Whilst we plan our Summer season in Wootton, Timberscombe can now promote their own film screenings. For more information visit their web page here - tickets on the door as in Wootton. The programme includes: FEB 23RD – MAMMA MIA! HERE WE GO AGAIN (as approved by Patrick) MARCH 23RD– THE CHILDREN ACT APRIL 27TH … Continue reading Timberscombe Film Club
The environment agency has received an application to vary an existing environmental permit, under the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2016, from NNB Generation Company (HPC) Limited at the proposed Hinkley Point C nuclear power station, near Bridgwater. The company now wants to vary their existing permit to amend or remove conditions relating to … Continue reading Public Consultation on Hinkley Point Cooling Water
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Diana Rusher would like to give notice that you have until April 18th to complete the application form (also below) to join the parish electoral role. Voters are then enabled to vote on Parish matters as requested by the Parish Council. Please print, complete and sign this form: Application-for-Enrolment-Electoral-Roll-20132-1
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. Monday 25th March at 7:30pm in the Wootton Courtenay Village Hall. Licensed bar - no entrance fee.
Our next screening will be The Bookshop on Monday 18th at 7 for 7:30. England 1959. In a small East Anglian town, Florence Green decides, against polite but ruthless local opposition, to open a bookshop. I will also have news about further screenings, opera and live TV. Bring a cushion!
Last week The Guardian newspaper ran this story: 10 amazing ancient ruins in Britain with great views Number 2 on the list was Dunkery Beacon, with a link to this village website. Visitors should know that the walk up to the Beacon is relatively easy, the shortest route being from parking spots on the road … Continue reading Welcome to Guardian Readers
In case you missed it, Bohemian Rhapsody is on this Friday 8th March at 7 for 7:30. Freddie Mercury is played by Rami Malek who won an Oscar for Best Actor at Sunday night's awards ceremony. The Film tells the story of the rock band Queen leading up to their performance in 1985 at Live … Continue reading Bohemian Rhapsody – Friday March 8th
Early Bird discount booking is now open for Minehead’s first literary festival which will take place on Saturday April 27 at the Methodist Hall, Minehead. The festival features presentations by four leading writers with ties to the area who will explore the importance of place in their writing. Tessa Hadley, (pictured) who heads the line-up … Continue reading Early Bird booking opens for Minehead Literary Festival
The next Photo Club talk on the Legality, Ethics and Excitement of Street Photography by Bill Hodgson is to be held at the Village Hall on March 12th at 7.30 and will include coffee and biscuits. Subscriptions are now due (£10) for 2019 or £3 for the evening. We are looking forward to this talk … Continue reading Photo Club Talk: The Legality, Ethics and Excitement of Street Photography. March 12th