• Sway Fete and Carnival and Fun Dog Show

    The Village Fete is at Jubilee Field from 11am.

    Come along to see Shorinji Kenpo (11.15) & Brownies Maypole Dancing (1.30),  Bounce on the Castle or have a Game of Skittles.

    Over 20 stalls including; quality textile, craft and gift stalls, cakes and bakes, floristry and collectables. Health, wellbeing, welfare & local information. Scouts sweet stall, tombolas, lucky dip and the Carnival Comittees famously delicious garden produce stall.

    Fun Dog Show (from 11:30) and a display of Classic Cars & Bikes 

    Delicious Cream Teas; Hog Roast & Fizz Tin Horsebox Bar, all with musical accompaniment 

    Entry is £2, children get in free. 

  • Carnival Procession Road Closures

    There will be several road closures around the village tonight from 6.45, especially Station Road, Middle Road, Heron Close, check road signs for details.

    Middle Road from the Butchers to Stanford Rise will be closed from 6.30 to allow the procession to form.

  • Carnival Procession & Party

    Come and join in or simply watch the procession on its route from the Village Hall to Jubilee Field.

    How much change can you find in your pockets to fill up the kiddies collection buckets.

    Food and refreshment will be available at venues en-route and at the Jubilee Field.

    Jubilee Field - Barney's Ices, Pride of the Forest (burgers & hotdogs), The Laughing Street Chef (street food),  Bar & Music with Marching Band & DJ

    Silver Hind - BBQ and Clockwork Carousel 

  • Quiz Thursday Night

    What a great night we had at the quiz with over 100 entries.

    Congratulations to the winning team - Cornered and Dangerous. With the Surfing Chickens in second place and Charlies Angels a respectable 3rd.

    A big thank you to the Hare and Hounds for its support, Ian Woolley for providing a wonderful film based quiz, and a big thank you to all those that joined in the fun and mayhem.

  • Tuesday Fun

    A lovely historic walk on Tuesday night with our local historian Tony Blakely. Who knew that St Lukes church had an art deco window or that the new houses on the old school site are named after school dinner ladies.

    This was followed by a wonderful BBQ and great music with the Gregory Brothers & Friends at the Silver Hind. If you missed the music, the full band, Clockwork Carousel, will be performing again at the Silver Hind on Friday after the carnival procession.