I became aware of the George Joyce Bequest at the Parish Council AGM. With help from Philip and Ros Griffin, full details of George's will and how to contact the trustees are now on the site here. All contact using the form on that page and the trustees are private. Bill H.
Clare Oliver writes: I know a lovely couple who need rented accommodation for a few months from August and are wondering if anyone has anything. They are a married couple in their 50s with a quiet labrador and 2 cats. They can provide glowing references. If you know of anything which may be suitable please … Continue reading Accommodation Needed
The Vale Cinema film for July is Edie. Starring the wonderful Shelia Hancock, it tells the story of a woman in her 80s who sets out to recapture her wild-child youth and fulfil an ambition to climb a Scottish Mountain. Beautiful Scenery, lots of humour and a touching friendship between Edie and the mountain guide … Continue reading Vale Cinema | July 27th
It is proposed that the Wootton Courtenay Village Hall begin to show films for residents and visitors alike. At this stage the idea has been discussed at a high level amongst the Village Hall Committee and a few other individuals. Before we commit to this idea we want to explain the proposal, and ask for … Continue reading Film Club Proposal – Your Feedback Requested
Below is a poster for your use in advertising the upcoming talk from Rector Caroline Ralph on The Village Church in the 21st Century. Click to download. Via Peter Clapham. Click the image below to download the poster in PDF format.
Depending on your location in the village the internet speed you receive varies considerably. Having moved to the village from West Bagborough in the Quantocks I am aware that there are schemes to deliver Internet into Exmoor other than via the traditional phone line. More details are on the Connecting Devon and Somerset website at … Continue reading Connecting Exmoor – New Internet Options
This is sent via our Parish Council on behalf of Somerset Council. Having a private water supply can be a real boon. Cheaper than mains water, control over chemical additives and often with better pressure, a private supply is also not subject to imposed drought restrictions. Many farms, businesses and homes rely on a private … Continue reading The Safety of Private Water Supplies