Church Cleaning – Saturday 5 May !!

We will be pleased to see you on Saturday morning at 10am for our Annual Church Cleaning   !!  Bring your dusters and polish and brass cleaning equipment and join us – refreshments will be provided !

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Thursday Craft Evening

Come along to our Craft Evening on Thursday 3 May at Overdale, Hardings Lane at 7.30pm.

Some of you have been busy knitting bonnets for premature babies and making bags for cancer patients.

Come along with your current craft project to chat and share ideas.

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Royal Wedding Update

The Wedding ceremony starts at 1200hrs on the big screen, there will be Tea & Coffee + alcoholic drinks available and some small snacks during the service.

The Hog Roast + other hot foods will be ready approx. 1430hrs If its a sunny day there will be seating outside

There will be a Bar with Draft Cider, Beer Wines and Soft drinks so no need to bring your own bottles

Football starts at 1600hrs

Neighbourhood Watch

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Rural communities are being encouraged to have their say as part of the 2018 National Rural Crime Survey, to help better understand the true picture of crime and anti-social behaviour in rural areas and the impact it has on local people who live and work there.

According to the National Rural Crime Network, rural crime is still being under-reported. Three years on from their last survey, they are keen for people who make up rural areas across the country to once again share their views on the policing of rural communities.

The feedback from the survey will be used to help shape the future of crime prevention and rural policing. You can take part in the Rural Crime Survey by visiting http://www.nationalruralcrimenetwork.net/ and you have until June 10, 2018 to respond.

Avon and Somerset Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens said: “Rural crime affects the livelihoods of farmers, smallholders and rural businesses and presents some real challenges for the wider rural areas. In Somerset we have a large rural community and many people who work in farming and other rural industries. It’s important they have a voice and that the police service understands the impact of rural crime on them.

“Rural crime is already the focus of a lot of effort locally with a dedicated rural crime team, a rural crime forum which many local organisations are a part of and Farm and Horse watches across Avon and Somerset. We’re already in a strong position but any additional knowledge from the survey will further help the police in their efforts tackling rural crime. I’d encourage people to spare a few minutes to tell us what they think.”

Rural crime is typically associated with the countryside such as wildlife and heritage crime, farm equipment and animal thefts. However, alongside this there have also been examples of fraud and other scams, with criminals deliberately targeting isolated, vulnerable people.

If you’ve experienced rural crime in Avon and Somerset you can get in touch with the rural crime team by texting 07492 888109 or if you would like to remain anonymous, you can make a report online through Crimestoppers or by calling them on 0800 555111.

On May 1, the Constabulary are launching a new rural crime Facebook page which local people can follow. For crime prevention information you can also join your local Farm Watch by contacting the rural crime team at ruralcrimeteam@avonandsomerset.police.uk.

If you’ve been the victim of crime you can report it by calling 101 (non-emergency), 999 (in an emergency) or online at http://www.avonandsomerset.police.uk

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

Village Hall Meeting

There will be Raffle tickets on sale tomorrow night for the Hog Roast on the 19th May, there will be a fantastic prize so don’t forget to bring some loose change. If there is anyone NOT yet booked for the Hog Roast you have until tomorrow night to do so as we now have 90 people coming and that is nearly our maximum.

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Royal Wedding Update

Good Morning All

We now have 81 people for the above event, so in addition to the Hog Roast there will be Legs of Lamb, Roast Chickens + Burgers and other tasty bites.

If anyone would like to make a Cake or some kind of sweet that would be very much appreciated

Lets hope the Sun shines