Ilmington - A Cotswold Village
Ilmington Village

 

Parish Council
The Parish Council have commissioned a brand new section of the Village Website to show all things related to the Council including minutes, agendas, finance and latest news. To access this section of the website click here or select 'Parish Council' from the drop down menu.

Grumpy Frog Cider
Last Autumn a group of friends collected apples from trees within the village. The tree owners were more than delighted to have the apples put to a good use and to have their lawns clear of apples which otherwise would clog up their lawn mowers.

The apples were washed, crushed and pressed to release the lovely apple juice, which was then fermented to produce cider.

Ilmington Village Community Shop & Cafe in Grump Street was the first outlet to sell the cider, which had been fermented in Frog Lane.

Grumpy Frog Cider was born!

If you would like your apples to go to a good use and to have your lawn clear of them or if you know of any potential sales outlet please contact:

Bill Buckley on 07855 380845 or Rupert Wyles on 07778 417032

Grumpy Frog is on Face Book and at www.grumpyfrog.uk

Ilmington Morris Men
The season is upon us once more and the Ilmington Morris Men are starting to perform throughout the region. For details of their performances please click here.

To Hear a Nightingale
This is the title of the recently published book, written by John Cooke.  It gives a fascinating insight into life in  Ilmington during the 1930s and 40s and is about John’s life growing up here.  The book is priced at £10.45 and can be purchased from John direct (Tel 01608 682559) or from his daughter, Julia (Tel 01608 682157) who is our local Post Lady and for those of you living in Ilmington, she will also deliver it to you!

Web design by Bruce McFarlane -2015
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St. Mary's Church
The 'Week in the Benefice' is updated each week by Reverend Chris Goble and can be found on the St. Mary's page.

Community Shop and Cafe
It was our open day on Sunday and what a great day it was ! We welcomed the RSC actor David Troughton who cut the ribbon and officially opened the shop and cafe. It was lovely to see so many people who wanted to celebrate with us, and we were fortunate to have a beautiful, sunny day. Refreshments of canapés and wine were taken on the sunny terrace and the children enjoyed face painting. 

Diary of Events.

Parish Council Notifications
For notifications, agendas and minutes of meetings click here.

Lates News from Shipston SNT
Click here for the latest newsletter.

Business Startup Advice. Click here.
Information about Dementia Awareness Week. Click here.

Information about Stratford District Council Parish Partners & Friends. Click here.
The latest newsletter from Shipston SNT. Click here.
For information about the Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Consultation. Click here.

Revised bus timetable - click here.

Help and Advice to reduce Fuel Bills is available by clicking here.

Ilmington Cinema Group
Our village cinema group's 'Screen on the Green' showings for the local community in our Village Hall, start at 7.30pm and the doors open at 7pm on the dates shown in the Diary of Events.
There are refreshments, a fully licensed bar and ice creams. Everybody welcome. Tickets available from The Red Lion or Outreach Post Office or, if available, at the door.

The Shipston Link
'The Shipston Link' community Bus Service has been running to and from Shipston-on-Stour for over 25 years, "bringing Shipston and the rural communities together".

We now have a new website www.shipstonlink.co.uk which, in addition to general information, and our ongoing appeal for volunteer drivers, has comprehensive Time-Table information of each of our Services to the villages and towns in our area.

Local Walks
The Cotswolds Wardens have recently created a new stile free walk in the Ilmington area. To view the route and to get directions follow the link.