Tickets for the haggis supper are going fast. It's your last chance to join us on this fabulous night out and raise funds for the Air Ambulance. Tickets available from Andy in the shop.
Dear Villagers, If you haven't received a Wootton Courtenay Village Hall 100 Club invitation and you would like one, please email me on email@example.com or phone 01643 841253 and I will drop a copy round to you. Alternatively there are spares in the Villagers' Stores. Then kindly return your application to me or Andy, or … Continue reading 100 Club Reminder
I work for Trading Standards, covering the Somerset County Council area as well as Devon and Torbay. Part of our work is to communicate to the public about scams and doorstep crime; these can particularly affect vulnerable people. The following are a series of articles published by Trading Standards last year, which you may find … Continue reading Trading Standards Scam Awareness
With ‘Village Halls Week 2020’ taking place from 20th-26th January, we are running a photo competition to provide funds for cash-strapped rural community halls. The competition is designed to champion and emphasise the vital role that halls play in building rural communities. The competition theme is Village Life - a photo which characterises the value … Continue reading Village Hall Photo Competition
January is a busy month in the Wootton Courtenay calendar. In order that we don't clash with other events, the next Thinking Allowed will be on Monday 10th February, 6.30pm for 7pm at Skye's. The topic will be 'tolerance.' More information will be posted nearer the time.
Monday 20th January, 7.30pm Mike Maskall's illustrated talk on his recent trip to China is at Wootton Courtenay Village Hall tonight. Don't miss this enthralling account of his travels in this fascinating country.
Skye's will be open every Friday evening this month as usual. Due to clashes with other events, the bar will not open on Saturday evenings until Saturday February 8th. However, Skye's will be open during the afternoons of the Six Nations Rugby matches, which start on 1st February. Andy
Our lovely cat, Lucy, a Siamese Blue (see photo), has gone missing. She lives at Higher Ranscombe (near 'Creekes') and doesn’t usually go too far from home. She does like a cosy place and so could possibly have become stuck in a shed or outbuilding. If anyone has seen her we’d be grateful to hear … Continue reading Have You Seen This Cat?
Saturday 18th January, 6pm Wootton Courtenay Village Hall
Monday 20th January at 7pm St Petrock's Church, Timberscombe 'Our History Through the Lens' Members £1 Visitors £4 Do come along to this illustrated lecture by Tom Sperling, which will highlight a wide range of historic images of our villages and surrounding areas. Many of these photographs have not been seen before and … Continue reading History Group Lecture