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W.I. Programme for 2019

Cropwell Butler & Tythby WI Programme for 2019 Anyone interested in joining us or finding out more about the Village WI can be assured of a very warm and friendly welcome at any of the following meetings. If you would prefer to accompany a member then please ring...

The Chapel’s Easter Event

The Chapel’s Easter Event 2019 Lots of children hunted around the Sheldon Field for Easter eggs (carefully avoiding the footballers warming up on the pitch) and enthusiastically swapped the plastic eggs for chocolate ones at the finish. We then moved on to the Chapel...

A Marathon Run

A Marathon Run by Jo Henstock
 On Sunday 26th May I ran the Edinburgh marathon. You may have seen me clocking up the miles around the village. I’m normally the one looking red-faced and huffing! This year I’ve done 550 miles of running to train, including 7 x half...

Sheldon Field News – June 2019

Sheldon Field News Over the past few months work has been undertaken to create ponds in the North West corner of the field. The existing ponds were excavated and lined with a butyl liner using the last of the funds from the John Samworth legacy. This work was carried...

Village Hall News – June 2019

Cropwell Butler & Tythby Village Hall News, June 2019 New Members If anyone would like to participate as a member of the Village Hall Committee, please contact the Newsletter (see Editor Notes above) or Mike Jones, the Committee Chairman. Meetings are monthly on the...

Exciting Bus News


As anticipated last month, we now have a second hourly bus and we have the timetable for this NEW circular bus service to and from Bingham! The service goes through Cropwell Butler, Cropwell Bishop, Langar, Barnstone, Granby, Sutton cum Granby, Elton, Orston,...

Hoodwinked Grand Charity Auction

Join us for a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase a unique hand-painted piece of much-loved public art as the Hoodwinked robins are auctioned to their forever homes, and help to raise funds for Nottinghamshire Hospice. Auctioneer: Charles Hanson (from BBC’s...

Lorry Watch

Any lorry over 7.5 tonne sighted in Cropwell Butler may be reported by using your mobile phone to take a photograph. Please upload to Lorry Watch on the NCC website ensuring the vehicle registration number is clearly displayed - you should give details of the time and...

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