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Nursery and Primary School

Address: Acorns Primary School, Main Road, Long Compton

Telephone: 01608 684654

Executive Headteacher: Christian Hilton

Head of School:  Hannah Young

Office Administrator:  Catherine Wright  

 

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We meet at The Ebenezer Chapel in Butlers Road
    
Services for all major festivals and for personal worship by arrangement
    
Objectives: Communal Worship
    
Contact:

  • Sally Franklin    07870 545431

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Long Compton Parish Church

South Warwickshire Seven Benefice

Meets: Sunday mornings and afternoons (see website for details)

Objectives: To know Jesus Christ and make him better known

Website: www.southwarwickshirechurches.co.uk

Rector: The Reverend Stuart Allen    01608 684207
not available Thursdays

Benefice Administrator: Lucy Simpson    01608 684787
Mon, Wed, Friday afternoons

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Long Compton Village Hall, Main Street, Long Compton, Warwickshire, CV36 5JJ
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Long Compton Village Hall offers a superbly equipped kitchen, ample parking, capacity for up to 100, separate meeting room,china & furniture hire, stage, WiFi & lawns.

 

             LCVH

Contact Details

                      

Chair:

Secretary:

Bookings:

Mo Read

Alison Haine

Ann Lattimore

01608 684130

07854454422

01608 684540

 

Hire charges

Main Hall £12/hr, Committee Room £7/hr, Evening Function (6pm - midnight) £90

10% discount to members of the 100 Club

Electricity and hot water included

 

The Village Hall will be back in use for activities which are compliant with current government guidelines asap.

 

Here’s a little update on where we are. The Village Hall re-opened as soon as we were allowed to and continues to be available for events, meetings and groups. We are being terribly careful about social distancing and cleaning and doing everything we can to keep our visitors safe, but, obviously, we understand that some of our regular guests simply can’t use the hall at the moment. Indeed, we had, reluctantly, to call off our first indoor Social Saturday, following the change in Government guidance in the light of the recent increase in COVID infections. All this has of course rather put a dampener on the Hall’s efforts to raise the cash for the much needed repair of our drive. We had managed to get around £3,000 before lockdown and had hoped to raise at least as much again this summer. But it was not to be. We are as determined as ever to get the drive into a good condition, but, like so much else nowadays, our plans have had to be postponed. Once we have got through this difficult time, we will of course get back to the project.  As always, we are grateful for your ongoing support.