Bozeat groups and activities for you all
You can find many groups to occupy yourself within our village and community:
Lunch Club; Age UK Northamptonshire - Weekly exercise class and Nordic Walking; All Starz; Bowls Club; Bozeat & Easton Maudit Bell Ringers; Bozeat Baby & Toddler Group; Bozeat Book Club; Bozeat Community Primary School; Bozeat Nursery; Bozeat Environmental Care Group; Bozeat Hearty Walkers; Bozeat Ladies Dinner; Bozeat Men’s Dinner; Bozeat Players; Bozeat Saturday morning Football; Café Connections; Café Connections Open House; Learning Through Play; Coffee Morning; Cubs and Scouts; Hand bell Ringers; Little Connections; Slimming World; Tai Chi; Tennis Club; The Tea Room; Windmill Singers; Wollaston Cricket Club; Women’s Institute; Red Lion PH; Bozeat Playing Fields.
If you wish to make known your own group and add a section below (additional documents can be added in the form of links within this page), please let us know by email to: email@example.com
2nd Bozeat (St Marys) Scout Group comprises the Scout Troop, the Cub Pack and the Beaver Colony, with ages from 6 to 14. We meet at the Village School.
Beavers (6-8 years) meet on Mondays from 6.15 to 7.15pm
Cubs (8 to 10.5 years) meet on Tuesdays from and meet from 6.30 to 8pm.
Scouts (10.5 to 14 years) meet on Tuesday from. They meet at 7.45pm to 9.15pm.
The emphasis is on fun, with an increasing element of responsibility as the children get older. Badge work covers an incredible array of subjects, with something for everyone with the Group. We enjoy annual swimming galas, district and section camps, and also attend various Church services such as Remembrance Day, Harvest and our very own Lantern Service, held at Christmas.
Fund-raising includes bag-packs at local supermarkets, stalls at local events, and the ever-popular Scout Post at Christmas time.
We are always looking for adult help in our group and at the moment we are looking to recruit help on a weekly or occasional basis in the Cub Section on a Tuesday evening. If you wish to contact us please email with your details to: Julie Bevington our Group Scout Leader firstname.lastname@example.org who will get in touch with you.
Bozeat Annual Show
The Bozeat Annual Show is planned for Saturday 22nd August 2020 at St Marys Church Hall from 2pm.
This year’s Schedule (*) and Entry Form can be downloaded from the links below.
In these uncertain times, there is clearly a question mark hanging over whether/how the Show can go ahead. However, at this point we have decided that we are continuing to keep the option open of some form of event going ahead, so please put the date in your diaries – and start thinking about what you might want to exhibit.
The essence of the show is to encourage exhibitors to show, put these exhibits in front of expert judges and then share the results with the community. Whatever the changes in how we live over the next 3 – 4 months, it seems unlikely that we will be able to put on the Show in its usual form. However, we firmly believe that it should be possible to put on a Bozeat village event that is true to the spirit of the Show. It is too early to decide exactly what form this will take, but what is absolutely certain is that any event we do run will be 100% in line with whatever guidelines are in place at the time to ensure the safety of the exhibitors, organisers and wider public.
The attached Schedule (*) follows the usual format, and has an exciting new Conservation Section, with a range of classes along this theme. In the children’s section we have added a new class for painted pebbles which we hope will attract many new entries from the young people of the village. What we can’t guarantee at this point, though, is that we will be able to exhibit and judge every class. We will make hard copies of the schedule available outside 50 Mile Street (by the big white window) and at the gate of Bozeat allotments. Alternatively, if you contact one of the Committee Members (see schedule) we will get a copy to you.
We look forward to a successful – if rather different – Bozeat Annual Show on 22nd August 2020.
In the meantime, keep safe.
Bozeat Show Committee
(*) The Schedule is available in 2 versions. The ‘single page’ version is easiest to view on screen and print out single sided. The ‘booklet’ version can be printed double sided to then folded into booklet form.
Bozeat Women's Institute
The Women's Institute was formed with the aim of giving women a voice and to be a force for good in the community.
We meet the 2nd Wednesday of each month locally in Bozeat.
Our own village group meets in the school room of the Independent Wesleyan Chapel on the second Wednesday of the month at 7.30pm. We endeavour to make our meetings interesting and enjoyable with a carefully chosen speaker, a short period to cover the business aspect, followed by half an hour or so of social time and light refreshment.
Our committee is enthusiastic and pro-active, constantly seeking new ideas to keep our WI lively and able to offer all our members, old or young, enjoyable evenings together. Additionally, we organize trips throughout the year to a variety of locations.
Bozeat Playing Fields Association
The Bozeat Playing Fields Association [BPFA] have installed a new Skateboard Ramp with the financial help of the Bozeat Parish Council.
The installation has been carried out by a locally based Company, Rampchild Limited, of Kettering.
It is open for your use; please wear your own safety gear and use the equipment as it should be.
Should you find any issues, particularly with safety, please contact the Parish Council. For more urgent problems, Dave Childs of Rampchild Limited.
The “Recycling Shop” in the pavilion is functioning well on a Saturday morning.
Organised by, and being welcomed by Sue and Keith, and other helpers, for visits on Saturday mornings between 9:30 and 12:30 to accept donations and to choose from a variety of clothes, toys and other bric-a-brac.
Tea and coffee, with cake and biscuits, are often available, so pop in for a chat. All proceeds go to the Playing Fields, so try and support this if you can ……
St Mary’s Church Bozeat is part of the WEBS benefice (or group) which includes Wollaston, Easton Maudit, Bozeat and Strixton churches. We are a traditional village church with a desire to reach out to people in our community with the Good News of Jesus through the way we are, the things we do and by what we say. We enjoy a mixture of styles of worship and we
regularly celebrate Holy Communion together. Our monthly services are usually:
First Sunday 9.15am Morning Prayer
Second Sunday 9.15am RISE – All Age Worship (see below for details)
Third, Fourth and Fifth Sunday 9.15am Service of Holy Communion
Please visit our website for more information: www.bozeatchurchstmarys.com
We are planning several events during Holy Week (15th - 21st April - please see our flyer.
Emmaus Village Carlton
We are your local homeless charity - offering people a home, not just place to stay for the night. Come and find all sorts of treasures in our shops - from clothes, books, electrical goods, furniture and bric-a-brac.
Visit our Bistro:
Opening Hours - Tuesday to Saturday 9:30am to 4:30pm and Sunday 10am to 4pm
School Lane, Carlton, MK43 7LQ
For further information, please visit: emmaus.org.uk/village_carlton
More information to follow
Bozeat Windmill Singers
The Bozeat Windmill Singers, a mixed four part choir for experienced and novice singers; currently of approximately forty-five members, meets Tuesday evenings during school term time at the Independent Wesleyan Church "The Little Chapel" in the village.
We sing a broad range of musical genre, ranging from modern and popular, show songs and medleys, through to light classical etc.
Choir rehearsals have been suspended, following advice from the Government.
Virtual on line meetings have been arranged for Tuesday evenings at 7.30pm, using "Zoom". For more information please contact the host email@example.com
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