Church Eaton

 A Staffordshire village with lots going on.
For a "STREET  VIEW"  Click the link , zoom Google Maps, then drag the yellow man on to the map.

Site Last Updated: 21/09/2016

From the South East

From the North East

East of the Village

From the North

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Village Events and News

For the latest village news, click 'Justin's Jottings'. Make sure you read them - lots of people do!

If you have any contributions please contact the Webmaster on john@churcheaton.org.uk  or call 823O67 it's your web site!

Special Events 2016

Next Coffee Morning Thursday 6th October The Village Institute Contact Jenny on 824882 or

Justin on 824788 for more details.

Next Market Day Saturday 15th October The Village Institute
Flower Festival

Prelude Concert

23rd September St Editha's Church 7.30 p.m. Tickets are 6 to include a glass of wine or soft drink.

Contact Sharon on 01785 780391 or Julie Howarth on 01785 823049

Flower Festival 24th and 25th September St Editha's Church

SEE POSTER ABOVE

10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Refreshments will be on sale in the institute.

Contact Sharon on 01785 780391.

 

Regular Events

Sundays

 

Various services - (see "Justin's Jottings" for details.)
or for the United Benefice site click here

St Editha's Church

Tuesdays 10 a.m - 3 p.m. Why not give the Churchyard Team a hand to maintain this important part of the village St Editha's Church

Wednesdays

10 a.m.

Church Eaton Toddlers Group

Church Eaton School

Wednesdays

7 p.m.

Bell Ringing

St Editha's Church

Wednesdays

7 p.m.

Church Eaton and District Dog Society

 Church Eaton Village Institute 

First Tuesday monthly

 7.30 p.m.

Church Eaton Parish Council

 Church Eaton Village Institute

Second Tuesday monthly

 7 to 9 p.m.

The Crafty Lot - Adults 2 children 50p (babies free) includes refreshments.

 Church Eaton Village Institute

Second or Third Friday 2.45 p.m. to
3.45 p.m.
Mobile Library Van  - Parked by the Post Box See Justin's Jottings
for detailed dates

To see the Institute Facebook page go to: www.facebook.com/churcheatonvillageinstitute

To find some items that have gone from this front page click here

 

For local crime warnings from POLICE - click here

Bits and Pieces

Click here for the latest
Parish Council News.

To read the Parish Council Chairman's
Report to the Annual Parish Meeting
Click here.

For NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH and
RURAL WATCH WARNINGS
Click here

or to read the important Newsletters click here
(click here for) Advice from Neighbourhood Watch  

Online Watch Link (OWL), Valuable advice,    News

PCSO Scott Biddulph on 0300 123 4455 or email scott.biddulph@staffordshire.pnn.police.uk
Gnosall Police Station is 01785 234828
www.staffordshirepolice.police.uk

Wheaton Aston Pharmacy has now
opened on Long Street Call 01785 841811
or e-mail nhspharmacy111@gmail.com

Don't forget that we have the excellent
"Farm on Wheels" based
in Church Eaton.

To bring the countryside to your school,
party or other organisation click here or check our 'Businesses' tab above.

 CHURCH EATON - Portrait of a Village

Made by filmmaker, historian Ray Johnson,
Professor of
Film Heritage and Documentary
at Staffordshire University.

The cost of the revised second edition
is still available at 15 with all proceeds
going to the Festival funds.

Click for more details

Bin Collection Dates

Click here for the calendar

CIVIC AMENITIES VISITS
(Skip Lorry)
Usually 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.
at the Royal Oak Car Park
9th April,  30th July & 26th November

Bus timetable
to Stafford, Derrington, Bradley, Haughton,
Church Eaton, Marston, and Wolverhampton

Public Transport
or Car Planner
To assist people looking for family or genealogical research,
(who often contact the webmaster), a large number of St Editha's
gravestone and tomb pictures have been put on line.
This is part of an attempt to record and classify them
for the benefit of current and future generations.
If you can help decipher some of the more difficult ones
please contact
john@churcheaton.org.uk
The ones on line are not yet edited or classified,
but are easier to search than crawling around the churchyard.
To access the pictures of the rear churchyard
click here and click here for the front churchyard.

THE VILLAGE BLOG
Visitors to the village or to this web site;
please comment on the "Visitors" topic of the Blog
How to use the BLOG

Sadly, idiot spammers have attacked our Village Blog
and put inappropriate material on it,
so now I have to try to filter the content
before it can be displayed. This will result
in delays in seeing your genuine contributions,
but I think that is better than exposing
villagers of all ages to offensive postings. Sorry! John.

Local History Club
The Village history web site gives details
of their activities. Passwords are issued to club members.

We have not met for some time,
as all the work seems to fall on the same shoulders.

Ian Hennwinkle continues to provide local finds
that give a picture of past residents of our parish.
If you would like to revive the club and help delve into the past
and present of Church Eaton, please call 823O67.

The Village Institute
Your help is always needed to run the hall.
Click here for job descriptions.
Click here for committee members

Staffordshire Police Citizen's Panel

Click for detail

The Church Eaton Tennis Club Web Site
is now at

http://www.churcheatontennisclub.org.uk/

Village Welcome Packs are available  

click here for details

NOTE: Link to Staffordshire Past Track
showing historic pictures in this county
is under
Village Activities.
Type in "Church Eaton" for local pictures

Despite his re-enactment during the 2010 Scarecrow
Festival, Knotty's original performance on
"The Plinth" has now been archived,
(sadly only 6 minutes of the 60) . 
To see the clip click here

The Village has two members of the
Staffordshire Open Studios. Bob Thacker
of Oaklands Studios and Rachel Millington of Rose Villa.

(click the names for details)
Click here for artists and makers who have appeared at the village festival

Hits since revised site created in August 2006

The Royal Oak now has a new web site.
Click here

 

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