Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Priest Hutton and Borwick’s local response to the Coronavirus situation, aimed at keeping people in touch and supporting vulnerable people in our villages, has been added to the Emergency Plan page on this website. This can be found under the “Community” menu item on this page by clicking “Emergency Plan incl. Coronavirus Information”.

Or you can link to it by clicking here.

Here’s a link to the Government’s current information for the public about this virus and what is expected of us:

Advance Notice of Borwick and Priest Hutton Social Events 2020

Here is advance notice of some village social events. More details will be published nearer the time but, if interested , you may wish to put them in your calendar.

Boules and Moules: Saturday 16th May 6pm onwards

It’s all in the title really; a French boules tournament in the Memorial Hall car park, followed by moules mariniere/crusty bread/ French cheeses. A great sociable occasion for all ages.

Sports Day & Village Barbecue: Saturday 4th July 5pm onwards

Sports for the youngsters on Harry’s field, BBQ for all ages.

Rounders at Linden Hall: Monday 31st August approx 4pm onwards

On the Bank Holiday Monday. Borwick v Priest Hutton, followed by live music in the gardens of Linden Hall – bring your own picnic and drinks!

Bonfire Night: Thursday 5th November 6pm onwards

Memorial Hall car park/field. Bring a firework!

Gardeners’ Club News

The Gardeners’ Club are highlighting two forthcoming events – open to non-members too. The full year’s calendar of Gardeners’ Club meetings and events can now be accessed from their web page reached via “Clubs and Societies” on the menu

22nd October 2019
The breadth of plants available to gardeners today owes much to plant hunters of a bygone age. Brian Gomm will explain the role of Reginald Farrer amongst others in introducing new plants to Britain and particularly around his home in Clapham.

26th November 2019
Lowther Castle gardens have recently been the subject of a project to recapture and restore the 17th century layout together with layers of later design. Local historian, and supporter of Dales ponies, Janet Niepokojczycka will share with us some of the history and the more recent work of the Lowther Trust in producing a stunning visitor attraction. 
As the club is celebrating its 30 year anniversary, this meeting will include a Jacob’s Join light finger buffet and wine instead of the usual mince pies. Former members are most welcome.
There is no meeting in December.