The Millennium Green was donated to the village by Robin Robertson-Glasgow in 2000.  It includes an open recreation area, a Play Area (with a basket ball net), goal posts, a flag pole and cycle obstacles. It has wheelchair access to the High Street and a parking area on the Cricket Club car park. Any suggestions or complaints about the Millenium Green should be made by means of the Contact page on this web site. TRUSTEES The Parish Council The Committee Chairman Nick Paige Secretary Christina Pearce Treasurer Fraser Robertson Members Sarah Abercrombie,  Isla Tuck. Michaela Parkin, Bill Palaster Geoff Parkes, Kate Freeman
As some of you may have noticed, there are some new things at the Play Area. We are pleased to have installed a low rotator on safety wetpour surface.This works like a roundabout, by pushing your body back and forwards slowly into the centre (for those of you having trouble making it go around!!). Also a hopscotch and some "shooting stars" painted on the basketball court.Each coloured star has a number on it and that is the score you receive for hooping a basket from that position. We hope the younger members of the village will enjoy these (although I have to be honest and say I've had a go!!), along with any visitors. Thank you all for your support over the years, without which, none of the above could have finally happened. On behalf of the Play Area Management Committee, enjoy.
ANNUAL FETE For details go to Activities page LEAF CLAMP The leaves in the village have been collected into a LEAF CLAMP which is situated on the left of the access path from the Main Street. Anyone is welcome to take of the compost that is created.
 the two new benches recently installed in the Millennium       play area are made from recycled plastic.
BOULES TOURNAMENT 2019 The event last year was held on 23 June and was won by Combe Hay 1. £382 was raised for the Millennium Green