Offchurch Welcome Pack

We now have the Offchurch Welcome Pack available to all new residents, which will be personally delivered by a neighbour within a few days of your moving-in.

This, we hope, comprehensive loose-leaf binder holds a wealth of information to help new arrivals find their way around more quickly and easily.

3 thoughts on “Offchurch Welcome Pack”

  1. In response to a question about Railway Cottages in 2017. I purchased one of the Railway Bridge Cottages in 2003. Later my lawyer was clearing out old documents due to everything going on line and sent me a package with interesting documents about my house and a parcel of land and buildings from the Offchurch estate. I then visited the Warwick Offices and found they held plans for the building of the several similar blocks of cottages on the Offchurch estate in the 1920’s with government support (I suppose the Homes for Heroes). There are at least four blocks with some variants. Two on the road to Cubbington, New Cottages, Railway Bridge Cottages and Springhill Cottages on the Fosse way.

  2. Hi Lisa – the village hall playground is certainly public and I would recommend subscribing to Offchurch News (try emailing news@offchurch.org.uk) as the best way to keep a handle on the various groups.

  3. Hello there
    We have recently moved to offchurch, we are not new to the area having lived previously in radford Semele but we are interested to know about any community events or groups and any facilities for children such as whether the park area is for public use. Thank you

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