What better day than this to announce ‘Your Waverley’s’ Eggs-citing Easter news!

Having crucified Farnham’s Famous Fearless Five on the altar of developer Crest Nicholson – you  have all been warned – to keep it zipped in future!

The moral of the everyday  tale of Waverley folk is really quite simple.

We do it their way! Or we will be severely punished!

So forget the Easter bunnies and happy chicks – let’s watch the ‘Your Waverley’ bully boys beat Farnham’s FFF senseless – take ‘their’ money and stuff it back into ‘our coffers.’ Make our residents  squirm to ensure that just like all those other organisations that have DARED to challenge the authority of ‘Your Waverley’ they have and will be,  well and truly crushed.

So, let this be a lesson to you over there in the East. Forget your Legal Challenges and your Judicial Reviews. Forget your memorial football grounds where your sportsmen, women and children once  played – because ‘Your Waverley’  – has plans you know nothing about … YET!

Poke a stick at the Bully Boy Bear at your peril! You have been warned!

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Fear not Farnham’s FF Five. You made a stand – you did not lose – you were not given the opportunity to even begin your  David & Goliath type fight. You courageously poked a big stick at the Big Waverley Bear, and for that you deserve the support of everyone who is proud to call themselves a Waverley resident.  You fought for the sort of town centre Farnham residents deserve, not what ‘Your Waverley” and ‘Your Surrey” decide to inflict upon them! 

You have experienced both triumph and disaster and to quote Kipling – have treated those two imposters just the same.

Anyone can be a good winner. The sign of a great man or woman is how you handle deafeat. It is now up to the people of Waverley – to help you to handle that defeat and the punishment ‘Your Waverley’ intends to inflicted upon you. To-day it is Farnham’s fight lost – but tomorrow it could be Haslemere, Godalming or Cranleigh!

Read the Farnham Theatre Newsletter here:

http://www.farnhamtheatre.co.uk/Documents/Newsletter_50.pdf

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