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18/02/2017Quiz Night7pmVillage HallShepton Football ClubContact
11/03/2017Film Night19:30Village HallEvents TeamBridget Jones Baby (12)
22/04/2017Film Night19:30Village HallEvents TeamPrivate Peacefull (12)
23/04/2017Tree Planting CeremonytbatbaEvents Team
22/05/2017Film Night19:30Village HallEvents TeamGirl on the Train (15)
10/06/2017EventtbaCowleazeEvents Team
02/09/2017Flower Show14:00Village Hall
10/09/2017Serena's Soapbox ChallengetbaGreat Lane Raceway
10/09/201710K & Fun RuntbaRecreation FieldEvents Team
14/10/2017Medieval NighttbaVillage HallEvents Team
04/11/2017Fireworks19:30Village HallEvents TeamBonfire
09/12/2017Christmas MarkettbaVillage HallEvents Team

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Draw Results 4 Weeks Ending 22 January 2017

4 Weeks ending 22th January 2017 Jackpot 1st 2nd
01 January 62 Roger Cripps22 Pete Morris
08 January 25 Pete Morris55 Brian Welch
15 January 93 Emily Fitchett22 Pete Morris
22 January15 Janice Margrett 63 Shirley Brister26 Nick Gibbons
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Draw Results 4 Weeks Ending 25th December 2016

4 Weeks ending 25th December 2016 Jackpot 1st 2nd
04 December 6 Ann Suosilta33 Paul England
11 December 9 Ron Hastings47 Bernadette Close
18 December 2 Anne Hill38 Ian Hawkins
25 December45 Mrs E Stoker 6 Ann Suosilta48 Amy Cook
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Date announced for 2017 Serena's Soapbox Challenge

Following lengthy discussions over the weekend to hold the 2017 race, I can confirm that the challenge will take place on Sunday September 3rd. As with last year, live entertainment and refreshments will be available throughout the day. You have 7 months to get your soapbox ready so no excuses. Tom Dawson.

2016 Serena's Soapbox Challenge Video & Photos

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Salt for Ice Conditions


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A Plea for help from St. Margaret's Hospice

Over 1,200 volunteers help St. Margaret's care for people at the end of their lives.

We have a number of roles, from Ward and Admin volunteers to teams of people helping at our fundraising events attended by thousands of people. All our volunteers contribute to helping St. Margaret's make each day count for patients across Somerset.

We are in need of some volunteers to help our fundraising department with collection tins and collection days in local supermarkets.

I'd be really grateful if you could inform your readers and ask them to get in touch on 0845 345 9671.

Hollie Cashmore St. Margaret's Hospice 01823 365621

St. Margaret’s Somerset Hospice Heron Drive, Bishops Hull, Taunton, Somerset, TA1 5HA

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Draw Results 4 Weeks Ending 27th November 2016

4 Weeks ending 27th November 2016 Jackpot 1st 2nd
06 November 10 Alec Grant30 Emma Rees
13 November 4 Heather Copeland42 Dee Male
20 November 28 Don Horgan56 Muriel Callow
27 November96 Sophie Fitchett 7 Robert Rowswell93 Emily Fitchett
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Stay well this winter

Winter can be seriously bad for our health but there a number of things you can do to keep you and your family well this winter.

Don’t delay in getting your flu jab. The vaccine takes around 10-14 days to be effective so getting vaccinated now will protect you in time for Christmas and into January when cases of flu are known to increase.

You are eligible to receive a free NHS flu jab from your GP if you:

* are 65 years of age or over * are pregnant * have certain medical conditions * are living in a long-stay residential care home or other long-stay care facility * receive a carer's allowance, or you are the main carer for an elderly or disabled person whose welfare may be at risk if you fall ill

Here are some top tips about staying well this winter:

* At the first sign of a cough or cold, get immediate advice from your pharmacist before it gets more serious * Speak to your pharmacist about medicines you should have in stock over winter * Remember to pick up prescription medications before the Christmas holidays start as many GPs and pharmacies will close over the holidays * It is important to keep warm in winter, so heat your home to at least 18°C (65°F), if you can, you might prefer your living room to be slightly warmer

· Don’t delay, if you are eligible for a free NHS vaccination get it now, it is free because you need it.

Please also look out for the more vulnerable people you know this winter in your community and support them where you can with the Stay Well This Winter advice and make use of all the local help that’s available – it could be a lifesaver.

You can watch the NHS Lewisham choir ‘Stay Well This Winter’ video here

There is full advice and information to Stay Well This Winter at

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Serena's Soapbox Challenge 2016

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