Our Village Shop


Remember you can use the post office as a branch of Lloyds Bank too! Pay in cheques. Cashpoint, etc.


St Peter's Church

The bells are even older than the vicar! It's even been on the BBC!!

Read more plus service times here



West Tytherley School

Our wonderful C of E primary school has its own website which you will find here.


Just Visiting?

There are lots of places to visit within one hour of the village. Whether you are into history, geology, military, wildlife or just the seaside, find out how near it all is on our links page.


The Best Pub in The Village

The Black Horse is an award-winning traditional English pub. Check out what it's up to on their own website here.


Pilates at the Hall

The Pilates Group meets every Thursday at King Edward's Hall between 6pm and 7pm. It's good fun for all standards is just £5 a session.


Abraham Hatchet??

We've received an enquiry about Abraham Hatchet (c1757)? Follow the thread on the history pages.


Whilst on the history trail you will be interested in ...

Broughton Toddler Group

The group meets at Broughton

Village Hall on Mondays 2pm to 3.30pm (term time only). For more information, call Charlotte Welland on 01794 301599 or email charlottewelland@yahoo.co.uk

1st Lockerley Brownies

Find out all about our local brownies on our Clubs & activities pages




Our War Memorial

Robin Garrett has updated the small book he produced in which he documents the family histories of the names on our memorial. Our vicar James has arranged for some A5 copies to be printed and you can buy one at The Shop.

Parish Council Matters

Minutes of council meetings are published here once they have been approved at the subsequent meeting. Council meetings take place monthly


Rain? Call that rain??

If you thought 2012 was wet, you should look at the data for 2002. Thanks to Paul Strutt, you can by downloading his Excel file with rainfall statistics from 1979. Click here. (Updated to include 2013)



Waste Collection


You can download a one-page Word document showing household and garden waste collection days here.


The BH Skittles League

Nigel Fox keeps tabs on the Black Horse Skittles Leagues. You can see results and fixtures on his web site by clicking here.



Our Village Hall

The King Edward Hall is an ideal venue for weddings, parties and other group functions. It has a modern kitchen and toilet facilities and is available to hire at very reasonable rates.


You can find out more about it on our hall pages or speak to a committee member.


OPEC (WT branch)

John Guy kindly organises bulk buying of heating oil. Participants have saved about £11,000 over two years between them. For more details email John by clicking here.






Road Closures or Maybe Not ...

It would appear that the Network Rail left hand is unaware of what's going on with the Network Rail right hand! The crossing works at East Dean have been halted because of the "wrong sort of barriers" being delivered. This has now affected the planned closure of West Dean barriers too.


The latest forecast is for the work to now take place in March.


Thanks to Andy Bowditch for keeping us in the loop.


However ... in March



Repairs to the damaged bridge and embankment just before entering West Dean (from WT) are due to start on 16 March and the road will be closed for two weeks. All traffic will be diverted via East Tytherley, Lockerley and East Dean.


What do you reckon are the chances of Network Rail now co-ordinating their level crossing closure with this one?


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Tears of Laughter
6 March 2015
KingEdward Hall


Hilary James and Simon Mayor display their considerable talents singing and playing a wide variety of songs, tunes, ditties and music that will delight you.


Defintiely one to book early. Places will go fast so get down to the village shop soon!


Tickets £18 including supper. Pay bar available.





Mervyn Stutter
23rd May 2015
King Edward Hall





If you haven't yet been to one of Mervyn Stutter's performance then you are in for a real treat. He is one of the funniest performers you will ever have the pleasure of hearing.


Do bring some tissues. You will need them (one way or another!!).


Tickets for both events from The Shop or Cynthia Sherlock (342432).


Tickets £12. There will be a 'pop up cafe' for food purchases plus a pay bar.