Village News

Village Fete - Big Lunch

The annual VILLAGE FETE / BIG LUNCH returns on Sunday 19th May – from 12 to 4 pm This year we hope to bring you a Grand Raffle, along with stalls from local businesses and the traditional plant, book, tombola stalls. There will be a number of games, activities and crafts on offer and refreshments (including teas, Pimms and beer) and food available to buy.      See full story...

Village Fete - Big Lunch

The annual VILLAGE FETE / BIG LUNCH returns on Sunday 19th May – from 12 to 4 pm This year we hope to bring you a Grand Raffle, along with stalls from local businesses and the traditional plant, book, tombola stalls. There will be a number of games, activities and crafts on offer and refreshments (including teas, Pimms and beer) and food available to buy.      See full story...

Church Fete Meeting

The annual CHURCH FETE / BIG LUNCH returns on Sunday 19th May to include the usual stalls, games, activities, refreshments and food. Can you VOLUNTEER to help organise, set up and run stalls on the day? If you are could spare some time to support your local community at this important event in the village calendar please come to our open meeting on Tuesday 26th MARCH @ 7:30 pm at the Rathbone Pavilion      See full story...

Village Fete - Big Lunch

The annual VILLAGE FETE - BIG LUNCH returns on Sunday 19th May - from 12 to 4 pm This year we hope to bring you a Grand Raffle, along with stalls from local businesses and the traditional plant, book, tombola stalls. There will be a number of games, activities and crafts on offer and refreshments (including teas, Pimms and beer) and food available to buy.      See full story...

Rolling Supper 2019

Rolling Supper in North Waltham Saturday 2nd March 2019 Tickets £15 Tickets from Barbara McLaughlin 2 St Michael’s Close tel. 397658 barbaram16@btinternet.com or Jane Keene, 4 St Michael’s Close, lavaljane@hotmail.com      See full story...

Cuckoo Meadow Play area swings

Unfortunately, we have had to take the large swings out of service on safety grounds. The horizontal support beam holding up the swings was showing some rotation in use and on inspection it was found that one of the retaining bolts locking the beam in position has fractured. We are now investigating scope for repair or replacement.      See full story...