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Happy New Year to all our viewers

We wish you a very Happy and Healthy New Year.

Information is regularly updated on this website so don’t forget to check it regularly or better still add your email address to the home page and press “subscribe” and you will automatically be notified of any new posts. If you have something to say, or comments to make about the communities of Combwich, Otterhampton, or Steart, drop us an email at the website.

Another good source of local information is the parish newsletter “Otter Tales” which is published in the middle of every other month and delivered to every household. Copy for the January issue should be sent to barry.leathwood@btinternet.com by the first Thursday of the month.

Click on the Otter Tales image above to take you to the latest and previous issues of the newsletter.

 

SOS!! Urgent help needed by Cannington Health Centre

SOS!! Urgent help needed by Cannington Health Centre
Cannington Dispensary urgently need volunteers to come forward to help deliver vital medications.
The health care centre currently deliver to local post offices to help with the distribution of medicines for those with no transport. The centre is now looking for volunteers who could deliver to peoples homes.
Do you live in Stogursey,  Kilve, Goathurst, Holford, Otterhampton, Cannington or Combwich?
Could you join with Sarah at the dispensary and become a voluntary driver?
Can you spare 2-3 hours every 6-8 weeks?
Please phone Sarah on 01278 652335 if you can help with this important work

New Christmas Tree lights for Combwich

Each year OPRA provides a Christmas tree with lights for the  village, but as everyone now knows the  lights were vandalised and destroyed within hours of being switched on.  New lights have now been purchased (paid for by Harbour View Social Club) and will be switched on again  at around 4.30pm on Saturday  19th December.

Villagers are being asked to come along with any spare decorations for the tree from about 3.30 to help make this a special occasion.

 

From your village agent

Yvonne BulmanUse it or lose it – I’m afraid!

Do you like to read? Do you have difficulty getting to the library?   If you can’t get to the library there is the ‘person to person’ Home Library scheme.   If you are confined to home you might find it helpful to have library books, talking books or other items delivered to home if requested.   If you would like to use this scheme or make further enquiries contact Sue Sheppard on 01823 359158.

Remember your Village Agent is here for you whether your problem is great or small and you can contact me on 07572 023432 or by e-mail ybulmanva@somersetrcc.org.uk.   Our service is free and completely confidential. Yvonne Bulman