August 2017


CONVENIENCE STORE SHUTS FOR TEN DAY SHOP REFIT

A convenience store in the centre of town has shut for 10 days while a major shop refit takes place. One Stop at 8/10 Market Street closed on Sunday and will re-open to customers on Thursday August 17th. A notice posted in the shop window from the store manager David,…


VOLUNTEER DAYS AT NATURE RESERVE CONTINUE THROUGHOUT THE YEAR

Volunteer days at a nature reserve in Crewkerne continue throughout the year, come rain or shine. The monthly volunteer days at Bincombe Beeches are held on the third Thursday of every month from 10 am until 2 pm. The 12 acre site of special scientific interest is owned by Crewkerne…


BUSY CAFE NEAR RAILWAY STATION UNEXPECTEDLY UP FOR SALE

A busy cafe near Crewkerne Railway Station has been unexpectedly put up for sale. MJ’s in the old weighbridge buiding has successfully traded for three years and has planning permission for a large glass conservatory to be erected at the back of the property, which would provide a further eight…


ROTARIANS TO HOST RECRUITMENT MORNING AT COFFEE HOUSE

The Rotary Club of Crewkerne is hosting a recruitment morning for prospective new members at Costa coffee on Saturday August 19th from 10 am until 12 noon. They are inviting anyone who is interested in finding out more about the organisation to join them. A similar coffee morning was held…


FORMER SHOE FACTORY YIELDS INTERESTING FINDS FOR TV SALVAGE HUNTERS

A former shoe factory in the town centre yielded interesting finds for TV star Drew Pritchard of Salvage Hunters when he visited Crewkerne. Drew and T were welcomed by Carl Hennessy of Dekorative Kollective in Market Street, who led the Salvage Hunters and their cameraman upstairs to the former shoe…


DOGS POSE FOR THE CAMERA

Dogs posed for the camera at Countrywide when a professional pet photographer visited the North Street store in Crewkerne. Dozens of dog owners took their pets along to the free sitting which offered free entry into a dog portrait competition. Pet specialist at Countrywide Dan Burnard who is an SQP…


RESIDENTS FETE RAISES £500 FOR CHILDREN’S HOSPICE

A group of elderly residents who organised a Summer fete have raised £500 for Children’s Hospice South West. Barn Crescent resident Angie, came up with the idea to raise funds for the charity which provides the only hospice care in a hospice environment in the South West for children with…


ZEBRA CROSSING NEAR BUSY ROUNDABOUT

A zebra crossing is likely to be installed at the top of Hermitage Street near to a busy mini-roundabout. The proposal to make crossing Hermitage Street/Lyme Road safer for pedestrians, is documented in the Small Improvement Scheme (SIS) which is overseen by the Highways Improvement Scheme Programme (HISP) at Somerset…


CREWKERNE FAIR PREPARATIONS WELL UNDERWAY

Preparations for the 2017 St Bartholomew’s Fair are well underway by volunteers from the Rotary Club of Crewkerne District. St Bartholomew’s Street Fair is an annual event, held in Crewkerne on the first Friday and Saturday of September. It consists of a street market and entertainment, including a funfair and…


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