Our regular activites and events

All regular groups are open to anyone who may be interested.  Please use the contact details provided to find out more about each group or event.

Baby Playing with Building Blocks

Rag Tag Toddler Group

Monday morning 9.45 to 11.45am

The group is run by parents for parents and all parents, grandparents and carers with children from birth up to the age of four years are welcome. All children need to have a parent or carer staying with them at all times.

Cost: £1.50 to include drinks, snacks and craft (each additional child 50p).

Contact: Hilary Schmidt-Hansen

Tel: 01789 731246

Email: hilary@thegables.spacomputers.com

Community Cafe

1st Sunday of the month from 2pm to 4pm

Home-made cakes, tea and coffee. Dairy and gluten free options always available. Traidcraft stall and local stall holders selling a variety of crafts and gifts. Warm welcome.

Contact: Ian Spiers

Tel no: 07818 447705

Email: ian@spiers.net

Website: www.snitterfieldacc.org

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Rural Cinema

Second or third Sunday of the month. Childrens' films 3pm and Adults' films 7pm

The rural cinema is a community-based project run by Live and Local (L+L).

It was set up in 2007 by the Parish Council as a way of bringing services to our community in Snitterfield and is coordinated by a member of the Village Hall Management Committee. The films are suggested by those who attend the cinema and a list compiled by the L+L which is then voted on by all the villages within the scheme. The winning title is then screened for that month. 

We try to cater for all tastes and if you are interested in coming along please look out for the posters around the village as timings can change. Refreshments are available but if you wish to bring your own wine/beer please do so.

Contact: Hilary Schmidt-Hansen

Tel: 01789 731246

Email: hilary@thegables.spacomputers.com

Snitterfield Actioning Climate Change (SACC)

Second Thursday of the month at 8pm

Award winning voluntary group tasked with reducing the carbon footprint of Snitterfield.  Our meetings are lively and fun. All welcome. Volunteers needed and very welcome. Please check our website for any changes to meeting arrangements.

Contact: Duncan Parker

Tel: 01789 731348

Email: parkers@letia.co.uk

Website: snitterfieldacc.org

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Gardening Tools

Snitterfield Garden Club

First Tuesday of the month from 7.30pm

Meetings are from September to May with outside meetings during the summer (except August when we do not meet).
Membership £10 per annum, superb speakers, garden visits/parties, day outings, organised holidays, affiliated to RHS. Meetings are fun and light-hearted. Members are encouraged to 

participate and contribute cuttings and take their turn to organise refreshments - key to the club’s success

Contact: Gillie Waldron 

Tel: 01789 731830

Website: www.snitterfieldgardenclub.org.uk

Snitterfield Parish Council

Second Monday of the month 7.30pm

The council members are available to help and assist in any parish-related issues and are bound by the Code of Conduct for Parish Councillors.

Meetings are on the second Monday of the month in the back room of the village hall. 

Contact: Nicola Everall, Clerk to the PC

Tel:  01926 495685 or 07940 476727

email: snitterfieldpc@outlook.com

Website: www.snitterfieldpc.org.uk

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Whist Drive

Monday evening 7.30 to 9.00pm

Join us for a fun and friendly evening, socialising while playing Whist.

Art on a Tuesday with Tom Shepherd

Tuesday morning 10.00 to 1.00pm.

Professional Warwickshire artist shares his skills and enthusiasm at his weekly art group.

Contact: Tom Shepherd

Tel: 07980 611 267

Email: tom@tomshepherdart.com

Website: www.tomshepherdart.com


Snitterfield Women's Insitute (WI)

Second Wednesday of the month at 7.45pm

The WI provides women with educational opportunities and the chance to build new skills, to take part in a variety of activities and to campaign on issues that matter to them and their communities.

There is usually a speaker, demonstration or activity at our monthly meetings. New members and visitors are most welcome.

Contact: Carole Pullen

Tel: 01789 730574

Email: carolegpulllen@btinternet.com

Mobile Library

Outside the village hall every third Tuesday at 11.45 to 12.15

The mobile library has a selection of books, including large print, spoken word, childrens; books, computers and A4 colour printing facilities. There is wheelchair access.

The scheduled dates can be found here.

Extra information about the library service can be found here.


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