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Woodhouse Parish Council

Serving the people of Woodhouse & Woodhouse Eaves

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Clerk: Ann Irving
272 Forest Road, Woodhouse
Loughborough LE12 8UA

Tel: 01509 890050

What's On

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Outdoor children's activities

Tue, 29 May 2018

A range of activities for children at half term: survival, archery, water sports, high ropes, climbing, abseiling. Contact 0116 305 3110 or holidayclub@leics.gov.uk

Venue:
Beaumanor Hall
Contact:
Leics CC

Outdoor children's activities

Wed, 30 May 2018

A range of activities for children at half term: survival, archery, water sports, high ropes, climbing, abseiling. Contact 0116 305 3110 or holidayclub@leics.gov.uk

Venue:
Beaumanor Hall
Contact:
Leics CC

Outdoor children's activities

Thu, 31 May 2018

A range of activities for children at half term: survival, archery, water sports, high ropes, climbing, abseiling. Contact 0116 305 3110 or holidayclub@leics.gov.uk

Venue:
Beaumanor Hall
Contact:
Leics CC

1940s Wartime weekend at Quorn & Woodhouse station

Fri, 01 Jun 2018

Dress up for the weekend. Battle of Britain flypasts both days with Spitfire on Sunday. Mock battles, music and dancing. Displays include a static Spitfire you can pay to sit in. Prices: Quorn station yard only: £5 - these can be used towards the cost of all-day rover tickets purchased later at Quorn Station Booking Office. All day rover tickets: (Normal GCR fares apply)Adult: £16, Senior concession: £14, Child (5 and over): £9, 1 adult and up to 3 children: £25, 2 adults and up to 3 children: £35, Friends & Privilege adult: £9, Friends & Privilege child runabout: £5. Return and short hop tickets will not be available. Lots of displays are still being set up on the Friday, so not all exhibits will be in situ - this is reflected in the fare price.

Venue:
Quorn & Woodhouse Steam railway
Contact:
Great Central Steam Railway

Outdoor children's activities

Fri, 01 Jun 2018

A range of activities for children at half term: survival, archery, water sports, high ropes, climbing, abseiling. Contact 0116 305 3110 or holidayclub@leics.gov.uk

Venue:
Beaumanor Hall
Contact:
Leics CC
1940s Wartime weekend at Quorn & Woodhouse station

1940s Wartime weekend at Quorn & Woodhouse station

Sat, 02 Jun 2018

Dress up for the weekend. Battle of Britain flypasts both days with Spitfire on Sunday. Mock battles, music and dancing. Displays include a static Spitfire you can pay to sit in. Prices: Quorn station yard only: £5 - these can be used towards the cost of all-day rover tickets purchased later at Quorn Station Booking Office. All day rover tickets: (Normal GCR fares apply)Adult: £16, Senior concession: £14, Child (5 and over): £9, 1 adult and up to 3 children: £25, 2 adults and up to 3 children: £35, Friends & Privilege adult: £9, Friends & Privilege child runabout: £5. Return and short hop tickets will not be available. Lots of displays are still being set up on the Friday, so not all exhibits will be in situ - this is reflected in the fare price.

Venue:
Quorn & Woodhouse Steam railway
Contact:
Great Central Steam Railway
Art exhibition

Art exhibition

Sat, 02 Jun 2018 10:00

Charnwood Drawing & Painting annual exhibition 10-4

Venue:
Village Hall Annexe
Contact:
The Club
Tags: Events

Cricket match

Sat, 02 Jun 2018 13:00

Match today

Venue:
Playing field, Woodhouse Eaves
Contact:
Cricket Club
Open Gardens weekend

Open Gardens weekend

Sat, 02 Jun 2018 14:00

Woodhouse Eaves open gardens - raised funds for St Paul's Church.

Venue:
Whole village
Contact:
St Paul's Church

1940s Wartime weekend at Quorn & Woodhouse station

Sun, 03 Jun 2018

Dress up for the weekend. Battle of Britain flypasts both days with Spitfire on Sunday. Mock battles, music and dancing. Displays include a static Spitfire you can pay to sit in. Prices: Quorn station yard only: £5 - these can be used towards the cost of all-day rover tickets purchased later at Quorn Station Booking Office. All day rover tickets: (Normal GCR fares apply)Adult: £16, Senior concession: £14, Child (5 and over): £9, 1 adult and up to 3 children: £25, 2 adults and up to 3 children: £35, Friends & Privilege adult: £9, Friends & Privilege child runabout: £5. Return and short hop tickets will not be available. Lots of displays are still being set up on the Friday, so not all exhibits will be in situ - this is reflected in the fare price.

Venue:
Quorn & Woodhouse Steam railway
Contact:
Great Central Steam Railway

Art exhibition

Sun, 03 Jun 2018 10:00

Charnwood Drawing & Painting annual exhibition 10-4

Venue:
Village Hall Annexe
Contact:
The Club
Tags: Events

Open Gardens weekend

Sun, 03 Jun 2018 14:00

Woodhouse Eaves open gardens - raised funds for St Paul's Church.

Venue:
Whole village
Contact:
St Paul's Church
BioBlitz 2

BioBlitz 2

Fri, 08 Jun 2018 19:00

Friday night and Saturday are booked for the second parish-wide, 24 hour BioBlitz c/o our Heritage Wardens. The last one included talks, displays, wildlife walks, bat listening, and collecting information on flora and fauna around the parish. Open to all with some special events for children. Further details to follow, but information from the last one can be seen on the NatureSpot website:
http://www.naturespot.org.uk/parish/woodhouse

Venue:
Village Hall ANNEXE, Woodhouse Eaves
Contact:
Heritage Wardens
Bat walk and talk

Bat walk and talk

Fri, 08 Jun 2018 19:00

BioBlitz event - at St Paul's by 2100 Details at www.stpaulsheritage.org

Venue:
St Paul's Church
Contact:
St Paul's Church

BioBlitz 2

Sat, 09 Jun 2018 09:00

Friday night and Sturday are booked for the second parish-wide BioBlitz c/o our Heritage Wardens. The last one included talks, displays, wildlife walks, bat listening, and collecting information on flora and fauna around the parish. Open to all with some special events for children. Further details to follow, but information from the last one can be seen on the NatureSpot website:
http://www.naturespot.org.uk/parish/woodhouse

Venue:
Village Hall, Woodhouse Eaves
Contact:
Heritage Wardens
Pet Fest

Pet Fest

Sat, 09 Jun 2018 11:00

RSPCA Woodside Animal Centre hold a Pet Fest with games, food & drink, dog agility, animal experts from 11-4

Venue:
RSPCA Woodside Animal Centre
Contact:
RSPCA

Cricket match

Sat, 09 Jun 2018 13:00

Match today

Venue:
Playing field, Woodhouse Eaves
Contact:
Cricket Club
Open Farm Sunday

Open Farm Sunday

Sun, 10 Jun 2018 10:30

All over the UK - go to https://farmsunday.org/ and enter a post code. Some are not far away:

Venue:
Farms in the area
Contact:
Farms direct

Pet Fest

Sun, 10 Jun 2018 11:00

RSPCA Woodside Animal Centre hold a Pet Fest with games, food & drink, dog agility, animal experts from 11-4

Venue:
RSPCA Woodside Animal Centre
Contact:
RSPCA
Local History - you and yours

Local History - you and yours

Mon, 11 Jun 2018 19:30

Local History Group talks by members on objects of interest:

Rescued from the Bins at Swithland Triangle: The story of the Parish Council report 1895. Roger Berkeley
Samuel and the Vicar's Pigeons A tale about a former parish councillor Gerald Berrington
Christmas Letters from St Pauls Letters from a former head teacher to his pupils Evelyn Brown
Under the Cosh How one protected one's property in the 19th century Richard Mollart
With the Royal Flying Corps in Palestine Tales from the early days of flying John Thorne

Venue:
Methodist Church
Contact:
Local History Group
Tags: Events
Neighbourhood Plan - first open meeting

Neighbourhood Plan - first open meeting

Wed, 13 Jun 2018 19:00

Open to all, this meeting will introduce the organisations that will help the community to develop a Neighbourhood Plan. They are the Rural Community Council, their planning consultant, and Charnwood Borough Council's planning department. The meeting will also explain what's involved, who needs to be involved and consulted, and how to get going with a steering group.

Venue:
King George V Room, Woodhouse Eaves
Contact:
Clerk
Documents:
Neighbourhood Plan - first open meeting (PDF, 87 Kb)
Neighbourhood Plan Agenda 13 Jun 2018 (PDF, 24 Kb)

Wildlife weekend in Bradgate Park

Sat, 16 Jun 2018

Fun for all, all weekend - see more at http://www.bradgatepark.org/whats-on/

Venue:
Bradgate Park
Contact:
Bradgate Park

Stories from the PDSA

Wed, 20 Jun 2018 19:30

Talk by Sian Beech at the WI monthly meeting. All welcome.

Venue:
Village Hall, Woodhouse Eaves
Contact:
WI
Tags: Events

Solstice Run

Fri, 22 Jun 2018 17:00

Runners on Beacon Hill this evening for the Solstice Run starting at 5pm. https://www.jackrabbitevents.co.uk/beacon-solstice-run

Venue:
Beacon Hill
Contact:
Solstice run above
Tags: Events

Cricket match

Sat, 23 Jun 2018 13:00

Match today

Venue:
Playing field, Woodhouse Eaves
Contact:
Cricket Club

The stained glass windows

Sat, 23 Jun 2018 15:00

Mike Harding will tell the story of the windows at St Paul's Church. The Church is open 0930-4.30 except 12-2

Venue:
St Paul's Church
Contact:
St Paul's Church

Armed Forces Day

Sat, 30 Jun 2018

Do something for Armed Forces Day e.g. Bake for Heroes, buy a t-shirt, etc. See more at bakeforheroes.org.uk and h4hweb.com/shop

Venue:
none
Contact:
none
Tags: Events

The bells of St Paul's

Sat, 30 Jun 2018 15:00

A talk on the bells by Evelyn Brown

Venue:
St Paul's Church
Contact:
St Paul's Church