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St. John’s Church 23rd-24th July

Floral Displays on the theme of ‘90 Glorious Years’ – a celebration of Her Majesty the Queen’s 90th birthday.

Saturday 23rd July
10.00am – 4.00pm Light refreshments

Sunday 24th July
10.00 Celebration Songs of Praise
1.00pm – 4.00pm Light refreshments

Proceeds in aid of ‘The Theatre Shed’ and Church Funds


kidz activity day


Bellingdon and Asheridge Village Hall AGM

This is YOUR opportunity to have your say about how the village hall is run, plus find out where its money is spent, what the committee’s plans are for the future and to meet the volunteers who run it throughout the year. There’s even the opportunity to join the committee if you’d like – the more the merrier!

The AGM will take place on Thursday 28th July from 7:30 pm, at the Village Hall. All welcome, refreshments will be provided.


Community social night | 22nd July | 6:30-11:30

After a month’s break, and the excitement of the hugely successful village show, why not come and meet up with your neighbours at our July pub night? There will, as always, be home cooked food and a wide selection of drinks available. Plus traditional pub games and witty banter (maybe). Children welcome!


Village Fete and Fun Dog Show

What a day! Huge thanks to everyone who supported our fete – from the committee, to the volunteers on the day and everyone who came along to the dog show and to enjoy the traditional fete entertainments.

The weather was kind, despite some fairly dire predictions, and the heavens only opened as we were packing up. We’re off for a well-earned rest before we have to start thinking about the next one!

Bellingdon and Asheridge Village Fete 2016


Best pub night ever!

Record attendance sees village hall buzzing

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The village hall was full to the rafters last night as record numbers attended the monthly pub night. The homemade meatballs and linguine were very popular, as ever washed down with a selection of beer, wine, prosecco and soft drinks (not necessarily all at once!).

The lighter evenings meant that the 10+ children that came along were able to use the outdoor play areas until about 9pm, after which there was some fairly competitive table tennis and snooker going on.

It was lovely to see several new faces and judging by the volume and conversation levels there was much to be discussed.

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The next pub night will be on 22nd July.


Vacancy: parish councillor for Bellingdon

Chartridge Parish Council has a vacancy for a councillor to represent the Bellingdon ward.  If you live in Bellingdon, have a genuine interest in the local community and how it is serviced, and can dedicate one evening each month to meet plus a small amount of your spare time to considering a range of issues (planning, highway maintenance, footpaths and bridleways, county and district council consultations to name but a few) please contact the Parish Clerk in the first instance.


A Royal Visit

princess annd 4The Princess Royal, Princess Anne visited Bellingdon on 14th July 2015 to see the new affordable housing in the village.

Chairman of Chartridge Parish Council Peter Brown welcomed The Princess Royal and showed her around some of the properties before planting a tree to commemorate the event.

Photo: Carmel Botwright


Bellingdon Bikers

BikersNow that the weather is improving why not get out your bike and pump up the tyres and join a group of like minded people and go on some beautiful bike rides around the area. So much more of our beautiful countryside can be seen from your bike and it is good for you too. All rides end at a suitable hostelry! Click here for more information. or email here.