Bring and Share Lunch – Sunday 11th July 2021

The Village Hall Committee are planning to host a Bring and Share Lunch on Sunday 11th July 2021.

The plan is to hold the lunch in the Village Hall and garden, but it may have to be held on the Poleaxe depending on social distancing rules in place on 11th July 2021.

More details will be provided in due course

Obviously this event is dependant on Government COVID rules and regulations


An image of red and blue bunting.


Date: Saturday 7th August 2021

 An image of red and blue bunting.


The Flower Show

We’re delighted to announce that the Flower Show will be going ahead this year! Special planning is taking place to ensure covid safety and advice is followed, and of course if government rules change then our plans will change too. But at the moment that plan is outlined below:

Everything you love about the Flower Show will be there:

–          Flower & Produce

–          Tea and cakes

–          BBQ

–          Dog show

–          Brass band

–          Hook Norton dray

  • Been baking banana bread during lockdown?  There’s a special category for you!
  • Developed your craft, artistic or engineering skills? Enter your lockdown creations!
  • Spent more time in the garden than usual? See if you can win with your flowers or vegetables!
  • Tallest sunflower and heaviest spuds – collect your seeds (and instructions) from the church porch

We will be doing as much as we can online beforehand so please keep an eye on he village website where details will be available soon or ask one of the Flower Show Committee members for more information.

The Flower Show Committee

Sue Thomas, Becky Harden, Harry & Lisa Schulz, Miles Colegrave, Penny Waddell, Julia Streeter, Nicky Smith


The Parish Council have now re-opened the Pole Axe Play area.  The following conditions apply for anyone using the Pole Axe play area



Conditions of Use

  • One adult per child.
  • Parents to bring and use hand sanitiser gel or wipes to clean their children’s hands.
  • Parents to encourage hand hygiene, particularly at the beginning and end of play.
  • Users (or parents of users) are not to touch their faces, and to cough or sneeze into a tissue or arm when a tissue is not available.
  • Adults and children are not to put their mouths on equipment or their hands in their mouths.
  • A reminder to all users, parents, guardians and carers of the need for social distancing at all times.
  • No food or drink to be consumed in  the Poleaxe and all litter to be taken home.


Parents that allow  children to use playground equipment is done at their own risk

Dated 4th July 2020