There has been a lot happening in Marton this September, so it is just as well that the weather has prolonged the summer to suit the outdoor activities. It all started on the first weekend with the Scarecrow Trail, based on the product of two workshops run by Sarah Coe. The village had scarecrows on almost every corner which made for a spooky site come dusk. In the afternoon the MPFA had organised rounders gameson the playing fields accompanied by a bar and barbecue refreshments.
Please follow this link to download the Marton Emergency Plan.
For the History of Marton see this page
Marton Village Hall Facilities
Hire rates per hour: £10 for villagers, £14 for non-villagers
For bookings contact Cate Cooke on 01926 633788 or
cooke.cate -at- gmail.com or email martonvillagehall -at- live.co.uk
Large, well lit, comfortable hall with rear patio and meadow/river views.Facilities: Spacious fully equipped kitchen with large catering oven, fridge, microwave, dishwasher, hot water urn, crockery and cutlery for 80
14 small tables (approx 1m x 1m); 5 large tables (approx 2m x 1m); 100 chairs
Capacity: 100 seated, 120 standing
Marton’s Village Design Statement was published in January 2011 and was distributed around the village at that time.
If you have recently arrived in the village please email martonparishcouncil -at- martonvillage.com for a copy.