The Bards Ride and Walk Sat May 18th

The Bards Ride charity bike ride is taking place on Saturday 18th May, starting at The Hall.

It’s a great day out, cycling around the glorious Warwickshire countryside through picturesque villages and past the Edge Hill battlefields.

The Bard’s Bluebell Walk is a lovely walk around pretty countryside with a choice of 3, 5, and 7-mile walks. 

**Breakfast, lunch and drinks will be available at the start and finish at our lovely Village Hall!

Cyclists can find more information about the two Rides (25 miles and 100km), at their website www.bardsride.co.uk

The direct link to Registration is: https://www.riderhq.com/…/f/bards-ride-and-walk-2024

There are QR codes on the poster – follow this for a quick link to registration.

Facebook:@bardsride Twitter:@bardsride Instagram: bardsride

Coffee Shop this Saturday May 11th 10.30 – 12.00

Coffee Shop Saturday May 11th from 10.30 – 12.00

There will be a cake stall in aid of Cherington Church Flowers plus teas coffee, hot chocolate and the usual bacon baps.

Take away drinks will also be available.

Take away drinks will also be available.

May’s Farmers’ Market This Thursday

May’s Farmers’ Market is on Thursday 2nd from 6 – 8pm

You will have noticed the new signs …!

Sourdough bread, olives, special cheese, pies and preserves…there is something for everyone! 

See below for a selection of this month’s stall holders.

The popular The Catchy Fish will be providing supper. Eat in or take away.

Catch up with friends at our licensed bar at the same time.

This month’s stall holders include:

Tempted? Come along and see for yourselves!

To find out more about this month’s stall holders keep an eye on the North Cotswolds Farmers Market FB page.

Note that you will also have the opportunity to vote in the Police and Crime Commissioner Election (don’t forget ID).

Baby and Child First Aid 12th May

Would you know what to do in an emergency?

2 hour Baby and Child First Aid Course is being held on Sunday 12th May at 10am.

See below for details.

Last Pop Up Pub This Friday

Last Pop Up Pub Before the The Cherington Opens is on Friday April 26th

The next, and last, Pop Up Pub before our village pub, The Cherington, opens its doors in May, will be at here on Friday April 26th from 18.00.

Everyone welcome.

Pre-Loved Clothes Sale AND Coffee Shop this Saturday

Pre-loved and Nearly New clothes Sale at The Hall along with The Coffee shop on Saturday 13th April from 10.00 -13.00

If you fancy a new addition to you wardrobe, and you want to save some cash and the environment, come along to The Hall on Saturday April 13th. 

At the same time you can catch up with friends and neighbours over a bacon sandwich, relaxing cup of coffee and cake

The Pre-Loved Sale will be featuring quality clothes, shoes and accessories. There will be 20 individual stallholders including:

  • Babies & Children’s
  • Teens
  • Day-to-day wear
  • Labels like Monsoon, Phase Eight, Next, White Stuff
  • Plus Sizes
  • Business & Occasion-wear
  • Accessories & Footwear 
  • Vintage finds ……

This event will also be helping to raise vital funds for Save the Children, as well as The Hall & Playground.

For any queries contact info@thehallevents.org.uk

First Farmers’ Market of the Year This Thursday

Farmers’ Market 2024 Returns to The Hall on Thursday April 4th at 18.00

Our popular North Cotswold Farmers’ Market is set to return to The Hall on Thursday April 6th from 6 – 8pm.

See below for some of this month’s stall holders – we have some new names amongst our regulars for you to visit. 

If you fancy a Fish and Chip Supper then you are in luck as the excellent The Catchy Fish will be providing supper! Eat in or take away.

Why not catch up with friends at our licensed the bar at the same time.

Stall holders include:

  • Hooked by Sophie, a new member with her luxury and handmade crochet and knitwear
  • Mediterranean olives, Turkish delights and dry fruits etc from olivesz2 
  • The local  Granary Oil Company supplying rapeseed and walnut oil
  • Team tea and their great range of ethically sourced and sustainable packaged teas
  • Homemade in Oxfordshire with their amazing preserves
  • Penny Varley Ceramics with her artisan ceramics
  • Crudges Cheese with their handmade cheeses from family run dairies

To name just a few – so come along and see for yourselves!

To find out more about this month’s stall holders keep an eye on the North Cotswolds Farmers Market FB page.

Easter Workshops for the Kids

Atomic Dance, who run a variety of dance classes for children of all ages at The Hall, are running 2 workshops during the Easter Holidays on Wednesday 27th March and Wednesday 3rd April. See below for details.

Classes are £30 each, book online at www.atomicdance.co.uk

Wednesday 27th March from 9am to 3pm: “Heroes & Villains”

This class, aimed at 5 – 12 year olds, is being run in conjunction with Carousel Performing Arts to create a fun day of dance & performance.

Wednesday 3rd April from 9am to 3pm: Acro & Dance Workshop

A great opportunity to try out some of the fab regular classes that Atomic Dance offer at The Hall during term-time!

Pre-Loved Sale 13th April

Have a spring clear out of your clothes and accessories and make some cash at the same time!

There will be a Pre-Loved Sale on Saturday 13th April from 10.00 – 13.00 featuring quality clothes, shoes and accessories.

Book a space now – have a spring clear out and earn some cash while you recycle your good quality pre-loved clothes, shoes & accessories! 

£10 per pitch; bring a rail.

To book your stall email info@thehallevents.org.uk or call call 07775 765572.

It’s Coffee Shop too – so coffee, cake and bacon butties will be available!

Raising money for Save the Children, the Playground Funds and The Hall funds.

See poster below for more details.

Hedgerow Survey Sunday April 7th

The village Wildlife Group, The Feldons, are holding a hedgerow survey at The Hall on Sunday April 7th at 10.30.

The survey, which will take about an hour, follows on from one first conducted last June in the hedgerows around The Hall, observing plants, insects, animals, birds etc. found there.

Everyone with an interest in the wildlife of the village is welcome, especially children who will be the wildlife ambassadors of the future. 

17 yr old Milly Blake will be leading the event and making delicious cookies to share – so please come along and enjoy!