Village Hall Ends Year on High and Launches 2017 Events
Withybrook Village Hall finished their 2016 season on a high with another successful skittles evening, and launched their 2017 season of events. The year kicks off with a race evening on January 28th. As well as the ever popular Skittles Evenings throughout the year, there's a Barn Dance in March, a Tribute Band in May, a Halloween Quiz in October and a Murder Mystery evening in November. July and August will focus on using the superb facilities on the playing field for games and BBQ's. There's also the impromptu Friday evenings when the bar is opened for a drink, a natter, a game of darts, and a take away fish and chips if you're hungry. It's all on the What's On page, and if you're on the village hall email list then you'll get reminders through in good time as well.
Rugby is Growing
Rugby Borough Council is preparing for the next 20 years of development in the Borough. They have prepared a Preferred Option Local Plan which explains their proposals and they are now asking for comments from those living in the Borough. The Plan shows Withybrook still swathed in the Green Belt and therefore any developments here are restricted. The Borough Council have arranged a series of events around the Borough over the next few weeks to enable you to look at the Plan in more detail. You can click here for more information.
Latest Information - A drop-in session to look at the plan and talk to the Development Strategy Team has been organised for Monday September 26th, 6.30pm - 8.00pm, at Wolvey Baptist Church, School Lane Wolvey.
Roaming in the Village
Everyone enjoys a walk around the village, but as Warwickshire County Council point out, there's no right to roam. We have plenty of public footpaths but these must be kept to unless you have the express permission of the farmer to walk across any of his fields. Just recently a gate between two fields was left open by walkers, resulting in two flocks of sheep becoming mixed up and the farmer having to spend many hours separating them.
So enjoy the walks but make sure you close any gates.
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