Scarecrow Trail 2018

Sleeping Beauty Scarecrow

Thanks to Chopwell Scouts for organising Chopwell’s first ever Scarecrow Trail. It was a great day, enjoyed by all! Fantastic efforts by the residents of Chopwell. Wonder what next years theme will be?!

Brighten Up Chopwell

Big Lottery Grant Brilliant news- the Chopwell Regeneration Group have been successful in getting a grant from the Big Lottery for £6,500 to hold a Brighten Up Chopwell month this Autumn. Having consulted with residents through Facebook, public meetings and via the council we know how important the appearance of the village is to our community and … Read more

Chopwell Cycle Hub Feasibility Study July 2018

This feasibility study has been prepared by Aidan Oswell, lecturer in Regeneration at Newcastle University. The paper ‘Developing a Cycling Hub for Chopwell’ sets out the realistic opportunities for Chopwell arising from cycling and considers in particular the Chopwell Hotel and what could happen there. The ideas in the paper work well with The Chopwell … Read more

Minutes of Meeting – 22nd May 2018

Chopwell Regeneration Group – Minutes of Meeting Held 22nd May 2018 at 7:30 pm in The Gaffers 40 people attended Since last meeting Jodie spoke about what has happened since last meeting – the events included the Play to commemorate 100 years since WW1 – Barbara did an excellent job. There was an exhibition at … Read more

June Update

Chopwell Newsletter The latest edition of the Chopwell newsletter is on its way through you letter box. Full distribution will take a few days. If you have not got your copy by Thursday let us know. The Hotel The hotel has changed hands again last week and we do not know the intentions of the … Read more

March Update

Chopwell Regeneration Group Next meeting is 7:30pm Tuesday 22nd May at The Gaffers (Chopwell Officials Club, Ramsay Road) Do you have a problem with a landlord? If you have a problem with your landlord, please let us know at and we will help to communicate with the council. Neighbourhood Watch Scheme The neighbourhood watch … Read more