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Miriam Heggie is hosting a coffee morning on Friday 29th September from 10:00 – 14:00 at Riverside, 4 St Congars Way, Congresbury.
There will be coffee, yummy cakes and Phoenix cards on sale to raise money for Macmillan Cancer support.
The Avon and Somerset Neighbourhood Watch Association is holding an Inaugural meeting and Open Forum on Saturday 7th October.
Please click here for full details and how to register for a ticket.
Firefighters from Yatton & Weston battled a blaze in Oldfield Fish & Chip Shop in the Precinct at lunchtime on Tuesday 5th September. They managed to get the fire under control without anyone being injured.
Crews were called to the fish and chip shop in the precinct to reports of a blaze on the ground floor of a two storey building. Once inside eight firefighters using breathing apparatus, a high pressure hose reel, a Co2 extinguisher and a dry powder extinguisher, battled to extinguish the fire.
The blaze caused damage to the ground floor takeaway, as well as smoke damage to the flat above. No one was injured in the blaze, which took two hours to bring under control, which is thought to have started accidentally.
It is not known when it will re-open.
The public footpath running from Wrington Road to Cleeve Hill Road (named St. Congar’s Way) will be changed from a footpath to a bridleway allowing access to horses & cycles.
Objections can be made up to 2nd October. Click for full details.
Congresbury men celebrated winning the C&D Evening League for the first time in the modern era as well as gaining promotion from Somerset North1 to Premier 2 for 2018. To cap a remarkable season, the B team also clinched promotion from North 2 after a nail-biting victory over closest rivals Bristol B in the final game of the season.
The men were also finalists in the North Somerset KO Cup, losing to Victoria and reached the semi-final of the 4D competition, losing by just one point to eventual winners Clevedon Prom.
Please look out for the latest issue of the Congresbury Chronicle that will have been delivered to your house recently. If you need a spare copy you can find them in the Library, in the Parish Office or in the Fish and Chip shop in the precinct.
Revised plans for a smaller new village hall and community centre for Congresbury are being drawn up to help offset rising costs.
The Congresbury New Village Hall Development Trust has been working with architects Stride Treglown on reducing the footprint of the proposed building, first mooted in late 2013.
To find out more details about our opening times and forthcoming activities please go to our website
The planning committee will meet on Monday 21st August.
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