August 2018

PUB REMAINS CLOSED AFTER SUCCESSFUL MUSIC FESTIVAL

The Royal Oak in Hermitage Street has remained closed since its annual Oak Fest on Sunday August 5th, when five different artistes and bands took to the stage in the pub’s garden. Regular patrons of the historic inn say that it closed out of the blue without any prior notice…


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BREAKING NEWS

Search for black and tan cross breed Mabel called off after she was found safe and well in a field behind the Old Stagecoach Inn. Following reports of a sighting by a local man, Amber and her family left food at the site and returned yesterday evening where they found…


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NEWS IN BRIEF & DIARY DATES

Find out more about the secret power of cosmic ordering, that many of us are unknowingly using everyday, at the August meeting of Crewkerne AWareness on Monday 20th at 7 pm in the Unitarian Chapel hall in Hermitage Street. Guest speakers Lisa Cole and Nicole Dyke who run Purple Skies…



WELCOME TO ALL VISITORS WHO ATTENDED BOWHAYES LODGE OPEN DAY AND SUMMER FETE

Bowhayes Lodge welcomed visitors of all ages and their favourite four legged friend to their recent open day and summer fete. The residents at the Yarlington managed extra care housing scheme in Crewkerne were particularly pleased to see Archie again. Archie is a frequent visitor with his owner Anna du…




PRIDE OF LIONS CLUB AS PRESIDENT RECEIVES AWARD FROM PRIME MINISTER

Crewkerne Lions Club are immensely proud of their President Cecil Turner who has received the Points of Light Award from the Prime Minister’s Office. Cecil Turner is also the President and the founder of Yeovil Freewheelers who celebrate their 40th anniversary this year. In a letter to Cecil Turner, Prime…


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PEDESTRIAN SAFETY PLEA TO MOTORISTS TAKING SHORT CUTS DURING ROAD CLOSURES

Residents living in side roads are asking motorists to drive with consideration for pedestrians while taking short cuts during road closures. Several stretches of main roads in Crewkerne are currently closed due to engineering and resurfacing works by Highways. The top of Hermitage Street from the junction with Middle Path…


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NEWS IN BRIEF

A one minute silence was held in the council chamber at a meeting of the full town council on Monday, in memory of councillor Sylvia Allman who passed away peacefully in Crewkerne on July 24th. During her many terms of office, serving the community of Crewkerne, Sylvia Allman campaigned tirelessly…


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