Halloween Walkaround Sunday 31st October.

The children’s “Trick and Treat” trip around the village will happen again this year as it did last. Starting around 6:00 (ish)

Any villager who would like to participate are asked to decorate their doorstep to show they are in the Halloween Mood (Pumpkins, Skeletons, ghosts etc) and leave any sweets/treats for the children on their driveway to be collected.

Why not tell us you’re going by clicking on the RSVP under the ghosts.

The Pumpkin Trail – It’s not long now!

It’s only a few weeks until the Pumpkin Trail – we know the little ones are excited. We need to know who’s coming because we want to make sure there are enough finger sausages and plenty of eyeball soup! 

So please tell the goulish Uncle Fester Phil either by AVH Facebook Page OR direct on 01630653784.

OR you could go to the event page by clicking on RSVP below we will know that you’re on your broom stick and on your way.

Who’s Going To Fashion and Fizz?

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It’s only 5 days to Fashion and Fizz! have you let Tracey know that you’re coming? It’s important that we have an idea of numbers so either send Tracey a message on: 

07958 538704

OR click the RSVP button and you will automatically get your confirmation and we will see you on the night:

Fashion and Fizz or Coffee, Cake and Couture?

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Thank you to the very lovely Tracy Ennis in Station Road, who has organised a “Pop up” in the village hall which will be a great opportunity to purchase some really different clothes and fashion accessories that you won’t find on the high street.  Freshen up your wardrobe, buy a Christmas present or two, or just come along to get some great ideas of what’s on trend right now.  Drinks and nibbles will be served on the evening and it’s a great opportunity to bring along a friend and have a lovely evening out.  Even better, if you can’t manage the evening the pop up will be open again on Saturday morning so you can come along then to view or to pick up that piece you should have ordered the night before.  How good is that?  

Book your place by texting or calling Tracy – details on the flier and we will see you there!  

When? Friday 8th October 7-9:30pm or Saturday 9th October 9:30am-11:30am

What?  Come along and browse the beautiful French collection from https://uk.captaintortue.com/ 

Where? Adderley Village Hall

Why? Looking for a few unique pieces for your autumn/winter wardrobe or maybe even a gift for that upcoming birthday, Christmas or a special occasion? You’ll find it here!

Who?    RSVP Tracey on 07958538704

Road Closure

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This is in Woore but might affect people who commute that way:

ROAD CLOSURE: London Road, Woore

START DATE: 17th October 2021

END DATE: 17th October 2021


WORKS PROMOTER:  Severn Trent Water

WORKS PROMOTER REF: LB7012204-000012833384

 9.30 - 16.00hrs

You can view the closure and diversion route by clicking here:

Should you have any queries regarding this closure, please call Customer
Services on 0345 6789006, or contact the Street Works Team on

Spooky Pumpkin Trail

The Village Green Is Full of Fun. A Magical Trail of Pumpkins & Spooks Is Waiting For You To Explore. So Dress to Impress, Fairies, Good Witches, Wizards & Pumpkins All Welcome. Don’t Forget To Bring a Torch

Please RSVP for this event which is especially for our younger residents to Phil Gadd either by AVH Facebook Page OR direct on 01630653784


Poster for Haloween Event

Musical Evening At St Peters

A musical evening, including cheese and wine, was held in the closed off east end of St Peter’s Church on the 1st of September. To a full house the “MicWire” Choir and soloists entertained us with an excellent programme. The choir was exuberant, energetic and very entertaining with an enjoyable repertoire of Pop, Soul and Motown Classics with a finale of Salve Regina (Holy Holy Queen). They were ably and enthusiastically conducted by Kate Cubley and Grace Courtney and our thanks go to them and all the choir members for coming to us in Adderley, some from as far away as Liverpool.

At the interval wine and cheese were handed round and not just your “usual” piece of cheese on a biscuit but an array of wonderful cheese nibbles on different breads, biscuits & pastries and many varieties of cheese. A big thank you to Priscilla Parsons, Jackey Tydeman and Sheila Greetham for all the bits, wine and organisation. The church was decorated with lovely flowers kindly grown and given and arranged by church members. A very well received vote of thanks was given by Chris Lewis and a good night was had by all.