Castle Eaton Village Community Committee provide and co-ordinate social events within the village.
We are responsible for the provision and maintenance of the Children's playground
Annual General Meeting
As you all know, we haven’t been able to hold any events in the Village since the pandemic.
Next year, all being well, we will run a Village Fete where funds are shared between the village groups who take part, and our Barn Dance which is always great fun!
We also intend to go carol “singing” around the village before Christmas to raise funds for a nominated charity.
As part of the funds are also allocated to the upkeep of the village playground, we are particularly keen to have input from families in the village with children who use the playground and field.
Do please come along to our AGM to find out all about it on:
Monday 15th November 2021 at 7:30pm in the Village Hall
VCC AGM Monday 15th November 2021
Carol Singing December 2021
Castle Eaton Village Fete 2022
Annual Barn Dance 2022
Sunday 7th November
BONFIRE NIGHT at The Red Lion
Fireworks provided by VCC
£2 donation to British Legion Poppy Fund please
Who are we?
Chair (Interim/Joint)- Dinesh Naidu/Roland Green
Secretary - Helen Clift
Treasurer - Louise Kennington
Committee Members - Janet Hughes, Susan Peock,
Pauline Price, David Rogers,
Dawn Saunders, Rhiannon Stone
The Playground is now Open
Please Help Keep the Playground and Play Equipment Covid-19 Secure
The Playground is NOT supervised, and equipment is NOT regularly cleaned.
Social distancing of 2m MUST always be maintained (or 1m with risk mitigation where 2m is not possible).
Only one child is allowed on each piece of equipment at a time.
No eating or drinking in the playground
Parents/Carers: You will need to clean the equipment before your child uses it. Please bring hand sanitiser or wipes to clean your children's hands before and after use and to wipe the equipment. Please take all your waste home for safe disposal
Do not touch your face. Remember to cough or sneeze into a tissue. Take tissues home for safe disposal (use an arm if a tissue is not available).
Children's clothes should be washed when they get home.
Families with clinically vulnerable members: Do NOT use the equipment without first cleaning it.