September 2017

FREE SUPPORT AND REASSURANCE AFTER A BEREAVEMENT

Grief Journey South Somerset is celebrating its fourth year providing free support and reassurance to anyone who has suffered a bereavement in the local community. The programme provides six weeks of structured help and suggestions to face the future, working in association with leading grief counsellor Dr Bill Webster, this…


EVENING OF FOLK AND COUNTRY MUSIC

An evening of folk and country music with the talented Farey Family will take place at Henhayes Community Centre on Friday September 29th at 7.45 pm. The Farey Family who live in Somerset have been singing and playing together for years and are becoming more recognised in the local area…


FAREWELL PARTY FOR CHARITY SHOP EMPLOYEE BEFORE MAJOR SHOP REFIT

A farewell party for Sue Hart, the assistant manager at the Red Cross shop in Crewkerne, took place before a major shop refit took place, which has now been successfully completed. The get together and farewell for Sue was held in Bilbys cafe where a buffet was served. Sue was…



AWARD WINNING FOOD AND DRINK AT FARMERS MARKET

Stall holders offering a rich variety of award winning food and drink will be back at Crewkerne Farmers Market on Saturday September 16th from 9 am until 1 pm. The monthly market which began 2017 with a new location in front of Henhayes Community Centre, has seen a steady amount…


GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO RESEARCH FAMILY HISTORY AT CEMETERY OPEN DAY

Visitors to the Open Day at Townsend Cemetery in Crewkerne, had a great opportunity to research family history and find family graves by looking through the burial records, made available in the chapel. Despite the heavy rain at times, the event was once again declared a success, with at least…


FILM MAKERS SHOW STEAM RAILWAY FILM AT MONTHLY MEETING

The Anoraks group presented their latest film about the steam trains that run on the West Somerset Railway at the September meeting of Crewkerne & District U3A. With 100 people at the Henhayes Community Centre to hear the talk, it was almost standing room only. The presentation proved to be…


RIDE AND STRIDE FOR SOMERSET CHURCHES

Two local residents decided to take part in this years Ride and Stride for Somerset Churches Trust when they heard that their local vicar, who is also the Rural Dean of Crewkerne, Reverend Jonathan Morris was still on sabbatical. Paul and Diane Bradly of Misterton, feared that a vacuum and…


BUSINESS CHAMBER GIVEN NEW LEASE OF LIFE

Crewkerne Area Business Chamber has been given a new lease of life although all its activities will remain in suspension until the AGM on Wednesday October 18th at 6 pm in Bilbys Cafe in Market Street. The business chamber encountered problems last month when three of its executive committee members…


COMMUNITY SAFETY DAY NUMBERS DOWN

Crewkerne’s annual Community Safety Day took place outside the town hall in Market Square. Numbers attending the event this year were ‘disappointingly low’. The event was moved away from its previous prominent town centre location in Falkland Square, due to the number of vehicles that would be attending. Exhibitors included…


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