Cowbit village is a small and tight-knit community, having a population of around 1220 people. Cowbit has its own local school, shop and garage and is perfectly placed in a rural setting, being only 2 miles from Spalding and 16 miles from Peterborough.


Please use this site to gain information on local news, events, local businesses, clubs and societies in Cowbit village, and if you would like to promote your own local charity, business or event, please do contact us, so that we can help you make it a success.


Finally, we invite you to look at our photo gallery which gives you a flavour of our truly remarkable village, both past and present. If you have photos you would like to contribute to the site, please contact us.

Cowbit Village Website - LAST UPDATE 15th July 2014

New chairs

Cowbit Village Hall took delivery of 100 new chairs this week.  Each chair has a cushioned seat and back and is easy to wipe clean. The new chairs will replace old hard plastic ones which, besides being less comfortable to sit in for long periods, have reached the end of their useful lives.

Half the funding for the new chairs was provided by Cowbit's three South Holland District Council ward councillors from the discretionary ward funding budget fund with the remainder coming from profits from the long-running Cowbit Village Hall Draw. This, besides raising funds for hall projects such as new chairs, gives participanys the chance to win two £20 monthly prizes plus a grand £200 christmas draw prize,..

Darren Harper, chairman of the Village Hall Committee, said “We are extremely grateful to Cllrs Casson, Woolf and Grocock for their support and, of course, to  the village draw members who have helped us replaced the old dirty chairs to nice new ones. These will make a huge difference to everyone using the hall, and make the hall a much more attractive venue for functions of all kinds including parties and weddings." 

Village Voice


From Alison Combes, Editor of Village Voice Community Magazine


All Saints Moulton and St James Moulton Chapel have now joined with St Mary’s Whaplode and St John’s Holbeach Fen to form a new benefice, known as the Elloe Stone Parishes, and have therefore moved from the deanery of Elloe West to Elloe East. In line with this move, I feel that the time is now right to change the area covered by our local magazine, The Village Voice, and I am supported in this by the PCCs concerned and Revd Rosamund, Rural Dean of Elloe East, and Revd Julie Timings, vicar of the Elloe Stone parishes.


With effect from the February 2015 edition, the magazine will no longer be able to cover the villages of Cowbit, Weston and Weston Hills but will instead include Holbeach St John’s, Saracen’s Head, Whaplode and Whaplode St Catherine’s, along with the existing villages of Moulton, Moulton Chapel and Moulton Seas End. I want to give you all plenty of time to adapt and feel it is sensible to continue as we are to the end of the year. The final issue of the magazine as it is now will therefore cover December 2014/January 2015 as a double edition.



Little warriors ,


Little warriors kickboxing starts on Friday 1st August at Cowbit village hall.


Age 5yrs to 12yrs. 5.15pm to 6.15pm. £3.50 a lesson . First night free .Learn martial arts in a fun and friendly atmosphere. Channeling your energy into positive exercise. 

Instructors Sally Maddison . CRB checked, Own Insurance and First Aid registered. 



Cowbit school fete 

Big thanks to everyone who came and supported Cowbit school fete, we raised over £600!

Coffee Morning

It's Macmillan's biggest fundraising event, Enjoy a cup of coffee and a selection of cakes with us at Cowbit Village Hall from 11am to 3pm on Friday 5th Sept, we are running this a few weeks earlier this year.


Donations for cakes welcome, Contact Kay 380266 for more information

Rainbows and Brownies

Thank you to all the people that donated Sainsburys Vouchers at the hall to the Rainbows and Brownies. We will be ordering some new equipment soon. If anyone has girls aged 5-7 who are interested in joining Rainbows or age 7-9 Brownies, please go onto the Girlguiding website and add their details on the join us page. If they are under 5 it is also recommended that you add the details to go on the waiting list as we are full at the moment. Thanks again.

The Village Postcard Project


This summer, community artist Jo Wheeler will be exploring the identity of Pinchbeck, Whaplode, Moulton and Cowbit as part of Transporter’s Creative Consultation. She’ll spend time talking with local people about their village – finding out about the folklore, economy, history, landscape, architecture, geology, wildlife and characters that make each place unique.

Jo will then drew on these conversations using photography to create a series of six postcards for the village, selected with the community, to reflect and celebrate each location.

Jo is also keen to use the local buses and shelters as spaces to exhibit the images. Visit to follow the project and contribute to the conversation by sharing your thoughts and ideas.

Please be aware that Market Homes have now submitted a new Planning Application ref


This application is more or less identical to the initial application and we hope that as with their first attempt to get planning for the 9 houses on the Dun Cow site, you will all make your objections known to SHDC Planning Department. Please resubmit your original objections with any additional information you see fit. Let's continue to stick together as a community and fight Market Homes on their application

The SHDC Planning Department will now accept objections to this planning application up until 29th July 2014


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