Village Events

Weekday Eucharist


Every Wednesday at 10am at St. Peters, Little Comberton


ALL are welcome


 Please note that  10am WEEKDAY EUCHARIST will be at ELMLEY CASTLE on

MAY 4 & 10














   Link Coffee Morning




Phil and Margot Archer 



invite you and your friends


coffee and conversation


Neston, Russell Street 

Great Comberton



Saturday, 20 May


from 10:00am until 12 noon


(£2 voluntary donation in support of our churches)


Please note a week earlier than usual because of Easter



Sports Partnership Herefordshire and Worcestershire are bringing you the chance to try Carpet Bowls in Little Comberton Village Hall on Wednesday afternoons from 2-4 pm over a 6 week period, giving anyone over the age of 18 years old a chance to get gently active.


The sessions, which are supported by Wychavon District Council, will start on Wednesday 1stFebruary 2017 and will run weekly until 8th March. There will be a small charge of £2 and refreshments will be provided by Little Comberton Sports and Social Committee. No equipment or dress code are required and you can just turn up on the day.

For more information please contact Graham Tustin on 710366 or Sue Bentley on 01905 542035 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. If you would like to attend but can’t make these dates or times, please contact Sue to explore additional sessions to accommodate everyone interested.


If there are any Bowls coaches, or those that know the game, who are willing to support the activity, please let Sue or Graham know.


Best wishes








Advent Activities


When?   Saturday, December 3rd 


Where?   Little Comberton Village Hall


Time?      10am. - 1pm



Advent Windows



When?  First window - Sunday, November 27th,  Advent



How this all started


The idea of lighting Advent Windows first came to me after the summer of 2007, when much of the UK had experienced floods of biblical proportions - even our own village of Little Comberton had not escaped. Christmas was approaching; a Christmas that was not going to be easy for many families. But, before Christmas we have Advent - a time of preparation. I also associate light with Advent; the dark nights of winter relieved by the warm lights as we approach the Nativity.

You probably remember Advent Calendars which we start opening at the beginning of December - opening a new 'window' to show a religious text or poem or Christmas themed illustration or even a chocolate - always very popular! In Switzerland, in some villages  there is a custom of lighting windows in homes - just like a calendar.

So there it was! The spark of an idea! I would invite homes in Little Comberton to decorate and light a window.

We begin on Advent Sunday with the first lights and then each day another home is added until on Christmas Eve [or the night of the Village Carol Service] the star is lit outside St Peters Church in our village.

Many of the lights remain lit until January 6 - Twelfth Night when traditionally Christmas lights and decorations are taken down for another year

I don't know how long it takes for something to become a tradition but this year will be the tenth year!

                                                                                                                                                               Yvonne Seward