The new village website launched in March 2018, below are some stats about activity on the site. Overall Activity Overall the site receives between 700 and 800 visitors per month - one visitor means one unique person on one day. This means it could be 100 people visiting 8 times a month or 10 people … Continue reading End of Year Website Review
We would like to convey huge gratitude and thanks for the custom and support of so many people in the village throughout this season. We will be closed for annual hols and re-opening on 15th February 2019. Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. John & Jane Bradley at Dunkery Beacon Country … Continue reading Season’s Greetings and Thanks
Details of revised refuse collections (including garden waste), the opening times of recycling sites, and how to recycle your forlorn, denuded Christmas tree after Twelfth Night can be seen on the latest SWP update: Revised Collections at Christmas N.B. Wootton Courtenay's Monday collections are unaffected by either the Christmas or the New Year bank holidays. … Continue reading Somerset Waste Partnership Update
The voting is over, there is clear support for four films in the second half of our season: Monday 21st Jan 2019: Phantom Thread Monday 18th Feb 2019: On Chesil Beach Monday 18th Mar 2019: The Bookshop Date TBA: Bohemian Rhapsody (bonus film, £5 per ticket for all attendees, or free if the club finances … Continue reading 2019 Film Choices Announced
Saturday 22nd December, 6 - 7pm Wootton Courtenay Village Hall Come and join us in a Sparkling Solstice Free-Dance Session in candlelight - move and groove any way you want! £6 per person (on the door)
4th January 2019 Timberscombe Village Hall will be hosting a talk by Harvey Grenville, author of Timberscombe's Fallen of World War I, on the impact the Great War had on Timberscombe. Admission is free. To see full details of the talk, click here: World War 1
Dr. Patrick Hoyte will be giving a talk entitled 'Life Below Stairs' for the St Petrock History Group in January 2019. This promises to be a fascinating insight into the lives of servants from the mediaeval period onwards. For full details, please click here: Patrick Hoyte 'Life below Stairs'
For those that came to the film on Monday, I've found the street view which shows the location in Sylva, North Carolina, and the crew working on turning the furniture store into the Police Station. Around the side to the right of the location is the furniture store sign taken down. Click and drag the … Continue reading Streetview of the Police Station During Filming of Ebbing Missouri
The next table tennis session will be at 5pm this Thursday, 20th December. Everyone welcome.
The Carol Service held at All Saints' church on Sunday was a beautiful celebration of the Christmas story. Thankyou to all who attended, and especially to those who gave readings or sang in the two choir groups, Moor Harmony and The Capel Singers. The nibbles, mince pies and wine were much appreciated, so thankyou to … Continue reading Carol Service