January 200 Club Winners 1st Prize no.104 Joy Joneleit 2nd Prize no.133 Alex Clarke 3rd Prize no. 99 Dani Ridout 4th Prize no.63 Deborah Gompetz 5th Prize no.155 Brenda Longman
With Somerset moving into Tier 3 from Boxing Day it has been decided that the village hall will be closed from that date. This position will be reviewed as and when there is a change in government guidance regarding village halls.
Click on the following for a list of the winners in our Christmas raffle: Raffle Prize Winners – 2020
Due to Tier 2 restrictions, the village hall remains closed to new bookings until further notice (pending government review of the Tier structure).
A paper version of the online questionnaire will shortly be posted to every household in the Parish. Why? To ensure that those people without access to a computer or those of you who would rather complete the survey on paper can do so. Full instructions can be found on the front page of the questionnaire. …
Please note the village hall will be closed during lockdown 2. We hope to re-open after 2nd December once lockdown has ended.
The Village Hall Committee has decided not to run bonfire night this year. The ongoing uncertainty over Covid-19, the difficulty of managing social distancing on a small playing field area and the concern over bonfire smoke have led us to the conclusion that we should not go ahead. Other similar events have also taken the …
The village hall has now reopened and will initially be available for a limited number of bookings/events to ensure compliance with Covid-19 regulations and guidance. If you wish to hire the hall please contact us here. All bookings taking place in the hall must be fully compliant with our Covid-19 secure requirements.
September 200 Club Winners 1st Prize no.19 Tom Fowler 2nd Prize no.124 Bev Whitehead 3rd Prize no.16 Brian Trasler 4th Prize no.3 Roger Welton 5th Prize no.53 Julie Sharpe
The options consultation period for the North Cadbury and Yarlington Neighbourhood Development Plan will be during September (please note that this plan covers Galhampton as well). This is a very important consultation as it will determine what housing development (how many houses and where) villagers are prepared to accept. Whilst there is no guarantee that …