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Ettington Community Centre

Ettington Community Centre is a modern purpose-built building, perfect for business meetings, indoor markets, parties, keep fit classes, craft activity workshops, and self-catering weddings. It has three versatile rooms which cater for large and small events. There is a commercial kitchen, large car park, stage with lighting, PA system, projectors in the two smaller rooms, wheelchair access to all areas and a large car park.

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Ettington Community First Responders

An emergency call can bring trained medical help to people in the Ettington area within minutes, thanks to the area’s team of community first responders.

They are trained volunteers who get to a patient quickly while the professional ambulance crew is on its way.

In 2011, the seven first responders dealt with 183 medical emergencies – often cases where rapid treatment could significantly improve survival chances.

Ettington Community First Responders is one of the most dynamic groups in the area. As well as the people providing hands-on treatment, there is a back-up team of organisers and fund-raisers.

The group has even bought its own ambulance, often to be seen at community events.

Visit the group’s website

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Ettington Community Hub

A local charity here to benefit everyone in the parish of Ettington and Fulready. We aim to support people who require help particularly through this difficult time of pandemic

07493 622842

Phone Number: 07493 622842

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Ettington Gardening Club

The 2021/22 club programme  It is eighteen months since the club enjoyed its last evening meeting; March 2020, just before the new world changed everything. Throughout this long and strange time we have yearned for a return to normal life and it is wonderful to look forward to resuming our interesting, happy and sociable evening meeting0. At 7.30pm on Thursday 2nd September we will gather in the small hall of the Community Centre and welcome members and friends to the club’s 2021/22 season.

Our varied and fascinating programme of evening speakers opens with the return of the much travelled gardener and photographer, Adrian James. His theme for the evening is Gardens of Paradise and Adrian will doubtless wow us with pictures and stories of his visits to distant and exotic gardens.

The programme continues:

7th October – Hill Close Gardens, a rare and unique set of restored Victorian ‘detached’ gardens and their history

4th November – Ernest ‘Chinese’ Wilson: Birmingham’s Plant Hunter

December..ish – Christmas meeting

3rd February – Taste of gardens down under3rd March – Capability Brown and general garden design, focusing on Compton Verney

7th April – Galapagos5th May – Landscapes of Vietnam & Cambodia

2nd June – AGM time; the first for three years.

Evening meetings are held at 7.30pm on the first Thursday of most months and all are very welcome to come along. Annual subscription is a bargain at £12 with a visitor fee of £3 per evening.

For more information please call Matthew on 07748 137395.

Contact Name: Matthew

Phone Number: 07748 137395


Ettington Monday Club

Ettington Monday Club is a lively group of ladies who enjoy informal monthly meetings, often with a visiting speaker, on the first Monday of the month commencing at 7.30 pm. The meetings are held in the small hall at the Community Centre and after the speaker there is time for refreshments, a raffle and an opportunity to chat. Various social events and outings are organised within the yearly programme and the club welcomes new members and visitors. Details of monthly meetings are published in the Ettington Village News.

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Ettington Pre-School

Phone Number: 01789 740919

Website Address:

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Ettington Rovers Football Club

Ettington Rovers play in the Leamington & District Sunday League.

Visit the team website for fixtures, squad profiles, match summaries and more

Ettington Church

Ettington Parish Church

Holy Trinity and St Thomas of Canterbury Church in Ettington is part of the Stourdene Benefice which includes the parishes of Alderminster, Butlers Marston, Halford, Newbold on Stour with Armscote and Pillerton.

Ettington is the largest of the six parishes and is where the Rector, Sharon Goble, is based. The House for Duty Minister, John Horton, lives in Alderminster.

If you would like to arrange a wedding, baptism, funeral or service in Ettington please contact Sharon in the first instance on 07799 220407or email or John Horton at on 01789 459241, for any other enquiries relating to Ettington Church please contact the PCC secretary Joy Clarke at

Forthcoming services in Ettington
Ettington has five regular church services each month as well as many and varied special services throughout the year.

To view a service in more detail, click on the services title.

For the latest information about Ettington Church, including services, events and PCC contacts, click here.

For information specific to Holy Trinity and St Thomas of Canterbury Church visit

For information about the Stourdene Benefice, services
for all six parishes and how to get involved, visit the Stourdene Benefice website at

Contact Name: Joy Clarke

Phone Number: 01789 459241

Website Address:

Buildings of Ettington

Ettington Quaker Meeting House

Everyone is welcome to join us at Meeting for Worship which is held every Sunday at 11am. Don’t be shy. If the door is closed just lift the latch, mind the step, and come inside. Sit anywhere you like and do stay for coffee and a chat after the meeting. We’ll make you very welcome.The Meeting House is on the old Halford Road, 600 yards past the Church and set back from the road on the right hand side. If you drive you may park in the road. The Meeting House was built in 1684 and has been in continuous use ever since. Despite being old it’s lovely and warm inside!  Villagers are always welcome to come and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the enclosed garden.

For more information contact John Wade (07879 487609 or visit here.

Contact Name: John Wade

Phone Number: 07879 487609

Ryepiece Barn Concerts

Ryepiece Barn House Concerts

Ryepiece Barn House Concerts organise non-profit concerts showcasing amazing musicians that you’ll never see in such an intimate space. They talk about their songs, touring, life. There are two sets and artists always want to come back as the atmosphere is electric.   We’ve had a really varied range of musical styles – folk, jazz, classical – and everything in between.  Most of our audience have not heard the acts before they come but trust us to book interesting and talented artists!  It used to be hard work to sell tickets but for the last couple of years we’ve sold out every concert.

We have 6 concerts a year – 3 in the spring and 3 in the autumn. Tickets are £10 each and includes a delicious veggie supper. People bring their own drink and glasses.  All concerts are advertised on posters around the village and in the village magazine.  If you would like to be added to the waiting list drop us an email at

We have an active Facebook Page and a website.

As soon as we can we’ll be back…with all the concerts we had to postpone from 2020!