Afternoon Tea Fundraiser for Peplow Chapel

190810 Peplow Chapel Fundraiser Poster

The Chapel of the Epiphany, Peplow
Fundraising for Organ Appeal

Afternoon Tea
With a Tribute to ‘Pam Ayres’
At Hodnet Hall Garden Tearoom’s
Sat 10th Aug 2019
Gardens open at 3.30pm
Afternoon Tea 5pm prompt
‘Pam Ayres’ tribute to follow
By kind permission of Sir Algernon & Lady Jane Heber-Percy
Tickets £10

Elizabeth Downes: 07880-973618
Louise Morris: 07704-651786

Happy Tots At Hodnet Church

10am – 11.30am on alternate Fridays in St Luke’s Church, Hodnet
Play, arts, crafts, stories, songs and games for children to enjoy!
Chance for adults to have a chat and a drink whilst your children play.
The first “Happy Tots” session will be on Friday 6th July and will meet throughout the school summer holidays – 6 & 20 July, 3, 17 & 31 August.
For more information please email Emma.

Peplow Community Walk – July 2018

Boy & Girl WalkingSunday 8th July

Change of time, to avoid the heat of the day!

Coundmoor near Cressage
Meet at 9:45am for 10:00am
Park by Mosterley Farm.
All ages welcome.
Given the present hot weather there seems little point in our usual “wet weather” check – though we had not considered the heat! However if you are planning to join us and need directions, please email or telephone Randall, 01952-540970, before Sunday.
For more information about the Peplow Community Group please see our page on this website.

Peplow Community Walk – June 2018

Boy & Girl WalkingSunday 10th June
 Meet in the Stanton Arms car park at 1:45 for 2:00pm
A circular walk around the Stanton area. The route is that of Walk 2 from the “Stanton Walking Guide” available on this page, though we will walking in the opposite direction (i.e. anticlockwise) to that shown. The walk is just over four miles long and is expected to take around two hours.
Children welcome, as also are dogs on leads.
Afterwards in the Stanton Arms
In case of bad weather please call Randall on 01952 540970 after 12:30pm on the day.

St Luke's Flower Festival – 2018

Bank Holiday weekend of 26th, 27th and 28th May 2018.

A Year in the Life of St Luke’s.

The nine main flower displays will be based on Lent, Easter, Harvest, Advent and Christmas, baptisms, weddings, Remembrance Sunday, Mothering Sunday.
In addition to the flower displays, there will be delicious home-made refreshments, a children’s treasure hunt, a local history table, organ playing and bell ringing.
There will also be a special Songs of Praise at 6.00pm on the Sunday evening.
For more information please contact Karen Powell – 01630-685325 or email

Scout & Guide Ceilidh

Scout & Guide CeilidhRaising Funds for Hodnet Scout & Guide Joint Headquarters
Lyon Hall, Saturday 3rd February
Doors open at 6.30pm – First Dance 7:30pm
Admission : £5.00
Licensed cash bar, tea & cake, raffle.
Tickets available from the Village Store or on the door.
More information: email

Scouts Racenight

Fun social family event raising funds for 2nd Hodnet Scoutgroup.
At the Lyon Hall on Saturday 18th November 2017.
Doors open at 6:30pm. First Race at 7:00pm
Adults £6, children £5 – Ticket price includes hot food.
Tickets available from the Hodnet Village Store in Church Street.
For more information please contact Brice Bozier on 07092-294707 or by email
Charity Race Night

Shropshire Quiz Night

Wollerton Bowls and Social Club
Half the questions will test your knowledge of the county in which we live.
Wednesday 6th December, 7:30pm
At our clubhouse on Mill Road, Wollerton.
Maximum number in teams – 4.
Come as a team or join in with others when you arrive.
Entry fee – £1 per team member.
Winning team will be awarded half the total entry fees as their prize.
Trophies from our in-house competitions will be presented during the interval between rounds.
Light refreshments will be provided afterwards.
Bar Drinks / Teas & Coffees / Bar Snacks available for purchase throughout.
Join us for a relaxed evening of fun and entertainment.
For more information please contact Randall on 01952-540970 or by email

St Luke's film night, Nov 2017

St. Luke’s, Hodnet have recently started holding film nights on the first Wednesday of the month. At 7pm on Weds 1st Nov there will be a free showing of “Goodnight, Mr Tom” in the church, and everyone is welcome to attend.
The film is based on a children’s novel of 1981 by English author Michelle Magorian. Set during World War II, it features a boy abused at home in London who is evacuated to the country at the outbreak of the war. In the care of Mister Tom, an elderly recluse, he experiences a new life of loving and care.

Family Barbeque Marchamley

On Sunday 10th September we are holding a big BBQ at Marchamley Club. There will be a marquee in the adjoining field with lots of children’s games and sports activities. We are providing the tables chairs and organising music till 930pm. From 2pm onwards there will be tea, coffee and cakes, followed by the BBQ and buffet later in the afternoon. £2 will be charged for small and £3 for large plates. We are organising barrels of ale, tanners wines and a fun photo booth. We will be putting up the bunting and preparing for a great party.
Everyone is invited and requested to bring a cake or something for the buffet. A meeting to plan the event is scheduled for 730pm on Tuesday August 22nd at Marchamley Club.
Contact: Maureen Howell 01630 685305 or email