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The opportunity to find out more and have your say exists for you at :

The Annual  Parish  Meeting

in the Community Centre Hall at 3.00pm on Saturday 28th April


A showcase of displays from our local clubs and societies, common interest groups, village initiatives including the Youth Project and Neighbourhood Development Plan, and some local businesses.

All you need to know about the new FULREADY SHOW in September and the WORLD WAR 1 CENTENARY commemoration and celebration in November.

FREE LIGHT REFRESHMENTS including home-made cakes.

 Don’t be put off, this event is nothing to do with any of the local authorities but they can contribute. It is a legal obligation for every community in the country to hold such a meeting annually and although ours is arranged by the Parish Council it doesn’t have to be. However, any reasonable proposals that emerge must be considered by the PC at a future date.

The aim this year is to make this gathering as informal as possible and attract a sizeable proportion of our population so please attend and feel free to bring along the children – there will be provision made for them.


Like to come but have mobility difficulties? Worry not, just call 01789 295827 or 07836218592 and transport will be arranged for you.  

Notification of Road Closure

Banbury Road, Ettington Closure 23-26 April 2018.  Find out more TTOnotice2-V1




We want to hear about the impact of social media on young people’s health and wellbeing!

Please share our survey with all 10-18 year olds living in Warwickshire

Open 5th – 29th March
Warwickshire County Council, Public Health have launched a short online survey which explores the impact of social media on young people’s health and wellbeing. We would appreciate your help in encouraging people aged 10-18 in Warwickshire to complete it.

Please share this link with family members or friends who are aged 10-18 and living in Warwickshire and encourage them to complete the survey: 


About this research

We know the majority of young people aged 10-18 years old are using social media. Recently there has been research which explores this nationally and highlights both the positive and negative effects on health and wellbeing. This survey provides young people with the chance to have their say on the impact that social media is having on their health and wellbeing. Understanding their experiences will enable us make comparison with the national findings and will inform the next Director of Public Health annual report.  We would also hope to make recommendations to provide information, guidance and support to young people, professionals, parents/carers.

This is a great opportunity for Warwickshire young people  to have their say on this important topic and we would really value your support.

Information about the survey

Please click here to download an information sheet which can be shared with parents/carers.

Please click here to download information sheet for young people.

Please find us on social media to share our messages

Facebook  – PublicHealthWarwickshire

Twitter – WCCPublicHealth

Please share this article and/or to share the survey copy and paste or click this link: bit.ly/socialmediahealth

For more information or to request a version using widgit symbols please contact – phadmin@warwickshire.gov.uk.

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Easter Holiday Children’s Activities

Being run by Stratford District Council – find out more

 Ettington Parish Fund

Ettington Parish Fund is a registered Charity (Registered Charity Number 254957) “for the general benefit of the inhabitants of Ettington for which provision is not made out of rates, taxes or other public funds”.

The Parish Council, as Trustee of the Charity, resolved that the fund should be made available for the benefit of individuals resident in the Parish and more specifically for:

  • Educational expenditure, for example course fees, additional school activities, uniforms, educational books and equipment;
  • Membership fees and/or uniform costs for attending recognised organisations such as Cub Scouts, Brownies etc;
  • Training or associated costs to be incurred by an individual in support of work with voluntary organisations or charities, especially those benefiting the local community.

If you would be interested in applying for a grant then contact Sarah Furniss, Clerk to the Parish Council on 01789 295827, 07786938072 or epc.clerk@yahoo.com who will provide you with guidelines and an application form.

Sign Up For E-Mail Notifications

You can now sign up for e-mail updates on specific issues including planning, events and news.  We will shortly be adding neighbourhood plan to the list.  Just go to the relevant tab and on the right hand side of the screen you will see a box in which to put your e-mail address.  Once submitted you will receive an e-mail from which you can activate the process.

Assisted Waste Collection

An assisted waste collection service is provided to elderly and disabled residents and those with a medical condition who cannot take their waste and recycling receptacles (wheeled bins or sacks / recycling boxes) to the edge of the property boundary.

If a member of the houshold can move the receptables to the normal collection point then the property does not qualify for an assisted collection.

If an assisted collection is appropriate, receptacles will be collected from an agreed point on the property. Please note: access must be granted to collection crews to ensure this service can be carried out effectively.

We routinely review the assisted collection service list to establish if circumstances have changed and whether households still qualify for the service.

If you feel that you qualify and would benefit from this service, please contact us.

Contact us

If you would like more information or wish to speak to a member of the Council’s Streetscene team, please contact us:

Telephone: 01789 260616

Fax on 01789 260607, or

Email streetscene@stratford-dc.gov.uk

yes and ears of local residents to help us tackle this problem.


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