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Home / events News Common Lane site Parish Council Corscombe village Hall Local Groups Market Place Corscombe History Local attractions Local businesses Useful resources Visit Corscombe-Fest.org website Visit Hastock Village website Send message to webmaster Menu for Registered Users CorscombeFest Major Sponsors Telephone 01308 862312 (24 hour service) Girling and Bowditch Vets are a family owned Veterinary Practice providing a friendly, caring, high quality Vet service to pet owners, farmers and small holders in West Dorset and South Somerset Rehabiliation services include physiotherapy and hydrotherapy in our rehabilitation centre located next to the main surgery in Beaminster, Dorset.
Girling and Bowditch vets also have branch surgeries on Bull Lane in Maiden Newton, near Dorchester and at Old Mill Lane in Crewkerne, Somerset. Other major sponsors of CorscombeFest: Click on the company to go to their website Jamie Holt Plumbing and HeatingTelephone 0798 407 3185Jamie is a plumber with a first rate reputation for high quality work at a reasonable price Corscombe Fete and Fest Sponsors June 2017:The column to the left of this one lists all the companies that supported us.
If you are looking for goods or services, why not check the list for a supplier that supports our local community. Places to go / people to meet Visit he resources page by clicking here or by using hte links on the left Corscombe Roll of Honour Bryan Harvey has produced an excellent document that gives detailed information regarding those from Corscombe killed in action in the First World War Go to the History page to downoad the docuemnt, or click this link Corscombe Businesses Visit the Businesses page to view businesses operating from in and around Corscombe The latest business added is a legal consultancy run by Paul Rendell.
Use the navigation bar on the left or Click this link to go to the Businesses Page Number of visitors to the site since 1June 2017: 28931 The site receives, on average, 102 hits/day, 715 hits/week, 3032 hits /monthThe site will be going through a redesign in 2018, to further increase its usefulness. If you have ideas please send me details • Why Register. Find out about registering • Register so that you may add your own information to the website • Login To add your own information and to view member information Calendar of Events Monday19 February Halstock and District Gardening ClubTalk by Neil Lovesay: TWELVE MONTHS IN COLOUR Halstock Village Hall 7.
30pm Tuesday20 February Garden Waste Corscombe Friday23 February Artsreach eventTownsend productions with ' We are the Lions Mr manager'Tickets available from Deb Childs Tel: 01935 891744 and Halstock Community shopSuitable for all ages.Adults �9.00, U18 �6.00, Family �25.Light Refreshments, Tea/Coffee and Bar availableJayaben Desai, the inspirational leader of the 1976-78 Grunwick Film Processing Factory Strike, was recently named amongst the women as having the biggest impact on women’s lives over the past 70 years.
Desai brought the issue of workplace exploitation and racism to the fore.Townsend Productions return with an entertaining, engaging portrayal of social history, delivering a serious message in an energetic and comedic manner with songs and music of the 1970 's."A powerful story, powerfully told." The Observer Halstock Village Hall 7pm for 7.30pm Friday23 February Recycling and Food Waste Collection Corscombe Saturday24 February 5th Annuak Potato DayFree entry, refreshments, easy parking next to the station, with local arts and crafts as wellCome and choose from 90+ varieties of seed potato, 700 types of heritage seeds, onions, shallots, fruit trees, kitchen garden plants, dahlias and much moreAll your growing needs for the new season and plenty of advice on hand if you need itMaiden Newton Allotments Association Maiden Newton Village Hall 10.
30am to 2pm Sunday25 February Breakfast ChurchEvery 4th Sunday of the monthCome and share croissants, bacon rolls, good coffee, and explore the Christian Faith in an easy relaxed style of worshipChurch but not as we know it Halstock Village Hall 9.30am Monday26 February Halstock WIOur speaker on February 26th will talk on Ladies in the SkyThis will be an open meeting Halstock Village Hall Friday2 March Rubbish and Food Waste collection Corscombe Friday2 March Lent LunchA simple meal of soup, bread and cheese for which a donation will be invited to raise funds for a charity to be chosen by those attending.
We do hope you can support this initiative.It would help for catering purposes if you could book in by leaving your name and phone on 891898although passers by will be welcome.Please spread the word 12.30 for 12.45pm Saturday3 March Halstock Village Cinema DUNKIRK (12A) The heroic story of ‘Operation Dynamo’, seen throughthe eyes of a soldier, RAF fighter pilots and a civilianboat owner. Mark Rylance and Kenneth Branagh star.
ALL PROCEEDS TO THE ROYAL BRITISH LEGIONTickets �6 each from Halstock Shop or on the door Halstock Village Hall 7pm for 7.30pm Saturday3 March Men OnlyA special day for men to consider'What makes men come alive?'What is it that fires up men - is it sport, politics, sex, money or ....?Les Isaacs, who founded the Street Pastors 15 years ago and is himself a church leader, will speak and debate the optionsAll men welcomeTickets �10 available on linehttps://www.
eventbrite.co.uk/e/connect-what-makes-men-come-alive-tickets-38917530381or by ringing 07980 660912Email: JohnRennie40@hotmail.com Elim Church, Yeovil 10am Saturday3 March Big BreakfastGreat food and a chance to meet up with friends and family 'A tremendous breakfast that sets you up for the day Corscombe Village Hall 9am to 11.30am Monday5 March Lent Course - What is Prayer?The course, which started in February, is being held on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month.
This month the sessions continue on Monday, 5th and 19th March.Everyone is welcomeCome and enjoy an evening of lively discussion and a cup of tea/coffee(no biscuits - it's Lent!)for more information please contact Liz on 891898 4 Hollis Close Halstock 7.30pm Tuesday6 March Garden Waste Corscombe Tuesday6 March Tuesday ClubPresentation called Love your Garden -Neil Lovesey�1 members / �2 non- members Corsocmbe Village Hall 2.
30pm to 4pm Thursday8 March Friends of First Responders AGMThe meeting is open for anyone to attend, so please come along and learn more about what this group does The meeting includes a free wine and cheese supper Corsocmbe Village Hall 7.30pm to 9pm Friday9 March CorscombeRecycling and food waste Friday9 March Lent LunchA simple meal of soup, bread and cheese for which a donation will be invited to raise funds for a charity to be chosen by those attending.
We do hope you can support this initiative.It would help for catering purposes if you could book in by leaving your name and phone on 891898although passers by will be welcome.Please spread the word Community Room, Halstock Shop 12.30 for 12.45pm Friday9 March Halstock 2nd Friday of the Month meetingThere was another good turnout for the February gathering with some more new faces. We look forward to seeing another good attendance for the gathering on March 9th.
Everyone welcome. John Bright hopes to be back in March. Tony Woodroffe The Fox Inn 6pm to 8pm Saturday10 March An evening with John Blashford-SnellWorld renowned and highly respected Dorset based explorer. John will be speaking about his life's work organising, leading and participating in over 100 expeditions and global youth and adult development programmes in some of the most challenging places on earth.
The evening will conclude with a question-and-answer session Tickts�10Raising funds for John's charity'The Scientific Exploration Society' Tickets on sale at Cattistock Post Office and Stores, or from Sophie Sennett:SophieSennett@btinternet.com or 07802 794831 The Savill Hall Cattistock DT2 0JH 7.30pm Saturday10 March LITTER PICKING halstock Saturday10 March Churchyard Spring BlitzWeather permittingPlease come to St Mary’s to enjoy a team effort to tidy up the Churchyard after the ravages of this winter - not to mention the activities of the contractors who have been installing heating in the ChurchAll welcome, particularly those equipped with a Chain Saw or Strimmer.
There will be a lot to do, but with a good turnout a real transformation will be achieved.Many thanks from the Churchyard TeamAny enquiries to 891127. >Charles Gaskell St Mary's Church Corscombe 9.30am Tuesday13 March Royal British Legion (Halstock & District Branch)As the Rest and Welcome Inn is closed we are unable to meet there, so if you would like to join us please give me a ring and I will let you know where we will be meeting.
Peter Brinck 01935 891822 Call Peter Brinck Wednesday14 March Coffee MorningPlease bring �1 and also a raffle prize to the value of about �1Proceeds in support of Village Hall upkeep Milton Brook, homea nd Celia and Andrew Tomkns 10.30am to 12 noon Friday16 March Lent LunchA simple meal of soup, bread and cheese for which a donation will be invited to raise funds for a charity to be chosen by those attending.
We do hope you can support this initiative.It would help for catering purposes if you could book in by leaving your name and phone on 891898although passers by will be welcome.Please spread the word Community Room, Halstock Shop 12.30 for 12.45pm Friday16 March CorscombeRubbish and Food Waste Saturday17 March LITTER PICKING Corscombe Saturday17 March Halstock Village Cinema GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN (PG) Suffering stress after his WW1 experiences, A.
A. Milnemoves his family to the country, where he spin fancifulyarns about his son's toy animalsTickets �6 each from Halstock Shop or on the door Halstock Village Hall 7pm for 7.30pm Saturday17 March Coffee MorningChurch of St Juthware and St MaryCakes and Produce Prizes Bric-a-brac Community Room, Halstock Shop Saturday17 March Melbury Men's Breakfast Luc Vandamme - Mission Aviation - Fellowship (MAF) We look forward to seeing as many members as possible - new members always welcomeThe cost of the breakfast is �8.
There is a vegetarian option for those who require it. For those who do not want a cooked nreakfast a cereal and toast option is available. Please indicate your preference when bookingIf you would like to attend the meeting please let Paul Wilcock know no later than the Wednesday before the meetingTelephone 01300 321112 email: email@example.com' George Albert Hotel, Warden Hill (A37)) 8.30am to 9.
45am Saturday17 March Halstock Village Tidy Up Litter pickers, bags and gloves will beprovided. We hope to see you all there.Refreshments will be provided after at Halstock Village Hall 10.30am Monday19 March Lent Course - What is Prayer?The course, which started in February, is being held on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month. This month the sessions continue on Monday, 5th and 19th March.
Everyone is welcomeCome and enjoy an evening of lively discussion and a cup of tea/coffee(no biscuits - it's Lent!)for more information please contact Liz on 891898 4 Hollis Close Halstock 7.30pm Tuesday20 March Halstock and District Gardening Club VISITCASTLE GARDENS SHERBORNEOPEN EVENINGTALK25% Discount available on all productsMin number of 25 members required Visit to Castle Gardens 6.45pm Tuesday20 March CorscombeGarden Waste Collection Thursday22 March Party In The Park!! Planning Meeting Please come along all you talented Corscombe folks,Adults, children…come and support.
Paula Bowles 892461 Millton Brook, home of Celia and Andrew |Tomkins 7.30pm Friday23 March COGS oil order dayDeadline for oil ordersTelephone 01297 444347 today or Email to the new email address - firstname.lastname@example.org in advance Friday23 March CorscombeRecycling and Food Waste Collection Friday23 March Lent LunchA simple meal of soup, bread and cheese for which a donation will be invited to raise funds for a charity to be chosen by those attending.
We do hope you can support this initiative.It would help for catering purposes if you could book in by leaving your name and phone on 891898although passers by will be welcome.Please spread the word Community Room, Halstock Shop 12.30 for 12.45pm Saturday24 March Friends of St Mary's Church Halstock 100 Club FREE tea/coffee and home made cakes As a thank you for those who continue to support this fundraising initiativeThe draw on 14th March sees the end of the Club's year, so for those paying by cheque or cash on an annual basis there will be an opportunity to renew your membership during the morning.
If you are not a member yet and would like to join or just find out more you too will be warmly welcomed! Community Room, Halstock Shop 10.30am to 12.30pm Sunday25 March Breakfast ChurchBreakfast ChurchHalstock Village HallPart of the Melbury Team MinsitryEvery 4th Sunday of the monthNicky Butler - 01300 320671Email email@example.com (click this link)Come and share croissants, bacon rolls, good coffee, and explore the Christian Faith in an easy relaxed style of worshipChurch but not as we know it Halstock Village Hall 9.
30am Sunday25 March Palm Sunday Palm Sunday Breakfast Church–at the Village Hall.Including special activities for children Join us to enjoy a breakfast including bacon rolls, cereals, toast, croissants and more to celebrate the events of Palm Sunday Followed by a procession to Halstock Church for-11:00 The Big Churchyard tidy up-at Halstock churchyardand fun children’s activitiesRefreshments (BBQ planned) will be availableAll WelcomePlease bring garden tools & gloves along St Juthware and St Mary's Church, Halstock 9.
30am Friday30 March CorscombeRubbish and Food Waste Collection Wednesday4 April CorscombeGarden Waste Collection Friday6 April CorscombeRecycling and Food Waste Collection Saturday7 April Big BreakfastGreat food and a chance to meet up with friends and family Last one of the season so come along and enjoy a breakfast that sets you up for the day - and meet friends and neighbours Corscombe Villae Hall 9am to 11.
30am Sunday15 April Annual General Meeting (APCM)Annual General Meeting5pm Sunday 15th Aprilwith Tea and Cake from 4.30pm onwards- in the church –which will be dry and warm!Everybody in the VillageVery Welcome St Mary's Church Corscombe 4.30pm for 5pm Monday16 April Halstock & District Gardening ClubTalkTBA Halstock Village Hall Thursday19 April Tuesday Club The exciting sound of the steel band Come and have a go Visit South Perrott Steel BAnd 4pm to 5pm Saturday21 April Halstock Village Cinema THE MOUNTAIN BETWEEN US (12A) Stranded on a mountain after an air crash, two strangersmust work together to cross hundreds of miles ofwilderness.
Kate Winslet and Idris Elba on top form.Tickets �6 each from Halstock Shop or on the door Halstock Village Hall 7pm for 7.30pm Tuesday1 May Tuesday ClubSpeaker on: Accessing the Countryside Tea / Coffee and biscuits providedMember �1 / Non-members �2 Corscombe Village Hall 2.30pm to 4pm Friday11 May COGS oil order dayDeadline for oil ordersTelephone 01297 444347 today or Email to the new email address - cogssmokey@gmail.
com in advance Saturday19 May Melbury Men's BreakfastTBA George Albert Hotel, Warden Hill (A37)) 8.30qm to 9.45am Monday21 May Halstock & District Gardening ClubTalkTBA Corsocmbe Village Hall Tuesday5 June Tuesday ClubTony Burgess will talk about: The Jurassic Coast Tea / Coffee and biscuits providedMembers �1 / Non-members �2 Corscombe Village Hall 2.30pm to 4pm Friday8 June Rampisham Open GardensTo support the village hallRampisham Manor, Pugin Hall, Broomhill, Broomhill Cottage, The Old Rectory Cottage, The Curatege and Thatchers Rest provide a variety of garden stylesThe village hall will provide tea, coffee and cakes as well as a plant stallAll proceeds from the refreshments will be donated to the Village Hall and Church, with garden entry fees going to the NGSThe NGS supports nursing and caring charities and rasies over �3m a year for people suffering at the end of their lifePlease contact Ali Wright (01935 83652) for more information Rampisham Saturday9 June Corscombe FestPlease make a note in your diary for this great Corscombe Village event - come along and enjoy the day, and encourage family and friends to visit and sample our unique and welcoming VillageAn offer to help on the day would be most welcome, as it is villagers' help and support that makes it such a successThe Fest details are as follows:Date:Saturday 9 June 2018Venue:Corscombe Court (opposite The Fox Inn)The home of Venetia and John PeakeTiming:12 noon until 8pmTheme:Music and dance, starting with traditional folk, and ending with rock and roll!Traditional games / spectacular Dog Show / Model Airplane Display / Classic Cars / Licensed Bar / BBQ and Hog Roast / Ice Creams / Tea Corscombe Court Courtyard - home of Venetia and John Peake 12 noon to 8pm Monday18 June Halstock & District Gardening ClubTBA Coach Trip to Rosemoor Friday29 June COGS oil order dayDeadline for oil ordersTelephone 01297 444347 today or Email to the new email address - cogssmokey@gmail.
com in advance Tuesday3 July Tuesday Club A walk around Sherborne with Cindy Chant Sherborne tba Saturday7 July Party In The Park!!Singing, dancing, theatricals, music, refreshments,All in aid of fundraising for the church and village hallDetails to follow Millton Brook, home of Celia and Andrew |Tomkins Sunday15 July Broomhill Open GardenTBA Rampisham Monday16 July HalstockOn transportTBA Visit to Midney Farm Saturday21 July Melbury Men's BreakfastTBA George Albert Hotel, Warden Hill (A37)) 8.
30qm to 9.45am Sunday5 August Thatcher's Rest Tea PartyTBA Halstock and District Gardeing Club Tuesday7 August Tuesday Club Cream Teas Details to follow Milton Brook, home of Andrew and Celia Tomkins Sunday12 August Broomhill Garden Open Rampisham Saturday25 August Halstock and District Gardening ClubPhotography classes titles:Foot Prints (black an White)Seen in Commerce LaneA Worm's eye viewKing of the CastleA Prickly CustomerRainbow Saturday25 August Summer FeteFlower Show and Fete Halstock Tuesday4 September Tuesday Club Boat trip on the Exe on the Topham to Turf ferry.
Lunch at The Turf Lock Inn (optional) Topham tba Friday7 September COGS oil order dayDeadline for oil ordersTelephone 01297 444347 today or Email to the new email address - firstname.lastname@example.org in advance Monday17 September Halstock & District Gardening ClubTalkTBA Halstock and District Gardeing Club Tuesday2 October Tuesday Club Visit to the Deer Park, Acion (It is rutting time!!) Deer Park Acion tba Monday15 October Halstock & District Gardening ClubTBA Halstock Village Hall Friday19 October COGS oil order dayDeadline for oil ordersTelephone 01297 444347 today or Email to the new email address - cogssmokey@gmail.
com in advance Tuesday6 November TuesdayClub Skittles Evening Details to follow Fleet Club Beaminster evening Monday19 November Halstock & District Gardening ClubGardening Club AGMTBA Halstock Village Hall Friday23 November COGS oil order dayChristmas Deadline for oil ordersTelephone 01297 444347 today or Email to the new email address - email@example.com in advance Tuesday11 December Tuesday Club Christmas Lunch Venue tba Halstock Second Friday of the MonthThe Fox Inn Corscombe - 6pm to 8pm A number of villagers feel it would be a great idea to gather at The Fox in Corscombe on teh second Friday of the month in order for the Vilage to meet up and get to know each other better.
This is open to everyone who lives in the village, male or female, as long as they are over 18 One rule: everyone to buy their own drinks. We do not want people getting involved in huge 'rounds' You do not have to spend the whole two hours at the pub - just come and go as you please. Also, you can have supper there afterwards We can use the bar on the left of the entrance as usually quiet Contact John Bright, Russell House, for more information Royal British Legion: Halstock and District BranchMeets on the second Tuesday of the month, 7.
30ppm Meeting place determined on a monthly basis - call Peter Brinck on 01935 891822 for details Hilfield Monthly Clubs Monthly Craft Days 10am to 4pm monthly - no need to book, simply come along Monthly Lunch Club 12 noon to 2.30pm monthly - numbers are limited so please book in advance (and let us know of any food allergies)If interested, call Suzi on 01300 341741 (leave a message if I am not available and I will get back to you) From Yeovil: Take A37 Yeovil to Dorchester road.
After approximately 8 miles turn left at Wardon Hill (Signposted Batcombe, Minterne Magna). At the T Junction turn right. Travel approximately 2.5 miles take second turn on the left. The Friary is at the bottom of the lane. From Dorchester: Take the A 37 Dorchester to Yeovil Road After approximately 9 miles at Wardon Hill turn right (signposted Batcombe, Minterne Magna). At the T junction turn right.
Travel approximately 2.5 miles take the second turn on the left. The Friary is at the bottom of the lane. Click here to download a leaflet The leaflet refers to 2017 - it would be wise to telephone before attending, to ensure activities are running. Supporteas - Supporting you in your grief First Monday of the month Community Room, The Fire Station, Bull Lane, Maiden Newton 2pm to 4pm Come and join Nicky Butler and others In a comfortable environment over tea, coffee and cakes, you will have an opportunity to talk, to be supported, and to be with others who are also experiencing grief and loss There is no charge, it will be completely confidential, and all are welcome.
If you would like to have more information please contact Nicky Butler on 01300 320 671 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Midweek Holy CommunionCelebrated as usual in the Community Room behind the Halstock Shop on the second Wednesday of the month, at 11am - with an opportunity to stay and chat afterwards over a cup of tea/coffee. If you would like to come but getting there is a problem, please call Liz or Tony on 891898.
Or if you or someone you know is housebound and would like to take Communion at home please let us know in advance and every effort will be made to arrange this For more information contact Liz or Tony (891898) - the second Wednesday rule may vary Breakfast ChurchIf you’re wondering, ‘What is Breakfast Church?’ well, let’s call it a new way of doing church. A relaxed new event in Halstock Village Hall that just might have answers to some of life’s questions So come and share croissants, bacon rolls and good coffee, plus some songs and a talk, and we’ll search for answers as we travel through life together It takes place on the 4th Sunday of the month in Halstock Village Hall, starting at 9.
30am Church - but not as we know it! For more information contact Paul rendell email@example.com St Mary's Church Bell RingerWe are always looking for new members so why not give it a try! For more information contact Charles Gaskell on 01935 891127 / email firstname.lastname@example.org 300 ClubThe 300 Club runs for Corscombe residents. Each member pays a monthly (or annual) fee - then 50% of the funds raised are distributed as prize money through a monthly draw.
The remaining 50% goes to support the village hall. Results of the draw are published in The Chimes and on tis website (on the News page) This is a great way of supporting your local community! For more information contact Henry Lovegrove on 01935 891415 / email email@example.com Melbury Team ChoirMeets on the first and third Friday of each month6.30pm to 7.30pm at Saint Mary's Church, Maiden NewtonAttendance / membership of the choir is free and no audition is required.
We sing at a few of the major church festivals (e.g. Easter, Christmas), occasional team services and at weddings on request, but there is no obligation to attend any of these events if you are not able to. We will be singing for the most part sacred music from printed scores, but do please feel free to come along even if you have only limited music reading ability. Please do come along and give it a try!!It is really a very small time commitment and a lot of fun! For more information and rehearsal dates please contact Jen Muggleton on 01300 32147 / email jmm@isvr.
soton.ac.ukor John Perris on 01935 891515 / email firstname.lastname@example.org Weekly Yoga ClassesStarting on Thursday 8th September 2016 Esther Benwell from Crewkerne will be holding weekly yoga classes in Halstock village hall.Classes start at 7.30 pm until 9.00pm.If you are interested or want more information please get in touch with me or just come along on 8th. Also please spread the word to anyone you think might be interestedConact Deborah Childs - 01935 891744 - Email: mrcgchilds@btinternet.
com Exercise with Phoenix PhsiqueWednesdays in Haltsock Village Hall Ladies: 7pm to 8pm Men: 8.15pm - 9.15pm Halstock and District Gardening ClubMeets monthly - ask in the shop for detailsDetails will be placed here once known Halstock Football ClubThe team is meeting and playing matches. When more details emerge they will be placed here (ask in the shop for details) Shed TalkSharing food ...... talking together .
.... learning Jesus Shed Talk is a group of men who meet weekly onWednesdays at 7.15pm at the Fox Inn, Corscombe. We discuss various issues of the day over a pint and a light meal. The topics are varied and range from male characters in the bible to current issues, such as the problems faced with re-housing the influx of migrants. There is no fixed agenda and any item is up for discussion. Whether you are a regular church- goer, or just on the fringe or merely interested, you are more than welcome to come along and join us.
If you would like more information or to book a place, contact Andrew Tomkins - 01935 891083 In part the name dervies from a radio programme. ShedTalk is a series of devotional thoughts and discussion programmes by men for men. Hosted by Carl Beech and friends, their aim is to help men get to know Jesus better and bring their friends to faith. Sunday at 9pm on Premier Christian Radio. (Carl is an Elim minister and heads up Christian Vision for Men (CVM), a movementfocussed on evangelising to men) Click the link: http://www.
premierchristianradio.com/shows/sunday/shedtalk Corscombe's No 2 Book ClubA new book club (as of 30 April 2016) is being set up by Sarah Cooke as the existing group is over-subscribed. If you would like to know more, contact Sara Cooke on 01935 892399 / 07710 506785, or email by clicking here. Or visit the club's facebook page called Corscombe Book Club Melbury Messy ChurchSecond Sunday of the month 3pm - 5pm - venue changes for each sessionMaking Sunday afternoons fun! A new way of doing church for all the family, involving craft activities, songs, story telling, family friendly worship all themed around a Bible story and followed by a yummy tea.
For more information: email@example.comContacts:firstname.lastname@example.org 01935 email@example.com 01935 firstname.lastname@example.org 01300 321306Website: Click hereFacebook: Messy Church Melbury Halstock WI (Womens' Institute)Meets on the 4th Monday of the monthAll meetings start at 2.30pm in the winter months and Halstock W.I. welcomes any ladies who would like to come along Badminton in Halstock Village HallAt 7pm on most Tuesdays a small group of people gather at the Hall to play badminton.
The skill level ranges from learner to pretty good so if you have never played, why not come along and give it a try, don’t worry if you don’t have a racket as we have spares. There is also a wide range of ages from 10 to nearly 80 so as you can see everybody would be welcome. Peter Brinck 01935 891822 Paper Loading at Corscombe Village HallAt 8.30am on the second Saturday of every odd month, intrepid Corscombe residents gather in the car park to transfer paper from the paper shed to a steel container - all done to raise money for the village hall.
With half a dozen helpers, it takes less than 30 minutes - and is good gentle excercise. Why not come along and help?! Community Swim at Stickland's SchoolFOSSA (Friends of Stickland's School Association) are delighted to announce the following openening times:Wednesdays 3.30pm to 5.30pm - term timeWednesdays 2pm to 4pm - school holidaysAll Saturdays 10am to 12 noon�1 per child / swimmerAll children need to be accompanied (at the pool side or in the water if appropriate)Opening times may vary - contact the school - Tel 01935 83287 for details Halstock Reading Group welcomes new members.
If you enjoy reading books and meeting up with like minded people why not come and join us. We meet once a month in each others’ houses to discuss the book that we have all just read, courtesy of Beaminster Library, enjoy a glass of wine and have a good chat.For more information contact Letitia (Tish) Costello on 01935 891441 / 07979 204 087 or email email@example.com Weekly Bus TimesTo receive particulars from 'Nordcat' ring 01258 472164.
You will have to fill in a registration form; there are some in the Information Exchange (The red Telephone Kiosk). You need to book your seat by ringing the above number on a Thursday before 4pm and ask what time to expect the bus. The bus comes to your address, always on a Friday, but timing may vary. The return times from Tesco's also may vary, but you should be informed about the expected time of pickup.
This company is partly assisted by charity. You can use your bus pass, but will have to pay full fare if you have not got one. The cost to register is �5 per year. No other costs involved, but it would help the bus to continue running if you put at least �1 in the box on the bus, this is optional. There is also a bus to Dorchester Market on a Wednesday, so you would have to book before 4pm on a Tuesday.
Tea/Coffee and Cakes are served in the Halstock Community Room every Tuesday and Thursday from 10am to 11.30am. Please come along and support and meet friends Sequence Dancing Classes are held at Halstock Village Hall on the first Monday of every month, 8pm to 10.20pm. All welcome and enquiries to Richard (Dick) and Heather Haines 01935 426371 - Cancelled due to fall in membership - telephone for up to date information Bridge Nights are held on the second and fourth Tuesdays of every month at 7.
30pm in Halstock Community Room. Enquiries 01935 891249 Pot Luck LunchesHeld every Wednesday in Halstock Village HallContact details not known currently - visit Halstock Village Hall on a Wednesday lunchtime to find out moreRead more by clicking here Line DancingClasses held every Monday afternoon (term term) in Corscombe Village HallContact Daphne Davis for details - 891647 Maiden Newton Art GroupMeets every Wednesday in Maiden Newton Village Hall, 2pm to 4.
30pm. All standards from beginner upwardsDetails from Jane on 01300 321405 or from Lesley on 891015 Babylon Morris sideMeets occasional Wednesday evenings in Corscombe Village Hall, 8pm. All welcome.Visit teh website below to find out moreWebsite www.babylon.org.uk Indoor short mat bowlsMeets every Friday in Corscombe Village Hall, 2pm.Why not come along to find out more Indoor short mat bowlsMeets every Friday in Halstock Village Hall, 3pm.
Why not come along to find out more - check with Peter Brinck that it is running (01935 891822) Corscombe Book ClubA vibrant group that meets regularlyCall Paula (01935 892461) for more details South Perrott Short Mat Bowls clubHave you just moved into the area? Would you be interested in taking up a relaxing gamne with a very sociable club?Even if you have no experience we would have you bowling within hours.
We meet (September to May) on Monday evenings (7.30pm to 9.45pm) and Tuesday afternoons (2pm to 4.45pm) in the South Perrott Village HallMore infrmation from Peter Hinton (891292), Bob Buckland (891404) or Jane Allen (Corscombe - 891684) Corscombe and Halstock Youth Club 8-17 yearsCorscombe Village Hall Friday 7pm - 9pmActivities include badminton, team sports, nerf wars, guest activities and events.
Trips include kayaking and theatre�1 members and �2 non-members per sessionMembership �12 per yearEnquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org Halstock Botanical Art GroupHalstock Village Community Room, Wednesday mornings from 9am Halstock Art GroupHalstock Village Community room, Friday evenings from 6pm The Parish Walks GroupFor all parishes in The Chimes area.This is an open walking group; anyone may come along but each person takes responsibility for her/himself.
All the dates for 2011 or on this page, and details of each walk appear one month before in The Chimes. Dogs are allowed (on leads). Walks start at 10.15am for 10.30am (to allow for lunch orders) and walks generally end with a pub lunch. Lengths vary from walk to walk and also long/short options are generally available for each walk.Contact Margaruite Pring for details (01935 872 485) St Mary's Church, Corscombe - open for prayerMonday's at 9.
30am and Fridays 6pm to 8pmAll welcome. Silence in CorscombeThe last Monday of each month (apart from August when there is no meeting)Takes place at Gatcombe, the home of Helen and John Perris, and starts at 5pm.All welcome Halstock Book ClubCalling all bookwormsThe book group meets monthly at members’ houses to discuss the “book of the month”.Discussions aided by a glass of wine or two!Books have included latest best sellers as well as prize winners.
New members are welcome, so if you love reading come and join us.Contacts for details: 891744; 891449. Community SingingSt Mary's Church, Halstock10am to 11.30amCommunity singing sessions every Tuesday morning . All welcome, no singing experience necessary, just a sense of humour. Wide variety of songs. �1 per session Tel Hazel for more information 891113 Corscombe & Halstock Community First RespondersWe provide emergency medical support to cover the gap between calling 999 and an ambulance arriving.
We work with the South West Ambulance Service Trust. We are a team of volunteers trained by the ambulance service. We meet the first Thurday of each month for training - at 7.30pm in Corscombe Village Hall.Why not come along to find out more - we are always looking for volunteers to join our strong teamCall Chris 01935 891015 or Dick on 01935 891847 to find out more. Children's ActiitiesCorscombe Village HallWednesday Mornings - mother and toddler group - themed series of events learning about chosen topicsMonday 10am to 2pm and Tuesdays 10am to 2pm - Mother and toddler craft activities, with an outdoor programme in the summer months Sunday ClubGenerally the 4th Sunday of the month in St Mary's Church HalstockActivities, stories and songs based on the Bible.
Everyone (from anywhere in the Team) welcome. Current ages range from 1 to 7(ish), but if older children wish to join in, it would be great to have their help.Call Liz on 891898 for more information ZumbaWednesday evenings 7.30pm at Halstock Village Hall - all welcome KettlebellTuesday evenings at Halstock Village Hall - 6.30pm Meet our Local Police Community Support OfficerSarah runs a session on the last Tuesday of the month, in The Maiden Newton Coffee Shop.
Come along to raise any issues or to find out more about what she does. Telephone 01305 226815 / 07500 816292 Classic Cars at The FoxEvery second Thursday evening of the month, classic cars meet at The Fox.Worth a look in and a pint or a meal! Corscombe Walking GroupA group of Corscombe Ladies do a weekly Corscombe & Surroundings walk. The group meets at 9.30am on Thursday mornings (weather and availability permitting), for a very enjoyable two or three hour walk.
If you would like to join then please call Daphne on 891647 Knit and Natter - now called Craft and ChatCraft and Chat sessions are now held every Thursday, an informal get together that will keep you up-to-date with village news and will help you finally complete that half finished craft project2.30pm to 4,30pm every Thursday Enquire at Halstock Village Shop for details Community SpeedwatchA team of volunteers that measures vehicle speeds through the villages of Corscombe and Halstock.
They work in teams of three and are easily spotted in their yellow jackets. More volunteers welcome. Contact Stuart Turner for Corscombe (891765) or Tony Hill for Halstcok (892485) Friends of Common LaneCommon Lane runs from Halstock to Corscombe and is a popular walkway and bridal path. A group of local volunteers work to improve and maintain the lane so all may enjoy it. If you would like to help or would lke to support by becoming a 'friend' please contact Freda Hennessy on 01935 891448
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