History Society Tea Party Saturday 7 July 2.30-4.30 at VH for residents and evacuees who lived in Sheepscombe up to and including 1958. C Roberts 812786
Wimbledon Mens Final 1.15 for 2PM Sunday 15 July at VH. Glass of Pimms and Bowl of Strawberries & Cream. £12 limited tickets in aid of Stroud CAB. Contact P Rowe 813228
Villagers are invited to School production of 'Wind in the Willows’ 9.30 Friday 20 July in VH. Free entry, donations to school welcome
Boules & Picnic (BYO) Saturday 11th August, 3pm on at VH. SheepSoc will provide tea, coffee and soft drinks through afternoon. Please bring your own picnic to enjoy after competition. We also provide BBQ equipment for those wishing to cook
Play Area Appeal 2018 - The village is fundraising to replace the outside play equipment at the Hall. Click on the link to see how you can donate
NOTE: For regular activities such as Bridge, Lunch Club, WI, Rural Cinema, etc. please see notes under Activities
Please check the Diary for more events (e.g. basket making, Yoga, Nia, Textiles)
Sheepscombe is set in a beautiful valley near Painswick and comprises several hamlets: Jack's Green, Longridge, Cockshoot and Sheepscombe itself. Renowned for it's unique cricket pitch, it has a church, a school, a pub and a lovely village hall, where a wide variety of social events are focussed. And there is a History Society with photos and family history. Click on any link to find out more.
The surrounding woodland and countryside provides wonderful walking opportunities through this area of outstanding natural beauty. This website is a resource for residents and visitors. If you have taken any photos around Sheepscombe that you would like to share in our photo gallery, please use the contact form for details.
Please note: Sheepscombites are invited to contact us (via the Contact page) with anything you would like to see featured here, or with any corrections or updates to the information provided.