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Chaddesley Corbett Worcestershire, U.K.
Welcome to this rural village set in the beautiful countryside of north Worcestershire
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Bell Ringing

Normal practice nights - WEDNESDAY EVENINGS - 7:45pm to 9:00pm. Service Ringing: We also ring before Sunday service (9:00 to 9:30) on the first and third Sundays on each month and before the Harvest Festival 01/10/17:18.00-18.30 Wedding Ringing: 14th Oct. 11:30 to 12:00 & 12:45 to 1:15 for Seb. and Sophie. 21st Oct. 12:30 to 1:00   &   1:45 to 2:15 for Marc and Chantelle Open Evening We were pleased with the response to this activity. Thanks to all who promoted it and all who attended.

Our Weather

Our Security

There are a number of ways to get in touch and let the Police know about any concerns or issues that you have: Email: kidderminstereast.snt@westmercia.pnn.police.uk  Non Emergency Phone Calls: 101 In an emergency always call 999 Officers in Your Area: Click HERE to see your team. where its “All Change” in personnel Inspector James Ashton    Sgt. Alistair Catherwood   P.C.S.O. Catherine Palmer  &  P.C.S.O. Rebecca Ruston MONTHLY POLICE REPORT   Police reported that there had been a burglary at a dwelling on Lodgeford Hill, two reports of criminal damage, one violent crime committed at Winterfold School and a theft of fuel from a car in Hillpool.

In Detail

Chaddesley W.I.

Thursday 12th October: Luncheon at the Holt Fleet with talk by   Glen Walford, artistic director.   Non-WI members welcome, £25 per ticket Thursday 12th October: WI Group meeting. Wednesday 15 November: Annual Bridge Drive: 10.30 for 11.00 am at   Blakedown Parish Hall, £10.50 for members (£11.50 for non-members)   including light lunch. Thursday 30th November: Christmas outing to the Botanical Gardens in Birmingham to see the Birmingham Magical Illuminated Trail. For further information visit our website: www.chaddesleycorbettwi.moonfruit.com Brockencote W.I. Meets at 2.00pm, every 3rd Wednesday at Chaddesley Village Hall. Visitors and New Members are very welcome. Secretary: Kay Palmer 01299 825486

Gardeners’ Club

Our next meeting will be held on Wednesday 11th October, at 8.00 pm. The   talk,   entitled   `Flowers   and   Foliage   from   the   Autumn   Garden`;   will   be   by   Rob   and   Diane   Cole,   who   have,   of course, been to talk to us some time ago.

Movies at Chaddesley

(MAC)  Bringing Cinema to your Village Hall

PROGRAMME OF FILMS: Friday October 13th  ‘Pride’ U.K. gay activists work to help miners during their lengthy strike of the National Union of Mineworkers in the summer of 1984. Won the 2015 BAFTA Award for Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer - Stephen Beresford & David Livingstone . Won British Independent Film Award Best British Independent Film Best Supporting Actress - Imelda Staunton & Best Supporting Actor - Andrew Scott Followed by_ Friday November 10th Their Finest Tickets still only £7.00 - which includes a welcoming glass of good wine and delicious Rachel’s Organics ice cream. What’s not to like? Please buy your tickets from: The Flower Room, The Village Butcher, Jukes Tearooms

Chaddesley Corbett History Society

Oliver Cromwell and the Battle of Worcester By Howard Robinson -

Wednesday 18th October at 7.30pm

This tablet of stone is to be found near the Commandery in Worcester. In a city packed with historical surprises you may be forgiven if you missed it. Worcester is still known as the “Faithful City” some 366 years later for its defence of the king against Oliver Cromwell and his supporters. Howard Robinson is a descendant of Oliver Cromwell, so he is qualified to talk about the man who lead his army  against Worcester, went on to rule as Lord Protector of the Commonwealth after signing the death warrant of Charles I and still conjures hot debate today about his methods and reputation. All lectures are held in Chaddesley Corbett Village Hall DY10 4QA. Enquiries to Rob Blakeway 01562 777679 Email   Membership is £5 per year paid in a tri-yearly cycle

TIMES for MOBILE LIBRARY SERVICE

One visit per Month on the First Tuesday Drayton (Robin Hood p.h.) 1.50pm -2.05pm Chaddesley (Hemming Way) 2.15pm - 2.40pm Enquiries - contact:01905 822722

Chaddesley Corbett Endowed Primary School

Contact the school or keep up-to-date with what’s going on on-line, through the school web-site at the school office e-mail office@chaddesleycorbett.worcs.sch.uk or phone 01562 777 312
Chaddesley Corbett Point to Point Horse Racing Chaddesley, home of Point-to-Point racing since 1925, with five fixtures per season, between December and May, attracting large crowds and competitive fields.
Season complete for 2017 BAREL of Laughs added his name to the prestigious roll of honour after winning the Lady Dudley Cup at Chaddesley Corbett for 2017.. Having finished a close third in the Cheltenham Foxhunters, Barel of Laughs started a short priced favourite for the centrepiece of the Worcestershire meeting and did not let his supporters down. The runner up closed briefly in the home straight, while Iberico lost any chance of retaining second by making a juddering mistake at the penultimate which resulted in Sam Jukes losing an iron. This was Bridgenorth trainer Phil Rowley’s second success in the race following Sybarite’s victory in 2013, while Edwards praised his mount by saying “He has got plenty of ability but he is not one of those horses that will win by 20-lengths. He will only just do enough."  This win was the middle leg of a treble for the 26-year-old jockey.

St. Cassian’s Players

Get to know what’s on in Chaddesley .

. Find those elusive phone numbers ..

Look-up a local tradesman

         July     August   September    October   November December
ACTIVITIES IN BRIEF 2nd Parish Council Monthly Meeting Village Hall see page 30 (in the Parish magazine) 4th Chaddesley WI Monthly Meeting Village Hall see page 12 11th Gardening Club Monthly meeting Village Hall see page 10 13th Movies at Chaddesley Village Hall see page 22 16th Share & Care Monthly meeting Hill Pool House see page 3 18th Brockencote W.I. Monthly Meeting Village Hall see page 15 18th History Society Regular Meeting Village Hall see page 24 21st St Cassian’s Friends    Sharing Supper Village Hall see page 7
SUNDAY & TUESDAY REHEARSAL SCHEDULES FOR ACCURATE, UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION ABOUT WHO, WHEN AND WHERE, ALWAYS VISIT www.cassianplayers.co.uk  OK ? THIS IS ALSO THE PLACE TO GO TO ORDER YOUR TICKETS
Chaddesley Corbett Classic Car Club annual fund-raiser (August Bank-holiday Monday) was a spectacular success and raised over £5,000 for this year’s target charity -
OfSTED
Download the 2017 OfSTED Report Please note that this report is the subject of an on-going Appeals process Download the School Letter to Parents regarding the school’s Appeal
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Chaddesley Corbett Worcestershire U.K.
Welcome to this historic village set in the beautiful countryside of north Worcestershire

BELL RINGING

Normal practice nights - WEDNESDAY EVENINGS - 7:45pm to 9:00pm. Service Ringing: We also ring before Sunday service (9:00 to 9:30) on the first and third Sundays on each month. Wedding Ringing: Saturday 2nd September - 12:30 to 1:00 & 1:45 to 2:00         - for Mark and Katrina Saturday 9th September - 12:15 to 12:45 & 2:00 to 2:15         - for James and Lindsay Open Evening On Wednesday 13th September the bell ringers will hold an Open Evening at St. Cassian’s tower between 8pm and 9pm. There will be an opportunity to have a go, with some drinks and nibbles also being provided. Really? Food and drink, … and a chance to learn something, while having fun? You must be joking … “pull the other one!”

Our Security

Keep ‘em peeled
There are a number of ways to get in touch and let the Police know about any concerns or issues that you have: Email: kidderminstereast.snt@westmercia.pnn.police.uk  Non Emergency Phone Calls: 101 In an emergency always call 999 KIDDERMINSTER EAST TEAM Inspector James Ashton    Sgt. Alistair Catherwood   P.C.S.O. Catherine Palmer  &  P.C.S.O. Rebecca Ruston MONTHLY POLICE REPORT   Police   reported   one   burglary   and   two   thefts/damage   to   vehicles   during July - a reduction in crime over the previous month’s figures.

SEPTEMBER ACTIVITIES

4th

Parish Council Monthly Meeting

Village Hall

see page 30

6th

Chaddesley WI Monthly Meeting

Village Hall

see page 12

13th

Gardening Club Monthly Meeting

Village Hall

see page 10

13th

Bell Ringers Open Evening

St Cassian’s

see page 20

15th

Movies at Chaddesley

Village Hall

see page 16

18th

Share & Care Monthly Meeting

Treble B

see page 4

20th

Brockencote W.I. Monthly Meeting

Village Hall

see page 15

24th

Nativity Play - First Rehearsal

St Cassian’s

WEBSITE

In Detail

Chaddesley W.I.

Monday 11th September: Talk by Giles Brandreth at Chateau Impney Wednesday 13th September: Visit to Hartlebury Museum Store Thursday 12th October: Luncheon at the Holt Fleet with talk by   Glen Walford, artistic director. Non-WI members welcome, £25 per ticket For further information visit our website: www.chaddesleycorbettwi.moonfruit.com Brockencote W.I. Meets at 2.00pm, every 3rd Wednesday at Chaddesley Village Hall Usual meeting on 20th September. Visitors and New Members are very welcome. Secretary: Kay Palmer 01299 825486

Gardeners’ Club

Our  

next  

outing  

to  

Perrycroft  

and  

Stockton  

Bury  

is  

on  

Thursday  

14th

September   

-   

Depart   

the   

Cricket   

Ground   

-   

9.30am.   

Return   

-   

5.00   

pm.

approx.  

Although  

a  

number  

of  

us  

have  

been  

to  

Stockton  

Bury  

in  

the  

past,

there  

has  

been  

a  

change  

in  

ownership,  

so  

should  

be  

much  

improved.

Visitors  

are  

always  

welcome  

at  

these  

outings,  

so  

please  

join  

us.  

There  

are

some tickets still available.

The  

next  

club  

meeting  

is  

on  

Wed.  

13th  

September,  

the  

subject  

being

`Highgrove Hardy Plants and Hayloft`.

Look forward to seeing you all then.

Movies at Chaddesley

(MAC)

Chaddesley Corbett History Society

“Spouts and Fountains of the Malvern Hills” given by Cora Weaver ~ Wednesday September 20th, at 7.30pm. Please put this in your diary and look out for further details in the September magazine. All lectures are held in Chaddesley Corbett Village Hall DY10 4QA. Enquiries to Rob Blakeway 01562 777679 Email   Membership is £5 per year paid in a tri-yearly cycle

TIMES for MOBILE LIBRARY SERVICE

One visit per Month on the First Tuesday Drayton (Robin Hood p.h.) 1.50pm -2.05pm Chaddesley (Hemming Way) 2.15pm - 2.40pm Enquiries - contact:01905 822722

Chaddesley Corbett Endowed Primary School

Contact the school or keep up-to-date with what’s going on on-line, through the school web-site http://www.ccschool.co.uk/ at the school office e-mail office@chaddesleycorbett.worcs.sch.uk or phone 01562 777 312 Download the latest school newsletter

St. Cassian’s Players

REHEARSAL SCHEDULE Sunday 24th September 2:30pm Read through   1st October 2:30pm Adults Only   8th October 2:30pm Children’s Rehearsal   15th October 2:30pm Everyone   22nd October 2:30pm Adults Only   29th October 2:30pm Adults Only (Costume fitting)   5th November - NO REHEARSAL   12th November 2:30pm Everyone (No scripts)   19th November 2:30pm Everyone (+ handbells) 26th November 2:30pm Dress Rehearsal (+ animals)

Chaddesley Corbett Point to Point Horse Racing

Chaddesley, home of Point-to-Point racing since 1925, with five fixtures per season, between December and May, attracting large crowds and competitive fields. Season concluded for 2017 BAREL of Laughs added his name to the prestigious roll of honour after winning the Lady Dudley Cup at Chaddesley Corbett (2017) Jockey Phil Rowley: “He has got plenty of ability but he is not one of those horses that will win by 20-lengths. He will only just do enough."
Friday September 15th  Sully Also known as ‘Sully: Miracle on the Hudson’, starring Tom Hanks, produced and directed by Clint Eastwood (2016), & follows Chesley Sullenberger's January 2009 emergency landing of US Airways Flight 1549 on the Hudson River, in which all 155 passengers and crew survived with only minor injuries; and the subsequent publicity and investigation.
Tickets   still   only   £7.00    -   which   includes   a   welcoming   glass   of   good   wine   and   delicious Rachel’s Organics ice cream. What’s not to like? Please buy your tickets from our lovely retailers: The Flower Room, The Village Butcher, Jukes Tearooms