Budbrooke Parish Council

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Birmingham 2022 Queen’s Baton Relay to visit Warwick District as full England route revealed.

Birmingham 2022 Queen’s Baton Relay to visit Warwick District as full England route revealed  Queen’s Baton Relay route through England revealed Baton will visit Warwick District on Friday 22 July The Baton will visit Kenilworth Castle, Warwick, and Whitnash Civic Centre and Library Wednesday 11 May 2022: The Birmingham 2022 …

New bus service

New Bus Service from 16th May Warwickshire County Council and Stagecoach have decided to discontinue the 16 service and replace it with an online demand based service. With this service you will be able to order a return journey to anywhere in Warwick and Kenilworth and the rural area to …

Council tax scams

We are aware of a scam where people are receiving an email from Government Digital Services or Council Tax – payments with details of a Council Tax refund or credit and a link to fill in your bank details. If you receive such an email, please delete it and do not enter your bank …

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 …

Warwickshire Road Safety Partnership is encouraging bikers to refresh your skills ready for the new season

Warwickshire Road Safety Partnership is encouraging bikers to get the most out of your bike this season by refreshing your riding skills and learning some new ones at a one day BikeSafe or half day Biker Down course. BikeSafe is a national police run motorcycle initiative, aimed at working with …

Further public information sessions announced for Commonwealth Games

Warwick District Council has extended its programme of events for residents and businesses who are interested in finding out more about the preparations, programme and opportunities available as we build-up to this summer’s Commonwealth Games. Wednesday 6 April 7.30 am to 8.30 am – Online business information session. To register …

Next steps taken for new Country Park

Proposals to create a new green haven for local residents and wildlife have come a step closer with the submission of a planning application to Warwick District Council. The Council’s Planning Committee will be asked to consider the detailed plans for Tachbrook Country Park, which if approved will become one …

Police and partners work together during road safety enforcement operations

Warwickshire Police Roads Policing Officers (RPO) and Special Constables have taken part in two road safety enforcement operations supported by the DVSA with the aim of making Warwickshire’s roads safer for everyone. Sixteen vehicles were weighed during the first operation on 17 February.  This resulted in two drivers being prosecuted …

Further grants available to businesses affected by Omicron

Further grants available to businesses affected by Omicron There’s more welcome news for businesses across the district, with discretionary grants being made available through Warwick District Council to support traders who have suffered a negative financial impact due to the Covid-19 Omicron variant. The latest round of funding will provide …

Warwickshire Road Safety Partnership publishes new Strategy to 2030

Warwickshire Road Safety Partnership publishes new Strategy to 2030 Warwickshire Road Safety Partnership has today published the Warwickshire Road Safety Strategy to 2030 setting out an ambitious target to reduce deaths and serious injuries on our roads by 50% by 2030. The development of the plan follows a public consultation …

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 …

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 …

Your Warwickshire

For information on what is happening in the Warwickshire County Council area, click on the link below: http://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/yourwarwickshire

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 …

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 …