Coffee Mornings in South Northamptonshire

Coffee Mornings in South Northamptonshire

This is a list of the coffee mornings that I’m aware of in South Northants.

Ashton, St Michael's Church, third Saturday of the month, 1030-1200. Book stall, home-grown fruit and vegetables (seasonally). Read more

Blisworth, Baptist Chapel, every Tuesday 1000-1230. Hot drinks and homemade cakes. Carers' support present on third Tuesday of the month. Read more

Castle Ashby, The Buttery, last Thursday of the month, 1030-1200. Read more

Chacombe, Methodist Chapel, Wesley Lane, every other Friday 1030-1200. Read more

Cosgrove, For venue please check the Village website, first Thursday of each month 1030-1200. Read more

Croughton, Reading Rooms, every Tuesday 0900-1100. Coffee, teas, homemade cakes and weekly raffle. Dog friendly. Read more

Culworth, Village Hall, second Tuesday of the month, 1000-1200. Village walks starting from the Village Hall, first Tuesday of the month. Read more

Denton, Church of St Margaret, every Friday 1000-1200. Hot drinks, hot toast and croissants. Read more

Duston, United Reform Church, every Friday 1000-1200. Coffee and homemade cakes. Read more

Farthinghoe, St Michael & All Angels Church, second Friday of each month 1000-1115. Cake and chat.

Grange Park, Kairos Centre, every weekday except Tuesday, 0930-1230. Read more

Great Houghton, Village Hall, second Friday of each month, 1030-1200. Read more

Hackleton, Village Hall until renovations to Carey Baptist Church are complete, every Tuesday 1030-1200. "Laugh, Eat, Chat". Read more

Helmdon, Village Café, every Tuesday 1000-1200. Fresh coffee, tea and cakes. Read more

Kings Sutton, Millennium Hall, Mondays and Fridays, 1000-1230. Fridays include visits from the Kings Sutton Walkers, the vicar, parish councillors and local police officers. As much coffee as you want, plus biscuits, for £1. Read more

Potterspury, Village Hall, every Monday, 1000-1200. Coffee, homemade cakes and chat, as well as craft activities. All donations go to work in Kenyan villages. Read more

Roade, St Mary's Church Hall, first Monday of each month, 1000-1200. Hot drinks and homemade cakes; local homemade jams and preserves on sale. Regular visits from Village Networks and professional organisations such as Happy at Home, Age UK and Community Law. Read more

Silverstone, Methodist Church, every second Thursday of each month, 1000-1200. Homemade cakes and coffees on sale. Followed by soup and puddings from 1200-1400. All proceeds go back into community groups and projects. Read more

Silverstone, Silverstone Chapel, first Friday of each month, 1230-1430. Chips, Chaps and Chats group aimed at bringing men together (women also welcome!). The Fish Van serves fish and chips for £5, the Chapel provides hot drinks, bread and butter and sauces. Contact Ruth and Mark Tyson on 01327 857065 if interested. Read more

Syresham, Village Hall, every Thursday 1030-1230. Hot drinks and homemade cakes, eggs for sale. Second hand books. Read more

Upper Boddington, Village Hall, every Friday 1000-1200 at the same time as the Post Office. Hot drinks and cake (£1 each!). Read more

Wappenham, Village Hall, first Wednesday of the month 1000-1200. Opportunities to meet and socialise. Surplus charges donated to The Hope Centre and the PSP Association. Read more

Whittlebury, Reading Rooms, every Friday 1000-1200. Intergenerational coffee morning, all welcome. Homemade cakes, hot drinks. Toys for children and eggs for sale.

Yardley Gobion, St Leonards Church, third Saturday of the month 1030-1200. Coffee, tea, cake and chat, all welcome. Second hand book stall. Read more

Yardley Hastings, United Reform Church, every Thursday 1030-1200. Read more