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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. Wedding Ringing: Saturday 20th May - 1:30 to 2:00 & 2:45 to 3:00 - for Alex and Emma

Other Events:

Visiting Band - The ‘Beoley Society of Ringers’ will ring between 9:30 and 10:30 on

Saturday 13th May, as they progress back to Beoley via various towers

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. Inspector Williams Sgt. Catherwood P.C. Wallace P.C.S.O. Ryland     P.C.S.O. Ruston POLICE REPORT – Cllr Mrs J Fox reported that there had been a shed burglary where a quad bike was taken and one theft from a vehicle, which took place in the Briar Hill area.

Worcestershire County Council election results

Chaddesley Division

In Detail

Chaddesley W.I.

June 1st - Thursday: Prospective New Speakers Events, 7.00 – 9.30pm Cost £6.00  each at Hallow Village Hall and Monday 19th: 10.00am – 3.00pm Cost £8.00 each at Wolverley Memorial Hall, Wolverley. Saturday   24th:   A   Fun   Singing   Day   for   all.   10.30am   –   3.00pm   at   Areley   Kings   Village   Hall.   Cost   for   members   £12.50 and non-members £14.50. Bring your own lunch, refreshments provided. For further information visit our website: www.chaddesleycorbettwi.moonfruit.com

Brockencote W.I.

Meets at 2.00pm, every 3rd Wednesday at Chaddesley Village Hall 17th May AGM & Resolutions - Tea & Light Entertainment 19th July Heather Rendall      - “What to do with all those Apples”

Gardeners’ Club

This   month’s   magazine   contains   numerous   tips   and   useful   pieces   of   advice   on   what   you   could   be   doing   in   your garden at this time of year - even if its only keeping ahead of the weeds ! Looking forward to seeing you at the Village Hall ~ Wednesday @ 7.30pm  for coffee and chat.

Movies at Chaddesley

(MAC)

Bringing Cinema to your Village Hall

The MAC Committee would like to thank all those who have made the first season of MAC a success, especially our lovely audience, regular and occasional. Special thanks to our ticket retailers: Helen England at the Flower Room, Mark Page at the Village Butcher and Nathalie Wilkinson at Jukes Café. Huge thanks also go to Richard Vale for his wonderfully creative poster and ticket designs, to Kathy and Steve Cashmore for the Dambusters 40s evening, to our usherettes Carole, Olivia and Vicky, to Harry and Margaret Grove for the music, to Steve as projectionist, to Paul, Angus and Martin as heavy lifters and front-of- house and to Ginny for dispensing wine with a smile. Good news from MAC BFI Cinema for All Equipment Fund - We recently applied to this fund and have been successful! So, by the start of next season we shall have a high - quality amplifier and state-of-the-art speakers to enhance your cinema experience! Many thanks to Polly and to Yvonne Scriven for making this possible. A date for your diary! The first film of the 2016/7 season will be on Friday 15th September.

Chaddesley Corbett History Society

Wednesday May 17th 2017

The British on Holiday

Richard Bifield

THE GRAND TOUR TO MASS TOURISM

"The   British   on   Holiday":   From   the   Grand   Tour   to   Mass   Tourism,   taking   a   holiday   can   be   traced   back   further   than   the 18th   century.   Seneca,   the   Roman   historian   was   talking   about   "...   this   travel   mania"   2000   years   ago.   It   seems   that   the first   real   tourists   as   such   were   the   religious   pilgrims   of   the   medieval   era.   The   talk   covers   this   period   and   goes   on   to describe   the   revolutions   brought   about   by   the   railways   in   the   19th   century   and   cheap   air   transport   in   the   20th. Richard Bifield concludes with his thoughts on what the future might hold for our holiday making. 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

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.
Last fixture _ Albrighton & Woodland (South)  Hunt _ Monday 29th May 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.
CATS 2017 production review from NODA “The setting of the church was used to great effect with the action continuous throughout” ”What better than to have members of the company sat in the choir singing ‘The Lord is My Shepard’.” “It sounded fantastic.” “Music throughout the production was well used to link scenes“ “The whole cast were totally believable” “The mannerisms of all were totally as expected” “The production was a great use of a local resource and truly brought live entertainment to the community” “We, like the rest of the audience were treated to a super evening of entertainment.” .. 5 x Full Houses

CATS ~ Chaddesley Amateur Theatrical Society

Get to know what’s on in Chaddesley .

. Find those elusive phone numbers ..

Look-up a local tradesman

January February March     April    May June
Name Party Votes % Marcus John HART Conservative 1236 45.56 Helen Elizabeth DYKE Independent 975 35.94 Dave JONES Labour 206 7.59 Keith Roderick ROBERTSON Independent Community & Health Concern 129 4.75 Phil DANIELS UK Independence Party (UKIP) 90 3.32 Doug HINE Green Party 77 2.84
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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. All ringers welcome

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 20th May - 1:30 to 2:00 & 2:45 to 3:00 Other Ringing: Visiting Band - The ‘Beoley Society of Ringers’ will ring between 9:30 and 10:30 on Saturday 13th May, as they progress back to Beoley via various towers

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 Officers in Your Area: Click HERE to see your team. Inspector Williams Sgnt. Catherwood P.C. Wallace P.C.S.O. Ryland     P.C.S.O. Ruston POLICE REPORT: Cllr Mrs J Fox reported that there had been a shed burglary where a quad bike was taken; and one theft from a vehicle, which took place in the Briar Hill area.

In MAY

2nd

Parish Council

Monthly Meeting

Village Hall

see page 30

3rd

Chaddesley W.I.

Monthly meeting

Village Hall

8th

Old Grammar School - Meeting re Future

St Cassian’s

page 25

10th

Gardening Club

Monthly meeting

Village Hall

14th

Beating the Bounds

9.00am to 4.30pm

page 8

15th

Share & Care

Monthly meeting

Treble B

see page 4

17th

Brockencote W.I.

Monthly Meeting

Village Hall

see page 15

17th

History Society

Regular Meeting

Village Hall

see page 22

24th

Defibrillator Seminar

7.00pm

Village Hall

see page 24

 

in the Parish Magazine

Our Activities

In Detail

Chaddesley W.I.

June   1st   -   Thursday:   Prospective   New   Speakers   Events,   7.00   –   9.30pm   Cost £6.00  each at Hallow Village Hall Monday   19th:   10.00am   –   3.00pm   Cost   £8.00   each   at   Wolverley   Memorial Hall, Wolverley. Saturday   24th:   A   Fun   Singing   Day   for   all.   10.30am   –   3.00pm   at   Areley Kings   Village   Hall.   Cost   for   members   £12.50   and   non-members   £14.50. Bring your own lunch, refreshments provided. For further information visit our website: www.chaddesleycorbettwi.moonfruit.com

Brockencote W.I.

Meets at 2.00pm, every 3rd Wednesday at Chaddesley Village Hall 17th May  AGM & Resolutions - Tea & Light Entertainment 19th July Heather Rendall      - “What to do with all those Apples”

Gardeners’ Club

This    month’s    magazine    contains    numerous    tips    and    useful    pieces    of advice   on   what   you   could   be   doing   in   your   garden   at   this   time   of   year   - even if its only keeping ahead of the weeds ! Looking    forward    to    seeing    you    at    the    Village    Hall    ~    Wednesday  @ 7.30pm  for coffee and chat.
CATS 2017  review from NODA “The    setting    of    the    church    was used    to    great    effect    with    the action     continuous     throughout” ”What      better      than      to      have members    of    the    company    sat in   the   choir   singing   ‘The   Lord   is My      Shepherd’      ..      it      sounded fantastic.” “Music            throughout            the production   was   well   used   to   link scenes“ “The     mannerisms     of     all     were totally as expected”

Movies at Chaddesley

(MAC)

The MAC Committee would like to thank all those who have made the first

season of MAC a success, especially our lovely audience, regular and

occasional.

Special thanks to our ticket retailers: Helen England at the Flower Room, Mark Page at the Village Butcher and Nathalie Wilkinson at Jukes Café. Huge thanks also go to Richard Vale for his wonderfully creative poster and ticket designs, to Kathy and Steve Cashmore for the Dambusters 40s evening, to our usherettes Carole, Olivia and Vicky, to Harry and Margaret Grove for the music, to Steve as projectionist, to Paul, Angus and Martin as heavy lifters and front-of- house and to Ginny for dispensing wine with a smile. The first film of the 2016/7 season will be on Friday 15th September.

Chaddesley Corbett History Society

Wednesday May 17th 2017

The British on Holiday

Richard Bifield

THE GRAND TOUR TO MASS TOURISM

"The   British   on   Holiday":   From   the   Grand   Tour   to   Mass   Tourism,   taking   a holiday   can   be   traced   back   further   than   the   18th   century.   Seneca,   the Roman   historian   was   talking   about   "...   this   travel   mania"   2000   years   ago. It   seems   that   the   first   real   tourists   as   such   were   the   religious   pilgrims   of the   medieval   era.   The   talk   covers   this   period   and   goes   on   to   describe   the revolutions   brought   about   by   the   railways   in   the   19th   century   and   cheap air   transport   in   the   20th.   Richard   Bifield   concludes   with   his   thoughts   on what the future might hold for our holiday making. 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

CATS ~ Chaddesley

Amateur Theatrical Society

“The   audience   were   treated   to   a super evening of entertainment.” “The   production   was   a   great   use of     a     local     resource     and     truly brought   live   entertainment   to   the community”

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. Next fixture _ Wheatland Hunt _ Saturday 6th May 2017
BFI “Cinema for All” Equipment Fund We recently applied to this fund and have been successful! So, by the start of next season we shall have a high - quality amplifier and state- of-the-art speakers to enhance our shows.