LATEST Information

Monday September 19th

If you need help please refer to the Health & Support page 

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Weekly yoga classes by Catherine Annis are starting this Wednesday in the Village Hall.  Further details and bookings can be made at her website

 

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Over thirty people turned out in the Village Hall on Sunday night for the Moment of Reflection. 

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While watching Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's  funeral procession , keep an eye out for one village member marching somewhere in front of the naval ratings who will be drawing the State Gun Carriage bearing Her late Majesty.

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This Week

Northmoor Rd, on the back way into Dulverton, will be closed this week to allow for Wessex Water works.

Bin collections, including back and green, will be one day late

Monday and Wednesday's bread deliveries will both be made on Tuesday.

Bank Holiday Mon Sept 19th

  • State funeral of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Tues 20th​​​

  • 2:30pm 2:30pm Bowls, Village Hall.  All welcome

  • 6:00pm Pilates, Village Hall. Email janepenfold@aol.com

  • 6:30pm Bellringing practise and teaching evening

Wed 21st

  • 10:30am Coffee Morning, Village Hall

  • 6:00pm Yoga class by Catherine Annis. Village Hall. (See below)

  • 7:30pm Bellringing *CANCELLED*

Sun 25th

  • Salmon run from Exmouth to Tarr Steps (see below)

Avon & Somerset police publish a weekly list of where their traffic enforcement cameras will be.  It can be viewed here.

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Bin collections, including the black refuse and green garden ones which are due this week, will be one day late as a consequence of the state funeral.

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There was a very informative and well supported tour of Exe Vale house on Saturday by the Spiers family who bought it from the estate of Ann Le Bas.  They have put in a lot of effort to maintain the feel of the old house which was fascinating to see. There was also a display of old photographs from the Village Archive compiled by Mel Mileham, and home made cakes were of course served with tea. 

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Good news on the bread front in that a new supplier has been brought on board with the Oak Shop.  

As today is a bank holiday, they will deliver both Monday and Wednesday's deliveries on Tuesday.  Subsequent weeks will fall back to the regular days.

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Our review of Winsford Cricket club's eventful 2022 season can be read on their page here

 

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September's draw for the 100 Club has been made, and the four lucky winners can be found on the Recreation Association's page.

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Minutes of the latest Recreation Committee meeting can be read on its page here

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News of an event to appeal to keen runners - The Salmon Run which will take place from Exmouth to Tarr Steps on September 25th.

Salmon Run is a community relay run of 50 miles in 8 sections run over the course of one day from the coast at the mouth of the estuary to the high reaches of Exmoor following the migration of Atlantic Salmon from sea through the city of Exeter to the spawning ground. This follows the Exe Valley Way and a short section of the Two Moors Way.

Full details and registration can be found on the Wild Running website here.

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Bridge Cottage Tearoom has published its latest opening times which can be seen on their page.

They are also hosting a Macmillan Coffee morning on Sept 30th 10.00 to 12.00pm, selling cakes, bacon sandwiches and refreshments and you are invited to support this worthwhile cause.

They would appreciate donations for raffle prizes.

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