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Priddy Christmas Fayre
Mulled wine, mince pies, unique gifts
Entrance £1.00 (under 16s free)
Priddy Village Hall - Thursday 7th December - 6:00pm to 9:00pm
 
 
Family Christmas Concert
Priddy Singers, Squeeze Fiddle Pluck, Priddy and St Lawrence's School Choir
Priddy Village Hall - Sunday 17th December - 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Tickets £5.00 (under 16s free) to include a glass of mulled wine and mince pie

Line Dancing Comes to Priddy
Every Monday 5:00pm to 6:00pm - Starting 15th January, 2018
All ages welcome, no previous experience necessary
If interested, please contact Sandy Staff (677859) or Mary Gwyther (676421)
(No cowboy hats, boots or outfits necessary!!!)

Housing Needs Survey


Casual Vacancies on Priddy Parish Council
There are currently two vacancies on the Parish Council.  For more information, please contact the Clerk. 
 
Queen's 90th Birthday Beacon



A goodly number of people form Priddy and beyond gathered at Deer Leap on Thursday 21st April for the lighting of the Queen's 90th Birthday Beacon.  It may have been a chilly evening but there was a warm Priddy community spirit as ever.

As dusk fell, the Beacon was lit

 


 

Priddy Cricket Team

Friendly twenty / twenty marches against teams from neighbouring villages on Wednesday nights from 6:00pm
All Standards welcome
Net sessions begin 29th March
Contact Daniel Flury (01749) 678875 or danowenflury@gmail.com for further details 
 
 
 
 
 
 


Clean for the Queen - 5th March
Fifteen people (two not shown in the photograph) gathered on the Green on Saturday morning.  One of their number was the MP for Wells, James Heappey.  



 
The New Inn 
The New Inn has been sold to Mr Russell Sage, who grew up locally.  Mr Sage runs an Interior Design Company and has undertaken many projects in the hospitality sector, examples of what his company does at 
www.russellsagestudio.co.uk


Mr Sage has started work but is still very keen to get local advice and guidance to steer his plans.  He says that he hopes everyone will be patient as the wait will be worth it!


 
 
 
 
 
 
The Flagpole
 

 
Before it was up - preparing for erection!! 
 
 
Refuse and recycling collections 

Changes to Waste Recycling Centres
 
Changes to recycling centre opening hours and other information can be found here - New hours leaflet.pdf
 
 
 
Priddy Group Oil Buying
 
As part of a Priddy Parish Council initiative we have now delivered many tanker loads home heating oil to Priddy residents and have been able to demonstrate some good cost savings.

If you would like to be included in the scheme and live within the Priddy Parish please contact Alan Hutfield on 01749 870092 or email alanhutfield@btinternet.com