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


 Monday 19th September

Pie & Pudding Supper

with Frog Racing

At Little Green Farm by kind invitation of Mr and Mrs C Roberts. 

Tickets costing £5 available from: Dave Evans 01948 780280 Peter Healey 01948 780495 or Carolyn Wort 01948 830364


Monday 26th September

Marbury will be having a Harvest Supper on Monday 26th September, following the Harvest Festival Service on Sunday 25th .  Please reserve the date in your diaries – it will be held in Marbury Village Hall at 7.00 pm, with food to be served at 7.30.  Tickets will be £7.50 each for a supper of cottage pie, followed by apple pie (bring your own drinks), and there will be a bring-and-buy produce stall.






Under the stars, dress for the weather with chair and torch for the adventure.

Peaches and cream and storytelling too.

Grown ups £2.50, child £3.50, family of 4 £10





The Craic starts at 7pm with a full evening of entertainment. Sing Street is set in Dublin

with a great 80’s sound track. Then enjoy food followed by live music by Jigsmith.

Cabaret style seating so get a crowd together and book a table at Johnnie’s Bar.

Or just come on your own and be entertained.


Please book in so Johnnie (Steve) knows how many to cater for!


Saturday 1st October

Whitchurch Blackberry Fair


October 2nd . 

Higher Wych School Charity Service


This will take place at 11am on October 2nd in Whitewell Church. This celebration of the work of the Charitable Trust will include contributions by some of the beneficiaries.


9th October

Whitewell Harvest 2016 - Sunday Service at 11am on 9th October  Gifts of Produce welcome as  well as donations for the Whitchurch Food Bank


10th October

Whitewell Harvest Supper in the Parish Rooms at 7:30pm on Monday 10th October Tickets available from Carolyn Wort 01948 830364  £10 adults, £3 children to include 2 course meal, glass of wine and tea/coffee


Saturday, 15th October

11am - 2pm in Marbury  Village Hall.

A ’MARBURY MEETS’community event will be held. This will be open to all in the community, where information and help will be provided by local organisations, and also by anyone who provides a service to residents.There will be refreshments and a Tombola - the proceeds of which will be given to a local charity. If you have any prizes you could donate please get them to Ann Allman, 664229.




Please make a note of the date; there will be more     details in the October Parish Magazine.

17th October

Marbury Coffee & Chat

Come along to St Michaels Church

on Monday’s 17th October 2016 at 10.30am.

 Come and meet together for fellowship,

Coffee and C                     hat. We look forward to seeing you.



Saturday 26th November

Whitchurch Lights Switch-on


Sunday 5 th March 2017

St. David's Day Parish Lunch at Iscoyd Park

by kind permission of Phil & Susie Godsal



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 Monday. The Church Wardens  kindly request that we respect this and avoid disturbing or phoning her on a  Monday 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 Monday'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.



Marbury WI wins Royal Cheshire Show Prize !


Chesh. County Show exhibit - june 2016Marbury WI’s Craft Group were absolutely delighted to win 3 rd prize for their exhibit in the “Holiday Time” Combined Co-operative Class at the Royal Cheshire County Show at Tatton Park in June. Members from many of the 207 WI groups in Cheshire demonstrated an incredible range of skills in the WI marquee with a total of 660 exhibits in 10 competitive classes. President Yvette Openshaw said “It was the first time Marbury WI have entered so it was very much a trial run for us. We were thrilled to discover that we’d come third out of 16 entries in our class, and were only 3 points off the winning score!” The theme was “A postcard from ….” – and Marbury took inspiration from the seaside, with Yvette Openshaw’s crafted beach-bag, a rag doll made by Carol Love, and star-fish shaped shortbread biscuits from Beryl Fletcher who also painted the “sea and sky” backdrop.


Carol’s doll was one of only four items from among all the entries in the class to be awarded full marks by the judges!



Tushingham School has been rated as OUTSTANDING in the recent Statutory Inspection of Anglican and. Methodist Schools (SIAMS).  Veronica has been to the School to talk to the Head, Mrs Kath Shephard about it, and to find out what the children think. 



New Blood for the PCC

Whitewell welcomed three new members to the PCC at the meeting last night.  John Swift, Charlotte Lawder and Edward Watts all attended the first meeting of the new PCC.  Veronica has been pushing to get younger people on to the PCC and Edward & Charlotte represent a new generation.  



Marbury Merry Days

Our thanks to Ben Black from Marbury who has created this wonderful video of the Marbury Merry Days, some of it using his drone aircraft.  Congratulations Ben, it's lovely !  




No Man's Heath

Veronica has been out and about in No Man's Heath, that splendid community that is part of the Parish of Tushingham




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