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 31st May 2020
COVID-19 message from Cowbit village stores
Our policy of having only 1 customers in at one time is working really well, thank you. Thank you also for being sensible and standing a minimum of 2m apart when waiting outside.
We would like to ask however to try to reduce the frequency of your visits to the shop. Please try not to come to the shop every single day, or even more than once a day. By reducing our social contact in the shop with each other, we will reduce the risk of spreading this awful virus.
Can we also please remind everyone that our closing hours are 6:30pm now. We will be closing Mon-Sat at 6:30pm sharp.
Thank you all so much for your understanding at this time.
Stay safe everyone
-Cowbit village team
Cowbit Village Hall
In line with recent events all our activities at the Cowbit Village Hall will be suspended; this includes any committee meetings, Post Office, events & bingo. All regular groups have been asked to stop meeting until further notice.
Just a reminder that the play park is out of bounds in line with Government instructions. If you visit the park to exercise please do not allow your children on the equipment.
Open Day 2020
Thank you for everyone attending the open day on Saturday 25th January including everyone that contributed to photographs and old memorabilia and the art group that
put on great display.
Special thanks to Sir John Hayes for visiting and supporting our Village Hall.
There was also a display from the Crowland Buffalo local group of people remembering the events of the 1974 floods.
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