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Purnell Sports Youth are looking for players to join their current U13 girls team to play next season. If your daughter is interested in joining and will be in school years 8 and 9 from September 2014, please get in touch. Games are played on Saturday mornings and will be training midweek. Please call either Claire Burton on 07518 034988 or Dean Hall on 07718 920747 for more information.

Also our U10 mixed team is seeking players for next season. If you son/daughter will be in Year 6 from September, give Ed Bullock a call on 07809 723051. They currently train on Saturday mornings
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John Bull gave some of his Ward Councillor’s Initiative Fund to “Pride in Paulton Partnership” to help plant flowers in Paulton

Changes to Somerbus Route 782

Changes have been announced to the Paulton- Radstock Somerbus route, on its way through Paulton. A new timetable will be starting on April 14th, which will take in areas like Downsway, Bath Road,  Ham Lane and Britten’s Hill. It will be named the 82 and 82A  service.As Tim Jennings of Somerbus explained” Times have changed and we are listening to our customers. However we will still be running the old route once a day at 13.00” Copies of the new timetable will be available from The Hub Library in Paulton, Paulton Parish Council office and on the 82 and 82A bus.

Chair of Paulton Parish Council  Les Wild (pictured), commented ” It’s good to see more of Paulton being reached on this route such as the Britten’s Hill area as residents have felt the loss of the 178 bus service along this route”

Cllr Liz Hardman (pictured) also said “ The 178 and 379 will still be stopping by the Co-Op, but it is good to have a wider area served by the 82 and 82A service.

Pictured: Liz Hardman, Les Wild,Anne Lyons, vice chair Paulton parish Council and Tim Jennings, Somerbus.

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Saturday 5th April seems to be charity day for the club.

At 3pm Paulton Rovers play Didcot Town at home.  The kick off is at 3pm but instead of normal admission charge supporters are asked to 'pay what they like' and the profits will be given to local charities including Paulton Hospital.
This is followed by it being Charity Night at the bar at 8.30  This is a private members club but new membership is now due. 

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Paulton Rovers Football Club

To all car owners - there has been an increase in thefts from cars in the Paulton area in recent days.  Please ensure that you lock your car and remove all valuables. Can we also advise owners not to leave personal information of any kind in the car.  Remove sat navs and other devices completely as offenders will look in the dashboard drawer regardless of whether these are on show.  Never leave cash in sight - even small amounts of change left in the centre console are being targeted by thieves.  If you have any information that will help the Police in their enquiries please phone 101


Botany Walks
resume weekly, starting
Wednesday 9th April
 Paulton's botanist Helena Crouch


Please be aware that there has been an increase in thefts from

cars in the Paulton area in recent days. Below is information on how best to protect your car. 


Followed by advice on how best to protect your property


If you have information about any crime, phone the police on 101 or you can call

anonymously to the independent charity CRIMESTOPPERS 0800 555 111.  For general

information about Neighbourhood Watch nationally see the


Dance Umbrella

Paulton Infant and Junior schools are again participating in the Dance Umbrella taking place later this week at the forum in Bath.  Dance umbrella is a celebration of the B&nes Schools sport Partenership and brings together hundreds of young people from across B&NES.  Each performance is a sell out.  The money raised is used to fund dance specialists who later in the year will work with our schools 



9:32pm Mar 21

Paulton Brownies' coffee evening raised £226!!!!! Wow thank you to all of my amazing Brownies and their family and friends for making so much money for children affected by the floods.
Julie Harrington

The Centre for Sustainable Energy has been trying for a while to run some energy advice events in rural B&NES as we feel it often gets missed with the majority of events taking place in Bath itself.

Therefore we are really pleased to announce that we will have a drop in session at The Hub@Paulton library on the third Thursday of the month, for the next couple of months, with the next one taking place on Thursday 17th April from 1 til 4pm.

So if you are worried about rising gas and electricity bills and would like advice on how to lower them, including information on grants for energy efficiency measures or how to switch energy suppliers, or even advice on dealing with damp and condensation problems then please drop in and see us.


National No Smoking Day was on the 12th of March....If you missed it but would like to know more  come and chat about your options 3-6pm any Wednesday at Paulton hospital.

ThinkPads come to The Hub in Paulton

Councillor Liz  Hardman (pictured) has donated her Ward Councillor’s Initiative Fund money to providing 8 new Laptops to the Hub library in Paulton.The laptops, called “Thinkpads”are the latest in  up to date technology. B&NES’ IT specialist Janet German Morris chose these Thinkpads as they” were a good make and a good reliable model”. Dan Hughes a library user  (pictured) trying out the ThinkPads  found the Laptop easy to use with a “lovely” keyboard.

These Think Pads will be available for use in The Hub  as part of group lessons for people with different levels of IT skills.Hilary Cox (librarian) said that they hoped to advertise these classes in the near future.

Councillor John Bull  (Paulton) also commented “ It’s a great idea to help people acquire computer skills particularly if they have no experience in using computers” Cllr Bull has spent his Initiative Fund money mainly supporting “Party in the Park” and “Pride in Paulton Partnership”


 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. 


Paulton Junior School

Tues 22nd April INSET Day - school closed to children

Wed 23rd April Term 5 begins at 8.40am


Paulton Baptist Church
 invite you to

Easter Messy Church for all the family

Saturday 26th @ 4.00 p.m.


Free Family Film Show

‘5 Children and It’

Free popcorn and cakes!




Tuesday 9th May

Annual Parish Assembly 7pm

Village Hall




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