Wessex Internet High Speed Broadband now available

I am pleased to inform you that Wessex Internet now have their mast on Conneygore Hill operational and are able to offer high speed broadband services to North Cheriton and District residents who are in line of sight of the mast.

Although this means many properties are now able to go live, unfortunately there are a number of properties in the heart of North Cheriton that will need an alternative solution. This would mean identify suitable properties/land for additional boosters.  To do this they would like to set up a meeting, in the Village hall, to discuss this issue, whilst a the same time answer any implementation and/or cost queries.   They will also inform us on how to place orders and explain the process of applying for the subsidy vouchers, available from Somerset District Council, to assist covering installation costs.

The date they had in mind was Wednesday 20th July at 7:30pm.  Could you please let me know if you are available to attend this meeting so that I am able to give Wessex Internet a rough idea on numbers.

Pilgrim Singers Evening – 9th July

We are very sorry to announce that due to unforeseen circumstances we are having to postpone the Pilgrim Singers concert planned for the 9th July.

The plan is to reschedule this musical evening for a weekend date sometime in the Autumn of 2016.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused.

Hello from Wistaria Cottage

As new incomers to the village we would like to introduce ourselves – we are Andrea (Andie) and Julian and have recently moved into Wistaria Cottage. We look forward to meeting more of our fellow villagers and becoming more involved in village life in the future!

Many of you will have seen that Wistaria Cottage (yes, that is the spelling in the Land Registry!) has had a makeover recently with new thatch and the chimneys repointed and made safe again. We apologise to you all for any inconvenience we might have caused in the village during the thatching process,
especially with the scaffolding, and hope that you find the result nice to look at either from your windows or whilst out and about walking the dog! A big special thank you from us to Antonia in Edwards House who suffered the most with her driveway entrance severely restricted by the scaffolding; you have been most kind during the whole process.

As part of the ongoing ‘beautifying’ process, we are having the pointing on the front of the cottage replaced with traditional lime mortar pointing. This process should begin on Tuesday 21st June, weather permitting. We have been informed that in order to remove the older pointing, the builders will make some noise using various electrical tools and we do hope that the noise generated during the removal of the pointing doesn’t cause too much of an inconvenience to our fellow villagers. Once again, we do hope that you like the final result when the work is finished!

Andrea and Julian

Neighbourhood Watch Monthly Report


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Please remind members to keep doors and windows closed and locked whenever property is unattended. Similarly it is all too easy to forget to secure sheds, garages, outbuildings and vehicles – a little inconvenience making sure property is secure can dramatically reduce the likelihood of becoming a victim of crime.

MONTHLY UPDATE – May (below figures relate to the Wincanton Rural South beat area)

Total calls reported to the Police across the beat – 188

Of those 25 were listed as crimes, including:

0 Assault

0 Assault on Police

1 dwelling burglary (+ 0 attempt)

0 Non dwelling burglary (+ 1 attempt)

0 criminal damage – property

2 criminal damage – vehicles

0 theft from motor vehicles

0 theft of motor vehicle

0 theft of pedal cycles

1 theft from shops

remainder miscellaneous

(PLEASE NOTE: the police have moved to a new recording system which may result in short term inaccuracies in data)

Anti Social Behaviour (ASB) – 9 reports. Incidents relate to boundary dispute; neighbour dispute, loud music and youths causing ASB.

Beat Surgery:

Wednesdays at Ilchester coffee morning (when available)

Thursdays at the Davis Hall, West Camel from 10-11am

Thursdays at Mudford village hall from 11.15-12noon

Thursdays at Templecombe Church Hall from 10.30-12noon

Fridays at Marston Magna village hall from 10.30-11.30am

PACT/Have Your Say – agenda item at your local Parish Council meeting as publicised locally. Current policing priorities include Speeding issues at Sparkford, Horsington and Yeovilton; mini motor bikes in the area.

If you have information about suspicious incidents or activity please telephone the police on the general number 101 – always ask the call handler to mark, or tag, your call Neighbourhood Watch (there were 2 such tagged calls across Somerset in May).

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Big Screen Football

Fancy watching live coverage of the UEFA Euro tournament on a big screen with surround sound atmosphere?  Then come and join us in the Village Hall and watch:Football 1

This Saturday at 16:30pm live coverage of the Wales V Slovakia match.

Then,

at 8:00 pm live coverage of the England V  Russia match.

Refreshments available.