This is the village website for Aston Le Walls where you can find information on activities and events in the village
Please note that the Pate, Plonk and Pud Evening that was to have been on the 18th May, has now had to be postponed until the Autumn. Further details later in the year.
Sunday 19th May, Aston le Walls Film Club is showing Leave No Trace (Cert 12) visit the Film Club page for more details and more great films!
Great to see lots of people at May’s ‘Drop In Coffee Morning’. The next coffee morning will be in the Village Hall on Wednesday 12th June at 10.30. All welcome! See the Coming Soon page for more details.
Saturday, 22nd June 2019, at the Old Rectory. Anyone willing to help, or to offer donations for the bottle stall, plant stall, silent auction etc., please contact Mike on 660746. The Community page has some more details of this event. Watch out for the flyers and information about the Silent Auction.
This year will be on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th July. This is the 21st anniversary of our enjoyable Scarecrow Trail and it would be great to make it a special celebration of this event. You can help by makng a Scarecrow! On any theme and of anyone you like. Straw will be available from Steve Neville (660 568). If you have any ideas for making this year even more amazing please contact Steve.
A Message from Celia
Just wanted to say a very big thank you for the lovely surprise Party you gave me, and all the Cards, Gifts and beautiful flower arrangement I received on the occasion of my 90th Birthday. It was such a lovely afternoon, and words cannot express how wonderful it was that so many friends came to help me celebrate. I would like to thank Chris Freeman for making the arrangements, and the Ladies that helped her, also Sue Ball for making the lovely cake. I’d also like to thank Reverend Stevie and Father James for their blessing.
Click here for Photos from the celebration!
St Leonard’s Church Clock
In 1967, Judith Taylor’s parents, Eric and Sheila Pryer, moved to Aston le Walls and the following year, 1968, they paid to have the church clock repaired, after many years of not working.
In honour of Mr and Mrs Pryer and to celebrate exactly 50 years of a working clock, John and Judith Taylor and their family have very kindly paid to have the clock electrified. Not only will this mean that the clock will be more accurate but it will also end the days of one of the Taylor family climbing up the tower to wind up the clock, which they did every third day!
St.Leonard’s PCC and the entire village of Aston le Walls are incredibly grateful to John and Judith and their family for their amazing generosity.