Welcome to Friends of Fladbury - a village community group

New members welcome

Next Meeting & AGM Tuesday 21st January

8pm in The Chequers

Please contact Jane Bugg for more information 01386 860531

Friends of Fladbury also welcome requests for funds for Fladbury village groups and projects. We have recently provided a grants of £700 for the village hall, £200 for the football club, £200 for the new Fladbury History Group and £500 for Fladbury School.

Please contact Louise Bugg on 07968 252847 or email louise@birdseyesports.co.uk. 

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Who are Friends of Fladbury?

 

The Friends of Fladbury were founded at the beginning of 2012 after the successful fundraising by Friends of Pool Garden to establish a new and improved play ground for young children in Farm Street. The group aims to be a facilitator of community events, fundraising and projects and has representatives from the community, Parish Council, the Church, sports clubs and the Fladbury Walkabout.

 

Regular events now include the Festive Five Run in December/January, The Spring Fling dinner dance in March and Fladbury Fete in September. In addition we hold social events throughout the year; bulb planting, tea dances, village hall parties, carol singing...

 

We actively encourage local groups to apply for funding from Friends of Fladbury and have supported various organisations, such as Brownies, Rainbows, Fladbury Paddle club, Scrabble Club, Fladbury Village Hall, Fladbury Church, Fladbury Cricket Club and Fladbury CE First School.

 

Our current committee - Caroline Curtis is the Treasurer and committee members volunteer as 'roving' Chair and Secretary. Current committee members are Louise Bugg, Julie Cross, Alice Jennings, Ian Southcott, Jane Bugg, Andy Train, Steve Curtis, Caroline Curtis, Jenny Curtis, Sue Poultney and Geoff Mills.