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Creative practitioner sought for ‘Circle of Reflection and Hope’ youth project

Creative practitioner sought for ‘Circle of Reflection and Hope’ youth project Warwick District Council is seeking to appoint a creative practitioner to work with young people aged 11-16 to create five pop-up art installations that reflect how the pandemic has affected their wellbeing. Working with schools and youth groups across …

Warwickshire Police announces the results of December anti drink and drug driving campaign

Warwickshire Police announces the results of December anti drink and drug driving campaign In true Christmas spirit, the public, CCTV operators and even a Christmas elf all contributed to improving road safety by assisting Warwickshire Police in proactively targeting suspected drink and drug drivers during the national Christmas anti drink …

Grants available to hospitality and leisure businesses affected by Omicron

Grants available to hospitality and leisure businesses affected by Omicron There’s some welcome news for businesses across the district, as the latest round of Government grants announced in December are now available to apply for through Warwick District Council. These new grants, are one-off payments of up to £6000 aimed …

Community Economic Recovery Fund opens for local community groups in Warwick district

Community Economic Recovery Fund opens for local community groups in Warwick district Warwick District Council has launched a new fund for community groups and not-for-profit organisations in Warwick district that are supporting vulnerable people during the ongoing pandemic. Grants of up to £3,000 are available to those organisations that are …

Queen’s Baton Relay – the search is on for inspirational people to carry the Baton

Queen’s Baton Relay – the search is on for inspirational people to carry the Baton Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games organisers have launched a recruitment campaign to find “Batonbearers” for the Birmingham 2022 Queen’s Baton Relay in England. Do you know someone in Warwick District who is an inspiration? Please nominate …

Warwickshire residents asked to share views on bus services 

Warwickshire residents are being asked to share their views on the improvements that need to be made to local bus services in Warwickshire. More than 1,600 people took part in a consultation last summer to help shape the Warwickshire Bus Service Improvement Plan (BSIP) which was published in November 2021. The BSIP set out desired improvements to the bus network in response to the National …

Temporary Traffic Order – Watery Lane/ Hampton Road closed to vehicular traffic

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984, SECTION 14 TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF B4463 WATERY LANE / HAMPTON ROAD, SHERBOURNE Warwickshire County Council has made a Temporary Traffic Order details as indicated below: Effect of Order Watery Lane/ Hampton Road closed to vehicular traffic. Reason for Order To prevent access to A46 resurfacing …

Temporary Traffic Order Arras Boulevard

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984, SECTION 14 TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF D5299 ARRAS BOULEVARD & D5305 MARTEN CLOSE, HAMPTON MAGNA Warwickshire County Council proposes to make a Temporary Traffic Order details as indicated below: Effect of Order Roads closed to vehicular traffic as indicated below: Arras Boulevard closed between its junctions …

FREE mobile Wi-Fi routers for those with super-slow broadband speeds

FREE mobile Wi-Fi routers for those with super-slow broadband speeds If super-slow broadband speeds are having a negative impact on your household or business, we may be able to help you through our Mobile Broadband Connectivity Project. We’ve recently been testing a number of mobile Wi-Fi broadband devices in areas …

Police target drink and drug drivers as part of national NPCC operation

Police target drink and drug drivers as part of national NPCC operation Warwickshire Police will be proactively targeting suspected drink and drug drivers and raising awareness of the serious penalties they could face, during the national Christmas anti drink drug driving operation that starts on Wednesday 1 December 2021. Officers …

15M Lost To Online Shopping Scams

Online shopping scams cost shoppers £15.4 million over the Christmas period last year. New data from Action Fraud, the national reporting centre for fraud and cyber crime, reveals that 28,049 shoppers were conned out of their money when shopping online over the Christmas period last year – an increase of …

Warwickshire Road Safety Partnership

Warwickshire Road Safety Partnership are focusing on our mature driver reviews. The mature driver review is funded by WCC and is an hour-long bespoke session, tailored to the individuals needs with an approved driving instructor. The assessment is particularly suited to drivers 70 + with over twenty years of driving …

Community-led support groups

Warwickshire County Council is aware that a large number of community-led support groups, many of them informal groups, are emerging in response to COVID-19. These groups are providing invaluable local support and we’re keen to know about, engage and communicate with them. If you are aware of any support groups …

Mobile Library service

We now have a Mobile Library service visiting the Village. It will be parked in Grove Croft for 25 minutes from 15.05 till 15.30 on the following Thursdays in 2020 January 9, 30 February 20 March 12 April 2, 23 May 14 June 4, 25 July 16 August 6, 27 …

WDC Environment and Barford’s BAR ZERO

At the last Budbrooke Parish Council meeting I set out that the environment and climate change was at the forefront of the District’s Conservative administration’s business strategy. In empathy with that theme, and as the Portfolio holder for Business & Environment, I wanted to encourage Parish and Town Councils to …

Xmas Refuse Collections

Your refuse and recycling collections will change over Christmas There will be no refuse or recycling collections on Christmas Day, Boxing Day or New Year’s Day. All collections will be affected by the following changes: Normal collection date New collection date over Christmas Mon 23 Dec 2019 Sat 21 Dec …

Budbrooke Consolidated Charities – part-time secretary/administrator

Budbrooke Consolidated Charities The Charities are seeking to engage a part-time secretary/administrator.  Ideally the successful applicant will have good administration, book-keeping and communication skills.  The post would suit an individual working from home.  There are normally only four meetings a year. For further details please email: mike.dutton1@btinternet.com – Chairman of …

Police Citizens Academy September 2019

South Warwickshire Citizens’ Academy Warwickshire Police is offering people in South Warwickshire an exciting opportunity to learn about and experience the day-to-day workings of their local police force as part of the Citizens’ Academy. 10th September 2019 to 20th November 2019 This programme provides local people over the age of …

Traffic Management Survey

The Parish Council had asked the County Council to do traffic counts on the main roads in the parish, in particular Hampton-on-the-Hill and Hampton Magna, to inform councillors when discussing the issue. Below are relevant links on the findings and reports. Summary of Traffic Count in HOTH 2004 as a …

Budbrooke Charities

Budbrooke Charities is made up of two funds, one for under 25’s in education or training, and one for people in need. In the past awards have been given to young people in school, college or university for books, overseas trips, equipment, Outward Bound course, travel. sports competitions, and other …

Energy Warwickshire

Energy Warwickshire is a group buying syndicate helping to save money for those households who are not on mains gas.  Energy Warwickshire is a project managed by WRCC who are the only charity in Warwickshire working  to combat rural inequality. We have over 550 members across Warwickshire and are placing …

Parish History

Budbrooke Parish, situated about two miles north west of Warwick, is bounded by M40, A46 and A4177 before crossing farmland near Hatton. It is divided both geographically and historically into three main areas – the ancient village of Budbrooke centred around St. Michael’s Church, Hampton-on-the-Hill, and Hampton Magna. Budbrooke Village …

Open Door Cafe

The Open Door Café is a community hub in the village sponsored by St Michaels Church Budbrooke and run by volunteers. It provides refreshments and activities for individuals and community groups, Twirling Toddlers, 20-30’s group and Over 50’s lunch club, Open Hearts – seniors group and much more. There is …

Scouts

1st Hampton Magna Scout Group is a well-established Scout Group operating from Hampton Magna. They have been established for over 35 years and have active Beaver, Cub and Scout Sections. They welcome both male and female members into the Group. If you are interested in obtaining further information please see their website …

Budbrooke Primary School

The present school – in the middle of Hampton Magna – was opened in 1968, replacing the previous school in Hampton-on-the-Hill. For full details of school history, curriculum, policies, uniform, staff, governors, contact details, term times, etc. please visit the school’s own website by clicking here.

Budrooke Medical Centre

Budrooke Medical Centre is a small rural dispensing practice – based solely in Hampton Magna – but also providing a service to many of the surrounding villages. For full details of medical staff, services offered, opening hours, on-line facilities, etc., please visit the Medical Centre’s own website by clicking here.

Churches

The Parish is serviced by 2 churches – St. Michael’s Church Budbrooke and St. Charles Borromeo RC Church, Hampton-on-the-Hill. St. Michael’s Located on the outskirts of Warwick, and in the middle of a number of new and established communities St Michael’s is a lively and growing church with a powerful history and …

Budbrooke Consolidated Charities

The Charity was originally set up with money and land donated by Job Marston, Christian Celeye, William Knibb, Thomas Green, Edward Hopkins and John Stanhope Dormer. The Charity has two separate funds, one for Education and the other for “relief in need”. The school, which was in Old School Lane, Hampton-on-the-Hill …