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The July meeting continued our sequence of virtual meetings, however on this occasion we welcomed two members of the public who had an interest in planning applications. The Parish Council supported an application for change of use of the annexe at the Staddles, Meare...
The Knight Fryer will be back in Stoke (at the Village Hall) from this Tuesday evening (June 30).
Following the election of a management committee and the first Annual Members Meeting, the elected committee held its first (virtual) meeting on Tuesday. The minutes of the AMM and this meeting can be viewed at...
In keeping with guidance, the PC has met for the last two months using the Zoom platform. While there was some uncertainty with the initial use of this technology, contributors are now more familiar, and meetings have been reasonably effective. To date no members of...
Some minor changes have been made to the website to make it easier to find things.
A link has been added to the outdoor sports page that allows on-line booking of the tennis courts at the playing field.
[A short update by Jane White which was originally intended for the newsletter.] Basically, the building is shut but prayer continues, with further information on plans for the future.
Taunton Priorswood recycling site is back to normal summer opening times, but only a restricted range of materials can be accepted.
Following postponement of the Williams Hall AGM which was scheduled for last week, the Annual Report has been published and is available to view here.
The Monthly HOTV meeting will be held as usual on the first Monday of the month, which this month is the 3rd. You can see the agenda here. As this is a public meeting there will be an opportunity for those joining the meeting to ask questions or comment. If you...
In these exceptional times, it has unfortunately been decided that the Luncheon Club which meets every other Wednesday at the Baptist Church will be postponed indefinitely, as most of the customers and some of the helpers are in the vulnerable age group. Look for...
Two events: a plant and seed swap at the Kind Alfred on 12 March and a free screening of the film 2040 one 26 March
Messy Church is restarting at the Baptist Church on 8th March
The Environment Agency its running a number of local drop-in sessions to discuss improvements to the River Sowy and the King’s Sedgemoor Drain.
A get-together in the Village Hall for all volunteers, will take place at 7pm on Friday February 14.
On 27th January at 7:30pm in the Williams Hall, Climate Action Athelney will hold their AGM. The guest speaker will be Steve Mews of RSPB who will lead a discussion on what we can do about Climate Change. Please come along; all welcome.
Two meetings at the Village Hall on Thursday 16 January (9:30 or 6:30) at which Ian Upshall will introduce people to the business of volunteering in the newly resited village shop.
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...
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.
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