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The latest edition of the Arrington Newsletter produced regularly by Liz Crow is now available.

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Seasonal Events, Activities & General Notices


Wimpole Hall - Multi Use Trail Project

Wimpole Hall in partnership with Sport England are planning to create a circular multi use trail, approximately 9km, (5.6 miles).  The trail will be designed for use all year round, will enable different user groups to enjoy the wider Estate and be accesible from the Arrington Gates.  

More information on the Multi-Use trail can be found on the Wimpole website, www.nationaltrust.org.uk/wimpole and a links can be found here to a map of the proposed route and National Trust letter.

St Nicholas Church Arrington

Services are held at St.Nicholas on the third Sunday of every month at 4pm and the fourth Sunday of the month at 9.30am.  

Morning prayer held every Tuesday 8am.

St Nicholas is open every day for everyone


Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research Charity Coffee and Cake Morning

Massive thank you to everyone who came along to the coffee and cake morning on Saturday 17th June. We raised a huge £700 for @actcharity lymphoma and lukemia research and for the new E10 ward at the hospital. Your kind donations are greatly received.  We would have never been able to do it without the incredible cake donations and help from all you lovely local people. Also a huge thank you to @starbucks at Baldock services for donating coffee, milk, cups, and sugars/ stirrers. #addenbrookes #starbucks #lymphoma #luekemia #charity #fundraising.  @lymphoma_association

Follow the story - www.justgiving.com/fundraising/smithsrunning

Wimpole Hall Infrastructure (Car Park) Project

Wimpole Hall have ben creating a 10 Year vision and master plan n which will ensure the best for Wimpole and improve the visitor offer and experience, easing the pressures on the heritage assets and environment. After an exhaustive exploration of options, it has been concluded that the greatest conservation benefit to the estate will be the removal of the existing car parking from the parkland areas around the Stable Block and relocation of parking and the visitor welcome outside of the Registered Park.  

Full details and agenda HERE.

Arrington Garden Party

St Nicholas Church Arrington held its Annual Garden Party in the village garden on a very sunny Saturday afternoon on the 8th July. This year just like the last 2015 event featured the music of local artist Martin Kaszak who was accompanied by Phil Pearce. The Garden Party is one of a number of events, such as the Annual Boules event in August that are held as a focus for the village community but at the same time raises finances to help maintain the Grade 1 listed church building further up the hill. Some £450 was raised and this year’s contributions will go to help fund a church path handrail and if possible some path lighting in order to make the building more accessible for those with mobility challenges.

The Garden Party, or what used to be called the fete, may well have started some 123 years ago with an event held in Wimpole Hall grounds to raise enough finance for a vestry attached to the north side of the tower. This year’s Garden Party would have been a very different occasion with a BBQ, a bar serving Pimms as well as beer, lager and soft drinks but also having Tombola and Raffle that may well have been familiar.  A big thank you to all local people and friends who helped make this occasion a success.

Words - M.Barrett & M.Kaszak.   Pictures copyright Clive Porter


The new swings have now been installed in the Village Garden, replacing the old swings which required extensive repair which was not cost effective.

This now means that the children of the village and visitors to Arrington can once again enjoy the garden fully.

Here’s a picture of Tamsin our village gardener trying them out.