Mar 172017

The Woodland Trust is organising a Giant Easter Egg Hunt in Common Wood on Saturday 22 April, 12 – 3pm and Tuesday 18th April, after school.

Giant Easter Eggs have been made by the children at Tylers Green Middle School and hidden around the woods, with some clues. Find the answers to the clues and you get a yummy Chocolate Easter Egg at the end.

Details of the event will soon be going onto the Woodland Trust Web Site., and we are posting more information on this website when we get it!!
Wicker Egg 2

Mar 162017

VILLAGE butcher Joe Gleeson and his family are paying for a village defibrillator as a thank you to the community for the magnificent way it came together to fight to save his shop from closure.

Hundreds of people flooded the council with letters and petitions when Joe’s landlord wanted to redevelop the shop in such a way that would put Joe out of business. It was that support that persuaded the council and then a Government planning inspector to reject the application.

“As a family and a local business we were truly humbled by the support shown to us by the community,” writes Joe. “It is impossible to thank everyone personally, but as a token of our appreciation we are both honoured and delighted to be funding the external defibrillator at the village hall.”

The publicly accessible defibrillator, which can play a vital life-saving role for people suffering cardiac arrests, will be fixed to the village hall wall.
Thanks to Peter Brown’s Village Blog, published on 2nd March

Mar 122017

We had a very successful Craft Fair yesterday so thank you to everyone who supported us.  We hope that you found something to interest you.  I know I came home with a packet of fudge (irresistible in our house)!   Our cake stall sold out very quickly and I’m told that the refreshments did well too so we’ll have to bake twice the quantity next time.

We had one or two enquiries about membership.  Our website is at and has our programme and details of some of our activities.  Alternatively visit our facebook page (/pennandtylersgreeneveningwi) or send us an email to . Our summer outing takes in a silk mill and a gin distillery so we’re not all tea and cakes!

Feb 202017

The P&TGRS is looking for Residents who would like to support our community. If you like to get things done, or have management experience, or a background in Administration, Finance, Social media, Marketing & Communications etc, please think about joining us. There is more information if you click on ‘About us’ and go to Resident’s Society, tabs above.

If you are interested and would like to know more about the activities we undertake, please either email Gill Markham on info -at- pennandtylersgreen -dot- org -dot- uk or call our Chairman, Miles Green on 01494 815589,

We look forward to hearing from you!!

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