Village Organisations & Clubs

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A fun filled & friendly introduction to foreign language for toddlers and pre-school children (aged 1 – 4 years) through catchy songs and rhymes, fun games, puppets, stickers, stories, beanbags and balls. Sessions run by Claire Hill. I am a qualified and experienced languages teacher (with enhanced DBS check) and a mum! Classes start from 28th September and are term time only.   All classes week commencing  28th September are free. Classes held at Caton, Halton, Bolton-le-Sands, Wray and Quernmore.

Phone Number: 01524 37034
Phone Number 2: 07922562643
Owner Name: Claire Hill
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Fancy taking up a new sport, or maybe reconnecting after time out from playing?

We are a friendly club who have been established for over 50 years and have now secured the gym hall at Our Ladies College, Morecambe Road, Lancaster as our new venue for 2019.  We will have 4 courts to ensure plenty of games on club nights.

Our season starts again on Tuesday 3 September from 7.30pm – 9.30pm.  Whether you are interested in playing for our match teams, or just want to play regularly on a weekly basis, why not ring Glenys for more information or simply join us on a Tuesday night to try us out.    The first session is free, so there’s nothing to lose!

Looking forward to seeing you soon.

Glenys Knowles – Secretary – Brookhouse Badminton Club

Phone Number: 01524 771598
Phone Number 2: 0795 275 3047
Owner Name: Glenys Knowles

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Brookhouse Road
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We extend to you a very warm and gracious welcome from the Brookhouse church family.  We believe there is nowhere like the local church when God’s presence is anticipated, celebrated and experienced.

Our Vision is to create a church environment where people are cherished, celebrated, equipped, and empowered to live extraordinary lives.

Our mission at BMC is God centred worship, purpose driven discipleship, people empowering ministries, caring fellowship, and reaching the lost for Jesus.

We invite you to take time to explore this website to find out more about our ministries, and how we might serve and help you to pursue God’s purpose for your life.

We extend to you an invitation to join us for our Sunday services or midweek events where we promise you will receive a warm welcome.


10:45am – Morning Service and Junior Church
7:00pm – Evening Service

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Committee: Glenn Stevens, Treasurer;  Benita Smith, Secretary;   Audrey Croft,  Chair. .

Phone Number: 771943
Owner Name: Benita Smith
Address: C/O Victoria Institure
Brookhouse Road, Caton,
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The Caton and Brookhouse Gardening Club was founded, way back in 1882, with the rather grand sounding name of The Caton and District Floral and Horticultural Society, in order to foster an interest in horticulture and to provide a community of interest in the district.

In the early days it had a full committe of very knowledgeable people and  flourished as a genuine ‘Horticultural Society’, the centrepiece of it’s annual calendar being a full blown ‘mini Chelsea’ Show.

Unfortunately, over the last decade or so of 20th century, the experienced members of the committee were becoming very thin on the ground and those who were left were ‘slowing down’, as happens to all of us as we age, so staging the show was becoming more and more difficult. At the same time the Society experienced difficulties recruiting people on to the commitee, and, sadly, it slowly started to die. Despite the efforts of Chairman Moyra Loads (wife of the late Fred Loads, one time committee member of the Society), for a short time, the Society was virtually dormant.

In 1998, Moyra’s efforts to resurrect the Society finally bore fruit. The members of the old committee handed over to a new band of people who, while they were enthusiastic, lacked the skills of the old guard. Consequently, while the Society’s official title is still The Caton and District Floral and Horticultural Society, it now operates in a much less formal way and, since 2004, under the less intimidating name of The Caton and Brookhouse Gardening Club. George Woodend became chairman and Moyra Loads was awarded life membership.

The Caton and Brookhouse Gardening Club has settled down and is thriving on a fairly fixed annual programme of events, most of which are held in the Victoria Institue in Caton at 7:30pm on the second Thursday in any month. In addition to the annual programme, committee members maintain the planters, millenium trees and the seat outside the old library.

Annual membership costs the extortionate amount of £3.50! This is payable at the AGM which is held on the second Thursday in April and starts our year which looks something like this:

Sees us holding our annual Plant Sale and Coffee Morning – usually on the first or second Saturday morning. We buy in plants from a local nursery and, with just a modest mark up, sell them on. This provides a service for the local community and helps us to stock our coffers which cannot manage with just a £3.50 annual subscription. We also sell plants donated by both our members and generous members of the public and, for the entry fee of £1.00 we provide tea/coffee/juice and some posh biscuits.
From 2016 we have expanded our Plant Sale to make it more of a Spring Fair. We now include, in addition to the plants, tables for various village organisations / schools / ‘craftspeople’ / people to advertise their presence and/or sell whatever they want to sell. We don’t try to make a profit from them as we want to create a convivial village atmosphere: ‘A Nice Morning out at the Victoria Institute’. However, we do have to cover the cost of the tables and, to date, the cost of a table has usually been around £4.50 for the morning. So. if you want a table at our next Nice Morning Out at the Victoria Insitiute, please contact our secretary.
On the second Thursday in June we have an Evening Trip to a garden in the area. The evening trip gardens are often, but not always, gardens from the Yellow Book. The Evening Trip usually involves our members in a tea drinking and cake eating activity as well as that of wandering round someone’s garden oooohing and aaaaahing and getting ideas for our own.
Every four years or so we organise the Caton and Brookhouse Open Gardens event sometime in the last fortnight of June. This event is enjoyed as much by the people who open their gardens as the people who visit the gardens and has always been a success . . . even in the years when the heavens have opened on us! To see a slide show of the 20 gardens opened in June 2018 please click the following link: .
Is the time we host our Mini Harvest Show. This is a very informal affair for members to show off their arts. We have several classes including such things as home grown fruit and veg, some sort of baked item, a piece of craftwork with a floral theme, a flower arrangement, an indoor plant and so on. Entries are anonymous and we developed a democratic system for judging them using a voting system. Each person attending the event has one vote for every class and the winner of a class is that entry polling the most votes. We also dish up tea and posh biscuits and have a good old chin wag while the votes are being counted
Our Speaker Secretaries arrange for varied and interesting speakers to come to the Victoria Institute to speak to us and October sees our first ‘Speaker Evening’ of the year, accompanied, of course, by the ubiquitous tea and posh biscuits.
In November we do not invite a speaker; we have a Gardening DVD Night. This saves speaker fees and actually makes for a very pleasant occasion accompanied, of course, by, you guessed it, tea and posh biscuits.
In December we have a break from speakers and used to hold a Social Evening where we have a bit of fun. But this is not accompanied by tea and biscuits, this is accompanied by wine and nibbles.
As from 2019 our ‘Social Evening’ is being morphed into a members’ question and answer evening. This is an event where we all sit round the room guzzling mince pies and drinking tea and where a member can ask a question on a problematic gardenening issue and, hopefully, receive an answer from another memeber who has already experienced and soved the issue. Watch this space.
Our members are usually so busy in December that we hold our annual Festive Meal in January at some local hostelry. We usually have some sort of quiz and prize to add a bit of interest as most of us are a bit jaded by the time Christmas and New Year are over!
Sees our second Speaker Evening, accompanied, of course, by tea and posh biscuits.
Sees our third and final Speaker Evening. Guess what accompanies it? Correct 🙂

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The Annual General Meeting that starts off the following year accompanied by, no, not tea and posh biscuits, but wine and nibbles.

Entry to speaker evenings for members costs just £1.00. We have between 50 and 60 members though would welcome new members at any time of year.

Non members are welcome to our speaker evenings but for a charge of £2:00.

Oh, and incidentally, membership of the Caton and Brookhouse Gardening Club entitles a member to 10% discount at WCF in Claughton and Bay View Garden Centre in Bolton-le-Sands but . . .  hold your horses . . . only on producing a current membership card and satisfactory identification.

Phone Number: 07796550248
Owner Name: Mr Graham Ransom
Caton Baby and Toddler Group
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Caton Baby and Toddler Group provides a relaxed and friendly meeting place for parents and carers with babies and small children.  It is a welcome time in the week, a chance to relax and chat together while our children play. What we offer is friendship and support, with learning and fun!

We meet every Tuesday morning (term time) between 10.00 and 11.30 am in the Victoria Institute, Brookhouse Road, Caton.  Babies and pre-school children with an accompanying adult are very welcome. There is plenty of space for running around, and a range of good quality toys – that means lots of opportunities to free-play, use different equipment, and interact with other children.  There are regular activities too, such as our child-led sing-along, and everyone gets a drink and healthy snack.

We make a small charge every week, and there is a reduction available for those who prefer to pay in advance for a whole term.  The drop-in price is £2, and this includes refreshments for both children and adults.

As our Group is led by parents and carers, and as we are with our children all the time, there is no need to become registered with OfSTED (Office for Standards in Education).  However, we do have all the required insurance for running a toddler group.

For any queries, please contact Jess on 01524 771390

Phone Number: 01524 771390
Owner Name: Jess
Address: Brookhouse Road
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Our chapel is situated by Artlebeck Bridge, between the two villages of Caton and Brookhouse.  We meet every Sunday at 10.30am for morning service, which we try to make relevant for the needs of all.  Morning service is followed by a brew and a chat, where we get to know each other better.  On Sunday evenings we have usually have a prayer meeting at 6.00pm, followed by a service at 6.30pm, and this can take a variety of forms.

10:30am Morning Service and Sunday School
6:30pm Evening Service

Owner Name: Rev Alan Wadsworth
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Caton Book Group is a small, informal group of people who enjoy reading a wide range of books and talking about them. We normally meet on the first Monday of each month at 8pm at The Station in Caton.

April 2021 John Preston – The Dig

May 2021 Anne Tyler – Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant

June 2021 Simon Winchester –  The Surgeon of Crowthorne

July 2021 Alice Walker – The Color Purple


Phone Number: 01524 770174
Owner Name: Alison Harry
Caton Community Library
Address: Victoria Institute
Brookhouse Road
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The Victoria Institute houses the Community Library. After Lancashire County Council closed the Caton library in 2007, Caton Community Library Trust was established to provide a service for the people of Caton-with-Littledale Parish and the wider Lune Valley. The Victoria Institute took on the running of the Library in 2016 when the Caton Community Library Trust was dissolved. Everyone is welcome to browse and to borrow the books, all of which have been donated and include a good range of favourites and latest bestsellers.

The Community Library is open during the Institute’s normal office hours which are Monday to Friday between 9:30am and 3:00pm. The Library is maintained by Volunteers.

Phone Number: 01524 771733
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Caton Gala is an annual event, held in early June on the Station Field.  It is run by a hard-working committee who meet monthly in The Station.

We would love to welcome new members to the organising committee, if you can assist in any way, please contact Wendy Strickland (07855 590004) or Rosemary Horner (01524 770036). They can, as can all committee members, also be contacted by e-mail at “” or via our Facebook page.

Owner Name: Caton Gala Committee
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We meet in the Thomas Storey Room at the Victoria Institute. We are a friendly group and welcome anyone from surrounding areas near or far, including: Hornby, Brookhouse and Halton.

Just visiting the area? Thinking of moving here? You’re welcome to come and meet us.

Join us on Mondays 10.00-12.00 from September to April.

We have a different speaker every week.

Our annual membership is £5.00 then £1.50 per week, non -members £3 per session that includes tea/coffee & biscuit.

In addition to our weekly talks we also have a Chair based exercise group with Norma (as reported in The Lancaster Guardian). Sessions are held on Mondays 9.00-10.00. Members  who attend report mobility and well-being improved.

Further information call Susan  01524 771862

Phone Number: 01524 771862
Owner Name: Susan
Caton Methodist Church
Address: Brookhouse Road
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A small but very friendly congregation meet at Caton Methodist Church, and you are very welcome to join us on a Sunday Morning at 10:30am and stop for a cup of coffee after the service.

10:30am Morning Service and Junior Church

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LUNE VALLEY OCEAN WAVERS SQUARE DANCE CLUB meets at The Centre@Halton, Low Road, Halton LA2 6NB on Mondays starting at 7-30pm. We are the only club within a 50 mile radius of Halton to offer beginners’ classes and can only accept new dancers for this limited period so don’t miss this opportunity to join in the fun.

Even if you think you can’t dance, give square dancing a go and you’ll be dancing from the very start. There’s no fancy footwork or complicated routines to remember. In fact, if you can walk normally at about marching pace you can Square Dance. The challenge is to learn the moves but our experienced Caller will quickly have you dancing to a variety of music from Country and Western to all-time favourites and modern pop. Learning to square dance opens up a whole new world of fun and friendship. Square dancing is good healthy exercise, mentally stimulating and emotionally uplifting. It promotes overall fitness and cardiac conditioning and burns off calories. Above all, it is great fun – we laugh a lot, which is the best medicine of all. So, come and join us on one or more of the free nights – everyone welcome – couples or singles – two left feet no problem – and you will be dancing straight away. There’s even free tea and biscuits at break time.More information from Peter (01524 771415) or Sheila (01524 411439). Club website:, email:,

Phone Number: 01524 771415
Phone Number 2: 01524 411439
Owner Name: Ocean Wavers
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Tucked away at the end of Ball Lane, Caton, Lunesdale Lawn Tennis Club is a beautifully situated, thriving club in the heart of the Lune Valley.

Lunesdale has excellent facilities and welcomes young or old; beginners, improvers or experienced players.  With three grass courts and two floodlit carpet courts, together with a varied programme, there are plenty of opportunities to play at your level to match your time commitment. We play tennis throughout the winter as well as during the summer.

Whatever your ability, you’ll receive a warm welcome at this friendly Club.

Phone Number: 01524 770054
Address: Station Road
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Holy Mass: Saturday evening at 6pm
Mass on eve of Holy Days at 6pm

Parish Council
Address: 23 Maplewood Avenue
Poulton le Fylde
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The Parish Council works on your behalf. Why not come along to a Parish Council Meeting on the second Tuesday of the month (except August) at 7:15pm in the Victoria Institute.

If you have anything to raise with the Parish Council this can be done at the start of the meeting, in the Open Forum.

Planning applications are considered at Parish Council meetings. Paper copies of applications are not available but can be viewed online the Lancaster City Council website .

The village Emergency Plan is under the tab marked Downloads.  The Parish Council’s Code of Conduct, Financial Regulations and Standing Orders are there too.

Phone Number: 07882 949110
Owner Name: Mrs Gill Mason, Clerk to the Parish Council
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SCOUTS meet Tuesdays in the Scout Hut from 7pm to 8.30pm contact 770134  (Sylvia Myall Scout Leader)

CUBS  meet Wednesday in the Church Hall from 6.30pm to 8pm

BEAVERS meet Tuesday in the Church Hall from 6pm to 7pm

Contact for both Cubs and Beavers is Ian Cruickshank  771969  (Group Scout Leader)

Phone Number: 01524 770134
Phone Number 2: 01524 771969
St Pauls Church
Address: Caton Green Road
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The earliest record of a church or chapel on the site is before 1230. The tower dates probably from the 16th century. The rest of the church was rebuilt in 1865–67 to a design by the Lancaster architect E. G. Paley.

The church is constructed in sandstone rubble, with a slate roof. Its plan consists of a four-bay nave with a clerestory, north and south aisles, a south porch, a north transept containing the organ chamber, a chancel at a lower level, and a west tower. The tower is Perpendicular in style, and has three stages, diagonal buttresses, and an embattled parapet. On the west side is a doorway, over which is a three-light window with Perpendicular tracery. The bell openings also have three lights. On the south side of the church is the porch, with four bays to the east. The bays are separated by buttresses and each contains a three-light window with Perpendicular tracery. To the left of the easternmost window is a priest’s door. Along the clerestory are four windows. The east window has three lights with Perpendicular tracery. In the west wall of the north aisle is a blocked Norman doorway containing a tympanum carved with human figures. It is filled in with coffin lids and medieval cross slabs.

Our Church Hall and Club House are available for hire.

Our policies on safeguarding can be seen in the Downloads section below.

9.30 am – Parish Worship (with creche) and Sunday Club for children in the Church Hall

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Phone Number: 01524 770300
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The Link is published monthly and hand delivered free of charge to the residents of Caton & Brookhouse. It carries the latest news and advertising in an easy to read format.
Articles must be sent by e-mail to the editor, at:

The deadline for copy is the 15th of the month for inclusion in the next edition

The Link is not published in August.

Recent copies of The Link are now available on our website.

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Phone Number: 01524 771551
Owner Name: Anne Jackson
Twinning Group
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On 12th April 2008 the twinning of Socx and Caton-with-Littledale was formalised. Socx is located about 6 miles south of Dunkirk and has a population of about 1000.
Anyone in the parish is welcome to attend our fund raising events throughout the year and also join the trips to Socx and the events when they come to Caton. We particularly encourage families with children to take part as our activities are open to all ages.

On this day, 12th April 2008, the people of Caton and Brookhouse are honoured to formalise the twinning of our villages with Socx (France).

We are confident this relationship will enable the development of true and durable bonds of friendship and encourage mutual respect and understanding between our communities.

Our common aim is to promote cultural, linguistic and tourist exchanges between the people, schools and associations from each village.

Ruth Gibbons
Chairman of Caton & Brookhouse Twinning Association

Joyce Pritchard
Chairman of Caton-with-Littledale Parish Council
Ce jour, 12th April 2008 les habitants de Socx sont heureux de pouvoir créer des liens profonds d’amitié vrais et durables entre leur village et ceux de Caton et Brookhouse (Lancashire, Grande Bretagne) à l’occasion de leur jumelage.

Ils sont sûrs que cette union encouragera le respect mutuel, la compréhension et les liens réciproques entre des communautés.

Ils s’engagent à développer les échanges culturels, linguistiques et touristiques entre les écoles, les associations et les citoyens de tous âges, de chaque commune.

Andre Dassonville
Le Président de L’Association de Jumelage de Socx

Michel Gonon
Le Premier Adjoint au Maire de Socx

Phone Number: 07775 802676
Owner Name: Tricia Griffiths
Womens Institute
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The Women’s Institute (WI) was formed in 1915 with two clear aims: to revitalise rural communities and to encourage women to become more involved in producing food during the First World War. Since then our aims have broadened and we are now the largest women’s organisation in the UK. We celebrated our 90th anniversary in 2005 and currently have 210,000 members in 7,000 WIs.

We play a unique role in providing women with educational opportunities and the chance to build new skills, to take part in a wide variety of activities and to campaign on issues that matter to them and their communities.

Caton WI is one of the oldest in the country, having been formed in 1921. We have approximately 60 members some of whom not only meet locally but are also involved in activities with the Lancashire Federation eg. the WI choir, craft workshops, quizzes, walks etc.

Caton WI normally meets on the first Thursday of the month at the Victoria Institute. Meetings usually start at 7.30pm with a short business meeting followed by a speaker. The committee try to make the programme as varied as possible in order to satisfy the varied interests of our members. We end with light refreshments and a chance to catch up on gossip!

New members are always welcome. Just turn up on the day of the meeting, and we will look out for you.

Check the diary on the website for details of the next meeting or other events.

Address: Barnardo’s Lancaster Office
Storey house, Whitecross Business Park
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Lancashire Supported Lodgings Project are looking for volunteers who can offer support and lodgings to a vulnerable young person at a crucial time in their life.

If you have a spare bedroom and the time and desire to offer practical and emotional support, you are exactly who we are looking for.

We know that a supportive, stable home environment can make a huge difference to a young person’s chances of moving on successfully.

As a lodgings provider, you don’t have the same responsibility as a parent or foster parent, and the young person will have their own project worker. Most lodgings are for between 8 weeks and 2 years. During this time, you’ll receive a weekly payment and ongoing support from Barnardo’s.

Interested? Contact Terri Wolstenholme on 07919 520977 or e-mail

Phone Number: 07919520977
Phone Number 2: 01524 389655
Owner Name: Terri Wolstenholme
Caton Community Library
Address: Victoria Institute
Brookhouse Road
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The Victoria Institute houses the Community Library. After Lancashire County Council closed the Caton library in 2007, Caton Community Library Trust was established to provide a service for the people of Caton-with-Littledale Parish and the wider Lune Valley. The Victoria Institute took on the running of the Library in 2016 when the Caton Community Library Trust was dissolved. Everyone is welcome to browse and to borrow the books, all of which have been donated and include a good range of favourites and latest bestsellers.

The Community Library is open during the Institute’s normal office hours which are Monday to Friday between 9:30am and 3:00pm. The Library is maintained by Volunteers.

Phone Number: 01524 771733
Address: Victoria Institute, Brookhouse Road
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The Victoria Institute lies at the heart of Caton village, which is located in the beautiful Lune Valley and Forest of Bowland AONB only 5 minutes from J34 of the M6 motorway.

Managed as a charity, the Institute offers a range of rooms available to hire for community, private, and business events. Founded in 1888, the Victoria Institute has been refurbished and extended over recent years to create  a comfortable, well equipped venue.

The accommodation has been developed with flexibility of use in mind and, being arranged on one level, it is easily accessible by all. There is an accessible toilet. This vibrant resource centre is an important aspect of social life in the village, and many Clubs and Societies run regular activities in the Institute building. We have a large Hall, two good size meeting rooms, a small meeting room,well-equipped  kitchen, and an IT Resource Centre, so most needs can be met whatever the size and nature of your planned event.

The Victoria Institute is also the village Emergency Centre.

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Phone Number: 01524 771733 (9:30am to 3:00pm Monday to Friday)
Owner Name: Peter Collins, Community Support Worker
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Organises outings to plays, pantomimes and other events in the area.  With transport from Caton & Brookhouse.

Phone Number: 01524 771943
Owner Name: Benita Smith
Caton Community Primary School
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We are a small, creative primary school where each child knows they really matter. Learning and teaching here is innovative and through exciting and engaging activities, we develop the 5Rs:

Reciprocity, Resilience, Resourcefulness, Risk-taking and Reflection.

Phone Number: 01524 770104
Owner Name: Head Teacher: Ms Shabnam Cadwallender
Caton St Pauls C of E Primary School
Address: Moorside Road
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Caton St. Paul’s is an aided Church of England primary school situated in the picturesque Lune Valley village of Brookhouse, yet less than ten minutes from Lancaster city centre. Children are admitted from the village of Caton and Brookhouse with a number of children coming from other areas such as Halton, Claughton, Morecambe and Lancaster. There has been a school on this site for more than a hundred and fifty years and this long history has ensured that Caton St. Paul’s is at the heart of the village community. This is a feature that is special to rural schools and one that fosters an environment of trust and respect. We are proud of this aspect of the school life.

Phone Number: 01524 770241
Owner Name: Headteacher: Mrs. Karen L Price
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Fully qualified staff, flexible hours, outdoor play area.

Phone Number: 015242 22288
Address: Caton Community School
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A place for children to play, learn and grow

Phone Number: 01524 770104
Phone Number 2: 07746 857904
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We are based in a classroom at Caton St Pauls Primary School Brookhouse. We welcome all children from the age of 2years old. We are Ofsted registered and at our last Ofsted inspection we were awarded good. We accept government funding for 2 , 3 , and 4 year olds for 15 hours per week and from September we will be accepting 30 hours free child care for eligible children ( see our website for more information ). From September  our opening hours will be Monday and Wednesday 9-00 – 3-30 , Tuesday and Thursday  8-30 – 5-30 and Friday 9-00 – 1-00 .                           For more information please ring Alison Webb 07751907358 or visit our website at www.

Phone Number: 07751 907 358
Owner Name: Alison Webb
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A fun filled & friendly introduction to foreign language for toddlers and pre-school children (aged 1 – 4 years) through catchy songs and rhymes, fun games, puppets, stickers, stories, beanbags and balls. Sessions run by Claire Hill. I am a qualified and experienced languages teacher (with enhanced DBS check) and a mum! Classes start from 28th September and are term time only.   All classes week commencing  28th September are free. Classes held at Caton, Halton, Bolton-le-Sands, Wray and Quernmore.

Phone Number: 01524 37034
Owner Name: Claire Hill
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Fridays during term time 9.30am-11.30am. £2 per child. Contact Caton Community Primary School for information.

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If you fancy trying something new or are looking for a more gentle way of keeping fit and active, then do come along to the Club House behind St Paul’s church hall on a Wednesday evening to see what we get up to. Classes run from 7-9pm, all are welcome, no previous experience is needed, and the first session is free. We practice gentle movement and breathing exercises (Chi Kung) and some more vigorous Tai Chi exercises and short forms too. All postures can be performed to whatever level of fitness and flexibility you have so are suitable for everyone, and Tai Chi is great for reducing stress, increasing balance, mobility, muscle strength and general fitness.

Martin Knowles 01524 771598 / for more info

Phone Number: 01524 771598
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Local football clubs include Caton Terriers (Juniors), Under 17s and Caton United (seniors).  Caton Sports Association supports them all.

We  welcome  new members so if you are interested in joining please contact any one of the committee:

Secretary: Andy Kehoe (07803 062895)  12 Pinewood Avenue, Brookhouse

Chairman: Ian Hodgson (07909 917079) 53 Winchester Avenue, Lancaster

Treasurer: Jeremy Richards (07810 356222) 44 Hornby Road, Cato

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Playing on the Station Field on Saturday mornings with FA accredited coaches and local teachers. For keen players in Y1, Y2 and Y3.  Email

Owner Name: Dave Kitchin
Lune Valley Swimming Pool
Address: Melling Road
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Lune Valley  Swimming Pool is in the beautiful village of Hornby in the picturesque Lune Valley.

The pool is 15m by 6m and offers a comfortable and friendly atmosphere to all its users.

Full information including opening hours and classes – on their website.

Phone Number: 01524 805666
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The Station Hotel Bowling Club will be opening the green for 2018 from Friday 30 March 2018. We run two teams in the Lancaster Bowling League on Tuesday nights starting 10 April and one team in the Morecambe League on Wednesday nights starting on 18 April. We run a Veterans team on Thursday afternoons and two floodlight teams starting in September.

This years membership is £35 and £20 for Late Season Membership from August. New members either to play in teams or just for social bowling are always welcome. Please enquire to Reg Robinson – Chairman (770166) or Keith Hudson – Secretary (771051) or at the Station Hotel.