Campaigners hoping to save Grade II-listed the Cabinet pub in Reed attended another pop-up pub night last weekend – fresh off the back of a village survey showing strong support for the pub to be reinstated.
The campaign to save Grade II-listed The Cabinet at Reed from being turned permanently into a house has been given a boost by the parish council.
Campaigners in Reed are launching a new fundraising effort in preparation for the next phase of their fight to prevent their Grade-II village pub being turned permanently into a house.
A Reed campaign group fighting to stop their village pub being permanently turned into a house have been given the news they have waited for almost a year to hear.
A group of Reed school mates have been busy raising money for a charity which provides children and their families with clean water to drink.
Reed campaigners fighting to save their 400-year-old pub are asking supporters to “demonstrate the strength of feeling in the community” to stop the site being permanently turned into housing.
The founder of Reed Choir is thrilled that the group have been shortlisted for a prestigious prize in a national competition.
The group campaigning to save a 400-year-old Reed pub from being permanently turned into a house has been celebrating the success of their fundraising pop-up pub night on Saturday.
Youngsters from Reed First School headed out to Royston on Sunday armed with an owl, banner, buckets and lots and lots of chocolate!
Cairn terrier Ellie-May and her owner Geri Robinson came top of a category at Crufts 2017.