Baby Paddlers specialise in Swimming lessons for children from birth to four years, helping them to develop in the water from the special first splash, to their first kick and the all-important first swim.
We run classes at Redhill House Hotel on a Friday afternoon and in Weston Super Mare on a Saturday morning. We offer competitive prices, whilst ensuring great quality baby swimming lessons and a fantastic service – something we are happy to say our customers agree with. To find out more visit: https://www.babypaddlers.co.uk/baby-toddler-swimming-classes-north-somerset/ or email us at email@example.com
Congresbury Electrical is a small family-run business operating in Congresbury and the surrounding villages.
We offer a broad range of domestic electrical services ranging from simple lighting upgrades to full rewires and consumer unit changes. All our work is fully guaranteed and complies with all electrical and building control regulation. We pride ourselves on a swift, competitive, and quality service.
We also offer all Congresbury residents with a connection to the Scout, Beaver, Cub, and Girl-Guides a 10% discount on all labour charges.
Avon & Somerset Police have set up a new support group and are looking for volunteers.
As a Volunteer in a Circle of Support and Accountability (‘Circle’), you’ll make an important contribution to preventing sexual abuse by helping reduce the risk of further sexual harm by a known perpetrator.
A Circle is a small group of carefully trained and selected Volunteers who meet regularly with an individual who has been convicted of sexual offences (or with harmful sexual behaviour). Volunteers hold the individual to account for their behaviour and support their safe reintegration into the community. They work closely with the responsible statutory organisations. Read more
Some of you may recognise my name – I have lived in Congresbury most of my life and my children attend St Andrews Primary School.
I am making contact with you to see if any of your organisations have any projects that would benefit from some volunteered help. My employers, Pelican Business Services, offer their employees time off to help with local community projects and I would love to be able to use this to give something back to the village and community. The number of volunteers, and who that would be, would be decided depending on what work is required.
Previous projects have included painting schools, weeding gardens, walking dogs or spending time with the elderly.
If you have anything in mind that you would like to use us for, then please let me know. Or if there’s nothing planned at the moment, please keep us in mind for any future projects and feel free to contact me. (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com)
If you have not heard of Pelican Business Services, please visit the website:
(we used to be known as Bristol Wessex Billing Services and provide billing services on behalf of Bristol Water and Wessex Water)
Business Support – Customer Services
Tel (Office) : 01225 524297
Bristol Wessex Billing Services Ltd, 1 Clevedon Walk, Nailsea, Bristol, BS48 1WA
Providing impartial and independent advice for people seeking alcohol rehab.
At Rehab 4 Alcoholism we are well known in the United Kingdom for our hard work and dedication in defeating alcoholism. Just so you know our advice is 100% free and impartial. We are independent of the rehab industry and we intend to remain independent.
Our alcohol rehab services are available to people suffering from varying degrees of alcohol addiction. Invariably this includes treatment for so-called chronic alcoholism but also for sufferers exhibiting mild forms of alcoholism. Left unchecked alcoholism leads to serious health complications including brain damage and alcohol-related liver disease. Alcoholism left untreated inflicts lasting wounds on relationships including family life, professional life, and social life.
Rehab 4 Alcoholism aims to save lives by stopping addiction before it becomes too late. Tel: 0800 111 4108 Web: https://www.rehab4alcoholism.com
Police are warning of an increase in door to door callers, often trying to sell cleaning and kitchen equipment. “We are taking this opportunity to remind you all that you should not have dealings with callers at the door. Likewise don’t respond to letters or Emails from unknown sources or have dealings with cold callers on the phone,” say Avon and Somerset Police.
“If you are looking for someone to provide goods or services then please make local enquiries with companies that you know and trust. Your local Trading Standards office can often help with details of reputable tradesmen.
“Please remember it’s your door step, it’s your decision. All suspicious callers should be reported to the police using either the 101 or 999 numbers.”
Free family legal advice is available at Congresbury Children’s Centre at St Andrews School. For all the details click here
I am a Congresbury resident seeking space for my music therapy business. I practice music therapy and psychotherapy. My budget is around £200pcm and I would consider paying more for the right space. I need one room in which to keep instruments and see clients and one waiting area.
Choirs start again with “TeenSing” sessions which are for anyone aged between 10-19, and are held at “The Old School Rooms, Congresbury” on Mondays from 5:45-7:15pm. £76 for 11 week term. Come and join us, and if you’re new, your first session is free!
The Annual Boxing Day walk enjoyed good weather and the 50 walkers took two routes, one walked over Cadbury Hill and the photograph shows the panoramic view looking over the Village and beyond to Crooks Peak and Exmoor. The second group walked alondg the River Yeo and then followed a circular route back via the Strawberry Line to enjoy mince pies and sherry in the Old School Rooms.
Most of the walkers then retired to The Plough where the Mendip Morris Men did their annual Boxing Day display to a large crowd of onlookers. The highlight was perhaps the children who were invited to join in and take part in this ancient custom.
Michael Greaves reflects on the changes seen along the Strawberry Line following the annual Boxing Day walk
In 2013 I wrote a monthly series of articles about ‘Life on the Strawberry Line’.
On Boxing Day morning the annual Village Walk gave me the opportunity of looking at the changes that have happened in the last four years. Fortunately, the Strawberry Line is still there and being used by increasing numbers of walkers, cyclists and horse riders. The downside is that more traffic is using the old railway line with a solar farm and a new farm house having been built towards Churchill.
Happy New Year!
Sing Out Loud UK wants to help you make this your “Year of Songs”! With our selection of choirs in North Somerset, there is a choir for everyone, and opportunities to develop your skills as well as learning new songs and refreshing old ones!
Music, lights and laughter filled Broad Street for the annual Christmas Fair.
A new feature this year was the mini Ferris wheel, emblazoned with festive lights, which continually took pairs of children up and over the street to look down on the hectic activity.
The new Christmas street lights, organiseded by the Parish Council, and the superbly illuminated Christmas tree added to the jolly atmosphere.
The first exhibition by Congresbury’s quilting group proved to be a huge success with a constant flow of visitors to The Old School Rooms where the group meets every Tuesday afternoon.
Sales of their work, raffle tickets and tea and cakes raised more than £320 for Children’s Hospice Southwest.
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.
Our self storage facility at Red Lodge Business Park, Weston, offers a secure home for your possessions, either in our modern warehouse or in one of our easy to access drive up to units. Being situated right on the M5 junction puts us in an ideal position for both the local residents of Weston Super Mare as well as those from the smaller towns and villages, such as those needing storage in Congresbury.
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- Do you have garage envy when you see your neighbours “who can always find what they need when they need it”?
- Too many pots of old paint and can’t find a screwdriver?
- Have you been putting off sorting it all out?
- Do you keep saying to yourself that you will take this lot to the charity shop / tip one day………
You need my help. Let me do it all for you. Tidy it so you can find that screwdriver! Remove all the unwanted stuff either to a charity or the tip.
Call Shane on 01934 833714 / 0773 9897886 for a chat and free quote.
As a guide prices for complete jobs range from £75 – £300.
Well established salon offering a range of services including barbering.
The Old Post Office, Station Road, Congresbury
Phone 01934 838834 – Vicki
Bespoke Wedding Flowers, Bouquets, and Flowers for any Occasion.
Wrington Road, Congresbury, Bristol, BS49 5AP
Tel: 01934 877000
Wrington Road, Congresbury, Bristol, BS49 5AP
Tel: 01934 833248
CJ Hole have been selling & letting homes in and around Congresbury & Yatton for many years.
Our main areas of business are residential sales, lettings and property management along with land and new homes. We are also able to refer financial services and conveyancing. Our Congresbury office offers a wide range of homes and houses for sale in Wrington, Congresbury, Langford, Redhill, Yatton, Burrington and Blagdon, Weston-Super-Mare, Worle and all surrounding villages.
We look forward to helping you move.
Spring is on the way, a time when thoughts start to turn towards enjoying and enhancing our gardens. I’ve been busy throughout the winter, designing and making sculptures and planters ready for the new season.
My first two shows of 2015 are not far away now – I’m taking part again in the Easter Sculpture Exhibition at the University of Bristol Botanic Garden (3rd – 6th April). As well as the outdoor sculptures in various media there will be a botanical art exhibition, demonstrations and garden tours.
We are a new (est. 2015) marquee company based in Langford and can provide clearspan marquees, furniture, heating, flooring and lighting for anything from a garden party to a wedding. Although the company is new I have nearly 20 years of experience in the industry. This year we are offering unbeatable prices as we try to build a loyal and satisfied local customer base. We can be found on Facebook or at www.langfordmarquees.co.uk.
LOCAL INDEPENDENT CONSULTANT SUE O’BRIEN
If you would like help with slimming then please get in touch. Losing weight can be a daunting prospect but with Cambridge Weight Plan and my One-to-One support for the duration of your weight loss journey you can achieve the results you want. No charge for Consultations. Home & Mobile Service. Flexible Appointments.
Mobile: 07749 302 652. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Web Site: www.cambridgeweightplan.com/SusanO.
Transport for the elderly and those unable to use public transport.
Contact Margaret Leimdorfer Phone: 01934 834663
‘One of the South West’s premier children’s entertainers. For over 25 years we have been entertaining audiences all over the world with our unique presentation of comedy & magic for all ages. We are fully insured & CRB Checked. Member of ‘Equity’ and the prestigious ‘Magic Circle’. Click here for web site. Phone 01934 835275
Established in 1986 Church House Designs promotes quality British contemporary crafts with particular emphasis on ceramics,glassware and jewellery. The gallery is selected for quality by the Crafts Council of Great Britain.
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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.