Inkberrow is a well-equipped village. This is a list of all the practical amenities the village provides.
There are many church activities under the leadership the Rev’d Bruce Rienstra, who is also responsible for the adjoining parishes of Dormston, Kington and Cookhill.
Concerts are arranged from time to time in St.Peter's Church, including a now annual orchestral concert in the early autumn.
St Peter's Church hall, immediately behind the church, is a very attractive hall with good facilities for the smaller function, and lovely views over the surrounding countryside.
Inkberrow is fortunate to have a spacious Village Hall in Sands Lane , where many local societies meet, and activities take place. Badminton and indoor bowling are played there, as well as meetings of the Young Farmers, the Sunshine (over 60s) Club, Guides and Brownies, the Horticultural,Society, and many more. There is an enthusiastic Drama Club (The Inkberrrow Players) who have been offering a pantomime or musical every year for over 20 years.
For more information about the village hall please contact Amanda Wallis on 01386 793894.
St Peter's Church hall, immediately behind the church, is a very attractive hall with good facilities for the smaller function, and lovely views over the surrounding countryside. An ideal venue for parties, weddings, business and club meetings. Equipt with broadband and audio visual system with surround sound, drop down screen and projector.
Inkberrow Local Police Officer is PC 3591 Tony Carter and Community Support Officer 6143 Keeley Hawkes. Droitwich Rural East Droitwich Police Station, Omberley Street East, Droitwich. Telephone 01905 725769.
Non emergency telephone number "101"
Your local policing team are parked up every Wednesday for a PACT meeting between 12.00 noon - 13.00 hours on the Green, Inkberrow, so please come along and see us.
Surgery Opening Times are 8.00am - 18.30pm Monday - Friday
Dispensary Opening Times are 8.30am - 12.00 noon and 14.00pm - 18.00pm Monday to Friday.
Health Visitor clinic is held on 1st and 3rd Wednesday at 10.00am- 11.30am
Worcestershire "Out of Hours" Service for Patients telephone number is 0300 123 3211. For those that cannot wait until the surgery opens.
The Millennium Green is a free, open area for the enjoyment of everyone, with special features of historic and natural interest. It is a maintained site, but not ‘close-cropped’ as with a village green or public park. The Green is a Charitable Trust. It was opened in June 2000 and is managed by Trustees and volunteers, who meet regularly to fulfil a work programme to allow the Green to be a pleasant, relaxing place for all. New volunteers are always appreciated and are made welcome.
The Green is a Special Wildlife Site for its wild flower grassland and is managed under a HLS agreement with Natural England. Moat and fish ponds are Medieval and are listed in the National Monuments Record.
Trustees are happy to show visitor parties around and provide educational and fun activities for school and other children's groups – contact Tim Patrickson (01386 792014 or email@example.com) or Wendy Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
photos courtesy of R Talboys
The Inkberrow Millennium Green is one of 245 that were set up at the turn of the new century. Its attraction is the variety of views from all parts of the 8 acre site and its reminders, in the moat and the old fishponds on site, of the continuity of English village life through the ages.
A mobile library visits the village regularly every 3 weeks.
Enquiries to Evesham Library 01905 822722 or email@example.com
INKBERROW PARISH COUNCIL has nine Members, Clerk and separate Responsible Finance Officer. Formed in the early 1970's the Parish Council can look proudly on a number of achievements which have contributed a great deal to the quality of life enjoyed by the residents to-day.
Members are elected every four years and all play an active part in village life. All Parish Council meetings are open to the public and are publicised on the Parish Council notice board situated outside the village shop and also in the Post Office.
The Parish Council is seeking Quality Status. By acquiring this status, the Parish Council can demonstrate that they are representative, in touch with their communities, competent, and capable of taking on an enhanced role. This assurance of quality will help to smooth the way for the formation of partnerships with principal authorities, enabling projects and initiatives which reflect the needs and preferences of the community.
The Clerk can be contacted by e-mail
The Village Post Office is located in Pepper Street, and is open Monday to Saturday.
The Village school covers children from 5 up to 9 years of age. Reception until Year 4.
Headteacher: Mrs Heather Thomson.
Originally a Church School , the school transferred to the County Council in the early part of the last century. With a dedicated and friendly staff, the school is an integral part of Inkberrow's social structure, giving a good grounding to local children before they proceed to middle and senior schools in Pinvin and Pershore, or to one of the fine independent schools in Worcester .
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The Village Shop is located on the main road through Inkberrow, and provides general stores and Newspapers
Inkberrow has active football and cricket clubs, including several teams for young footballers, called Inkberrow Eagles. The tennis club is adjacent to the Village Hall, and has three fine floodlit courts, making all-year round playing possible. A more recent addition to the villages sporting facilities has been the Bowling Green with an excellent adjoining Pavilion.
For more information about the Sports Pavillion please contact Amanda Wallis on 01386 793894.