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Village Diary

  • August 2015
  • September 2015
  • October 2015
  • November 2015

Tuesday 18th August 2015

Antiques & Collectables Valuation Event

Venue : St Peter's Church Hall Centre

Time : 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Details :The experts of Lockdales Auctioneers will be providing free valuations on a variety of collectables, including coins, jewellery, antiques, clocks, watches and sporting programmes. No appointment necessary. Please click HERE for full details.

Saturday 29th August 2015

Plant and Flower Show

Venue : Eaton Church Hall

Time : 1.30 p.m. to 5.00 p.m.

Details : Come and enjoy a colourful display of flowers, fruit, vegetables, art and crafts

Friday 4th September 2015

Parish Council Meeting

Venue : Willow Centre

Time : 7 p.m.

Details : All Parishioners are invited and may ask questions or raise matters before the start of the meeting.

Saturday 19th September 2015

Cringleford PTA Car Boot Sale

Venue : Cringleford School

Time: 12 noon - 3 p.m.

Details: A fundraising event organised by Cringleford School PTA

Thursday 8th October 2015

Parish Council Meeting

Venue : Wilow Centre

Time : 7 p.m.

Details : All Parishioners are invited and may ask questions or raise matters before the start of the meeting.

Saturday 24th October 2015

Autumn Quiz Night

Venue : St Peter's Church Hall

Time : 7.00 p.m.

Tickets: 8 from Ros Churchman, 01603 455700

Details: A quiz night led by Pete Johns. Ticket price includes a ploughman supper and pudding.

Friday 6th November 2015

Village Firework Display and Bonfire

Venue :Recreation Ground, Oakfields Road

Details: Click here

Thursday 12th November 2015

Parish Council Meeting

Venue : Willow Centre

Time : 7 p.m.

Details : All Parishioners are invited and may ask questions or raise matters before the start of the meeting.

Saturday 14th November 2015

PTA Ceilidh

Venue : Cringleford School

Details : Fundraising event organised by School PTA

Saturday 28th November 2015

Christmas Fayre

Venue : St Peter's Church Hall

Time : 10 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.

Entry fee : 1 which includes a cup of coffee and mince pie

Details : Come ane enjoy the village's official start to the festive season. Stalls will include tombola, home-made cakes and produce, surprise gifts and novelty crackers.

We aim to keep this home page regularly updated with information on Cringleford amenities, sports and social clubs with details of local events and activities. Please help by keeping us informed of Village events

For diary of events at The Willow Centre click HERE

Village News.

Cringleford MagazineParish Magazine:. The 40-page full-colour publication, 'Cingleford & Colney Life', is packed with articles and information.One year's subscription, which buys four quarterly copies, is only £5. To subscribe contact Juliet Godier: , 01603 259138

To view previous copies of the magazine click HERE or the front page image left

Support New Post Office in Eaton

As many will be aware Eaton Village Post Office has been facing closure. The Cellar House has offered to house a new post office. The move has the support of the current postmaster and also of the Eaton Village Resident's Association (EVRA). A consultation will be held until 18th September. It is essential that local people express their views on the move which will ensure the continuity of Post Office Services. For full details visit the EVRA website

Would you like to join the Parish Council?

Recently a number of councillors have resgned by the Parish Council. Malcolm Wagstaff has taken over the role of Chair and would be interested in hearing from potential new councillors. If you are interested in taking up the role he can be contacted via the Willow Centre, 01603 250198.


The History of Cringleford School:

In two fascinating books, Pat Wagsatff, interweaves archives, personal memories, anecdotes and photographs to tell the story of Cringleford School. Priced at 7 they are available from: Cringleford Stores in Intwood Road OR from Pat Wagstaff, tel: 1603 505795; email:


Join the Cringleford Lottery and raise funds for Cringleford Church Hall

Would you like 14 chances a year to win a prize in a draw with far better odds than the National Lottery and at the same time help renovate a valuable community asset? If the answer is yes, visit: ENTERPRISE CLUB

Do you Have any unwanted good-quality baby and toddler toys?

If you do, 'Cringletots' (Cringleford's parent/minder & toddler group) would really appreciate donations. Their little people particularly enjoy puzzles and books, but anything that will stimulate young minds and keep little fingers busy would be appreciated. For more information please contact Heather Cracknell: tel 01603 501364 email:

BUS timetable

All Cringleford buses

Book a Hall

Cringleford has 4 halls that can be booked for social and/or club activities. For further information click below

Roundhouse Park Network

Cringleford Hub - exploring living well and building community

Garden Tips for Winter 2014/15

Barbara Knowles and Jean Dorricott from the Cringleford Horticultural Society explain what should be done this season. Click the flowerpot

Key Village Contacts

Doctors Appointments
Cringleford Surgery
01603 455379

Cringleford CE VA Primary School
Tel: 01603 454946

Police Community Support Officer - Tim Philpot
Tel: 0845 456 4567

St Peter's Parish Office & Resource Centre
Tel: 01603 259138

Emergency Planning Co-ordinator Donald Pheysey,
8 Meadway,
Cringleford, NR4 6XS,
Tel: 01603 250017

Cringleford Parish Council

Latest Newsletter click HERE This site has been developed in liaison with the Parish Council. Information on Council activities can be found at:

Historic Photos of Cringleford

cringleford bridge 1905

To see Cringleford in days gone by visit the Historical Society's wonderful gallery of photos. Click here

Future Activities

If you are organising any events that you would like us to advertise here please contact us. There is no charge.