Community

Community information for the residents of the Offords.

Offord Primary School
Millers Close
Offord Darcy
Cambridgeshire
PE19 5SB

Headteacher: Mrs Kate Ruddock
We are a small, community-focused school catering for up to 135 children aged between 4 and 11 years.
The school is part of The Cam Academy Trust.
We pride ourselves in delivering a broad curriculum that aims to provide our children with the skills and enthusiasm they will need to become lifelong learners. We take part in community activities and are proud of the special partnership we have between home and school that we strive for and value so much at our small village primary school.
Please contact us:
Website: www.offordprimaryschool.org Email: Telephone: 01480 810308

Chair of Governors: Mrs Liz Simpkin

Contact:

Chair – Claire Faux
Vice-Chair – Bonny Fountain
Treasurer – Charmane Collingwood
Secretary – Hannah Johnson

We appoint Class Reps each year at our AGM. These people will pass information from OPTA meetings to parents in their classes, as well as help seek any volunteers for events or wherever help is needed.

Wrens – Hannah Johnson
Robins – Sarah Cutworth and Debbie Fish
Hawks – Nikki Mitchell & Claire Faux
Kingfishers – Charmane Collingwood

Contact: 

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St Peter’s is the Grade 1 Listed church at the end of a long drive in Offord D’Arcy. It has the four styles of English church architecture, dating back to Norman times, several notable monuments and brasses. The church was made redundant in 1978 and its care vested in the Churches Conservation Trust.
The Friends of St Peter’s was formed in 2007 after a couple of successful Art and Music festivals had been held in the church. We aim to use the church for community events, concerts, exhibitions, craft fairs and open days.
It remains a consecrated building. We’re allowed to have a maximum of five church services there each year. In practice we generally have one or two in the warmer months and a carols by candlelight in December.
Further information can be obtained by visiting the CCT website: https://www.visitchurches.org.uk/visit/church-listing/st-peter-offord-darcy.html

Hardy volunteers braving the elements on 5th December 2021 to plants trees on the Millennium Green, for the Queen's Green Canopy Project