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Events

Rural Cinema

This month's film at 7pm on Saturday 17th March will be Manchester by the Sea. Doors open at 6:30pm. The family film will be either Pete's Dragon or Paddington 2 at 4pm; doors open at 3:45pm. The family film will only be shown if there is a good response by Wednesday 10th April. Please email cinema@fcvh.org.uk or text 07850 630 401 to state your preference and to reserve seats. Tickets £3.

Pimm's and Pudding

This year's Pimm's and Pudding evening will be held in Fenny Compton Village Hall on Friday 15th June. More details to follow, but it will be an-other great evening to raise funds for Abacus Preschool so put the date in your diary and get a group of friends together for a night out.

South Warwickshire Citizens' Academy

Warwickshire Police is offering people aged over 16 in South Warwickshire an opportunity to learn about and experience the day-to-day workings of their local police force as part of the Citizens' Academy.
There will be a 10-week course to be held in Stratford on Wednesdays 6:30pm-8:30pm beginning on Wednesday 18th April . For more information & details of how to apply see bit.ly/SWCAcademy.

Fenny Compton Church

Easter Day: Sunday 1st April The Easter Day service at Fenny Compton Church will be at 9:45am.


Family Service: Sunday 15th April at 10:30am Fenny Compton Church. This is a short, child friendly service to which everyone is welcome.


Annual Parochial Church Meeting: 7:30pm Thursday 19th April Fenny Compton Church. All those included on the Church Electoral Register will be able to vote and everyone is welcome to attend.

Fenny Compton Methodist Church

Coffee Mornings: Coffee Mornings are held each Friday 10:15am-12noon with lots of fun upstairs for Mums and Toddlers. We would be pleased to see you at our Church services or Coffee Mornings - there is always a great welcome at the Chapel.

Fenny Compton Church Fete 2018

Please mark Saturday 9th June in your diary for the biennial Fenny Compton Church Fete. This traditional village fete will be held from 1pm to 4pm in the beautiful grounds of The Lodge on Avon Dassett Road and all are warmly welcome!
There will be a Grand Raffle, a Fun Dog Show, a White Elephant Stall, the Tea Tent, a Barbeque, Pimm's, Children's Corner, all the usual attractions and much more.
We would be very grateful for your contributions and in next month's Chronicle there will be more detail about how to participate and support the event. If you would like to help or have any questions, please contact either Lesley Bosman 770 976 or Fiona Meyrick 770 865.

Messy Church

Awaiting update.

Just a Bite

Just a Bite will be on Monday 30th April 12noon-1:30pm in Fenny Compton Village Hall. A light lunch of homemade soup, roll and cheese. Cost: £3.50 with tea, coffee and homemade cake also available.

Fenny Compton Bowling Club Open Day

Fenny Compton Bowling Club are holding an Open Day on Sunday 29th April from 2pm.
- Did you used to play a sport but no longer can?
- Do you want to try a new sport?
-Do you want to play bowls again?
or are you interested in socialising?
Fenny Compton Bowling Club could be for you!
- All equipment and tuition can be provided
-You only need a pair of flat soled footwear to play
- Open to all ages, so if you fancy a few hours out with the family come and have a look.
- If you do not fancy playing, we do have a licensed bar.
- We will be holding a Raffle on the day with a 1st prize of a Meal for 2 at the Merrie Lion, kindly donated by the landlord, Nigel Leck, who is also our President!
We look forward to seeing you.

Summer Courses

Southam College: The Community Education centre offers a varied programme of daytime and evening courses in Southam and surrounding villages. The Summer term starts from 23rd April. There are places available for Cake decorating, Digital Photograph, Family History and Watercolour and Mixed Media Art classes.
Leaflets are available in many local venues including libraries, leisure centre & shops. The leaflet is also on-line and can be viewed on the web page www.southamcollege.com/about/community-education which also gives with further information about courses and scale of fees.
Some classes are oversubscribed so please contact Sue Hawthorn to check availability and reserve a place, email commed.s@welearn365.com or call on 01926 810 942. Like Southam College on Facebook for updates and links.
Pound Lane Lillington: Warwickshire Community Education are offering six 3-hour sessions on Family History topics in May & June. Sessions: Ancestry.co.uk website, Findmypast website, Family Tree Maker software, Breaking Down Brick Walls, Familysearch website & Kill off your Ancestors. You can book as many or few as you wish. Cost per session: £13.50; over 63 £6.75; free for those in receipt of certain bene-fits eg ESA, Housing/Council Tax Benefit, etc. To book call 01926 736 392. See the website www.warwickshire.gov.uk/our courses.
Rugby: The Percival Guildhouse in Rugby offer a wide range of courses including some Dayschools. Check out their website www.percival-guildhouse.co.uk.

Safe in … Warwickshire

Warwickshire County Council are offering free sessions at the places below for parents to help them understand how to keep children safe online. The session will cover, monitoring websites, how to apply security measures, prevention of grooming and who to contact for help.
Rugby - Hill Street Centre Friday 16th February 9:30am-11:30am
Nuneaton - CHESS Centre Thursday 1st March 9:30am-11:30am
Leamington - SYDNI Centre Tuesday 13th March 9:30am-11:30am
Stratford - Tyler House Tuesday 20th March 9:30am-11:30am
To book a free place or for more details contact the Community Safety team at communitysafety@warwickshire.gov.uk

Tots and Toddlers

Toddlers is taking a break for the school Easter holidays, returning on Wednesday April 18th. We have lots of springtime crafts and activities planned. If you would like to come and join us, we offer a friendly welcome and lots of toys and activities for children from birth to school age. We meet in Fenny Compton Village Hall each Wednesday morning 9:45am-11:45am. £2 per family, 50p for additional children including refreshments. First week free. We are also now on Facebook.

Abacus

Thank you to everyone who supported our Easter Egg hunt, we hope everyone enjoyed this popular event. These events take a lot of hard work and effort to make them successful and, ultimately, raise vital money for Abacus. Whilst we have a lovely new building, the upkeep is on-going, and we still have the toilets to finish and the outside space to improve, so we need to keep fundraising! If anyone has any new ideas for fundraising we would love to talk to you, and welcome any help.
The children have celebrated Mother's Day, learned about big and small, and how to wash our hands properly to get rid of germs.
The children are enjoying the time they spend in reception, listening to stories and singing songs. The time spent in reception helps greatly with the transition into school.
Please call and see us if you wish to register your child or just an informal chat about your requirements. We look forward to seeing you.

Avon Dassett Gardening Club

Why not join us for our next meeting which will be a partly social evening with a plant sale and cream tea following a talk on encouraging birds into our gardens? This will be held in Farnborough Village Hall at 7:30pm on Tuesday 17th April.
For more information about our club, please contact Gill Lewis.

Over 60s

At our March meeting Deborah Lea gave us an interesting General Knowledge Quiz which everyone enjoyed. Our next meeting will be held on Tuesday 10th April at 2:30pm in Fenny Compton Village Hall when the speaker will be from The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association. Please come along and join us for afternoon tea with sandwiches and homemade cakes, you will be made most welcome.

Fenny Compton & District WI

Well, I was wrong about March heralding better weather; I hope you have all recovered from the snow. Our quiz team did not progress to the next round of the Warwickshire WI's Centenary quiz, but they certainly did not disgrace themselves either.
David Fry at our March meeting gave a talk about the Marton Museum of Bygones, how it was started by a local resident in the 1960s, is mainly run by volunteers and contains an idiosyncratic collection reflecting Warwickshire rural life over the last 200 years. We were very impressed and hope to visit it later in the year.
Nine of our members attended the Warwickshire Federation Centenary Meeting on 19th March and spent an enjoyable day meeting members from all over the county.
Our next meeting on Wednesday 11th April will be devoted to learning about the Bossa Nova and South American Music! Neville Cooper will be in charge and we are looking forward to an exciting evening.
Guests are welcome to any of our meetings for a small charge of £5 which includes refreshments and a raffle ticket.
We have another night out in April as Bishops Itchington are hosting the Dassett Group's Annual meeting this should be great fun as BI always put on a good show.
A date for your diary is our first Tea and Cakes afternoon of the year. This popular event will be held at 3pm Friday May 4th in Fenny Compton Village Hall. Come along and join in the fun. We also hope to see you at the School's Farmers Market where we will be taking a table.
New members are always welcome. Any information can be obtained form our secretary Deborah Lea on 770 652.

Fenny Compton Scout Group

Our Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorers have had a busy start to 2018 with tent pitching challenges, Fairtrade evenings and Ready Steady Cook, with each section working on key aspects of the scouting programme.
The group was proud of our Beavers, Cubs and Scouts who took part in the Warwickshire Scouts and Guides Gang Show, they worked extraordinarily hard to pull off a fantastic performance – it was a great experience for all involved.
World Scout Jamboree Update: Sam and Izzy have been busy with fundraising for the World Scout Jamboree. Sam Allen writes ‘Our training started with a ‘getting to know you day' where we met the other people in the Warwickshire unit. Since then we have had a training camp at Hatton where we took part in a day hike, learnt about health and hygiene and how to keep ourselves safe on social media when publicising the Jamboree. The camp helped us to make friends and to start being more independent.
Our biggest challenge at the moment is fundraising. I've managed to raise 16% of my £3500 goal by car washing, supermarket bag packs, doing odd jobs around the house and delivering Christmas cards. We have lots of fundraising activities planned for the summer including more bag packs, a sponsored cycle ride, summer fete stalls and a community car wash at The Wharf.'
The following are key fundraising activities; it would be great if you could get involved:


Friends of Fenny: To support Sam and Izzy on their journey to the World Scout Jamboree in 2019, for a donation of £20, you can become a ‘Friend of Fenny' – you will receive regular newsletters on their activities and planning for the visit and a postcard from the Jamboree. To become a ‘Friend of Fenny', please email Sarah Allen sarahjallen13@gmail.com
Fenny Car Wash: On 30th June, we will be running a car wash at The Wharf Inn – from £5/car. If you would like your vehicle washing, please come along, and spread the word!


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Fenny Compton Parish Council

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