Ravenstone Fete was on Sunday 7th June 2015

It was a lovely day and lots of visitors had fun in the beautiful grounds of Ravenstone House.




A Charity Event on behalf of Macmillan Nurses was held at Gayhurst Church in June.The author of 'Viper Wine' was talking about her book set in 17th Century Gayhurst House and concerned a mysterious death!
Thanks to all who supported the event.



The Church now has a lovely new kitchen,
and so we can all have a look (and maybe meet with friends for a chat at the same time), there is a coffee morning at 10.30 on the first Monday of each month, (except Bank Holidays).

The next few dates are:-
5th October, 2nd November and 7th December 2015.

Put them in your diary, take a break from the Monday morning chores and catch up with friends or maybe meet some new ones.
Spread the word and help to make it a big success.
See you all there.


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The annual carol service was held in Ravenstone Church on 21st December at 5pm.
The choir and congregation were in good voice and all enjoyed meeting up with friends afterwards, for a seasonal chat over a mince pie and glass of mulled wine

Carol Singing

We are trying to get a faster Broadband connection for our area, so if you would like to join the campaign follow the link and register.

"You can help spread the word to your staff, clients and contacts based
in Buckinghamshire. The more people who register, the more likely it is
broadband providers will supply your street with a superfast connection.
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The Gate Group of parishes which includes Ravenstone, Stoke Goldington, Weston Underwood and Gayhurst, adjoins Olney on the west, is bounded on the north by Northamptonshire and on the south by the river Ouse. It has a population of about 220 and almost 100 houses.

The Village is 3 miles from Olney, 5 miles from Newport Pagnell and 12 - 15 miles from Northampton, Milton Keynes and Bedford.

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There is evidence that a community was present as early as the 11th Century. The Church Tower was built in 1250 and was probably built to serve that community. An Augustinian Priory was founded about the same time.

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In 1940 there were 9 farms, a Unionist Chapel, a village store/post office, a blacksmith, 2 pubs and the Church. Only the farms and the Church remain today


© Audrey Edwards 2005 Last updated 19/09/2015