This is the village website for Aston Le Walls where you can find information on activities and events in the village
Friday 30th August – Fisherman’s Friends (Cert 12A); See the Film Club page for more details and more great films!
Produce Show – Saturday, 7th September
Do you have a fine set of plums? Are your begonias beautiful? How long is your runner bean? Make sure they are at their best for the produce show on Saturday 7th September.
No garden? No problem – there are also home produce and craft sections to enter. New for 2019, the Celia Wade Trophy is up for grabs for the entrant who scores the most points in the home produce section.
If you have children, there are special categories for them, too!
You can stock up your ‘fridge after the show by bidding for the entries in the afternoon auction.
You should have already received an entry form, but if you need more, click here!
The next Village Hall ‘Drop in Coffee Morning‘ is Wednesday 11th September, 10.30 to noon. All welcome! Visit the Coming Soon! page for more details.
This is the social event of the year. Held in the village hall, this year on Saturday 12th October. Make sure you hold the date.
A new, refreshed sign for the Village, showing the footpaths and bridleways, is up on the School fence. Check it out.
Wow, what a Brilliant Success for the 2019 Scarecrow Weekend!
The weather was (mostly) ok, we had 47 amazing Scarecrows and people came from far and wide for the marvellous Scarecrow Trail in Aston le Walls! Many, many thank to everyone who made a Scarecrow, followed the Trail, baked cakes or helped in any way with making the weekend so successful. £671.50 has been raised towards the upkeep of the Village Hall, which is a great resource for the village. The lists of prize winners, raffle winners and the answers are on the Village noticeboard by the Hall and you can find pictures of the Scarecrows and all the answers here!
The Summer Fete on Saturday, 22nd June raised the magnificent sum of £1388.22 with approx. £1400 to come from the Silent Auction! Well done to everyone who helped, organised, baked, grew things, juggled, cooked or spent money – a great effort by all. Many thanks to Philip and Johnnie for the use of their lovely garden (and the bunting!).