Come and fulfill all your Christmas shopping needs with our local craft makers and businesses. After visiting Father Christmas, your children can watch “Polar Express” (supervised by trained staff) while you browse and enjoy mulled wine, so come along and shop for that special occasion.
Come and meet up with friends and start your Christmas shopping early. Saturday 10th November between 10am and 12 noon at Otterhampton Village Hall. Lots of beautiful hand made crafts, including glass, stationary, jewellery and cards to choose from as well as home grown vegetables and plants, home made savouries, jams, chutneys, soups, bread and apple juices. Refreshments also available with home made cakes.
There’s still time, but please try and return your completed cycling survey by Wednesday 31st October. You can drop your completed form off at the Post Office, deliver it to 15 Brookside, or email your response to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks to those who have provided feedback – we need your views. Keep your eye on the website for the results of the survey.
There will be another opportunity to get up to date with the development at Steart as members of the project team will once again be on site at the Stert Drove compound this Friday 26 October at 6.00pm. In particular Kevin Peberdy, a director from WWT, will be present to give a short talk on their future plans for the site.If you have any questions regarding the project or the site, please come along.
Paul Gripton received a Somerset County Council Chairman’s Award for Service to the Community at a Ceremony in Taunton last Thursday 18th October. The citation read: –“Otterhampton Parish Council is delighted that Paul Gripton’s service to our community has been recognised by this award. Paul has earned the gratitude and respect of everyone by his tireless efforts on behalf of our community, but particularly in identifying, researching and leading the community’s response to the challenges imposed by EDF’s proposals for Combwich with great skill and dedication”. Continue reading Paul Gripton Honoured→
You cannot help but notice the removal of turf at the entrance to Combwich and wondered what is happening. This is the start of the creation of a wild flower meadow by volunteers from the village. The work will continue next Saturday 20th October from 10am and volunteers are needed to complete this stage of the work. If you can give us an hour or two to enhance our village it would be much appreciated.. For more information contact Liz on (01278) 652687
Do come and enjoy Combwich Village Market this Saturday 13th October 10am to 12 noon, take the opportunity to get organized and do some early Christmas shopping. There is a wide variety of hand made crafts including hand engraved glass, hand made jewelry, and hand crafted stationery products to choose from, as well as fresh garden veg.,duck eggs, plants, fresh apple juice, home made jam, chutneys, soup, cakes and bread and to finish your shopping enjoy a cuppa and home made cake.
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