Thieves about in Wing!

Last night a lovely Land Rover Defender 90 had it’s bonnet, doors and other item removed and stolen right outside houses on Top Street.

You would think the noise created would have disturbed people in their sleep, but it seems not. These vehicles are particularly prone to this type of theft. There are additional security measures you can take and are well worth the effort. Land Rover forums on the web have loads of advice about this.

Please be vigilant and report any suspicious activity to the Police on 101 or online at visit Click on “REPORT”.

Wing Festive Fun

Friday 20 December 6.30pm – 8pm

Father Christmas and his sleigh will tour the village to admire the decorated windows and will meet Wing children at the Village Hall for Hot chocolate and cupcakes and a small gift before everyone joins some Wing Wassailing.

Competitions including:
Decorated Wing Windows:
• Best Christmas Window
• Find the mistletoe
• Guess the Christmas Carol Window
Other favourites (in the Village Hall)
• Best Mince Pie
• Worst Christmas jumper
• Santa’s Sack lucky dip for Wing Children
• Wassail round the Christmas tree
• Guess the weight of the hamper

All welcome. Proceeds to the Church and the Village Hall

Tickets £5.00 per person. Wing children free

Look for details as we get nearer to Christmas

All welcome. Proceeds to the Church and the Village Hall

Rural Crime Week of Action

Rural Crime Week of Action

Sunday 6th – Sunday 13th October

The National Rural Crime Network is supporting the Rural Crime Week of Action being organised by the National Police Chiefs’ Council and forces across the country.

The aim of the week is to put the work being done to identify and tackle rural and wildlife crime in the spotlight and encourage more support for the efforts ensure communities across rural Britain are safe and feel safe.

Julia Mulligan, Chair of the National Rural Crime Network, said:

“Rural communities are too often ignored by those in positions of power because they’re hidden from view. I hope this Week of Action allows us to shine a light on the issues they face with crime and anti-social behaviour challenges just like any other part of the country, but also being more vulnerable because of their isolation and distance from support services of all kinds.

“Despite the passionate and professional police officers who serve communities day-in, day-out, we need government and all national organisations to better understand, represent and stand up for the 10.3 million people who live in rural areas.”

The National Rural Crime Network’s last national survey in 2018 examined the true state of crime and policing in rural communities. Its findings can be seen at

See more about what is happening in your area by searching for your local police force and Police and Crime Commissioner’s office.

New Year’s Eve


Saturday, 31th Dec, 9pm – 1am

We are planning a Village Hall disco evening to see in the New Year.

Why not come and join village friends and acquaintances and bring friends if you’d like to.

From 9pm onwards for an evening of nostalgic music of the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s.

We’d like several volunteers with a penchant for DJ’ing to put together a playlist each of their favourite disco party music which they will then DJ to the assembled party-goers – no getting off lightly – you will be Dj’ing your choices. There will be snacks available for those that feel they didn’t have enough dinner before they came and then a glass of fizz at midnight.

If the weather permits we may be able to conga round the car park and have our own outdoor rendering of Auld Lang Syne.

This will be a ticketed event to help us gauge numbers and it will be nominal cost. If you are able to contribute some nibbles then please let Lynne or Helen know. Contact Lynne ( or Helen ( to reserve tickets.

Welcome to 2020 Walk


New Year’s Day – we are planning a gentle 2-5 mile walk which will be led by Paul Kitson (of “walks 100 miles at a time, Kitson”) which will start from the Village Hall at about 11am.

Please bring your dogs as it will be largely footpath and bridleway walking. We’ll be stopping at a surprise location either en route or towards the end of the walk where we hope to have a bonfire and drinks/nibbles.

For those that don’t want to do the walk you would be welcome to meet at the bonfire venue to join in and indeed to volunteer to help with the drinks. Vouchers should be purchased in advance for those that would like drinks so that we can properly cater. Contact Helen Cullen ( or Lynne Kitson ( for more details.

There will be an alternative inclement weather plan.