ARCHIE AND PALS EMBARK ON ENCHANTING ADVENTURES IN NEW CHILDRENS BOOK

Archie and his pals embark on a series of enchanting adventures in a new childrens’ book, written and illustrated by local author, Anushka du Puget. Lord Archibald, a friendly and inquisitive Schnauzer, is joined on his escapades by canine friends Bentley, a smart Chihuahua, Coco, a feisty Yorkshire terrier and…


BUSINESS GROUP PRESENTATIONS ON SMALL BUSINESSES AND RE-LAUNCH OF TRADING

The next online meeting of Crewkerne Business Group, from 9 am – 10 am on Thursday March 18th, will include presentations by Ruth and Keith Lambert from the Federation of Small Businesses and Rachel Knight on the Re-Launch and Fiverfest for Crewkerne shops and businesses, who have been closed during…


COMMUNITY SUPPORT SCHEME PROVED VITAL DURING PANDEMIC CELEBRATES 1ST ANNIVERSARY

A community support scheme which has provided essential services to local residents who are vulnerable or have been shielding or isolating during the Covid-19 pandemic, celebrates its 1st anniversary today. The Be A Good Neighbour charity, run by Crewkerne Community Church with a large team of volunteers, began 12 months…



TOWN COUNCILLORS UNANIMOUS IN REFUSING OUTLINE PLANNING FOR 85 HOMES NEAR A30

Crewkerne Town Councillors were unanimous in recommending refusal of an outline planning application for the development of up to 85 dwellings on land at Gold Well Farm, at Monday’s meeting of the Planning and Highways Committee. Voicing strong opposition to the proposals by Gleeson Strategic Land Ltd, Councillors were reminded…


GRIT BINS INSTALLED ON BUSY ROAD REFUSED UPGRADED STATUS BY HIGHWAYS

Two grit bins have been installed on Ashlands Road by Crewkerne Town Council. The busy feeder road between North Street and Yeovil Road has been refused upgraded status by Somerset County Highways, despite an increase in heavy goods vehicles and milk tankers using it as a main route. Deputy Clerk,…


LIBRARY REOPENS MORNINGS FOR COLLECTION OF PRE-ORDERED BOOKS AND RETURNS

Crewkerne Library reopened yesterday morning for those wishing to collect books that have been pre-ordered online or to return books on loan. The library in Falkland Square will be open for limited services on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday mornings from 9.30 am until 1 pm and on Saturdays from…




ROTARIANS MISSING YOUTH PROJECTS BUT CONTINUING TO SUPPORT LOCAL COMMUNITY

The Rotary Club of Crewkerne is missing working with schools on its well established youth projects but members are continuing to work behind the scenes and donate to local and worthy causes. Although the Covid-19 pandemic has curtailed annual activities such as the Young Chef and Young Musician competitions, the…


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