News

News of the Community Pub Shop

Lots has been happening since the completion of the village survey last year and although there’s no certain outcome yet we have some bits to update you on to keep you in the loop. After the meeting in the village hall on the 7th June a team formed and we have been...

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December PC Report

The whole of this report will concern the application to build 34 houses on the field alongside the allotments, backing onto Church Close and Willey Road. This came up for discussion at the December PC meeting on Tuesday 11, which was so well attended that it had to...

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Flood Risk Consultation

The Somerset Rivers Authority (SRA) has recently launched a consultation to ask people about their experience of flooding, their perception of risk and issues with insurance. The SRA has not included Stoke St Gregory in their default list of affected areas, but Stoke residents are still encouraged to complete the survey.

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CDS broadband survey

Connecting Devon and Somerset are currently running a survey to ask individual households about their current experience of broadband.

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Poppy Appeal 2018

This year, through our house to house collections and the donations made at our charity soup lunch and tea, the First World War exhibition, and the Remembrance Service, along with the collections from the school, our three pubs, The Lemon Tree Café, The Village Stores and the Parish Council donation, we have raised a fantastic grand total of £2400.

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November PC Report

Items covered include recent developments on the housing proposal, how the PC uses social media and this website, and a discussion about PC finances.

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October PC Report

Items covered include a new Police presence at the Village Hall, dangerous dogs, news about the Rose & Crown, broadband, and the results of a private consultation on the proposed housing development.

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September PC Report

Housing Development The meeting held on the 11th September took place shortly after the housing consultation event held by West of England Developments. The PC meeting was attended by several members of the public who raised concerns about the consultation, the way it...

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Events

You cant be serious….

Fun quiz night in the village hall on February 9th at 7pm for 7:30. Tickets £5 at the village shop. Price include a sausage roll and not least a choc-ice. Teams of six; all welcome. If you are not part of a team we can make up scratch teams. Cash bar and raffle

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Glastonbury Brass—festive success

Saturday 8 December saw a good crowd in attendance for a concert of festive brass band music by Glastonbury Brass—the first such event in the events programme offered by the Village Hall Social Committee. The prize-winning band performed a well-chosen diet of seasonal...

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Carols in the Square

This Thursday, the 20th December at 6pm, come and join us for Carols in the Square. Come along and enjoy the festive spirit. It is rumoured that Santa will be making a special appearance

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Coffee and Books Cancelled

For those of you did not know, on the last Saturday of every month there is a coffee and book sale at the Village Hall. Unfortunately, this month it is necessary to cancel the event (due on the 27th) as the Hall is double booked. We apologise to those of you who...

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Remembering The End Of WW1

As you may know this year marks the 100th anniversary of the armistice marking the end of the great war. On November 10th and 11th special events will be held in Stoke St Gregory to mark this occasion and recognise the sacrifices made by so...

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Village Breakfast

With the days drawing in and the chill of Autumn in the air why not join us for a heart warming breakfast freshly cooked before your eyes. Full English, continental or both, all for the incredible value of £6 per head with children under twelve free when accompanied...

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Life Above the Levels

On Tuesday 10th September, in the Williams Hall there will be an illustrated presentation for all ages, covering the space industry, past present and future, given by local speaker Stephanie Mottershead. Stephanie is a highly qualified real space science enthusiast....

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Remembering the end of WW1

The 11th of November marks one hundred years since the end of WW1. Special activities, an exhibition, a bonfire as well as the traditional Remembrance Service are planned for this weekend. This year it is hoped, weather permitting, to hold the service around the...

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Pub/Shop Steering Team Creation, June 7th

Thanks to all who completed the recent survey of opinion in the Village regarding the potential future activity around protecting these village assets. While there are still many uncertainties and equally many possible outcomes, it has been agreed to start making the...

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