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Welcome to Church Fenton

Church Fenton is an historic North Yorkshire farming village with a thriving community near to the market towns of Tadcaster and Selby. The location offers the benefits and tranquillity of a rural community, as well as being within easy travelling distance of the commercial and cultural opportunities of the nearby cities of Leeds and York, as well as great places of historical interest and heritage.

Church Fenton has a solid, friendly community spirit, having its own primary school and nursery, Jigsaws day care and out of school club. Church Fenton also has it's own Community Shop, as well as two churches, a popular public house offering food and an Indian restaurant within the mainline railway station.

Village life within Church Fenton has much to offer with football, cricket and bowls clubs, and for children rainbows, brownies, cubs and scouts.

The Village Hall is well used and is a meeting venue for a variety of local community groups and a place for regular evening entertainment.

All in all, there is a lot to enjoy in and about Church Fenton!

Church Fenton News

Following is the latest news regarding the village.

There is currently no news regarding the village. However, if you have something to share, go to the Contact page and let us know.

Forthcoming Events

Over 60’s

2 June

... at Church fenton village hall from 2pm to 4pm.

Over 60’s

7 July

... at Church fenton village hall from 2pm to 4pm.

Council News

Following is the latest news received from the Church Fenton Parish Council. For more detailed information regarding the Parish Council just check out the Parish Council web page.

Parish Council AGM - Annual Parish & Annual Council Meeting

Due to Covid19 primary legislation and govt regulations, we are now presented with a very specific and short "window" where we can hold the AGM. To this end, the meeting will now take place on Thursday 20th May 2021 at 7pm. Due to the regulations, we have to hold this meeting face to face for Council members. The meeting will have to be via remote methods for members of the public. We are hoping that we can find a venue with capacity to invite some members of the public once a Covid secure Risk Assessment has been carried out. As soon as we have more information, we will be able to confirm the arrangements.