Charfield Community Website

Charfield is a village in South Gloucestershire, England. We are north of Bristol and south of Gloucester, right on the Gloucestershire border. Have a look on this map to see where we are.

 

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New for 2017: You can now upload your own photos to the Gallery. Have a look and start posting all your photos of our wonderful village. Let's build an archive of people and places!

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Charfield Memorial Hall and Playing Fields

Upcoming Events at the Hall

Wednesday 29th March :
Dru Yoga and Relaxation Classes

Wednesday 5th April :
Dru Yoga and Relaxation Classes

Wednesday 12th April :
Dru Yoga and Relaxation Classes

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Charfield Parish Council

Spring Clean 1st April 2017

Charfield Parish Council are organising a spring clean for Saturday 1st April! Nothing foolish here:

  • Meet in the Hall car park at ten o'clock, where Cllr Rosher will distribute litter pickers, hooped bags and gloves.
  • We will have a list of roads, so you can tell us where you're going to clean up and we won't duplicate efforts!
  • We will take names and addresses to keep track of litter pickers and hoops which we will need back same day.
Spring Clean 1st April 2017

Charfield Memorial Hall and Playing Fields

Your VILLAGE HALL NEEDS YOU

We are urgently looking to fill the following roles : Volunteer Treasurer and Volunteer Bookings Officer.

These roles are ESSENTIAL to the functioning of the Village Hall. Failure to fill these roles may lead to the closure of the hall!

To express an interest in either of these roles please contact Liam now on 07496 862532 or liam.balloch@gmail.com.

Please click here for more information.



Charfield Community Fete 2017 - Attention Stall Holders

Charfield Community Fete 2017 - Attention Stall Holders

Buy a cool T-shirt and raise funds to fight cancer!

Liane Cope is raising money to help 3 cancer charities: Breast Cancer Care, Ovarian Cancer Action and Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust.

The design 'cats' was drawn by my talented daughter whilst I was going through cancer treatment and it cheered me up enormously. Now here's my chance to share it with you. She has kindly drawn a 'dogs' design recently for those of you that love dogs.

A local printing company are kindly printing the T-shirts at cost, so for every one sold £9 will go straight to the charities."

Please click here for more information.



CHADRA - Charfield Newsletter

CHADRA's New Constitution

Following the EGM held on 15 November 2016 it was agreed that the Charfield and District Residents Association (CHADRA) would evolve into the Charfield Association and a new Constitution was adopted. As you may have read in the January edition of the Newsletter, the focus of the Committee will be the publication of the quarterly Newsletter, which will still be referred to as the CHADRA.

Copies of the minutes of the EGM and the new Constitution can be found here where you can also find the Newsletter archive going back to 1975 as well as the Editorial Guidelines and email addresses for Committee members - so if you feel you have an article to contribute or would like to join us please do get in touch. We are always delighted to have newsletter articles from new contributors!



From the Gallery

Charfield School Cricket Team, June 1961

Charfield School Cricket Team, June 1961 (Ron Perry)


 

Poppies at Little Bristol Lane

Poppies at Little Bristol Lane (Clean Up Green Up Charfield)


Upcoming Events

More events in the calendar ...

Local Organisations:

Charfield Out Of School Club
Charfield Memorial Hall and Playing Fields Clean Up Green Up Charfield
CHADRA - Charfield Newsletter Charfield Pre-School

CHADRA - Charfield Newsletter

The CHADRA Archive is now complete!

The digital archive of CHADRA is now 100% complete!

This immense project was started in 2010 and we are very grateful for Brendan O'Connor's hard work.

Note that only newsletters that are a year old are archived here. To read up-to-date news, please get on the distribution list.

View the archive here.


Charfield Memorial Hall and Playing Fields

Care About Your Community?

Please support the Village Hall by coming along to one of our fundraising events, joining the committee, or making a donation via JUSTTEXTGIVING.



Charfield Village Plan - local solutions for local issues

Charfield Village Plan 2011 – 2021
UPDATED May 2014

The Charfield Village Plan and associated documents have now been published!

» Click here to read them in full.



South Gloucestershire Council Mobile Library times and location
Bill Wilcock

Charfield Wartime Memories of Kathleen Wilcock

"What the inhabitants of Charfield made of all this he did not say." - Kathleen Wilcock, 2013.

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Wotton-under-Edge Community Agent

Gloucestershire Village and Community Agents offer help and support for people over 50 and help bridge the gap between statutory and voluntary agencies.
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The Charfield Spitfire

The Spitfire

Have you heard the story about how a Spitfire came to be rebuilt in Charfield?
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Valerie Sibley on a tricycle

Memories of Charfield

"Whilst in the mood I have edited my 'family edition' of my "Memories" just to include the Charfield bits." - Valerie Sibley, 2009.
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The Old Post Office

The Old Post Office

Where was the old Post Office? Valerie Sibley lets us know, and shares some childhood memories.
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South west adventurer achieves the explorers' 'Grand Slam'

Newall Hunter has become only the second Briton and the fourteenth person in the world to achieve the coveted explorers' Grand Slam
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Door in the Wall - An Original Story Set In Wotton

Copyright 2016. Elizabeth Kirwan. All Rights Reserved.
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Wotton in Bloom 2016

For the sixth year running Wotton in Bloom will be decorating the main streets of Wotton-under-Edge with hanging baskets and troughs full of flowers.
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