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Snitterfield Garden Club present on Tuesday, 3rd February at 8.00pm, 'Two for the Price of One', a talk by Timothy Walker, Director of Oxford Botanic Garden at Snitterfield Village Hall. Non members very welcome just £4.00 for the evening.

Snitterfield Rural Cinema will be screening in the Village Hall on Sunday, 8th February, in the afternoon at 3.00pm, 'FROZEN SING - ALONG' for all Frozen fans. This should be a fun afternoon (dress up if you like) so come along and join in all the songs from the film.
In the evening at 7.00pm, there will be a screening of 'The Hundred Foot Journey'.

Tickets available at the door and priced at £3 for under 12s; £4 for over 12s and adults; £10 for a family of 4. Refreshments available.

Snitterfield Parish Council meeting, Monday, 9th February, 7.30pm, back room of Village Hall

Snitterfield WI present on Wednesday, 11th February at 7.30pm a talk on the work of the Shakespeare Hospice by Doug Burns at Snitterfield Village Hall

If you dare go out on Friday, 13th February, there's a Fun General Knowledge Quiz at Snitterfield Sports Club, starting at 7.30pm. Teams up to 6 persons.Tickets are priced at £7.50 per person to include a jacket potato and chilli supper. Contact Richard Yendall T. 730269 E. richard@imutual.co.uk

New Youth Club, Snitterfield Sports Club opening, Friday, 20th February, 7.00pm to 9.00pm.
Click here for details

Hot off the Press!
Date for determination of Stratford Gliding Club Planning Application Ref.10/01059/VARY changed from Wednesday, 14th January 2015 to Wednesday, 4th February 2015. Click here for communication
Click here for proposed develpment at rear of Appleton House, Church Road

Click here to see Snitterfield Parish Council's response to the proposed development for 25 houses east of White Horse Hill
Click here for Design and Access Statement and here for Master plan for proposed development between White Horse Hill and King's Lane. The files are large, with the DAS running to almost 60 pages, so it may take some time to open up!
Click here for information for
latest proposed housing development behind the Green and Frogmore Road (the file is large and may take some time to open)

Click here for latest update of the Snitterfield Parish Council Flood Group
Click here for latest update of Superfast Broadband for Snitterfield
Click here for Notice of Snitterfield Parish Area Community Governance Review as on Stratford District's website and here the Parish Council's reasons for the review.
Click here for press release of SACC's National Award
Click here for latest Snipe Newsletter
Click here for the latest Chairman's blog from the Parish Council
Click here for the latest Chairman's blog for Snitterfield Garden Club
Click here for information on the new Snitterfield Neighbourhood Watch Scheme including registering and joining the scheme.
Click here for Snitterfield Parish 2011 Census profile
Click here for the contacts list for your Wellesbourne Safer Neighbourhoods Team, here for the December newsletter and here for latest Incident report No 11 (24th January to 1st February 2015)
Click here for website from Warwickshire against domestic abuse

Introduction of new 101 telephone number for non-emergency calls to Police.
Click here for news story.

What you can recycle and what you can't
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The village of Snitterfield lies in the midst of undulating countryside in the heart of Warwickshire and is situated some 4 miles (6.4km) north of Stratford upon Avon. It derives its name from the early name ‘Snyenfeld’, referring to ‘Feld, signifying a cleared stretch of land amid the Forest of Arden, and ‘Snyten’, referring to the wisp of snipe that frequented the meadows near the Sherborne Brook, which flows through the village.
The Parish covers a total of some 3,912 acres (1565 hectares), although it is likely that this figure will be increased in the near future, with the reworking of parish boundaries. Much of this area is good quality farming land, interspersed with wildlife sanctuaries, such as the Snitterfield Bushes.
The village itself is a thriving community with a wide range of amenities, facilities and activities and is one of the larger villages in the Avon Valley.
This website was inspired by the fine embroided wall hanging, produced by a group of women from the Parish to celebrate the new millennium and provides a unique snapshot of the many elements that go to make such a flourishing community..

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