Easenhall, Warwickshire


News and Events:

Daffodil Sunday

Sunday 7th April - Newnham Paddox 11am-4pm

Volunteers are requested to help take over and put up one of the village marquees on Sat 6 April. Meet at the cricket field at 10.30am if you’re able to help for an hour. Volunteers also needed to take down and bring back the marquee on the Sunday at approx. 4.30pm.

Village Tidy-up

Sunday 12th May - 11am Village hall

Many hands make light work of sprucing up the greens, village hall and pathways. No expertise or specialist tools required. Just a pair of gloves and an hour or so of your time. Volunteers will be rewarded by a light lunch afterwards.

Village Quiz

17th May - 7pm Village hall

Our resident quizmaster David Danger will again put us through our paces with a general knowledge quiz with a splash of humour! Teams of 4 but no need to be in teams before booking. Tickets are £8 per person to include a light supper (veggie option available, mention when booking). Bring your own drinks. Offers of puddings welcomed. Book with Monica on 833599 or monica@lockwoodmail.co.uk or via easenhallwebsite@gmail.com Tickets are limited so get in quick!

Progressive Dinner

Saturday 29th June

Fingers crossed for al fresco dining conditions. Nicky Main is collecting names. If you have never taken part before, you are missing out on a great evening, lovely food and drink, excellent company and a gentle stroll around the village in between courses. Numbers are limited and it helps our organiser if you can let her know sooner rather than later if you would like to participate this time. Highly recommended!

Easenhall Horticultural Show, Novelty Dog Show and Fete

Saturday 7th September

Defibrillator – this is sited on the village green opposite the Chapel (village hall) in the old red BT phone box. Access to the equipment can only be gained by dialling 999 when full instructions will be given by the emergency services.

A reminder about the Village 200 Club supports the maintenance of the village including greens, trees and verges – this is a monthly draw (with cash prizes!). Numbers cost £5 each per year, most participants hold 5 numbers for a donation of £25 per year. If you don’t already participate Christal Worth (worthcb@btinternet.com) will be happy to provide you with details If you do already have some draw numbers, there are some ‘spare’ numbers – please consider taking an extra one or two numbers each month. December Winners: Roger Williamson. January WinnersL Pete Duff

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