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Great Rollright
Parish Council

Emergencies: A Defibrillator is located outside the Village Hall with an explanation how to use it.

2020/6 Village Hall

From: The Trustees of the Village Hall 

To enable the Hall to continue being ‘the hub’ of our community we urgently need some new volunteers to join the committee. 
Meetings are held on the first Monday of the month at 6.30pm in the small meeting room at the rear of the hall.
Our next meeting is next Monday, 3rd February, please do come along and have a chat with us!

2020/4 Market Day

Great Rollright - Great Market!

this Saturday - 1st February

at the Village Hall 9.30  - 12.30

The 1st Saturday of the month is of course our community market and we are looking forward to a busy one after the break in January.


We  have had a change of some stalls in the last 6 months so come along and browse our varied stalls. Our regular diary, butcher, deli and veg stall will all be there. so do and stock up on essential veg, meat and preserves.

The popular café will be serving tasty bacon baps grilled to order and fresh brewed fairtrade coffee to boost your day. As always, Heather’s delicious home bakes will be available to eat in or take away. 


Please do come and support your community, meet neighbours and enjoy a great start to our weekend. 


For more information visit:


2020/3 VE Day Anniversary Celebrations

See Home Page for full details.

2020/2 Church Flowers

A message From Jane Stillwell

Is there anyone who would be prepared to do the occasional turn at arranging flowers in the church? You don’t need to be an expert flower arranger it is more about keeping the church look fresh for the many visitors and parishioners who go there! I’m now short of people on the rota, so please let me know if you can help….

2020/1 Dancing

A reminder that the ballroom dance classes start again, next Tuesday, 7th January at 8.30pm in the Village Hall.   

Try it,  you may like it!

2020/7 Bin Lid

Did you lose a bright blue bin lid during the storm?  If so, it blew into Kath Hale’s garden and she’s put it into her garage.  Contact her on

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