We have a thriving community in Aston le Walls but always welcome new ideas for growing! There is currently no Women’s Institute in the village as they were unfortunately unable to form a committee, so WI is taking a break for now. Please contact Northant’s County Federation if you are interested in re-starting the group.
The Summer Fete is held in the gorgeous garden of The Old Rectory and raises much needed funds for the upkeep of St Leonard’s Church. Last year’s fete (2018) raised a fantastic £2822.86, and much thanks are due to Johnnie and Philip for opening their garden for this brilliant event.
The Village Hall Committee works hard to keep the Hall flourishing; holding events such as the Film Club, the Scarecrow Weekend, 100 Club, Quiz nights and other exciting happenings. Contact Wilf (660455) for more information or to join the gang. Click here for the Village Hall page.
Coffee mornings have recently been started in the Village, to provide a venue for new comers to get to know their neighbours and oldsters to keep up-to-date with each other! Held on the second Wednesday in the month with tea, coffee and biscuits provided and all are welcome – young, old, women, men and children. See Coming Soon page.
The Village Newsletter is published every two months by Sue and Steve Neville (660568) and any news, pictures or comments would be very welcomed by them.
Pilates takes place on Monday evening, 7.30pm to 8.30pm. Please contact Sam Clarke on 07444 845516 for further details.
Sewing Club meets in the village hall on the last Friday of the month except August and December, 10am-4pm, see Events pagefor more details.
Daisy Bank Pocket Park is a beautiful place to visit. It’s currently managed by Sue & Tim Ball (660568). Click here for Pocket Park page.
If you can think of any more community activities that should be included here please let me know (Sue on 660568) or post a comment.