Whilst our indoor activities are suspended our staff have been busy supporting people via phone , email or with zoom groupsOutdoor activities have started up again .Men in Sheds open Tues ,Wed ,Sat 10.00-14.00 [under UK Gov. Covid regulations ]For Outdoor Groups or for Zoom groups please contact your nearest Village Agent (below) for details.
Underneath The Archway at The Barn, Caldbeck by kind permission of Wendy and Robin Oatridge. Home made cakes, traybakes and jams for sale. Proceeds in aid of Caldbeck Multi Purpose Tennis Court fencing repairs. If you can bake or make anything for the sale please contact Antoinette Ward on 016974 78220. Please wear a mask
CALDBECK MULTI PURPOSE TENNIS COURT ASSOCIATIONCaldbeck Tennis Court is situated on the School Field and opens for play in 2021 on Saturday 3rd April. It is a village tennis court open to all, outside School hours and during the School holidays, on payment of court fees. Please book and pay before you play (booking board
As our printers are closed during the COVID19 lockdown we have produced a version of the Warnell parishes magazine that can be accessed on line, via warnellparishes.org.uk. Please check out the September issue, available now as a PDF file. If you would like to contribute to the next issue please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are self-isolating and need help with shopping, prescriptions, or telephone support, please contact your Northern Fells Village Agent Helen Sturges on 016974 78556 or Email: email@example.com and she will put you in touch with the necessary help.
CALDBECK PLAYERS : ALADDIN THE PANTOMIME Caldbeck Players presented Aladdin the Pantomime in Caldbeck Parish Hall on January 22, 23 and 24 with a cast of all ages from 7 to 70. The audience were met by the colourful spectacle of Persian minarets designed and painted on the backcloth by Rebecca Brockbank followed later by
Thank you to everyone involved, young and old, in the Carol Singing around Caldbeck Village on the evening of the 18th December. We were able to form two groups for the village but couldn’t muster a third group to go around the farms or Upton. Maybe next year we’ll have a few more singers and
“Memories of Christmas” at St Kentigern’s Church, Caldbeck Friday 30 Nov – Sunday 2 December 2018 There were 27 Christmas trees and other exhibits decorating the Church People came together from all over the Benefice to help with a host of activities: decoration of trees, making garlands and swags, preparing and serving refreshments, reciting monologues,
THE WIZARD OF OZ : CALDBECK PLAYERS : November 2017 This review by Keith Richardson first appeared in the Cumberland and Westmorland Herald and in slightly abridged form in the Cumberland News. CALDBECK Players’ The Wizard of Oz, performed over three nights in the village hall, was a magical production in more ways than one.