Welcome to the Frampton Cotterell
and Coalpit Heath Village Action Website

Village Action is a voluntary group whose aim is to achieve improvements in all aspects of village life through working in partnership with residents and local agencies. A full list of initiatives undertaken by Village Action can be seen at Village Action Projects.

The primary aim of this website is to provide information about events and activities taking place locally. The noticeboard and diary below contain announcements about events and Community Activities shows regular meeting times for the wide range of clubs and societies which meet in the area together with the facilities which are available for sporting or social activities.  

Please contact us via this website if you have any questions. If you have a Facebook account you could also contact us via the Village Action Facebook page.

Recent announcements

  • Click on the title of the announcement to see the full text.
  • Frampton Cotterell and District Local History Society The Luftwaffe’s attacks on the aircraft industry in South Gloucestershire 1940 to 1942A talk by local author John Penny M. A.Wednesday 17 Oct 2018 at 7.30pm ...
    Posted 10 Oct 2018, 12:46 by Phil Handy
  • FCP-TV Live Streaming Show Frampton Community Projects (FCP) are pleased to announce the arrival of their new project - a live streaming studio show!This October will see the start of their monthly show streamed ...
    Posted 10 Oct 2018, 09:20 by Phil Handy
  • Scarecrow Trail 2018 The theme for this year's Scarecrow Trail is "Favourite Fairy Stories".  Closing date for entries is 19th October. Scarecrows will be on display from 27th October to 2nd November ...
    Posted 3 Oct 2018, 08:57 by Phil Handy
  • 'Big Christmas Sing' The Churches Together in Frampton Cotterell & Coalpit Heath are holding their annual 'Big Christmas Sing' at St Saviour’s Church, Coalpit Heath from 7-9pm. Local adult & school choirs, a ...
    Posted 30 Sep 2018, 02:42 by Phil Handy
  • Frampton Cotterell and District Local History Society Frampton Cotterell and District Local History Society will begin their Autumn season on Wednesday 19 Sept 2018 at 7.30pm with:Historical Photographic Tour of Frampton CotterellJointly presented by ...
    Posted 15 Sep 2018, 12:52 by Phil Handy
  • Winterbourne Wind Band Open Rehearsal Evening Winterbourne Winds want YOU! Players or returners please come along to our free Open rehearsal evening on:Sept 13th, 7.30-9.30 pm at The Greenfield Centre, Park Avenue ...
    Posted 23 Aug 2018, 06:27 by Phil Handy
  • Summer Code Club for Youngsters An exciting summer event for youngsters to do something creative and learn more skills.August 13th to 17th9:30 to 12:30Brockeridge CentreFrampton Cotterell For more information ...
    Posted 25 Jul 2018, 03:03 by Phil Handy
  • Woodlands Farm Housing Development Preliminary arrangements  for  Appeal, Land East of Park Lane (Woodlands Farm), planning application, PT17/0215/O.  The venue is:Cleve Rugby Club, The Hayfields, Cossham StreetMangotsfield, South Gloucestershire, BS16 ...
    Posted 9 Jul 2018, 03:21 by Phil Handy
  • Frampton Festival 2018 This year’s Frampton Festival promises, once again, to be a fun-filled family day out with preparations almost complete for this popular local community event, now in its sixth ...
    Posted 1 Jul 2018, 04:06 by Phil Handy
  • Frampton Community Projects Frampton Community Projects are going to be livestreaming the Frampton Festival in a few weeks. They'll have a stall there complete with mini-studio for people to drop in ...
    Posted 27 Jun 2018, 08:36 by Phil Handy
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Village Diary

See Village Diary for full listings.

With thanks to Louise Harrison who compiles much of the information in the Village Diary.

Information about regular events and meetings can be found in Clubs and Societies. See also Village Walks for details of organised walks together with photos from earlier walks.

The Zion Church Website also has a useful list of events and activities which are organised by the church.

With thanks to Winterbourne and Frampton Matters magazine for helping to publicise Village Action information.