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Volunteers met at the Precinct a couple of weeks ago to clear the weeds from the pavements. Why not have a go yourself? All you need is a spade, a brush and a green bin to put the rubbish. It’s more fun in company, but pedestrians will stop and chat anyway. Join the many people who keep the road and pavement outside their properties tidy. It makes so much difference to our village.
Pictured, Jenny Maygor, Val Hodgson and Julia Thyer. Barrie Lea took the photos.
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
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.
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.
Click Here for the updated agenda
This month livestock thieves have been foiled and vehicles recovered in Somerset– thanks to members of the public. Make a note of the number to text 07492888109, or call 999 if it requires immediate action.
Ben Payne is only 8 years old but is raising awareness and fundraising for the amazing Make-a-Wish Foundation. This summer, he and his Les Paul guitar are going to be playing some tunes on Facebook. He has already recorded and broadcast two songs and so far raised over £100. He plans to “facebook busk” a number of times before heading back to school at St Andrews.
He has been asked to perform at The Strawberry Line Cafe’s “Platform One Fest” on Friday 11th August and to perform at “Busk in the Sun” in WsM over August Bank Holiday weekend.
We wish him the best of luck. For more information visit his Facebook page by clicking here.
Congresbury Community Transport Directors are happy to offer the following “free trips” to all Congresbury residents:
Wednesday 13th September 2017 to Clark’s Village, Street – 9.30am – 2.30pm
Wednesday 11th October 2017 to Gloucester Docks – 9.00am – 3.00pm
For info and to book a place please ring Pam Biffin on 01934 876082 or email:
We also offer free shopping trips on “Bluey” every Tuesday
Free pick-up service from the Congresbury area (your own front door)! From 12 noon to The Sovereign Centre, Weston-super-Mare (could also be dropped off at Tesco’s)
Depart 3pm to return to Congresbury. Open to all residents
Interested in this trip? Please ring Paul Spears on 01934 257247
Minibus hire for local groups.
Where do you want to go?
Call 01934 257247