South Somerset Waste Collection Times

Coming into the Bank Holiday season and thought the table below might be useful reference information to keep on the blog.

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Neighbourhood Watch

Up dates from Henstridge Group.

1. Henstridge Parish Council have arranged a talk from Avon and Somerset Police on the subject “Be Home Safe”. Details are below. If you can attend, I believe the talk will be very instructive.
2. The National Rural Crime Network is carrying out a Survey on Domestic Abuse. If you are aware of anyone who may wish to respond to the survey, would you pass on the details. The details of the survey are below and the link to the Survey is:  https://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/4678535/DVA-Survey
3. Fraudsters send fake Virgin Media emails threatening “automatic disconnection”

Action Fraud has received over 100 reports about fake emails that purport to be from Virgin Media. The emails threaten the recipient with “automatic disconnection” due to “invalid billing information”. The links in the emails lead to genuine-looking phishing websites that are designed to steal your Virgin Media account login details.

Don’t click on the links or attachments in suspicious emails, and never respond to messages that ask for your personal or financial details.

Henstridge Meeting.
Avon & Somerset Police in partnership with Henstridge Parish Council are hosting a special community event, offering tips to stay safe on line, prevent fraud and keep safe at home.
7pm Wednesday 17th April at
Henstridge Village Hall
BA8 0QB
If you are worried about nuisance calls, unsure how to keep safe using a computer, want to know how to stay safe in your home or if you have been the victim of crime, we are here to help.

Film Night Wed 27th March

Film for Wednesday 27th March

The Greatest Showman

Bohemian Rhapsody

Hunter Killer (A story of a New submarine sent to rescue the Russian President) Very Good

Please let me know which one you would like or if you have any other movie you would like

There will be food available if you want PLEASE LET ME KNOW

 

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Ham Eggs & Chips

Steak Pie Peas & Chips

Sausage Eggs & Chips

Chicken Curry with Rice

The late David Theobald

Lorely and the family would like to thank everyone for their recent support.  The collection and donations amounted to £436 which will go to Dementia UK.

They would like to thank George for the beautiful Service, the bell ringers, Doey for her beautiful flowers on the altar and Andrew Miles and his family for their attention to detail. Thank you to everyone who came to the Service.

Lorely is living with family now and is being cared for with love.

Village Meeting

NORTH CHERITON ANNUAL VILLAGE MEETING

Wednesday, 3rd April, 2019 at 7.30pm in The Village Hall

Since the first Parish Meeting in North Cheriton was held on 4th December 1894 there has been an almost unbroken sequence of annual meetings. Your attendance at this meeting is important as it will allow you to air your concerns and perhaps offer to help on village matters to everyone’s benefit.

To all new residents of our peaceful village, we extend a warm welcome to this meeting. Throughout the year there are events that bring the village together and foster the British community spirit.  We hope you will be able to join us as this meeting to socialise with other residents and see what is going on in North Cheriton.  We also hope that longer standing residents who have not attended in recent years will come along as well to meet the newcomers.

AGENDA:

1.   Election of Chairman and Secretary for 2019-20

2.   Apologies for Absence

3.   Minutes of Parish Meeting of villagers, 2018, and Matters Arising.

4.   Gale Trust Report  (Given by Brian Kilford)

5.   Election of Ethel Alice Gale Charity Trustee (see below notice)

6.   Church Matters & Thomas Abbott Trust Report (Given by Sue Fitzmaurice)

7.   Parish Council Report (Given by Gillian Freeman or another Councillor)

8.   Speed Watch Report (Given by Graham Skillen)

9.   Neighbourhood Watch Report (Given by Lesley Tyson)

10.  Any Other Business

Graham Skillen – Chairman.  33388         James Lee – Secretary.   32671

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               Appointment of a Trustee to Ethel Alice Gale’s Charity

A vacancy for a Trustee will occur in early April 2019 and a new Trustee will be elected at the Village Meeting on 3rd April 2019.

Nominations for Trustees should be forwarded in writing or by Email to the Secretary of the Village Meeting, James Lee, The Well House, North Cheriton, BA8 0AB, jldamaris@gmail.com. Nominations should be proposed and seconded by residents of the village. Voting will be by simple majority.

 Graham Skillen, Chairman, Village Meeting

Derrymount, North Cheriton BA8 0AB

gskillen7@gmail.com