There is a Batik course running

SATURDAY May 21st 2016


The Studio, Paulton Engine, Paulton BS39 7PF

Participants need to bookDrawing Of A Traditional Indonesian Woman Clip Art

Shelagh Hetreed who runs the course is an artist and art educator and has done lots of work in the Uk and abroad.

To find out more about her work and courses click here



By popular demand the Methodist Church are again organising the Children’s Outing to Weymouth on Saturday 16th July.  All children who attend Tea Time Plus, Sunday Club, Youth Club or any child related to members or friends of the Church are invited completely free of charge.  The cost for adults is £20 each and includes the coach fare and a two course meal on the homeward journey.  If you would like to come along and enjoy a great fun day out contact  Hazel (Bowell)

Weekly classes are now available at Paulton Village Hall to learn the innovative Total Release Experience (TRE). TRE is an empowering 'No Talking' physical practice for the release of symptoms from stress, anxiety and trauma. Clients learn to evoke their body's natural tremor mechanism (just like animals) in a controlled and sustained way.  Releasing deep held tensions from the body's  core can bring effective and immediate relief returning the  body back to a more calm and relaxed state. Ideal for IBS,  insomnia,  headaches aches and pains and fibromyalgia. 

Whether releasing from day to day stress or deeper held traumas  anyone can benefit from the practice.  The TRE UK team teach the six session course in a safe and supportive environment during which time clients are encouraged to start home practice. TRE UK  provide ongoing support as and when needed.

The sessions are suitable for all, elderly, disabled, young people over the age of 11, adults

TRE UK also hold workshops at weekends around the country, including Somerset.

Weekly sessions are available with practitioner Deborah Maddison on Monday evenings at  7:30pm and Friday mornings at 11am in the Meeting Room  at Paulton Village Hall. Pre booking essential.

 For more information visit http://treuk.com/  You may also want to request to view our 20 minute presentation to learn more.


In Memory of John Collins....

 John was an illustrator from Paulton who  enjoyed working in all media as well as illustrating children’s books.


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Walking enthusiasts and local residents are urged to keep September 18th this year free for a Walking Festival which will celebrate the landscape and history of the Somer Valley, around Radstock ,Paulton and Peasedown. Two local ramblers groups are teaming up with Radstock Museum ,Radstock’s Victoria Hall and Bath and NE Somerset Council to present a programme of walks of varying lengths , starting from the Hall ..The walks will take local residents and visitors through some of the most interesting features of  the  former Somerset coalfield, including the remains of  the canals and railways  which transported coal from the mines.

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Mendip Ramblers will be leading two walks of approximately six miles  through the Kilmersdon and Mells area while Norton Radstock Ramblers will be putting on a twelve mile hike around the whole valley to the north of Radstock and  a shorter walk to visit the Paulton Basin where volunteers are restoring the Somerset Coal Canal. There will also be an easy family walk along the Greenway to Midsomer North South station, which is also being restored.

On the evening before the walks the Museum will host a talk on the local industrial heritage.

John Bull, BANES Councillor for Paulton , who chairs the organising committee said: The Somer Valley is a beautiful area which deserves to be better appreciated for its attractive landscape and the contribution it has made to Britain’s industrial history. These walks will be free and open to everyone  and will  be of interest to local residents and visitors alike. I am grateful to the local organisations and BANES for contributing their expertise and time to this exciting programme.’

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More details of the Festival will be published during the summer and there will be an opportunity for volunteers to help with organising the programme on the day. Anyone who can find time to help should contact David Dixon at The Hollies, Midsomer Norton (  telephone                                         or email dave_dixon@BATHNES.gov.uk

Tennis Taster
 Camvale are running a free tennis course for children aged 5-8 who have never played tennis before. It is a 6 week course and children who complete it will get a free tennis racket. See website http://www.lta.org.uk/ tennisforkids to sign up. 

Paulton Junior School building work has begun! 

They are building a four classroom block and extending both the hall and the staff room. The project will run until February 2017. 

The incredible Y5 Football Team finished in second place in the Area Finals at Millfield last week. This amazing achievement means that they now progress to the South West Finals in Paignton, Devon in May. This represents something of a first for Paulton Junior School, as they have never reached a South West Final in football before. 


Sharing birthday with the Queen, though not quite 

as old is Paulton Village's Hub Grub

HUB Grub 

Mondays -  Roast

Tuesday -Thursday Specials

Friday  - Fish and chips 

and Pizza making

Many Happy Returns Hub Grub


The "Bells" at Holy Trinity, Paulton 

will be

 Ringing tomorrow 21/4/16



 Celebrate the Queens 90th Birthday.



From Councillors John and Liz .....

Dear all
Wonderful news! We have just heard from BaNES’ planners that the developers have withdrawn their appeals for Boxbury Hill and Abbots Farm due to financial considerations. This means there will be not be a public inquiry to challenge BaNES’ original decision to refuse this planning application.

Purnell's holiday Camp

Following our successful holiday camps at Purnells over Easter, we are pleased to announce our next camps at this venue are ready to be booked for the Whitsun holidays.

Dates - Tues 31 May - Fri 3 June
Times - 9am - 2pm
Venue - Cam Valley Playing Fields, home to Purnells, Paulton, BS39 7LN
Cost - £15 1 day/£55 4 day
Sibling discount of 10%.

Booking forms will be printed shortly but in the meantime if you would like to book your child's place please email us at holidaycamps@keystagecoaching.co.uk

Following on from this we have two camps during the summer holidays, venue to be confirmed but please do message to express interest or book. There will be a discount if both weeks are booked. 
25-28 July
22-25 August


From Sara .....

Really sorry to hear Party in the Park has been cancelled this year! Perhaps anyone who was going to hold a stall there would like to take a pitch at the Big Gig? 
All proceeds to charity - get in touch if you're interested xx

Jul 16 - Jul 17 · Paulton Rovers · Paulton, United Kingdom
302 people interested · 184 people going

JMBRO 2016. As with the BIg Gig we would like to say that if any of the stall holders that were to be at the Party in the Park would like to have a stall at the Big Ride Out you are very welcome. We have room available, slightly short notice as it is only three weeks away, but if you do just contact Des 417487

 Purnells opportunity to raise funds through Sponsorise, recommended by the FA, has been extended by 7 days so we now have 12 days to reach our target of £2000. We have hit £1100 with donations from players and local businesses which we are truly grateful for but if you can please help us out to achieve our goal we will be able to purchase our new machinery to give all young footballers, adult footballers and cricketers the perfect pitches with equipment that works correctly.

If you have children that play, play yourself, are an old player, family member, friend or even a local business please help us by donating a minimum of £5. It would be such a shame to miss out on this fundraising opportunity. Thanks in advance.

Dr Helena Crouch of Paulton is again running a programme of botany walks around the Cam Valley

All walks are on Wednesday evening , meeting at 7pm

This year a few walks extend outside the Cam Valley wildlife area as they will contribute to the BSBI Atlas 2020 Project

(The BSBI atlas 2020 project is about producing an atlas of the British and Irish flora, The first one was  published in 1962,  BSBI is now producing a third atlas, Atlas 2020, which will be published after fieldwork has been completed in 2019. It is an exciting project to be part of. )

Click here for the full programme


Dear Supporter,

As you may know, we’ve been preparing for Paulton’s Party in the Park since November last year. Like us, we know, everybody in Paulton was looking forward to another successful event.

However, it has now come to our attention that there are three obstacles preventing us from holding this year’s Party in the Park.

·         New premises licensing rules

·         Committee Insurance Liability

·         Lack of police presence

We very much appreciate that this decision to cancel the event is disappointing. However, we are working to overcome these problems and to hold Paulton’s Party in the Park on Saturday 1st July 2017.

We WILL be back!

Yours regretfully,

Paulton Party in the Park Organising Committee


Be rewarded for travelling at 20 through our village!

A member of the web team has just discovered the LV app. 
If your car is insured with LV and you demonstrated that you stick to the speed limits for 200 miles there are generous discounts available.  

How many drivers do you pass who might have the app?

Sunday 17th April

Free for B&NES residents


Find out more about the candidates for the forthcoming elections
 on the


 Click above link


Do you have a favourite recipe you would like to share with others, either for starters, main courses or desserts? Our Methodist friends are helping to compile  a recipe book and raise funds for Paulton Hospital League of Friends. Thank you.

Congratulations Evie

Evie North, an eight year old from paulton has won a Pride of Somerset youth Award

Evie who is battling a life long illness which leaves her constantly in pain has won the  Award for the way she copes.

She was nominated  by her brownie leader Julie Harrington who said the young brownie was amazing.


Is this Paulton's Friendliest Coffee Morning?

Holy Trinity Church Tuesdays am

____Send us photos of your events.________


Donations accepted at Tesco's and local Churches



News from our  Schools

Y6 Paint Pals at Bloomfield
 Our Paint Pals team were made very welcome at Bloomfield Care Home recently. Jasmine ford, Ella Bryant, Ajay Gillard, Bella Perez, Thomas Darling and Miranda Entwhistle worked with the residents to create Easter themed window decorations using collage. As always, the team were a highlight of the day for the residents bringing them companionship, inspiration and warmth. It's fantastic that Paulton Junior School has this opportunity to bring both the young and elderly, of our community, together in this way

‘Sadsville’ Launched at Paulton Junior School

 On Tuesday PJS helped launch the book Sadsville written by Martin Roberts in support of the NSPCC Campaign Speak Out. Stay Safe. They held a special assembly with guest speaker Martin Roberts reading a copy of the book to the children. A London double decker bus was parked on the playground and children were given the chance to board the bus and at the same time they each received a free copy of the book.

Ollie Wade from 6P represented Paulton Junior School at the Chew Valley School Team Show Jumping Competition last weekend competing against 18 schools from around the Somerset and Bristol area. He performed magnificently winning Individual 1st, Team 1st, Best Turned Out, 5th in the 50cm Class and 5th in the 60cm Class. His huge haul of medals are testimony to the incredible amount of hard work that he puts into his sport. Well done Ollie, we are all very proud of you.

Cassandra Wye internationally acclaimed performer, educator, director and trainer of storytelling in performance and education visited Paulton Infant school as part of Book Week


Major Election FACTs

Voters in Bath and North East Somerset have rejected the idea of having an elected mayor.

There was a 29 per cent turnout.

8000 voted for the change. 30,000 voted NO

The referendum cost £180,00


We are running a National Pool Lifeguard Course at the pool on 18th July - 22nd July 2016, 9.00am to 5.00pm. You need to be over 16 and able to swim. If you are interested, please contact the pool for more details.


Dorothy Bull is a much loved Paulton resident.In fact she is one of the longest surviving inhabitants of Paulton, having lived in the village for all of her 86 years.Today was a special day for Dorothy as she celebrated her birthday in The Hub Café in Paulton, surrounded by friends and well wishers.

Sally from The Hub Café (pictured) said “We love to see Dorothy come into The Hub, as she makes us all smile”

When asked by Liz Hardman (local Councillor) what was the secret of her long and healthy life,Dorothy replied”It’s having lots of friends and also having a faith.I was carried into Holy Trinity  Church, Paulton, as a baby and I’m still attending and sitting in the same pew!”

Dorothy  was elected as Queen of Paulton  some years ago to open the annual “Party in the Park” and she still carries this title.We all wish Dorothy even more happy birthdays.


Sarah Hutchins + Child Minding
I'm an Ofsted registered childminder in Paulton with Early Years space available on a Monday and Friday and after school spaces available throughout the week - pick up from Paulton Schools.



We have been lucky to have been selected to receive either £8k, £10k or £12k from the Tesco's Bags of Help Initiative.  The amount we received is down to how many votes we receive, the voting is being held at selected Tesco stores (ours being one of them) between 27th February and 6th March.

 Customers will be given a token which they then put in the box of their chosen nominee, the other two in this vote are Coleford Parish Council and Elim Contact Centre.

So....... vote for PURNELL SPORTS GROUP

About the group....

Purnell Sports Group (Purnell Sports Youth FC, Purnells Cricket Club and Purnell Sports FC) are all based at Greyfields Sports Club,  Between us we run coaching, training and matches from Under 7 up to adults.  We are totally self funding and are run by volunteers.  We have 5 football pitches and 1 cricket pitch and our tractors and mowers are now at the end of their working life.  We are working together as Purnell Sports Group to gain funding for a Tractor and Mower to help us maintain the pitches.  

We are one of the many great assets our Community has and we now have an opportunity to replace our tractor and mower.  

Please vote for PURNELL SPORTS GROUP - your vote will make a difference.

Wanted Players and Coach

We are looking for players and a parent/coach to take on Purnells U7 in readiness for U8 next season. This will be a mixed team. Unfortunately we have not been able to facilitate this age so far this season but with support and help from us as a club, we would really like to get this age group up and running as there are children out there keen to play
Who is keen for their child to take part?

Is there a Dad, Mum or even a qualified coach keen to take on a team? We can put any volunteer keen to manage this team through their Level 1 coaching badge and there is one at Writhlington in May!! The other requisite is completing a CRC which is standard for any coach.

If you are interested please do get in touch asap via private message to me Claire Burton or email purnellsclaire@gmail.com.


Fern Watts + Child Minding

Fern writes......

I'm a new Ofsted registered childminder in Paulton. I am passionate about providing children with the best possible care and aim to provide children with a warm and stimulating, home from home environment with a variety of fun activities. I currently have vacancies for preschool children as well as before and after school care. Please contact me for more information!




Treats with a twist now being sold in hub from £2.


Treats with a Twist is a Paulton company based at Alpine Road, Paulton.

They have been in the confectionery industry for over 20 years and trading as Treats with a Twist for over 5 years.  You may have met them at Party in the Park.  

You may like to visit their website
Phone: 01761 411278
The company is open Daily, 9:00 a.m – 5:00 p.m

and of course. ....we've added them to our business page (see tabs at top of page)

New Business entry ! 

Professional face/body artist
Catriona Finlayson............................................................................

bodypaintingbycat.com (body art/ glitter body tattoos)

cats-creations.co.uk (face painting/ kids)

A 'Hello' from.......................................

Catriona Finlayson

Professional Face/ Body Art Painter

(just moved to Paulton)

I'm an ex-teacher but now professional face & body painter, having won most of the UK face competitions, titles and awards as well as body ones over the last 15 years. 

I am mainly hired by agencies, malls, parties and events of all sizes from fetes and festivals to the Hong Kong Rugby 7's World Championships. For years I was the only face-painter in the UK hired full-time by an attraction to paint daily, which helped me become one of the fastest quality painters in the country. I also teach the art-form to schools/ groups, and in colleges or to other professional painters around the country. 

I've held a clear CRB/ DBS since 2000, and have Full Public Liability Insurance specifically for face & body art with Equity the Performer's Union. I only use top quality cosmetic paints & glitters (not cheap stuff like Snazaroo), and follow the strict Health, Safety & hygiene guidelines of the FACE association  www.facepaintingassociation.com. I'm also one of their rare Level 2 Advanced painters & a committee member helping raise standards in the industry.

Anyway - I'm here, I would be grateful if you could keep me in mind for any events. I'm happy to provide artwork/ photos for anything I work at, and as I often paint in clubs and festivals as well as at kids events, have designs that appeal to all ages. Here are some of my on-normal-job photos, all faces which would take 3 minutes or less.


YourPaulton and Paulton Magazine

will be working together to bring you details of

Events In Paulton

The Paulton Magazine will appear quarterly so if you want your events publicised within , forward planning will be very necessary.  

YourPaulton web can help  as we are willing to display dates as soon as we receive them .

So, please send us details of any events which you would like publicised (yourpaulton@gmail.com) .  The information will then appear on the web site and  be shared with The Paulton Magazine team (unless otherwise requested)

Thank you.


Paulton Social Walkers now meet at 10 am.

Image result for clip art + walkingThe group is for over 50's and meet every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the Month starting at the precinct 

So why walk?........

Age UK tells us walking can improve our health in a number of areas

Weight loss Image result for clip art + walking

Taking regular exercise is especially important as we get older and our metabolism slows down, making us more likely to put on weight.

Heart health

People who are physically active are at lower risk of Cardiac Heart Disease. Brisk walking can help to keep your heart strong by Image result for clip art + walkingincreasing your heart rate. It can also reduce your risk of heart disease and high blood pressure in the long-term.


Physical activity can reduce your risk of developing some cancers, including breast, bowel and womb cancer.


Image result for clip art + walkingYou can reduce your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes with regular exercise and a healthy diet.

Bone health

Walking can help to strengthen bones, helping to prevent the onset of osteoporosis, which makes bones brittle and more likely to break.

Mental health

Image result for clip art + walkingRegular exercise will improve your mood and increase feelings of well-being - and it can even help to relieve depression. Being outside in the fresh area has been linked to better mental wellbeing and reduced stress.

Walking can also be a social activity when done in a group or with friends, so it can help to tackle feelings of isolation or loneliness.


Exercise is also beneficial for the wellbeing of people with dementia. It can lead to improved strength and flexibility, better sleep, and some studies suggest it may improve memory and slow mental decline.



Businesses - Would you like to advertise

 in the Paulton Magazine?

for 1st edition all copy to be received by 30th April

Full Page ads £80 per edition (£280 for 4)

Half Page ads £60 per edition (£200 for 4)

Quarter Page ads £40 per edition (£120 for 4) 

There will be a surcharge of 10% for in-house design of ads.

paultonmagazine@outlook.com 413644 


A new quarterly magazine for Paulton residents and  visitors is being produced

It aims to give information on what is happening in our village and will replace previous publication such as the Paulton letter.  

The Paulton magazine will have room for letters from residents, news from our clubs, organisations, Parish council and Churches plus room for local businesses to advertise.  

The first edition of the Paulton Magazine is due to be delivered in June so if you would like to be in the first edition or you would like more information please mail paultonmagazine@outlook.com

paultonmagazine@outlook.com 413644 


Charlie is BANES Young Volunteer of the Year 2015/2016

Charlie Bryant from Paulton has been acknowledged for his voluntary work in the community.  At the Chair of BANES Community Awards at the Guildhall in Bath on Thursday February 4th, Charlie was presented with the Bath Blue Glass trophy and certificate by Councillor Ian Gilchrist.  The Award follows from Charlie’s earlier success with the Royal Horticultural Society, that acknowledged his involvement with flower displays at the War Memorial, cemetery and village centre, and his own “It’s Your Neighbourhood” project which received an award, presented by Barry Cruse MBE in October 2015.  Host for the evening, David Trethewey, BANES

Divisional Director: Strategy & Performance, quoted from Charlie’s nomination, “A quietly confident 15-year-old young man has engaged with adult neighbours to improve their environment by bringing whatever skills and time they have to a collaborative project that benefits them all.  The elderly and infirm, and those living alone have all been involved.  They have all become a community”

Amy's Animal Care

On the 22nd of May, myself and Jessica will be taking part in the Wag Walk. We will be walking 6 miles with Pepper and Anouk to raise money for the Bath Cat's and Dog's home. If you could spare a couple of pounds to donate and help us reach our target we and all the animals would be extremely grateful 







 Dog mess is unpleasant for other users of our open spaces, and can also cause health problems in children. 
Please clean up after your pet


The Carers Centre

If you look after someone, who looks after you?

The Carers’ Centre is a local charity based in Radstock. We help unpaid carers, who give their time and energy to look after friends and family members who need extra support day to day. This could be an elderly parent, a child living with a disability, a partner with a long-term illness. There are more than 20,000 carers in Bath & North East Somerset alone and we currently work with over 4000, from as young as 18 right up to 85 and beyond.


We know that caring can be rewarding, but it can also be tiring, stressful and lonely, with many carers not knowing where they can turn for help. We are here make sure carers have the support they need to manage their caring role, as well as opportunities to enjoy life alongside caring.  We offer expert advice, a listening ear, breaks from caring and much more.


If you look after someone, please do contact us on 0800 0388 885 and we can talk to you about how we can help. You can also email us oninfo@banescarerscentre.org.uk




Interested in becoming a Library Volunteer? We are always on the lookout for new people. Then contact Council Direct 01225 394041


From here on......Admin Stuff....

More details of Paulton's clubs and societies available by tab at the top of the page.

Paulton Rovers

Have you just moved to Paulton? Welcome packs are available from the Parish Council office


Paulton Library needs volunteers.

Paulton Library needs volunteers.

 Please tell us about your events.


Link available top of page to council. Find meetings, agendas and minutes

paultonmagazine@outlook.com 413644 


New entry on business pages.  Local surveyor.

 For full details of any of our clubs and societies please view and click from our clubs and societies page.  We try to ensure that all details are up to date.  If you know anything to be incorrect please let us know.  If you are an organiser of a club or society please keep in touch with us and tell us what you are doing.  Please try to check regularly that the details of your club are current. 

At the Hub





paultonmagazine@outlook.com 413644 


 Thursday 5 May 2016,

 voters across the Avon and Somerset Police area will go to the polls to elect a Police and Crime Commissioner.

Ballot Voting Box Clip Art

__________Wesley Hall__________


Wednesday 11th May
Frome Show Sister ACT


A Paulton Walk with Botanist Helena Crouch

Wed 11 May  PAULTON BASIN [6557]

Meet at Paulton Sewage Works (ST656575), where we can park tidily along the drive, for a walk to explore the Coal Canal restoration and a look at Goosard Batch Reserve.

Meet 7pm. All welcome


Your Paulton web team seem to have the following two events at the same place and time.We will query this

Saturday, 14th May

Syrinx Trio: Jane Finch (oboe), Martin Gatt (bassoon) & Jacquelyn Bevan (piano)

A variety of music including works by Poulenc and Reinecke, and a musical joke or two…

Saturday 14th May
Spring Fayre
Wesley Hall

Art Exhibition


Thurs 19th May 
PTA Disco Night .


  19 May

Man & Birds on the Somerset Levels
(History & natural history)

 Charles Martin

Thu 19 


3 days


Christian Aid Week Collections - Three days 19 to 21


Saturday 21st May
Abba Tribute Concert
Run by Midsomer norton and Radstock Lions

Sorry YourPaulton web team is unaware of the time of this event!

Tuesday 24th May,
ending Tuesday 24th May
9:30 - 14:451 sessionTurner Room
Paulton Hospital
Salisbury Road
BS39 7SB
01225 831852


 Wed 25th May
Bag to School  collection day. 

Wednesday 25th May
A day out in Stourhead


Thursday 26th May
Neil Lovesey
Wildlife in the Garden

Churches Together in Paulton
Quiz Night
Friday 27th May
raising funds for Christian aid.
Paulton Rovers
winterfield suite
7 for 7.15 START
Teams of 4 £5 per person
Drinks from bar
Mary Barnes 418200
Helen Collins 418237
Barbara Mountjoy 415796




Wednesday 8th June
An adventure of a lifetime
Jane Clarke

Saturday, 11th June

Ebonite - clarinet group dir. Claire King

Includes pieces with a railway theme!


Forthcoming Trip 
with Friends from Paulton Methodist

Saturday 11th June
The Black Country Living Museum
More details to follow


16 June

Restoring the Somerset Coal Canal

Adrain Tuddenham

Theatre Masks Clip Art

Pads Production
16th/17th/18th June
Village Hall
More details to follow
Theatre Masks Clip Art


Wednesday 22nd June
50th Birthday Party
Wesley Hall

Thursday 23rd June
Visit to the Willows and Wetlands Centre
and Hestercombe Gardens
Near Taunton


Senior Siren is produced this month.  Click here for the latest edtion  http://www.sclt.moonfruit.com/




 Fri 8th July

 PTA Summer Fayre


Saturday, 9th July


a horn quartet


Tuesday 19th July,
ending Tuesday 19th July
9:30 - 14:451 sessionTurner Room
Paulton Hospital
Salisbury Road
BS39 7SB
01225 831852

 21 July
AGM 7.15

A Fair Cop 
(humourous reflections on a policeman's career)

Mike Rowland


Community Bus
Thursday 28th July
 Paulton Village Hall BS397LW

10.30am-12.30 and 1.30-3.30pm
 Registration from 10.15am 



Community Bus
Thursday 4th August
 Paulton Village Hall BS397LW

10.30am-12.30 and 1.30-3.30pm
 Registration from 10.15am 


Community Bus
Thursday 11th August
 Paulton Village Hall BS397LW

10.30am-12.30 and 1.30-3.30pm
 Registration from 10.15am 

Saturday, 13th August 

Flute Allsorts – flute quartet – A concert with a French theme


The 2nd annual 

Radford Mill Festival 

Rhythm and Blues

Musical Note Clip Art

August 13, 2016

Advanced tickets available

Click here for link


A  Walk with Paulton's Botanist Helena Crouch

Wed 17 Aug   RADFORD MILL FARM [6657, 6757]    

Park and meet at Radford Mill (ST670578) up Mill Lane, which is on the N side of the road through Radford, just W of where the road narrows (not the farm drive).

Meet 7pm

all Welcome

Senior Siren is produced this month.  Click here for the latest edtion  http://www.sclt.moonfruit.com/




Saturday, 10th September

Carole Jenner-Timms (flute), Simon Naylor (oboe) & Jacquelyn Bevan (piano)

A Song & Dance – lively and lyrical music from around the world


Forthcoming Trip 
with Friends from Paulton Methodist

Saturday 10th September
Bovington Tank Musem
More details to follow

Walking Festival 
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September 18th 

More details to follow.



Senior Siren is produced this month.  Click here for the latest edtion  http://www.sclt.moonfruit.com/


Forthcoming Trip 
with Friends from Paulton Methodist

Saturday 12th November
Christmas Shopping
More details to follow





Senior Siren is produced this month.  Click here for the latest edtion  http://www.sclt.moonfruit.com/



Senior Siren is produced this month.  Click here for the latest edtion  http://www.sclt.moonfruit.com/ 

Senior Siren is produced each February, April, June, August, October, December.  Click here for the latest edtion  http://www.sclt.moonfruit.com/