Royal Wedding Saturday 19th May 2018 FREE Barbecue and Celebration

Image result for royal wedding 2018We are pleased to invite all residents to a Barbecue in the Village Hall to join in the celebrations of the marriage of Prince Harry and Megan Markle. You can watch it live on the big screen in the hall then move outside for a fantastic feast with a buffet style barbecue with lots of meat salad jacket potatoes and sweets.

The wedding starts at 1200 hrs so come along early for coffee and biscuits

All food FREE of charge, there will be drinks available if required

If you want to make it a full day the FA. Cup Final will be on in the hall from 1600hrs

Please let us know ASAP if you would like to come

ronperry58@yahoo.co.uk

LETS HAVE A PARTY !!!!!!!!!!!

Lent Lunch – Saturday 24 February

A reminder to join us for our Lent Lunch in the Village Hall from 12.30 – 2pm.  There will be a choice of Soups with a roll, cheese, apples and tea or coffee.  There is no charge – donations are invited.  All proceeds will go to Tearfund.

Matthew 6:11 – ‘Give us this day our daily bread’

 ‘Missing a meal or two can give us an inkling of how life is for many people across the world who survive on one meal a day.’

Poverty is not God’s plan. You are. Help heal a world in need.

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Thank you !

Sunday Roast Pork Lunch

On Sunday the 18th March we will be holding a 3 course Sunday lunch starting at 1300hrs. Its been a long time since our last one so lets try and get a good response, please let me know ASAP if you would like to attend.

Price is £9.50 per Adult and £5.00 per child Glass of wine included

Please reply to

ronperry58@yahoo.co.uk

NHW – Farm alert

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Force-wide message – Livestock Worrying

This message is sent on behalf of our Rural Crime Teamed and aimed at all dog walkers and we would be grateful if you could pass this on:

Livestock worrying is a big issue especially as we approach the Spring. We are seeing an increase in such reports and would like to take this opportunity to politely remind dog walkers to keep their animals on leads around livestock.

Remember to follow the Countryside Code, https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/the-countryside-code/the-countryside-code especially during lambing season.

If your dog attacks livestock, you could end up being responsible for offences including criminal damage and sheep worrying, as well as potential prosecution for offences under the Dangerous Dogs Act.

Farmers also have the right to shoot dogs that are worrying or attacking livestock. We don’t want anyone to lose their beloved family pet.

The Avon and Somerset Police Rural Crime Team recommends:

• Always checking for livestock in fields when walking your dog/s

• Always making sure you shut gates behind you

When in or near fields with livestock, keep your dog/s on a lead and under control at all times. The only time you should release your dog is in the event of being chased by cattle. By restraining the dog in this circumstance you put yourself at risk of being injured

• If you live near livestock and own a dog/s make sure that your property and garden are secure so your pets cannot escape

Leading rural insurer NFU Mutual saw a 50% rise in dogs attacks on livestock in the UK in 2016.

You were sent this message because you are in the following group(s): North Cheriton (North Cheriton, BA80AQ).

 

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