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 18th July 2021

Fun on the Field

Sat 21st Aug 2021, from 3pm



The Cowbit Social Committee are running the first Fun on the Field since 2019; We are looking forward to the village getting together again starting from 3pm the afternoon will have: beer tent, food, kids races', car show, entertainment, stalls, and funfair, we also have 3 great bands in the evening starting at 6.30 with a licensed bar.

Cowbit Scarecrow Festival
On Sat 21st/ Sun 22nd Aug 2021
Theme of your choice 
£35 win a prize money & run up two bottles of bubbly; simply pick up and entry form at the village store, cost £2
Thanks to Andy and Rebecca Pearce we have a donation of straw from W.A. Pearce farmers, Moulton Chapel,  If anyone wants any straw to use, then contact Claire at Colins store


















10th anniversary of Cowbit FB


June 24th marks the 10th anniversary of the Cowbit Facebook group originally under a different name; it was set up as a support group for residents to organise fundraising for the following year's Golden Jubilee in 2012.
At the time it was only considered to be temporary for a one-off event and after it was completed would be deleted, we didn’t even use a website for the village.

By the time we held the Jubilee, social media had grown even more and the group had grown in members to over 200 and proved very useful at getting the message out to people very quickly. 

The following year we found we needed a second Facebook group to deal with all the commercial requests for businesses we were getting and swamping the posts of community information and questions.

The Facebook group now has 1.9K members; not all residents but the vast majority are connected to the village and is supported by a team of 5 admin members that look after the membership and make sure the rules are being followed.
10 years after and a year through Covid it has proven itself to be a valuable resource in a virtual world where online teaching and working is commonplace;  and who knows what it will look like in the next 10 years. 
Happy 10th Birthday CowbitVillage Facebook group 



Mon 19th Jul we are open to party

The Cowbit Village Hall is looking forward to welcoming people for their celebrations when we enter step 4 planned for July 19th, 2021. 
We have made some changes to keep the hall Covid safe and will give a full refund if the event has to be cancelled due to any new Covid restrictions.

To make a booking contact Darren on 01406 821836, 


or visit our website 

Due to the delay in the government lockdown we have had to postpone the first bingo until Friday 8th Oct 7.30pm
(If we are in Step 4 as planned) 
welcome all new and old to the hall, doors open at 6.30.



Celebrating Village Hall week


Cowbit Village hall celebrated Village Hall week in January by having our outdoor storage lodge built. This will be used by the Cowbit School, Cowbit Tiny Tots, the village hall, & community. Donations was given to us by lotto funding, Cowbit Parish council , Village Hall and SHDC councillors (Cllrs. Anthony Casson, Andrew Woolf & Rodney Grocock) charity budget.

It was installed by Hallgate Timber of Long Sutton

The storage is part of the bigger project to improve the outdoor facilities at the Village Hall; it started last year with the construction of 2 disabled parking bays, re-gravel the car park, installing new drainage and a base for the new lodge.

Val Day RIP


It is with deep regret to hear that Val Day pass away this month.
Val was very much part of the community; in fact she was the community; and my predecessor as chairperson of the Village Hall Hall.
Val did much more; she helped with reading at the local Cowbit school, ran the Dun Cow Pub with her husband Brian and was on the committee to save it from being bulldozed.
She was elected chairperson to the Village Hall, started up brownies and ran the bingo there for 10years.
She was involved with the playing field committee and was a big supporter at St Mary’s Church, was on the PCC and did a lot of fundraising and supported many of their events
Val's family apologise for the family only funeral, due to covid restrictions, but there will be a memorial service for her next year when everyone will be welcome.




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