Welcome to Frisby on the Wreake

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

News & Forthcoming Events

  • Link to Frisby Future Facebook Page
    Frisby Facebook page that began as a way of keeping residents in touch with the Neighbourhood Plan progress, but also to advertise village events 
  • Link to Frisby Neighbourhood Plan website
    Frisby is in the process of developing a Neighbourhood Plan and this explains the process and lists all the relevant documents, such as developers' plans and minutes of meetings.
     
  • Frisby Village Hall Committee
    50/50 Auction
    Saturday 6th May 10am onwards
    (
    bring items on Friday 5 May
    between 6.30 and  8.30pm
    or Saturday 5 May between 8.30 and 9.30am)
    Details: phone Di Widdowson 434571

  • Tim Fisher Artist workshops in Frisby Village Hall (from 10.00 to 4.00)
    Wed 3 May - Intuitive colour and tonal sketching techniques
    Sunday 7 May  -Steps to successful line & wash painting
    Wednesday 10 May - Acrylic and Mixed Media beyond the basics
    Friday 12 May - Expressing colour and light in pastel
    Email Tim on
    timothyfisher@tiscali.co.uk
     
  • Frisby Flower Club
    Tuesday 16th May from 7.30pm
    with Beverley Artis from Long Eaton
    "Name that tune"

  • Saturday Night Live
    "Borderline Crossing"
    Saturday 20th May at 7.30pm
    Frisby Village Hall
    Acoustic Music to get your feet tapping
    Tickets 15 at the door, 12 in advance
    Email
    montysmusic@gmail.com
    or phone John @ 07703 648007

     


The Bell Inn

Market Cross
 

Frisby on the Wreake is a small village on the Upper Wreake Valley off the main A607 road four miles west of  Melton Mowbray in Leicestershire.
 

It has around 600 inhabitants and consists of 240 homes, a Primary School, a Church of England Church, a Methodist Chapel, Village Hall, a Village Shop and Post Office and a Public House called The Bell. 
 

It is an attractive and pleasant village, parts dating back to mediaeval  times. It still retains many of the best attributes of English village life. The community is thriving despite its small size, sustaining a range of  activities and social groups surprising in its diversity and number.

If you visit this site and would like to know have more details on any  subject or have any questions relating to the village or its inhabitants, please contact us by
e-mail . We will try to answer your queries or put you in touch with someone who can.

 

 

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