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To view the full list of events click on the month or year.
Please email details of any events happening in Hayes and the surrounding area to us.

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Coming Soon...
Saturday, May 7
10:00 AM Friends of Hayes Parks AGM

Welcome To HayesVillage.org.uk!
Website for the Hayes (Kent) Village Residents Association, in Bromley
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Welcome to HayesVillage.org.uk, the website for the Hayes (Kent) Village Residents Association (HVA) that represents over 2,500 of the 4,000 households in Hayes in the London Borough of Bromley.

The website is currently administered by a sub-committee of the Hayes Village Association committee.
Please send any emails about planning and other local issues to the following people: HVA Secretary and HVA Chair

NB If you require any changes to your entry, please send an email (with page title/entry name as email subject - thank you)

Join the Hayes (Kent) Village Residents Association

Hayes Village Association - Facebook (under development)


New Hayes Village Association website (under development)

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HVA Snow Friends info
HVA Snow Friends now in operation

click this link to join HVA Snow Friendsemail us

Check to see if your road is treated by downloading this file

Keep an eye on the Metoffice Weather Alerts and Hayes Village Weather Station also the Bromley Gritters
MetCheck now has a weekly Snow Discussion

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Dates for your diary (see Calendar as well)
HVA Events:


April 2016 HVA Review issue number 225 is available

14/4/2016 HVA AGM 20:00 Hayes Village Hall Speaker from Pensionwise, the newly set up free impartial Government service providing guidance and information on the new Pension options available


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Hayes Community Events:


20/5/2016 Hayes Lights Fundraiser 19:00 Bingo Evening at Hayes Village Hall; entry by 5 ticket only, available from Crown Roast, Station Approach or via email
Our very small committee is presently without a chairman but we need to raise at least 1,500 to light up Hayes this Christmas so please come along to this fun event with your friends (Bring your own drinks & nibbles and don't forget glasses & corkscrew)



11 June 2016 Hayes Fair 12:00-16:30 Baston House School, Baston Road For health and safety reasons no dogs can be admitted to the Fair or the car park



26 Nov 2016 Hayes Christmas Lights 15:00-17:30 The New Inn, Station Approach
further details available later in year
New committee members always welcome



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Hayes Lights web page
Xmas Tree image
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Hayes Village Weather Station
The Hayes Village Weather Station really is showing local weather, as it is run from a site in Hayes.


Netweather.tv forcast:
Weather

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Created on 04/02/2003 10:24 AM by install
Updated on 14/04/2016 04:54 AM by webHVAweb
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Announcements

PROPOSED CLOSURE OF THE CHARTWELL UNIT INPATIENTS WARD

Posted by: webHVAweb on 06/04/2016 09:07 AM (Read: 31)
Date : 04/04/2016 - 12:58
Subject : PROPOSED CLOSURE OF THE CHARTWELL UNIT INPATIENTS WARD

Dear Supporter,

The proposal to close the inpatients ward has been put on hold and patients requiring inpatient care will continue to be treated on the inpatient ward. Outpatient care is completely unaffected by the proposal.

The senior management team are now working with The Chartwell Cancer Trust Charity and the Clinicians who work in the unit. Over the next two weeks the management team will undertake a detailed review of the care and services provided to all patients who are admitted to the Chartwell inpatient Ward. The review will be chaired by a senior consultant and will help identify what services are required by patients on the PRUH site.

No decisions about the future of the ward will be made until the review is completed. The information collated will be used to write a clinical strategy document for cancer and leukaemia services at the PRUH and this will be shared with all appropriate stakeholders.

We will keep you up to date as this project progresses.

It is our intention to resist any inappropriate changes to the services provided in the Chartwell Unit. If you wish to express your opinion please write to us at the address below or email your thoughts. We welcome all constructive comment.

Kind regards,

Michael Douglas

Trustee
The Chartwell Cancer Trust
Tel: 01959 570322

The Chartwell Cancer Trust Ltd. Room 1 Aileen McHugo Building, Westmore Green, Tatsfield, Westerham, Kent TN16 2AG.

Chartwell Cancer Trust website
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Recycle your empty printer cartridges to raise funds for RNLI

Posted by: webHVAweb on 18/05/2015 09:39 AM (Read: )
The Bromley, West Wickham and Hayes branch of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) is recycling empty printer cartridges in Freepost envelopes and for larger volumes, recycling boxes.
When these boxes are full, a telephone call to Recycling4Charity results in the box being collected and a new box being provided.
Alternatively, you can send an email and Dan Brownlee, a Recycling Ambassador for the RNLI, will arrange collection. If you are a private individual or a business, you can help us by being part of this scheme.
It's easy and not time consuming, and in addition to being environmentally friendly, it raises vitally needed funds for the saving of lives at sea and on the River Thames. Not many people are aware that the nearest lifeboat station is only 13 miles away, and 10 minutes walk from Charing Cross Station. This is the Tower Lifeboat Station which is one of four lifeboat stations on the River Thames, and is the busiest lifeboat station in the United Kingdom.