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.
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
At a recent meeting of the village hall committee, it was decided to keep the hall closed for the foreseeable future post July 4th due to the current lack of demand to use the facility and the difficulty in putting on events in full compliance with the Covid-19 guidelines. This is likely to run over
It is now time to collect the Village Hall 200 Club subs for the 2020/21 year, the first draw being in July. We would usually do this by personal visits to ticket holders’ houses through a team of collectors. However, due to Covid-19, we are looking to do it differently this time in order to
There is a lot of information out there on Covid-19, below are links to some of the main sites: NHS – click here Government: General Advice – click here Government: Employees, Employers & Businesses – click here Somerset County Council – click here South Somerset District Council – click here Somerset Community Foundation – click
Please help your local food bank at a time when it is experiencing unprecedented demand. Galhampton Church supports the Yeovil-based Lord’s Larder Food Bank and a box is left outside the church for suitable donations to be deposited in. Since the Covid-19 lockdown commenced in mid-March the Lord’s Larder has seen an unprecedented rise in
As we couldn’t hold our monthly village gathering/coffee morning on Saturday4th April, the 200 Club draw took place on Middle Street under the watchful eyes of Georgina Robertson, our independent witness (thank you Georgina). And the winners are: 1st Prize: no.173 Paul Davis 2nd Prize: no.119 Jo Horsington 3rd Prize: no.67 Gordon Stockman 4th Prize: