Wander through our autumnal pumpkin trail, set undercover in our greenhouse at Middlecombe Nursery. We’ll be displaying pumpkins carved by local groups and businesses as well as a few of our own. Our opening night will see the pumpkins illuminated in the darkness of an October evening. CUPPA Coffee Shop will be open as usual – why not try a Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate or S’mores Latte…
Entry fee Cash donation to Yatton and Congresbury Wildlife Action Group’s Batmap Project
Opening Hours Opening Night Illuminations: Thursday 24th October, 5pm to 8pm. Day Time: Thursday 24th to Thursday 31st October inclusive, 10am to 5pm.
If your group/business would like to take part by carving and displaying a pumpkin please contact Leigh at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congresbury Community Café and Debbie Fortune Estate Agents are hosting a coffee morning as part of the World’s biggest coffee morning on Friday 27th September at the café in Broad Street. All proceeds from the café and the Glut Market, where villagers donate their surplus produce and plants, will go to Macmillan Cancer Support. The café will be open between 9am – 1pm to help make this year’s coffee morning the biggest ever. Debbie Fortune Estate Agents are supporting this event as part of their commitment to local charitable causes.
Save the date. The Big Breakfast in aid of Weston Hospice will be on SATURDAY 26TH OCTOBER at the Methodist Hall 9.30-12 noon. Come along with friends and family to enjoy a delicious full English breakfast, or just a cup of tea and toast. Cards, cakes and jams also for sale.
Quilting enthusiasts raised £300 for the Children’s Hospice South West at an exhibition of their work in Congresbury on Saturday (Oct 27).
The event was staged by the 12 members of Congresbury Quilters in the Old School Rooms, where the group meets every Tuesday.
Pat Baker, who launched the group some three ago, said: “It was amazing. Our members put in lots of energy, enthusiasm, hard work and served some lovely cakes too.”
An exhibition is held every two years for the Children’s hospice.
“New members are welcome – they can pop in any Tuesday afternoon 1.30 – 4.00 pm,” said Pat.Quilting Exhibition
The Big Breakfast held on Saturday raised a whopping £1,480 for Weston Hospicecare. Well done to everyone who worked so hard to make it a success, and to all those who gave their support and bought a big breakfast. Special thanks go to Julie Gosling and family, without whom it would not have been possible.
Remember to take all your unwanted clothes and items to the Hospice shop in Broad Street, and while you’re there, have a look round, there may be just the thing you were looking for.
This charity seeks to help people in Africa be self reliant by setting up their own artisan businesses. Donated tools are refurbished at the workshop in Weston-s-Mare; this equipment is made up into various kits, sent to Africa where business training and development of skills is provided. Website: www.tfsr.org/uk. For more information and local contact click here.