EVENTS

ANNUAL BONFIRE AND FIREWORKS DISPLAY PROMISES FULL EXPERIENCE

The annual Bonfire & Fireworks Display held by the Rotary Club of Crewkerne District promises to provide the full bonfire night experience with the additional attractions of glow ropes and sparklers as well as the usual stalls selling hot food and candy floss. The event will take place in a…


NEW MUSEUM EXHIBITION REVEALS HIDDEN COLLECTIONS

The new exhibition at Crewkerne Museum reveals hidden collections, that are usually kept in storage, on how the people of Crewkerne used to live. Hidden Collection covers the town’s history, dating back to approximately 100 years ago. Visitors are able to get a glimpse of the past through objects and…


SOUTH WEST ENGLAND’S AFRICAN CARIBBEAN THEATRE COMPANY TO VISIT CREWKERNE

The South West England’s African Caribbean Theatre Company will visit Crewkerne on Thursday October 12th. Tangle Theatre Company, whose administrative office is based at Take Art in South Petherton, will be performing their latest touring production of Renaissance: No One Is An Island, at two different venues in the town….


TWINNING CHAIRMAN PREPARES TO STEP DOWN AT ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

The chairman of Crewkerne Twinning Association is preparing to step down at the Annual General Meeting. The AGM will be held at the Heritage Centre above Crewkerne Museum on Thursday October 19th at 7 pm. Cheryl Newman has chaired the twinning group for 10 years and the voluntary role is…


U3A NATIONAL CHAIRMAN TO VISIT CREWKERNE

The national chairman of the Third Age Trust, Pam Jones is coming to Crewkerne to help the local U3A celebrate its birthday. The Third Age Trust is the umbrella body for more than 1,000 U3As in the UK. Crewkerne & District U3A will commemorate its 20th anniversary with a special…


CHURCH CONCERT BY ORGANIST ON KING OF INSTRUMENTS

St Bartholomew’s Church will be the venue for an exciting concert programme given by organist Jonathan Delbridge on Sunday October 8th at 3 pm. It was Mozart who first described the pipe organ as the ‘King of Instruments’. The organ at St Bartholomew’s was built by Rothwell and is widely…


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…


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