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Earlier this month a group of people joined Sarah, from Compton Garden Flowers, to make a wreath for their front door.
As you will see from the photo they all produced fantastic results.
Thank you to Sarah for putting on such a lovely workshop.
Great village Quiz Night this year – thanks to everyone who took part. Nine teams with rounds including History, Airports, 21st century pop, and Animal Facts, plus a tremendous raffle, of course! Congratulations to team: Court in the Act, pictured, for winning the trophy.
A few dates to make a note of, so you don’t miss out:
Saturday 11th September Village Coffee Morning in the Hall 10.30-12
Saturday 2nd October a Craft Day with Harriette in the Hall 10 – 4
Sunday 10th October Harvest Cafe Church at St Mary’s 10am
Wednesday 13th October CDCA AGM with a Guest Speaker 8pm in the Hall
Saturday 13 November Village Quiz in the Hall 7pm – teams of 6
Great news, after a very successful open-air coffee morning on the millennium green a couple of weeks ago we shall be back on Saturday 10th July in combination with the village working party in the churchyard – so do join us for complimentary coffee/tea and cakes. Work party 9.30 till 1, refreshments 10.30 till 12
To read Brian’s article go to the Archive page and scroll to the bottom and choose
Events Leading up to VE Day
Guests were treated to a very interesting illustrated talk by Brian Vowles about the history of The Wellsway in Keynsham and down towards Chewton Keynsham
and Burnett. We all learnt a lot about place names, local families and the development of the town.
At our recent Craft Day we had 38 people through the door. Activities ranged from needle felting an entire flock of sheep (by the end of the day), knitting everlasting Christmas crackers for next year to keep down the litter and waste of traditional crackers, lots of patchwork and needlework, crochet lessons, ceramic tile painting, someone upholstering a chair, weaving, wool spinning on a wheel and more. The secret is that you bring what you like to do and are prepared to share, explain or let others have a go.
Lunch was delicious butternut soup (thank you Jenny Smart), Harriette’s leek and potato soup (as requested by Alice who made the yummy blackberry crumble cake and brought along the teas and coffee) homemade bread, gluten free and vegan cakes and options as well as a range of cheeses and fruit. Thank you too to those who provided cakes.
We are looking forward to the next Craft Days on Tuesday 28th January and then Monday 17th February. Again, they will be from 10-4pm and cost £6.00 including lunch. Please could you let Harriette know by Saturday 25th if you are coming to the Tuesday event so that she can cater appropriately?
Thank you again for all your help, bringing your amazing creations and being such helpful and friendly people. It is a real pleasure to be hosting these events.
Sunday June 16th 2-6 pm
Compton Dando Open Gardens
Come and visit 15 of Compton Dando’s gardens ranging from large ornamental to small courtyard gardens, all within easy walking distance of each other.
Entry fee is £5pp, payable at the first garden entered; accompanied under 14s free.
There will be free to enter children’s activities.
Free parking at the top of Court Hill.
Teas for sale in the Church, alongside an art exhibition.
Cards by a local artist, Compton Dando apple juice, plants for sale – in the Parish Hall.
If weather fine, display of classic cars on the village green.