- Sunday 26 January midday – 5pm
VILLAGE HALL OPEN DAY
A celebration of our Hall – part of Village Halls Week 2020. Refreshments, displays, user groups – ALL WELCOME!
- Sunday 2 February 7.30pm
STEPHEN FEARING (Village Hall)
Canadian roots musician returns to the Village Hall as part of his UK tour – Tickets £12 online here or call 01335 310322.
- Saturday 15 February 7.30pm – Valentine’s Ceilidh
In aid of Wetton & Alstonefield First Responders.
Event now SOLD OUT but call for cancellations on 07594 630858.
Special note Do book early for concerts because the hall has limited capacity and we often sell out weeks, or even months in advance (e.g. a concert for June 2020 has already sold out). A concert listing for the first half of 2020 can be found as a PDF file here or on our Events page.
For details of all church services across the benefice in January & February, please click here.
Village Hall on-line booking
We’ve moved to an (optional) online booking system for hiring the Hall – you can check availability and hiring charges here. But don’t worry, you can still talk to us if you prefer!
VE Day 75
The Parish Council would like to hear from residents having ideas for the 75th anniversary celebrations of the end of World War II in Europe. The event, to be held on a revised bank holiday date of Friday, 8th May 2020, will be celebrated throughout the nation with, amongst other things: buglers playing The Last Post, pipers playing The Battle’s O’er, pubs taking part in a Nation’s Toast to the Heroes of WWII, Town Criers Crying for Peace Throughout the World and churches ringing their bells.
The National Association of Local Councils is encouraging the organisation of celebrations such as 40’s-themed street parties, barbecues and firework displays. If anyone has any ideas, or wishes to become involved in the planning of any events, please contact the Parish Council.
A bug hotel. that is. Now open for visitors to the Old School Garden, this splendid accommodation was created by children from the village Parent & Toddler Group (with a little help from the grown-ups). Many thanks to the Village Hall gardening team and others who helped.
Staffordshire Farm Watch
We’re all aware of the rise in rural crime, particularly within the farming sector.
Staffordshire Police are working with local communities in the Moorlands area to tackle these issues and have set up a Facebook page to keep everyone up to date.
Please visit and ‘like’ their page at: https://www.facebook.com/StaffsFarmWatch/
If you see or hear anything suspicious, please call the police non-emergency number: 101.
You can also sign up to receive communications from the police by downloading this form: