The Long Itchington Educational Foundation (LIEF) is a registered charity (Charity No. 528694) that aims to support young, local people in their education and training. It can trace its history and the source of its funds back to the Will of John Bosworth in 1674 that established the Bosworth Educational Foundation. LIEF now also incorporates the Elizabeth and Edmund Tompkins Foundations of 1825 and, more recently, the ‘School Foundation’.
War Memorial Group
A group (led by Dave Berry) has been formed to explore whether Long Itchington should have its own dedicated war memorial to formally commemorate the 43 men from the parish who gave their lives fighting in two world wars.
Meetings are being held at the Green Man – dates and times can be found in the latest edition of the LI Diary. Please come along if you want to be involved.
A Facebook page is coming soon to keep you informed of the project as it progresses – including any fundraising events.
Long Itchington Women’s Institute is a group of 50 women from this, and surrounding villages, who meet for talks, outings, classes, lunches etc. The meetings are held on the third Wednesday of every month at The Community Centre, Stockton Road, at 7.30 pm.
New members are always welcome and visitors can attend the meeting to get an understanding of what we do. Notices about the meetings are posted on the village notice boards and mentioned in the village news sheet (the LI Diary).