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The latest Neighbourhood Watch newsletter for Somerset has now been issued. To read it please click here
Congresbury’s new village hall project team is looking to raise up to £400,000 from villagers as the scheme enters its critical fund-raising stage.
At this stage, the community and sports club members are being asked to make a ‘pledge’ – a non-binding promise that at a later date they will invest in Community Shares or donate through a ‘buy a brick’ scheme.
The target is to raise an optimum of £400,000 with an absolute minimum of £250,000, explained Ian Sheppard on behalf of the project team. Read More »
Avon & Somerset Constabulary have reported that during the early hours of 6 June a window at a commercial property in Kent Road, Congresbury was broken and access gained inside. Alcohol and packs of chewing gum were stolen.
During the late evening of 4 June damage was caused to garden ornaments in the garden of a property in The Lyes, Congresbury.
The Avon and Somerset Neighbourhood Watch Association (ASNWA) would like to invite you to attend a Neighbourhood Watch Network (NWN) event on Wednesday 20th June 2018 at Police Headquarters, Portishead. The event will run from 9.30am (Registration) then 10am to 4:30pm.
The NWN are holding regional events to showcase new, practical Crime & Vulnerability Toolkits and NW Development Seminars.
In consultation with their principle funder the Home Office they have secured funding to develop a set of 5 practical Toolkits on various crime and vulnerability issues. For full information click here.
1st Congresbury Cubs (Panthers) held a fundraising breakfast on Saturday, 14th April at Congresbury Scout Hut.
Nearly a hundred customers came and about eighteen Cubs helped to take orders, deliver food and clean up. The leaders cooked eggs, bacon, sausage, baked beans, mushrooms and toast.
We raised £365 which will go to our London trip in November.
We would like to thank anyone who supported the breakfast.
By Emily, Alice, Alex, Euan, Jac, Ed and Theo
Congresbury Residents Action Group (CRAG) has learned that a number of significant changes to Wrington Lane proposed by land agents Gladman are to be rejected by North Somerset Council’s highways department.
We thank a reader of our website who has suggested we share an important guide which came out last week. They found it was very thorough and liked the summery in each section with actionable items for the parent/teacher.
Cllr Tom Leimdorfer (Congresbury & Puxton Ward) will not be holding regular surgeries at the library on the last Friday of the month. He volunteers in the library twice a month, and is easy to contact by phone 01934 830435 or email; email@example.com
Plans for a new village hall and community centre in Congresbury will enter a critical phase in the next few months.
So far more than £71,000 has been raised towards the project with £8,200 raised last year. In the next couple of months, the project volunteers will issue an invitation to pledge money towards the build cost.
“We have set a target of the community investing £400,000 in the building; the absolute minimum that must be raised will be £250,000,” said Ian Sheppard on behalf of the project team.
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The New Village Hall / Community Centre project have changed their Facebook presence from a group to a page so that there is no longer a need to become a member. The page can been found using this link https://www.facebook.com/congresburyvillagehall/ or by searching for ‘Congresbury village hall page’ on Facebook.
Micheal Greaves sets out to answer a question many have been asking.
Those who walk over the Millennium Bridge to either stroll around the Green or make their way to school or the shops will notice something missing. All the fish in the River Yeo have disappeared.
A chance discussion with a fisherman on Christmas Eve, provided the answer. The River Yeo has been over fished on a massive scale. Nothing to do with Brexit or the EU quotas but cormorants. These large black birds with a formidable beak and the ability to swim under water have cleaned out the river.