Remember you can use the post office as a branch of Lloyds Bank too! Pay in cheques. Cashpoint, etc.
The bells are even older than the vicar! It's even been on the BBC!!
Read more plus service times here
Our wonderful C of E primary school has its own website which you will find here.
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 Black Horse is an award-winning traditional English pub. Check out what it's up to on their own website here.
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 ...
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
1st Lockerley Brownies
Find out all about our local brownies on our Clubs & activities
Thanks to Andy Bowditch for this photo capturing the essence of these early autumn days. You can see a zoom-ablle version on our gallery page
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)
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.
Learn to Play Bridge
John Neilson has kidnly offered to give beginners bridge lessons. Duration about 1½ hours eachclass, evenings only. If you're interested, call Sara Gruzelier on 340303. Venue TBA.
A big "Thank You"
Josh Wright says "thank you" to all who helped at the 5k/10k run raising over £1,000 towards the costs of his trip to Kenya next year to help villages build school and aid facilities.
New Play Area
Saturday 1st November at 11:30am
WEST TYTHERLEY PUTS A ZIP INTO VILLAGE LIFE
New play equipment recently installed at West Tytherley’s Recreation Ground includes an exciting zip wire and a number of other items of equipment to entertain and exercise local children.
Funds donated by generous village residents, and grants provided by Viridor Credits, The Hills Group, Test Valley Borough Council and Hampshire Playing Fields Association have allowed West Tytherley and Frenchmoor Parish Council to achieve their ambition of providing modern recreation facilities for young village residents and visitors.
The new equipment was installed in August by a local company, Vita Play Ltd, of Winchester, and will be opened officially at 11.30am on Saturday 1st November jointly by the Mayor of Test Valley, Councillor Jan Lovell, and a representative of pupils of our Primary School.
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