An Antony Gormley Sculpture
has been errected in Lowsonford in the grounds of Lengthsman's Cottage by the Stratford canal. It's one of five around the country and will be there for a year. Follow the title link above to find out more and see some pictures.
Lapworth Parish Council
meet monthly at the village hall to discuss local matters and make decisions affecting residents. The public are welcome to attend these meetings and are given a chance to make representations at the start of each meeting. The Parish Council website
will tell you when the meetings are. So, go along and watch the most local level of local government in action.
The link on the top left of this page will take you there too. The picture in it is the Chairman's badge and chain of office. Follow this link
to find out what the images on it mean.
Lapworth in the early 1900s.
The late Keith Gascoigne published some reminiscences of Lapworth during the early 20th century in the parish magazine. These have been reproduced in the History society pages. The link will take you directly to them.
You can read Warwickshire County Council's broadband project website
here. Some of the village will receive fibre to the cabinet service, but even some parts of the main conurbation will not. It hasn't been possible to get an explanation why coverage is so arbitrary.
The Lapworth Players
website can be visited from the link on the left of this page. On this website there is a list of plays
since 1968 with an archive of pictures. There is also a collection of drawings
by Gillian and Arthur Lockwood.
Kingswood Residents' Group
has been formed by a group of folk, living in the Kingswood area of Lapworth, who feel that they have not been properly informed or consulted by the Parish and District Councils in matters concerning proposed developments in the area. You can use the link to visit their website and find out more.
"Love From Charlotte"
, a short story by Gill Polgreen:
The tears splashed onto the keyboard of the laptop, leaving little puddles on the D and the K. Harriet mopped them up with a neatly pressed handkerchief and hastily dabbed
at her carefully made-up eyes, trying to avoid smearing her mascara....Follow this link to read the rest