Local organisations, either social or commercial wishing to be listed here should contact the the clerk.
GirlGuiding in Codicote
Codicote Rainbows is a fun and varied programme of activities for girls aged 5-7.
At age 7, girls can join Codicote Brownies and have even more adventures including an annual residential trip.
Run by local, friendly volunteers, we meet weekly during term time at the JC:
Rainbows Wednesdays 4.45pm to 5.45pm
Brownies Wednesdays 6pm to 7.15pm
Contact Brown Owl firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or
to register your daughter, go to www.girlguiding.org.uk
Interested in volunteering with us? Go to www.girlguiding.org.uk
Contact Name: Jackie Hulse
Email Address: email@example.com
Codicote Food Bank
Codicote Food Bank was founded to support those in food poverty.
A weekly drop-in session runs from 6 -7pm every Wednesday.
Weekly deliveries by arrangement to those requiring support in local villages.
Emergency food parcels on request.
Located at 119 High Street, Codicote, SG4 8XE
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone Number: 07507295627
John Clements Sports and Community Centre
The John Clements Sports and Community Centre was opened in April 2015 following a sustained fundraising campaign which saw an initial total of £550,000 raised.
The Centre replaced the old Sports & Social Club, a wonderful but ageing building, initially erected for a five year period in 1992, and has already emerged as a Centre to retain and grow the present excellent level of sports participation – notably in the areas of football (men’s, ladies and youth), tennis, cricket, mini rugby and indoor bowls. It has also provided additional facilities and a greater quality of experience for participants and spectators with improved access to changing and shower facilities and to a larger and higher activity hall, giving more scope for indoor sport.
However, the new Centre is not just about sport and has established itself as a key social provision in the village becoming a destination for a vast array of social activities including:
- anniversary celebrations;
- engagement parties;
- birthday parties (of all ages);
- Christmas parties and celebrations;
- funeral wakes;
- live music concerts (from rock groups to Choirs!)
- Annual General Meetings;
- bridge tournaments;
- wine tasting sessions;
- jumble sales;
- Youth Club;
- dance and Pilates sessions.
– a full but by no means exhaustive list and, if you are interested in hiring the John Clements Sports and Community Centre for a function, lets us know either by emailing email@example.com or phoning Rae French on (07480) 764776
St Giles Church
Church of England place of worship.
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Codicote Tennis Club
Three floodlight courts and over 100 players, both adult and juniors, representing the club in competitive matches as well as a similar number of players who prefer to play socially.
S & M Food Store
General store in the High Street,
The Club is a totally new concept in the game, probably the first of its type in England.
Rugby clubs generally take youngsters into the Junior Sections – we start before that using the advantages of recently introduced tag rugby. In non-contact tag rugby boys and girls of differing ages can play together and even families can play together.
Indian restaurant and Take-away in the High Street.
Codicote Football Club
Codicote Football Club (est 1913) are currently members of the Spartan South Midlands League Division Two and play at the John Clements Memorial Ground, Bury Lane, Codicote.
Unisex hair salon in the High Street.
Robarts / Mace
General store and Post office in the High Street.
Friendly family butchers in the High Street.
St Giles Bell Ringers
Church bell ringing in Codicote.
We are trying to rebuild our team of bellringers with a view to resuming ringing for Church services.
For all enquiries about bells and bellringing at St Giles, Codicote, please contact Chris Coxell, 01438 820245.
Our practice night is (most) Mondays 7:30 – 9:00, (Please check beforehand). Visitors welcome.
Visits to the tower with explanation and demonstration can be arranged at other times for individuals or club/family groups.
Usually from about 12 upwards. It is just a question of height. But it is never too late to start.
The limiting factor at Codicote is our steep spiral staircase with 33 steps. Otherwise you need only good upper body mobility. It does not require particular strength.
In other nearby Churches, ringing is from the ground floor – introductions can be arranged.
Bellringing does not require any particular musical or mathematical ability. A sense of rhythm, co-ordination and ability to recognise patterns is an advantage.
Contact Name: Chris Coxell
Email Address: email@example.com
Phone Number: 01438 820245
As a member of the Early Year Alliance, Codicote Pre-School recognises parents and guardians as the first and most important educators of their children. All of the staff see themselves as co-workers with you in providing care and education for your child.
Codicote Youth Football Club
Codicote Youth FC is an FA Charter Standard football club based in Codicote, offering football for the children of the village and surrounding areas.
Codicote Women’s Institute
Codicote WI was started in 1918, and currently meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month in the Peace Memorial Hall from 19:30 to 21:00.