Those Were The Days The Cherington Players are putting on a show in early January 2016 in aid of Shipston Home Nursing. It will be for two nights only and its focus is British Hits of the 1960’s. An era some of us may want to forget – all those youthful hormone driven embarrassments!
Thank You! The excellent events and activities of the last few weeks have provided lots of entertainment and variety and boosted the New Village Hall Fund. Many people have given time, talent and energy in bringing about their success. A huge thank you to everyone who has organised helped and supported the excellent Village Bash,… Read More
Fund Raising Round Up Travellers Tales The December Travellers Tales with Steve the Dentist was a fascinating insight to life along the Amazon but proved how badly we need a new hall! It was uncomfortable and freezing! Erica declared that the 20 or so brave souls that braved the conditions deserved medals. Spring will see… Read More
It’s Back! – The famous BIG Breakfast. Saturday 19th June 10 – 12 – Stourton Village Hall Angela, Amanda and their team of amazing assistants are again providing a fantastic BIG Breakfast in the village hall – Make sure you are hungry!
The BIG Breakfast Saturday 14th November – Village Hall The BIG Breakfast was a cheerful, busy occasion with an excellent full breakfast provided by Angela, Alf, Andrew, Amanda, Nigel and Jenny. Ben and Lucy did a fantastic job of taking orders/money and Bill and Chris were kept busy all morning washing cars. A big thank… Read More
The Breakfast Club Cherington The Bacon Sandwich, Coffee Shop and Car Wash, which takes place every Saturday between 9.30 and 11.30 has had a great start and is proving immensely popular. Aside from the fundraising it is a pleasure to see people from the villages getting together and enjoying a chat and a coffee.
Sponsored Car Washing Cherington Sponsored car washing will be taking place every Saturday morning outside the village hall at 09:30 am. The fee starts at £5.00 for a standard car with all monies collected going to the village hall ….