Warwick and Leamington Beekeepers ‘Introduction to Beekeeping’ Course is held at the National Beekeeping Centre, Stoneleigh Park over 6 weekly consecutive evening sessions starting on Monday February 8th from 7pm [...]
Thank you to all who have nominated the names for the new housing development that will be built on the fields behind the school.
Now we all have a chance to [...]
Do you have a burning question to ask about the St Chad’s Centre? Hopefully these Q&As will provide you with the answer.
With the building of the St Chad’s Centre [...]
Have you spotted the activity on the St Chad’s Centre building site?
The construction of the Centre commenced on 3rd August 2015 and it is anticipated that completion should be by [...]
Despite a valiant effort by the Parish Council who fronted 3 speakers objecting (Nigel Bell, Cllr Paul Whitwood & Cllr Sean Deely) out of a total of 6, the application [...]
Each year the Parish Council sets aside funds to support and enable community development within the Parish of Bishop’s Tachbrook. The 2015/16 first funding round will start in July with [...]
Please find below the results of the district and parish elections.
Andrew Day was elected as district councillor. Please see below the link to the results on the District Council [...]
(Originally written for the Parish Magazine by Anne Kirby)
Our well-attended AGM has launched us into another year of varied and interesting talks and outings; all available for a modest subscription of £10 a [...]
(Originally written for the Parish Magazine by the St Chad’s Centre Trustees)
Having just ushered in a new year the parish is beginning an exciting new chapter in its history. Since 1945, as the village was [...]
(Originally written for the Parish Magazine by Steve Harvey)
Over the fields skylarks sang as the warm air was drawn up from France. November and the ivy is covered with [...]
(Originally written for the Parish Magazine by Stephen Keen)
You may have noticed on a secluded edge of Bishop’s Tachbrook a new solar farm is being built, so what is it and why are [...]
(Originally written for the Parish Magazine by Keith Wellstead)
All Quiet on the Western Front is a novel by Erich Maria Remarque, a German veteran of World War I. After the [...]
Foster Carers – we need your help!
Warwickshire Hedgehog Rescue is a charity set up by a group of people in the Warwickshire area in order to deal with sick, injured [...]
The Parish Council has approved the Draft Neighbourhood Plan and it is now ready for consultation.
The consultation period will be for 6 weeks from 24th September and will run until [...]
The Leopard has launched the customer-focussed initiative, which will offer regulars savings on food and drinks.
The new Loyalty Scheme at the village venue, which is run by pub group Scoff [...]
You might like to see the submission that the Parish Council has made in relation to planning and projected population figures for our region. You can download the documents, below.
Written by Leigh Carter and originally published in the Parish Magazine (May).
Community Speed Watch is a Community Forum driven initiative that enables local communities, supported by Warwickshire Police, to become involved [...]
The Parish’s response to the most recent round of Warwick District Council’s consultation process has been submitted. Six weeks work by residents, councillors and advisors LinkUK resulted in a technical submission running [...]
A story by Beth Phillips
As an avid reader of the parish magazine, I am aware that my article is somewhat different to most of those featured within it. It’s not [...]
Being a new first time mum in a rural setting can be quite a daunting prospect, especially when you’ve had a caesarean section and have been advised not to drive [...]
Most of us are probably used to the sight of fat pigeons and other such fowl flying around our neighbourhood but lately we have had a new visitor; a bird [...]
Lord-Lieutenant of Warwickshire Mr Timothy Cox made a special presentation of a British Empire Medal to Graham Leeke to honour his outstanding service to the community of Bishop’s Tachbrook and [...]
As I think I pointed out last year, November is a month of remembrance, and as I pondered this I was reminded of a scene from Monty Python’s ‘Life of Brian’.
I know there are [...]
I write this sitting in my 10th floor room in a Beijing hotel. I love this city but outside the smog is so thick I am viewing
the world shrouded in grey. The Chinese [...]
Bishop’s Tachbrook really is blessed with some hidden talents. Last year I uncovered a secret gem in the form of Karen Deasy of Darning Green who can repair the virtually [...]
Corinne has been Bishop’s Tachbrook’s Parish Clerk for over a year, although she has seven years’ experience being the Parish Clerk for Gaydon. It wasn’t until I interviewed Corinne I [...]
The plight of the honey bee may not be something which you are aware of but their declining numbers put the future of the world’s crop pollination in jeopardy. Did [...]
Information and contact details for businesses, amenities and groups in Bishop’s Tachbrook.
Community magazine published 10 times a year which is compiled and distributed by volunteers.