News

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Youth Project

Read about the exciting new project to provide more activities for young people in the village and see how you can help.

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Awards galore!

HOTV has just reaped not one but two awards: the BBC Community Group Make a Difference Award for Somerset, and the Somerset County Council Community Resilience Award.

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SEPTEMBER COFFEE & BOOKS CANCELLED

Due to a number of helpers being unavailable this time round, the Coffee & Books event advertised in the Stoke News for Saturday 17 September has been CANCLELLED. The next monthly Coffee & Books event will be on Saturday 29 October.

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Book of Condolence

A book of condolence will be available from Monday 12th September 2022 at Stoke St Gregory Parish Church.

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Royal Oak Golf Society? Would you be interested?

There is a possibility of setting up a social golf society in the Stoke St Gregory area, to be organised by volunteer members and to be based around the Royal Oak. The initial idea is to share contact details for all those who might be interested in finding playing...

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Athelney crossing closure 5 Sept –16 Oct

Network Rail have circulated a letter to residents along Curload and Stanmoor Road, to inform them of work on the Athelney rail bridge from the end of July until some time in October. This will necessitate the 24 hour closure of the road either side of the crossing...

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Household Support Fund

If you or family members find yourselves struggling to pay bills, do read this leaflet and see if you would be eligible for support from Somerset County Council.

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Events

A Bolt from the Blue

St Gregory Players will be performing this electrifying comedy on 17, 18 and 19 November. Tickets online. Do come and enjoy this village venture.

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Envirofair 22

Stoke Environment Group will be running their second environment fair on 25 June 2022 from 10am until 4pm in the Village Hall. 

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Young People’s Meeting

It has long been recognised that the downside of living in a rural idyll is the lack of things to do for young people. While we are very grateful for an active Beavers/Cubs/Scouts programme, there is little in the way of facilities for young people to meet and arrange...

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Further village news can be found on the Stoke St Gregory Facebook page, or in
Stoke News, the printed newsletter which is delivered to all homes in the village. Current and previous issues of Stoke News may be found here.

There is also a village Nextdoor network for exchanging classified ads and local information.