Events

Covington Fireworks – 3rd November

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The annual Covington Fireworks evening is on Saturday 3rd November. We will meet at the Village Hall at 6.15pm, ready to proceed to the bonfire in Manor Field. Join us for some spectacular fireworks, followed by soup, hot-dogs and a bar afterwards in the Village Hall. For tickets, please contact Jonathan Baker directly, or via […]

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Cards for Every Occasion

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One of our Covington residents has started a small ‘hobby business’ selling greetings cards featuring her photography. The cards reflect Sarah’s love of nature, especially flowers; there are cards featuring peonies (Sarah’s favourite flower) clematis and roses as well as a series of cards featuring fruits and a series reflecting Sarah’s love of the sea. […]

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Covington Photo

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We are looking for some images of Covington, UK to use on our website homepage. Do you have an image we could use? Or if not, would you like to be creative and take some photos which we could potentially select? If so, we are looking for photos which capture the essence of Covington; it could be an aerial view of […]

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Covington History Group AGM – 24 September

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The Covington History Group will be holding its AGM on Monday 24th September at 7.30pm in the Covington Village Hall. The group will review last year’s activities and plan some interesting events for the coming year. All Covington residents are very welcome to attend!

Book Group

Books we will discuss at our July 2nd meeting

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The next book group meeting will be Monday June 4th in the village hall. When we will discuss the books we have been reading in June. For June the Covington Book Group members have had a choice of two books for their reading pleasure. Either Barkskins by Annie Proulx or Black Water Lilies by Michel […]

Book Group

What we thought of the books we read in May

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Crow Girl by Erik Axl Sund. Only a few of the group had read this book, some had started but not finished due to the harrowing nature of the subject matter. This who did read it in general did not enjoy the book, simply due to the subject matter and the graphic descriptions of horrific […]