Our new Interactive notice board

The board gives a brief historical overview of the Parish

The next project is to improve the footpath access from Lower Street to the car park

The Queen's 90th Birthday

To mark the occasion the Parish held an afternoon tea party. Great to see so many attend and wow did we eat....sandwiches (fit for a queen) scones, tea cakes , cakes sausage rolls..... 

All made by the good people of the parish to share.

Makes you proud to be a member of our community.

We did the Queen proud and ended the day with three cheers for the Queen and the great British raffle .

 


Today Margaret Kitt  officially opened the new Play Equipment. An enormous amount of time and effort has been given during the last three years that resulted in £6,000 being raised  match funded by the Primary school. .  

 

Thank you

 




New play equipment, fabulous new castle. An enormous thanks for all the fund raising that has meant a dream became a reality. The official "opening" will take place Saturday 23rd April at 3.00 O'clock

 



 


Some trial testing is required

 

 




 Parish Councillor Vacancy

We currently have a vacancy on the Parish Council

If you are interested do please make contact with our clerk:-

Mrs Joan Johns

tel  856951

e-mail joanjohns@beinternet.com


Coffee Mornings

We shall continue with the coffee mornings holding them on the first wednesday of the month.

Now includes a "Bring and Share" book stall.

Everything Free !!!

In the village Hall from 10.00-11.00


 Some of this years Fun Day pictures

(thank you Alyson)

Just over £500 was raised. Any Parish clubs/organisations wishing to apply for a grant please contact our clerk .

An enormous thank you to everyone than helped and went


 Do you have any news you would like to share with the Parish, forthcoming events you would like to have posted on the site.

send details to simon@oldawaybarn.eclipse.co.uk