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ROTARY SHOP OFFICIALLY OPENED BY DEPUTY MAYOR

Crewkerne’s Deputy Mayor Cllr Robin Pailthorpe officially opened the Rotary Shop this morning. This year’s Rotary Shop which will be open until the beginning of the New Year is in the former Noah’s antiques shop in Market Street. The premises is owned by Andrew Evans of AME Maintenance, who has…

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NEWS IN BRIEF & DIARY DATES

The RSPCA Regional Press Officer, Suzanne Norbury, for the South West has issued advice for anyone who has concerns their pet may have been poisoned. “We are encouraging pet owners to keep an eye on the well-being of their animals and if they are showing symptoms of poisoning please get…


THEME FOR CHRISTMAS TREE FESTIVAL IS CHRISTMAS FILMS/MOVIES

The theme for this year’s Christmas Tree Festival at St Bartholomew’s Church is Christmas films/movies but not White Christmas. Official entry forms are now available for those wishing to exhibit a tree, which can be fresh, artificial or hand-made. The entry forms must be returned to hilary.leamon@btinternet.com by November 20th….


LANTERN MAKING WORKSHOP FOR LIGHTING UP NIGHT PARADE

A Lantern Making Workshop will be run in Victoria Hall on Saturday November 24th from 10 am until 5 pm, in preparation for a new parade on Lighting Up Night. The lanterns will join Santa’s procession through Market Street on Friday November 30th, and light his way to switch on…


HARRY POTTER FANS HAVE FUN AT CREWKERNE LIBRARY

Children from eight to 12 years old who are fans of Harry Potter enjoyed becoming Hogwarts students at a half-term activity in Crewkerne Library. The students who were dressed for the part were greeted by popular character Professor Dolores Umbridge, the half blood witch at the Ministry of Magic. While…


GROUPS EXPENSIVE PRINTER ACCIDENTALLY DUMPED AT RECYCLING CENTRE

An expensive printer belonging to Crewkerne & District U3A was accidentally dumped at the Chard recycling centre when U3A chair Sheila Seymour was disposing of her garden rubbish. Sheila was given the task of getting the £400 Brother printer serviced and because it was so heavy left it in the…


DOG OWNERS ADVISED TO BE AWARE OF NATURAL TOXINS

Dog owners are advised to be aware of natural toxins from trees at this time of the year. The leaves of the horse chestnut tree and its conkers contain a chemical called aesculin which if ingested causes dogs to experience abdominal pain, drooling, retching, lack of appetite and lethargy. Another…


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NEWS IN BRIEF & DIARY DATES

Local Rotarians are pleased to announce that the Rotary Shop will open on Friday November 9th in the former antique shop next to the George Hotel in Market Street. The Christmas charity shop will be staffed by volunteers from the Rotary Club of Crewkerne, Rotary Club of Crewkerne District and…


REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY AND ARMISTICE DAY

Remembrance Sunday and Armistice Day fall on the same day this year, Sunday November 11th. The Royal British Legion programme to remember the Fallen in the First and Second World Wars and in conflicts since, begins with the parade to the war memorial with the statue of the lone infantryman…


PRESTIGIOUS NEW HAIRDRESSING AWARD FOR SALON’S CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Creative Director Hollie Myall of Boudicca Hair in Market Street, Crewkerne has won a prestigious new hairdressing award. Hollie who has been working in the hairdressing industry for 17 years and established her own salon in 2014, has received a Salon Concepts Hairdressing Award 2018 in the Fudge/Alfaparf category. The…


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