Village appraisal and history.
Sulgrave - 130 years
in photographs.
Aerial photos and online planning information
Villagers' picture gallery
Local Police Team
Castle Green Project
Sulgrave Castle Archaeology Project
History Walk
Pocket Park
Sulgrave Gardens
Flower of the Month
Wildflower Archive
Bird Archive
Newsletter (Current Edition)
Newsletters (Past Editions)

Archive 2006
Archive 2007
Archive 2008
Archive 2009

Sulgrave Village Description. Location Maps.
VILLAGE PICTURE GALLERIES.

CHRISTMAS EVENTS IN SULGRAVE
CHRISTINGLE SERVICE PHOTOS
SOUP KITCHEN PHOTOS
VILLAGE CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS IN PLACE
CAROLS AROUND THE VILLAGE - PHOTOS

This delightful little bird, one of Britain's smallest. See here.

WARTIME MEMORIES OF SULGRAVE FROM
JOHN SMITH, FORMER EVACUEE.
See here.

NOVEMBER FLOWER OF THE MONTH

PICTURES OF POCKET PARK CLEAN UP

SEASONAL VEGETABLES at VILLAGE SHOP
WIND FARM ACTION GROUP WEBSITE UP AND RUNNING. See here for details
OCTOBER FLOWER OF THE MONTH

A FAVOURITE BIRD RETURNS....

WEB SITE DESIGN NOW AVAILABLE IN SULGRAVE
FLOWER OF THE MONTH - SEPTEMBER
THE VILLAGE SHOP IS 5 YEARS OLD!
Birthday party photographs here.
MORE OLD PICTURES FOR THE ARCHIVES
NEW LOCAL BUS TIMETABLES Details here
WIND FARM ACTION GROUP FORMED
See details of inaugural meeting here
FLOWER OF THE MONTH - AUGUST
AUGUST "BIRD OF THE SULGRAVE AREA"
VILLAGE CONCERN AT WIND FARM PLAN
See report on Public Meeting here
SEE HERE FOR AUGUST SOUP KITCHEN MENU
JULY FLOWER OF THE MONTH
SULGRAVE GARDENS OPEN DAY
Pictures here
JUNE FLOWER OF THE MONTH
Calling all those with an interest in Archaeology!
See here for full details
MAY FLOWER OF THE MONTH
SEVEN SULGRAVE GARDENS OPEN on 14th JUNE
Full details here.
VILLAGERS IN SEARCH OF THE BEST BLUEBELLS

MORE PICTURES OF "OLD" SULGRAVE

See here for APRIL FLOWER OF THE MONTH
...and more SPRING FLOWER PICTURES HERE
HAS ANYONE SEEN A TAWNY OWL? Details here
NEW FEATURE: Instant access to 40 Village Picture Galleries.
 SUMMER IS ICUMEN IN…..
MARCH FLOWER OF THE MONTH-See here.
Pictures here of FEBRUARY SOUP KITCHEN
CULWORTH SCHOOL OUTSTANDING (Ofsted)
POCKET PARK IMPROVEMENTS - YOUR VIEWS ARE NEEDED Download questionnaire here
FEBRUARY FLOWER OF THE MONTH See here
"AN ENGLISH AFFAIR" (and a reminder of summer when most needed!) SEE HERE FOR DETAILS.
WINTER VISITORS TO SULGRAVE
See here for details

JANUARY FLOWER OF THE MONTH See here.

MORE INFORMATION ON SULGRAVE'S WAR DEAD
YET MORE ON THE MYSTERY MACHINE!
FRUIT AND VEG AT SULGRAVE SHOP
7% CHEAPER THAN TESCO.
Details here.

DON'T FORGET FARTHINGHOE RECYCLING AND
RE-USE CENTRE!
Print a list of accepted waste materials.

NEED A WHEELCHAIR? Red Cross can help. Details here.
Ring this number if you have information of use to the police. See here for full details.

Sulgrave Village
Sulgrave is a small village surrounded by the rolling farmland of South Northamptonshire, England, near the town of Banbury. It has a population of around 380 people of all age groups covering a broad spectrum of occupations. Village features include the remains of a Norman Castle, a medieval church, the Tudor Manor House (once the home of ancestors of George Washington, first president of the United States of America), an 18th century School House (now the community shop) and a traditional pub.

On this website you can view information about different groups, facilities, services and businesses within the village. You can also see village news, upcoming events and many other items of interest to residents, former residents and visitors.

The website is maintained on behalf of Sulgrave Parish Council.
Whilst every effort is made to verify content we cannot be held responsible for errors and omissions.

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