Mutual Aid-Minibus Society


During the pandemic the Parish council/Minibus society and Village Fund established the Mutual Aid Organisation to provide hep for those in need around the villages. This was undertaken by volunteers from the Minibus Society, and further volunteers using their own transport.

This continues and is currently providing a number of things.

Minibus trips

Most days there are trips from the villages to various destinations. At the end of this page are details of the trips for September together with the phone number of the organiser of each trip if you wish to go.

Hospital Scheme

If you have a hospital appointment which you are finding difficulty in needing transport there are some volunteers who may be able to help.

Medication deliveries

If you have a problem accessing Pudding Pie Surgery for your medication then it may be possible to sort this for you.

Vaccination transport

We have been helping with trips to the surgery at Pudding Pie Lane for vaccinations


If you want to help with volunteering for any of the above or need any help yourself then please ring Trevor on 01934 852589


The Village Fund is a dedicated group of people of all ages that live in the villages of Langford and Churchill. We organise local social events including: The Summer Fete, Quiz Nights, Race Nights, Casino Nights and many more. We bring the community together to have fun!

All profits go straight back to support our village organisations with donations in recent years to: Messy Church, The Football Club, Guides, The Cricket Club, The Minibus Society, Primary and Pre-schools, The Fencing Club, The Skittles Club

Next Event - Family BBQ and Get Together - Saturday 11th September from 3pm at the Churchill Community Club and Recreation Ground

If you belong to any community organisation in Churchill or Langford that could do with some financial help then please contact Ian Beadle (

Your contact for the Minibus Society is Trevor Smallwood (Chairman)

Tel: 01934 852589

November Trip Timetable

The society is grateful for the support of Churchill and Langford and it's residents.