A Heartfelt Plea

We would be very grateful for homemade cakes, home produce and raffle prizes for the coffee morning on Friday, 13th September at ‘Dunkery Pleck’, the Marriotts’ house (on the corner of the road leading to the village hall).  Also, quality bric-a-brac or vintage treasures, if you have any to spare. Please take your donated items, … Continue reading A Heartfelt Plea

National Park Guided Walk

Tuesday, 17th September - 2pm to 4pm As part of the Exmoor Historic Buildings Festival, there will be a free guided walk around Wootton Courtenay on 17th September, meeting outside All Saints' church gates.  Wootton Courtenay (listed as Otone in the Domesday Book) has a long and interesting history as a settlement.  Join the walk to … Continue reading National Park Guided Walk

Exmoor Artists’ Exhibition & Sale

14th - 20th September The Gallery, Dulverton Heritage Centre Guildhall Terrace,  Fore St,  Dulverton  TA22 9EZ Take 4 Painters Four members of the Wootton Courtenay Art Group - Ro Hoyte, Gabrielle Horrobin, Margaret Lovatt and Trish Wright - will be exhibiting their work at The Gallery in Dulverton Heritage Centre this month.

Route 60+ Presentation

Thursday 16th January, 2020 10.00am - 1.00pm Wootton Courtenay Village Hall Route 60+ is a FREE presentation for older drivers, addressing how both vehicles and driving skills have changed over the years and how these can be updated.  The  presentation offers coping strategies to take into account the increased amount of vehicles on the road … Continue reading Route 60+ Presentation

Monday Night is Film Night : Free Solo

A final reminder that Monday 2nd at 7pm is our screening of Free Solo - an incredible feat of climbing. The film will be the first of its kind for our village - contemplative, gripping and scary. In addition our top technology wizard Peter has tested the new rear speakers, giving us five speaker surround … Continue reading Monday Night is Film Night : Free Solo

Top Soil Free to Collector

We have approximately 1 cubic metre of topsoil at Crockford House (at the bottom of the hill), which is free to anyone to collect.  It is good quality soil, dark and crumbly without many stones.  The collector would need to barrow it through our garden to the driveway - alternatively a fit young man we … Continue reading Top Soil Free to Collector