Clubs and Societies

Kingswood and Lapworth WI – For community and companionship join the WI.  New members always welcome.  Meetings every second Thursday of the month at 7.30pm in Lapworth Village Hall.  Just turn up or email or

Knowle and Dorridge Lions – Organise three annual events, the Knowle Fun Run, Lions Festive Walk and Heart of England Bike Ride, raising funds for nominated charities whilst retaining a proportion for local causes.

Lapworth Cricket Club – Support your local cricket club, visit the delightful Melson Memorial ground where new members of all ages will be made very welcome.

Lapworth Elderberries – Lapworth Elderberries meet on Tuesday afternoons between 2.00pm and 4.00pm at Lapworth Village Hall.  A friendly group of ladies and gentlemen, young and not so young, who get together for a cup of tea and a biscuit, meet old friends, make new friends, and spend a couple of hours in good company.

Lapworth Film Club – Lapworth Film Club is on the last Monday of the month from September to April (excluding December) at 7.15pm for 7.45pm at Lapworth Village Hall.  There is a bar and the £5 taken at the door includes free refreshments at the interval.  Besides showing films carefully chosen by a small committee, the evening provides an occasion for people to meet where they might not meet otherwise.

Lapworth Ladies Supper Club – Lapworth Ladies meet on the first Wednesday of the month (October to March) at various local venues for a meal followed by a talk from a wide variety of speakers.

Lapworth Players – Founded in 1968 with the objectives of providing Lapworth and district with a little theatre and providing a forum for promoting interest in drama.


Millennium WayThe Millennium Way is a 100 mile walk in the heart of England, and has also been divided into 44 individual circular walks ranging from 3 and 10 miles in length.

Vicarage Road Allotment Association (Dorridge/Hockley Heath/Lapworth Area – near Packwood Church) – Do you want to grow fruit and vegetables that taste of something? Or are you looking for an outdoors social and  interesting pastime? If you think that the ‘Good Life’ might be for you contact Nick Edkins on 07776 478225 or email

Walking in Warwickshire All the information you need to get walking in beautiful Warwickshire including walks to download and print FREE!


Dorridge  – Dorridge is neither urban nor a village. However, it sits right next to Lapworth and the Warwickshire countryside, with green fields being a short walk from Dorridge centre.

The railway station is on the line between London and Birmingham. Chiltern Railways have created an inter-city route out of the run-down remnants of what had become primarily a goods line.  A London Midland route now terminates in Dorridge (or Leamington Spa), from Birmingham.

Dorridge has a small shopping centre with a wide selection of shops including a good sized supermarket and an independent pharmacy; a village hall; at least three churches; and a number of primary schools. It has a substantial park bordering the countryside. There are also a few small cafe’s, restaurants, a variety of takeaways and three pubs.

Henley in Arden – Henley in Arden is a medieval market town with many buildings of historic interest along its High Street.  Just a 10 minute drive away, there are many shops, restaurants, wine bars and pubs, and of course no trip to Henley is complete without visiting the famous Henley Ice Cream Parlour and Tea Rooms.

Hockley Heath – Hockley Heath is a thriving village community on the border of Lapworth.  There are a range of local shops and services available plus pubs and restaurants, Chinese and Indian take-aways, and a fish and chip shop.


Bus Timetables – Warwickshire County Council have a web page of all bus services in the area, and you can search it for Lapworth bus services.

Citizens Advice – Citizens Advice South Warwickshire has been created through the merger of Stratford upon Avon and District Citizens Advice and Warwick District Citizens Advice.

They offer free, confidential, impartial and independent advice for all members of the South Warwickshire community, including those living in Stratford upon Avon, Leamington Spa, Warwick and the surrounding towns and villages.

Lapworth Surgery – where you can access a wide range of health services.  Lapworth Surgery is located beside the Stratford Canal, close to its junction with the Grand Union Canal.  The Surgery was opened in 1991 to serve the residents of Lapworth and neighbouring villages.  Dr Gareth Rowland and Dr Caron Bates took over the Practice in November 2009.

Police – Warwick Rural West – Crime figures map for Lapworth and the rest of Warwick Rural West.

Additionally, Warwickshire Police have launched a series of help and advice pages and downloadable leaflets in the Contact us section on their website.

This information is there to support members of the public in ‘making the right call’ in the event of something happening and, to make the right call to the right service, first time.

This in turn will reduce the number of calls going in to the Warwickshire Police Communications Centre, meaning that the staff are available for the Grade 1 emergency calls and to reduce the waiting time for anyone calling in on 101.

Please click on the following link to see the information:  Make the Right Call

WRCC Energy – It won’t cost you a penny to save pounds on Kerosene (heating oil) and Red Diesel through the new FREE WRCC Energy membership programme.  You can order as often as you like (order deadlines are the first working day of each month) and still make the same great savings that group purchase brings. Minimum order volume 500 litres.  Encourage your friends and neighbours to join too as larger orders means more savings for everyone!  Order online or if you require further assistance, call 01789 472619.