Our Village Litter Heroes
A massive thanks to everyone who took part and picked up litter in Curry Rivel on a showery Great British Spring Clean weekend. Thank you to Colin Higginson, Annette Stein, Alan Cotteral, Tony Greenaway, Jane Crowley, Jackie and David German, John de Ronde, Vicky Pearson and her daughter, Carolyn and Bob Paton and Andy Jordan.
On Monday recycling days, especially if it has been windy, check near you to see if something needs picking up which have been blown elsewhere. Many tin can lids were found, please make sure they are well inside their tins?
There are also many unsung Heroes who pick up rubbish as they walk around the village. All of your help does make a difference.
More news from Curry Rivel
In the early hours of the morning, Wednesday 10th January 2018, a Blowtorch Bandit attempted to rob the BP Garage/Post Office in Curry Rivel. The Bandit(s) did considerable damage to the door and attempted to raid the cigarette counter.Our Bungling Bandit(s) used a blowtorch, but came away with only three bottles of whiskey.If you have any information you should go to your nearest police...
So the SSDC Langport Community Support Office is gone, below is the response from the SSDC:'The Langport Community Office has now closed and the decision was taken by Councillors at the September Area North Committee meeting. The minutes of that particular item of the meeting and the decision taken can be found here -...
The Somerton U3A meeting, on Friday 26th Jan 2018, will be "Royal Naval Yarns from the Wardroom" by Commander J Holt.Monthly meetings take place on the fourth Friday of each month at the Edgar Community Hall, Somerton.10am start with coffee (30p) and chat. After any notices the main event begins at 10.30am and finishes by 12 noon...
Old School Room
Cocklemoor Car Park, Langport