Parish Games 2023

Welcome to the Website for the 2023 Wychavon Parish Games

Evesham Bengeworth – Overall Winners

Wick - Small Parish Winners
Wick – Small Parish Winner
Bretforton – Overall Runners Up
Wyre Piddle – Medium Parish Winner

W M C R S Silver Salver
Mitchell & Butler Cup
Group 4 Total Security Cup
Small Parishes Trophy
Medium Parishes Trophy

(Richard Preece Cup)

Champion Parish
Runners Up
Award of Merit
Less than 500 on electoral roll

501-999 on electoral roll

Evesham Bengeworth (15 events)
Bretforton (13 events)
Hill & Moor (15 events)
Wick (14 events)
Wyre Piddle (14 events)

Event
Angling
Bell Boating
Bowls
Crib
Cross Country
Darts (Ladies)
Darts (Men)
Dominoes
Five-A-Side
Petanque
Pool
Rounders
Skittles
Table Tennis (Junior)
Table Tennis (Senior)

Winners
Evesham South
Wyre Piddle
Cropthorne
Bretforton
Eckington
Broadway
Bretforton
Inkberrow
Badsey & Aldington
Eckington
Bretforton
Evesham Bengeworth
Badsey
Wyre Piddle
Evesham South

Runners Up
Wick
Evesham Bengeworth
Broadway
Fladbury
Ashton-under-Hill
Bretforton
Evesham Bengeworth
Pinvin
Offenham
Fladbury
Sedgeberrow
Wick
Evesham Bengeworth
Evesham Bengeworth
South Littleton

All players from the 28 Parishes were registered for the respective games and teams, which amounted to a total of approximately 1100 players.

All cups and trophies are deemed the responsibility of the named winning Parish/Ward and should be insured until 1st September 2024.
They must be returned to the Secretary, Wychavon Sport, at the beginning of the 2024 Games

Breakdown of results available here

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The Wychavon Parish Games started in 1978, and the aim of the Games remains the same today: To offer all residents of the Wychavon District the opportunity to participate in active sports and pub games. The competitive spirit is strongly combined with community spirit; be that through developing relationships within the teams created in a Parish or the local derby atmosphere between teams from near or neighbouring Parishes. The term Parish includes the Wards within the three Towns of Droitwich, Evesham and Pershore. There is a strict rule about participants having to reside within the Parish that they represent as it is the Parish or Town Council that pays the fees to enter the various games.

The Games combine a series of inter-Parish/Ward competitions where individual Parishes compete against one another to win individual events and to produce overall winners. The Games offer participants the opportunity to visit other Parishes, experience the hospitality and therein develop relationships and build and broaden communities. For example; the One Day Events are held within a variety of appropriate locations around the District with the Knock Out Events being held on a Home and Away basis, predominantly in Pubs and Clubs, thus enabling a broad scope of venues to be enjoyed.