As with the July meeting the August meeting was prefaced by concerns expressed by residents of Church Close over the planned transition zone between their houses and the new development on Willey Road. The main point of contention was the absence of a transparent...read more
The initial part of the July PC meeting addressed a question raised by several members of the public concerning the eventual management of the transition zone that is planned between Church Close and the proposed development on Willey Road. Whilst the assumption has...read more
The most significant event during May was approval for the Planning Application to develop houses on Wiley Road. The proposal was passed unanimously by SWTC Planning Committee. The key consideration in reaching this conclusion was the demonstration that there was a...read more
Road maintenance between Lillesdon and North Curry delayed to 29 July, and changed from closure to overnight traffic lights.read more
Lib Dems gain 18 seats and win control of the District Council. No Parish Council election in this parish.read more
A new translation of Canterbury Tales to be performed in the autumn. Call for cast members and backstage crew.read more
Eight planning applications, uncontested election for the PC, a new Parish Clerk, Annual Parish Meeting (16 April) and a couple of traffic incidents.read more
There has been a minor redistribution of some of the information pages on this site. Read more for an explanation.read more
Eagle-eyed visitors will notice a new button on this page. Click it and see what happens.read more
On Sept 2nd it is planned to hold a drop-in event between 5pm and 9pm at the Village hall where we will be offering free refreshments; so drop-in to find out more. After a significant effort the Business Plan and Share Prospectus for the project to buy the Royal Oak...read more
Are you Interested in getting involved in our exciting new production of The Canterbury Tales in November? Remember this will be the first ever stage production of the new adaptation specially written for “The Archers” by playwright Nick Warburton. And there’s a...read more
The AGM for the Williams Hall will be held on Monday May 20th at 7:30PM in the meeting room at the Hall. All are welcome to join the trustees to hear how successful your Village Hall has been in 2018. At the very least enjoy refreshments and nibbles with the trustees...read more
Come and help us celebrate Somerset Day with our traditional breakfast. Adults £6; Children under 12 eat free when accompanied by an adult. Come eat, socialise and let us cook breakfast for you from 9AM to 11AM.read more
After the success of the village spring clean last year, it is intended to hold a similar event on March 23rd, 10AM at the Village Hall, followed by free refreshments in the Royal Oak. Tools will be provided and as well as picking up litter it is planned to highlight...read more
St Gregory Players Annual Meeting. Monday 18th March 7.30pm in the Williams Hall Meeting Room. Join us for a glass of wine to find out our future plans.read more
The Next meeting of the Heart of the Village Group will take place on Monday February 4th at 7:30 pm in the Village Hall. Among topics to be discussed are formation of a Cooperative Benefit Society and potential fund raising opportunities including raising share...read more
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 raffleread more
The Stoke Stampede will take place this year on Sunday 6th January. For road closures and other details…read more
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...read more
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