lane

Monday, 12 February 2018 13:27

Chobham Museum AGM - March 2018

This year's Chobham Museum AGM is on Wednesday the 28th March 2018, at 7pm in the Parish Pavilion.

The meeting will be followed by a talk by the museum chairman, Collin Flower, about Films made in Chobham, including the latest one The Mercy ( Scroll down to the bottom of this page to view the official trailer for The Mercy.

Visit the museum website for more details on opening times and exhibitions, and village history .

Due to popular demand we will be holding the Flower Festival in May 2018, we look forward to welcoming visitors to enjoy the lovely arrangements and browse the other attractions. This year’s theme for the Flower Festival is ‘Memories’

The event will take place on Saturday, 19th May 2018 from 10am – 2.30pm at the Chobham Village Hall and is a much-loved event for the whole community.

On the day visitors can enjoy: A raffle of selected of table arrangements, a home-made cake stall, home-made jams & chutneys by Tina, plants, tombola, a silent auction and refreshments

Stay for refreshments whilst deciding on the arrangement you like the most in the ‘Public Vote’

All of the arrangements are donated by local churches/flower clubs, WI groups and individuals.

We look forward to seeing our regular visitors and hopefully some new visitors.

For further details call Chrissie on 01276 858067.

Event address: Chobham Village Hall, Station Road, Chobham GU24 8AQ

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