Slimming World is at the Methodist Hall and now Sylvia informs us that Weight watchers are coming to The Old School Rooms.
NB. DUE TO THE CURRENT CLIMATE REGARDING THE CORONAVIRUS BUG WE HAVE BEEN ADVISED AND REGRET WE NEED TO POSTPONE THE WEEKLY O-90s COFFEE MORNINGS FOR THE FORESEEABLE FUTURE BUT WILL INFORM YOU ALL WHEN WE RETURN TO NORMAL. PLEASE LET ANYONE YOU KNOW THAT YOU THINK MAY NOT KNOW THIS All our love and best wishes John and Kathleen
Taking care of others
The National Trading Standards (NTS) Scams Team is releasing more call blockers for the vulnerable and elderly today, Friday 13th March 2019.
These were a huge success last year and they ran out very quickly.
Applications can be made through their website:
A trueCall Secure call blocker is a unit that filters unwanted scam and nuisance phone calls from your landline. It allows you to set a trusted caller list for friends, family members, GPs and any other trusted contacts. The unit plugs into an existing phone and phone line and can work alongside broadband or lifeline/pendant devices that are already installed. These are intended more for the vulnerable and elder, and those receiving a high level of nuisance calls.
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Cardio Tennis is a fun, group activity featuring drills to give players of all abilities an ultimate, high-energy workout. Cardio Tennis includes a warm-up, cardio workout, and cool down phases. If you want to find a healthy, new way to get in shape and to burn calories, you ought to try Cardio Tennis. It starts at Congresbury Tennis Club on Mondays at 9.15-10.15 from March 9. For more information go to http://congresburyltc.net/cardio-tennis/ or ring the coach Stuart Bannerman on 07593 456869 or email cardio@congresburyLTC.net
If you can spare time once a month St Andrews Church would like help in collating & folding the ‘Viewpoint’ magazine. If you would like to help next week then please come to the Church office on Monday 10th after 1pm or Weds 12th & Friday 14th between 9am – 4pm.
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North Somerset highways will be carrying out work on High Street and Brinsea Road for up to five nights from February 10, closing both roads between 8pm and 6am. See attached notice for full details.FN_01
A quiz night in aid of Children’s Hospice South West will be held at the Old School Rooms, Congresbury on Saturday 7th March, 7.00 for a 7.30 start. Tickets £8, to include a Ploughman’s Supper + Bar + raffle. Teams of 4 to 6. To book a table call 01934 832592 or 01934 877050.
Create Together is kicking off 2020 with the first course starting 2nd Feb in Congresbury.
Create Together is working to make arts and crafts more accessible to more people across North Somerset to increase positive wellbeing and mental health.
If you are interested or know anyone that would benefit from coming along to a friendly and relaxed arts and craft group please get in touch with Helen on 07719 439920
P.S you don’t have to be an artist to come along, just a willingness to join in and fun.
Booking is essential.
Police officers in North Somerset are encouraging those who had new bikes for Christmas to get them security marked.
On Sunday 26 January between 9am-3pm officers from the Worle beat team will be at Sainsbury’s carrying out security marking of bike frames – in an effort to deter thieves.
The Plough Inn’s weekly quiz on Sunday 19th January will be in aid of Children’s Hospice South West. The fun starts at 8.30pm. £1 to enter. Raffle. All welcome. Other quizzes for the same charity will be held on May 24th and October 11th.
The Community Resilience team is asking residents of Congresbury to help keep clear gutters and kerbs outside and around their properties.
This will help the flow of rain water to drains in heavy storms and manage the risk of flooding. Unfortunately North Somerset Council cuts have meant that this is a job that is no longer a priority, but it is essential for Congresbury as we live on a flood plain.
Volunteers from Community Resilience North Somerset flood team (who are all residents of Congresbury) carry out quarterly checks on the gullies in all the roads in Congresbury. Our volunteers clear what they can and we report to North Somerset Council any blocked or damaged drains/gullies. If you would like to volunteer for the team or find out more please take a look https://communityresilience-ns.org.uk/join-us-now/ or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org