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Village Newsletter for June & July - This is now available on the Newsletter section of the website.  The most recent update from Katharine House Hospice is also available in the "Others" tab of the Newsletters section of the website.

Village Gathering on 7 July - Plans are being made for another village get-together in early Summer.  The provisional date is Sunday 7 July.  There should be fun activities for all ages on the cricket field, and a barbecue on The Green.  Save the date and watch out for more details to follow!

Exhibition at Forge Coffee in June - Ginny Staniford, a Culworth resident, is a textile artist.  She has an exhibition and sale of her work running throughout June at Forge Coffee.  The Exhibition is launched on Sunday 2 June between 3pm and 5pm, and includes free cake!  50% of the proceeds of any sales during the month will be going to support the Ukrainian orphans project which is just part of the charitable work undertaken over the past couple of years by Steve, landlord of The Star Inn at Sulgrave.  He will be on hand on Sunday to talk about the work in Ukraine.  Please consider supporting this very worthwhile cause!  See the poster in Relevant Documents below for more information.

Culworth Cricket Club - please see the Cricket Club section of this website for a copy of their latest Newsletter from Jim Powell.  They have home matches on 8th & 16th June, and all are welcome to come along and watch.  Bring your own folding chair and sunglasses!

St Mary's Church - The Revd Karen Jongman will be retiring from the local Benefice which includes Culworth, at the end of June.  Her final service will be a Benefice Holy Communion at Moreton Pinkney at 10am on Sunday 30 June.  Her last service in Culworth will be the 9.30am Holy Communion on Sunday 23 June.  We wish Karen a long and happy retirement. 

Children's Play Area - please be mindful of the need for parents or guardians to accompany their children when they are using the play equipment on the cricket field, and also that the Banbury Lane neighbours "over the fence" need to be able to enjoy their gardens without excessive noise disturbing the peace.

Ability Bus Service - From 7th May, the Ability Bus Service will once again be providing a weekly bus service on Tuesday or Thursday, running into Banbury town centre, the supermarkets, or Gateway Retail park.  The route includes Culworth, and the service can be used with a concessionary bus pass, or a fare will be charged for non-pass holders.  Please ring 01327 604123 to book or visit www.abilitycic.org.uk for more information.

 

Welcome to Culworth Parish Council's website.  Our aim is to give you easy access to information relating to both the Parish Council and the village itself.  

The Council is currently made up of seven elected or co-opted members from across our community.  The Councillors bring a wide range of outside experience to their work and are ably supported by the Parish Clerk. 

We represent a lively community fortunate enough to live in a beautiful part of Northamptonshire. Culworth is a thriving village with a primary school, popular pub, a butcher, and coffee shop. The village has come together memorably in the last few years to celebrate both local events and national milestones, and can doubtless support the development of other clubs and activities so that there is plenty to do and enjoy for everyone.  The recent addition of the Children's Playground and Fitness Equipment on the Hill Field shows what can be achieved with enthusiasm and support from the Parish Council.

The Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin serves the community as part of a group of parishes which also includes Chipping Warden, Edgcote, and Moreton Pinkney.

We hope you will enjoy exploring our website and find what you are looking for. If you don’t please tell us – the site is here to help you.

Councillor Andrew Wilby

Chair

Culworth Village Calendar