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Somerset County Council have introduced a scheme to keep you up to date with repairs to any potholes you report. Residents who report potholes can now receive e-mail updates to track the repair process. The Council will confirm the report, advise of … Continue reading
Longleat House First World War Commemorative Trail and Exhibitions An Invitation to Local Residents As part of our First World War commemorations, we are delighted to offer local residents of Horningsham, Corsley, and East & West Woodlands, the chance to … Continue reading
One of the Woodlanders company (Graham Harding) is due to be featured in a short documentary piece following the BBC’s evening news this week. Not sure of the date, so keep watching. The BBC interviewed Graham (Woodlanders’ ukulele maestro) and … Continue reading
Not content with featuring Longleat for many years in Animal Park, the BBC are back in Woodlands. Geoff and Sally Davies (Half Acre) are featuring in the current series of Gardener’s World. Apparently Sally is a long-time fan of the … Continue reading
Saturday morning saw fire crews race to the Jockey to tackle a chimney blaze. Two appliances attended as the chimney in the main bar caught alight, filling the pub with smoke. Fortunately no one was injured and the damage was … Continue reading
Last week a car parked at the village hall was vandalised. Someone punctured the petrol tank – presumably to get the fuel. Although it is not certain, it looks like it happened while it was parked at the hall. So … Continue reading
Gill Barnes wrote: A GREAT TRIBUTE TO DAVE COVILL BY THE WOODLANDERS The Woodlanders Music Hall this year has pulled out all the stops to pay tribute to their late Chairman David Covill. They opened with a great selection … Continue reading
Please note that Christine Carpenter has taken over from Pete Coleman as neighbourhood watch coordinator for East Woodlands. Contact Chris on email@example.com or phone on 01373 462963 Keep ‘em peeled!
The annual cream tea extravaganza produced record receipts. Over £1600 will be shared between the village hall and St Katharine’s. The fantastic results were due to a number of factors: 5 Sundays, the church Flower Festival, plus very kind weather. Oh, and … Continue reading
St Katharine’s is celebrating its 300th birthday. It has been serving the community around Woodlands since 1714. To mark this milestone, the parish would like to record more of its history. Colin Alsbury, the vicar, has issued this request: “Once upon … Continue reading