Whitewell's recently refurbished Parish rooms are available for hire. Click here for more information.

Information about Marbury Village Hall can be found on their website  http://www.marburyvillagehall.co.uk


12th February


ZUMBA !  is up and running again in Marbury Village Hall.  Every Friday, 2 - 3pm.  All welcome. 



18th February

18th century & Napoleonic Wars at Malpas & district

by David Hayns


Admission is by pre paid ticket @ £5.00 . Available from Tim Paul 01948 780642, E mail: timpaul123@btinternet.com 

(Kilngreen Iscoyd Whitchurch Shropshire SY13 3AU)


Numbers will be limited so please book early.  Light refreshments will be served by the Iscoyd W.I


23rd February

Bronington Primary School 6-9pm

The Meres and Mosses Group is holding a consultation evening with local communities to find out what might be appropriate ways to raise the profile of the National Nature Reserve at Whixhall Moss. For details contact Luke Neal, Community Officer Shropshire Wildlife Trust, 01743 284275, LukeN@shropshirewildlifetrust.co.uk

To take part in an on-line survey, follow the link 


24th February

Frugal Lunch. Marbury Hall 12:00 - 2:00 pm 


29th February

9:30 am  Coffee & Chat.  St. Michael's Marbury


2nd March

 FRUGAL LUNCH: Wednesday  12.00 – 2.00 p.m. at the Bhatti (Jane and Giles)


4th March

Womens' World Day of Prayer




6th March

St David’s Day Celebratory Fundraising Lunch on Mothering Sunday

 at Iscoyd Park


In aid of St Mary’s Church Whitewell



9th March


PRIZE BINGO: in the Parish Rooms at Whitewell  Also on Wednesdays , !8th May, 21st September and 30th November.  Eyes down 7.30.  There will be a raffle and tea and biscuits. 



Sunday 17th April  

Tushingham Spring Lunch at Sandhole Farm at 12.30pm


by kind permission of the Proudlove family

More details to follow soon.



23rd April

7:30pm Race Night. Marbury Village Hall


Sunday 24th April 2016


The Blue Bell Walk at Tushingham Hall.


by kind permission of Peter Moore Dutton 



Proceeds shared between The Church and Hospice of the Good Shepherd.




The Whitewell Book Club meets in the Parish Rooms every third Tuesday from 7.00 until 9.00 p.m.  New members welcome.  To find out more, please contact Sue Clarke on 01948 781036 or email sue.clarke44@googlemail.com


Pilates Classes

 Whitewell Parish Rooms.  Wednesday mornings Levels 1 and 2 at 9.00 a.m.  Level 3 at 10.15.  The 9.00 a.m. sessions are currently full but the Level 3 has vacancies.  If you are interested in joining either class, please contact Deborah Paul on 01948 780642.


Art Club

Tuesday mornings at 9.30 a.m.  Please come along and meet us. Whitewell Parish Rooms



 Iscoyd WI

meets on the second Thursday every month at 7.30 p.m.  Contact Peggie Beddows on 01948 780402 for more information. Whitewell Parish Rooms




Coffee and Cake: third Thursday of every month 11.00 a.m. – 12.30.  An opportunity to chat, meet new people and catch up on local news.  Our PCSO attends when she is available.  Everyone welcome – all ages.  


News & Events

Vicars have a day off too !

Veronica's day off is a Friday. The Church Wardens  kindly request that we respect this and avoid disturbing or phoning her on a  Friday unless it is an emergency. It is difficult for to her to get time off with living where she works. If we are mindful of Friday's,  Veronica will get her time off,          she will then be rested and always ready for our needs for the rest of the week.

  Many thanks for your consideration.


Community Grants Available

Meres and Mosses have Community Grants available of up to £1000 for local community projects (Whitewell Church Car Park?) .  Full details.


St, David's Day Lunch, Iscoyd Park 6th March

Everyone is cordially invited to a fund-raising lunch at Iscoyd Park, to celebrate St David's Day (and Mother's Day).  Click here for more details


Womens's World Day of Prayer 4th March

women's world Day of Prayer is an international, ecumenical, prayer movement that invites women, from a different part of the world each year, to prepare a worship service through which their hopes and fears for their country may be brought before the whole world in prayer. details


Welcome Veronica

Veronica 2 cropA huge welcome to our new vicar, Veronica Green.  Still a curate, Veronica is technically known as our "Curate-in-Charge".  She was licenced in a ceremony at Whitewell on 24th November 2015.  Her friendly, open style is already endearing her to parishioners in all three parishes, and congregations are reported to be on the increase everywhere, as people come in to hear the message of God's Love. 

 In September 2014 Veronica was ordained as a Deacon of Chester Cathedral where she has preached. more






Congratulations to Ian Davenport QHC

ian davenport

qhc badgeOur rural Dean, The Rev'd Canon Ian Davenport, has been appointed as an Honorary Chaplain to the Queen.  An Honorary Chaplain to the Queen (QHC ) is a member of the clergy , who, through long and distinguished service, is appointed to minister to the monarch of the United KingdomHonorary Chaplains wear a red cassock and a special bronze badge consisting of the royal cypher and crown within an oval wreath. Honorary Chaplains preach once a year in the Chapel Royal. There are no other formal duties. We congratulate Ian on having this great honour bestowed upon him. 

Ian is working very closely with us, playing a vital role in helping us to manage our three churches during the period between Steve leaving and our new Priest-in-Charge being appointed. 




Higher Wych School Charity

The charity supports the educational needs of young people in the township of Iscoyd (essentially Whitewell Parish). In recent months, young people have received financial help with music lessons on piano, flute, and cornet. The Trust has awarded grants to students travelling abroad to further their education. It has provided assistance to students taking up further education at University. It has paid towards additional coaching for students at school and it has even helped someone obtain their HGV licence. If you are a young person who is either living in the Whitewell Parish, or who has a strong connection to it, you too may be eligible for help. In the first instance you should approach Mr Philip Godsal, the Chairman of the Trustees. 


Recently Bereaved?  Not sure what to do?  
Independant advice is available here

Jan Andrews has recently been through this process and didn't know where to go for advice, so she has set up this website to help others. It's not-for-profit



 WiFi now available in Parish Rooms 

Your Parish Rooms is equipped with WiFi Broadband.  So bring along your tablets, smart phones and laptops and you can go on-line. Community Council & PCC can access relevant websites to get planning applications on line and definitive accurate information about topics they are discussing.  The art class can watch YouTube tutorial videos, learning techniques and ideas from the masters.  Anybody can Skype a friend or a colleague for a group discussion or just send and receive emails.    It's FREE and it's there for your benefit. It's up to you how you use it. We have arrived in the 21st Century. This WiFi service is provided and paid for by Bronington Community Council. 


  Over 100 People Now Receive Their Parish News Through this Web Site

In just over 12 months from the launch of this website, it has already scored  almost 12,000 hits. 100 people have already opted to receive their news about the three Parishes through this website, and they receive notification of new updates by email. Why not join them?  Just send the web manager a message and be sure to tell me your email address. We won't pass it on to anyone else. 

chris email