April 2018

TOWN BANNER ANNOUNCES WEDDING FAIR

A banner, erected on a private fence in East Street, announces this year’s Wedding Fair at St Bartholomew’s Church on Sunday April 29th from 12 noon to 3 pm. Over 20 exhibitors will be showcasing their wedding services at the unique venue in the 15th Century parish church. Exhibitors include…


ROTARY’S SONGS OF PRAISE TO HELP PROSTHETIC LIMBS CHARITY

The Rotary Club of Crewkerne Songs Of Praise with the Stoke Sub Hamdon Band at the Methodist Church in South Street on Wednesday April 18th, will help raise funds for the 500 Mile charity. Doors open at 7 pm, admission is free but donations will be greatly accepted for the…


WARNING TO RESIDENTS OF COUNCIL TAX SCAMMERS

South Somerset District Council is warning residents in Crewkerne and in the other areas of the district, to be aware of Council Tax scammers, who may offer deals to reduce monthly payments or to reduce council tax banding. Council Tax scammers are very prevalent at the moment due to bills…


FREE SUPPORT AND REASSURANCE TO ANYONE WHO HAS SUFFERED A BEREAVEMENT

A programme, providing six weeks of structured support and reassurance to anyone who has suffered a bereavement begins on Wednesday April 25th from 6pm until 8 pm at Henhayes Community Centre. Grief Journey South Somerset is an initiative by A E Stoodley & Son, Independent Funeral Directors of Crewkerne. The…


CELEBRATE NATIONAL TEA DAY AT CREWKERNE FARMERS MARKET

Celebrate National Tea Day in style at Crewkerne Farmers Market on Saturday April 21st, by visiting Bake Me A Cake at their pop-up vintage tea shop. Tea drinking has proved to be one of the nation’s most popular traditions and Dorset Chai Wallah will be joining the market, fresh from…


COMMUNITY SUPPORT LIBRARY AT AWARENESS DAY

There was strong support for Crewkerne Library, which is under threat of closure in Somerset County Council proposals, at the library’s Awareness Day. The event which was organised by the Friends of Crewkerne Library, attracted people of all ages and welcomed a couple unexpected visitors. The first free event of…


EARLY MORNING COMMUTERS TAKE PART IN SURVEY AT FRIENDS OF STATION OPEN DAY

Early morning commuters were happy to take part in a survey at the Friends of Crewkerne Station open day. The short survey completed by those travelling to work by train and other rail passengers, will provide evidence to help the Friends ask for more facilities at Crewkerne railway station. One…




MUSEUM EXHIBITION LOOKS AT FARMS IN CREWKERNE’S PAST

The new exhibition at Crewkerne Museum, which opened on March 24th and runs until June 16th, looks at farms in Crewkerne’s past from the time of the tithe mapping in 1844 to the present day. Farms In Crewkerne Past centres around the town and its immediate surroundings, covering the Parish…


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