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The 43-year-old Wincanton Country Market, previously hosted by the Dolphin pub on the High Street, has now moved to the Balsam Centre for want of larger premises.
On Friday, 12th August as nationally everyone looked back on a week of riots in the cities, and as some nasty pub related violence took place in the High Street, what looks like a really vicious and premeditated crime was carried out.
Yet again Bruton Art Society produces an exhibition of varied and interesting work of a very high standard. Don't miss seeing it at Bruton School for Girls (Sunnny Hill).
This week Holbrook House will be host to a nutrition seminar by nutritionist Fiona Wearing, and will be offering ESPA facials along with a special offer.
To be held for the second time at Bruton School For Girls the Bruton Arts Society Exhibition again promises to provide a high quality display of the work of local aritists who are members of the Society. The Society's 58th exhibition opens August 20th and closes on the 28th.
With the introduction of some new social features to Wincanton Window, you can now share interesting articles with all your friends via your Twitter, Facebook or Google+ accounts.
Doing business in the UK is expensive. Making sure you don't waste money by paying more than you need to for your essential business overheads is the quickest and most direct way to put profit back onto your bottom line.
Higher Stavordale Farm and Farm Shop will be featured in tonight's episode of the BBC's 'One Show' tonight, BBC1, 7pm. Please watch and let us know what you think! If you miss it, there's always the iPlayer...
As we watch appalled as first London and then other cities are subjected to outbreaks of arson, violent looting and theft on an unprecedented scale we wonder what is happening and how we should deal with it.
Plans to expand Wincanton Community Hospital could be brought to a halt if consent to build 58 homes near Verrington Lane goes ahead. If approved, the development could see a longstanding agreement for a road through the hospital car park activated.
Work is well underway and nearing completion for the Scraptors, a collaborative sculpture group of four West Country sculptors, who are creating a Sculpture Trail at Stourhead for September.
Your chance to support the club. Three football coaches from Wincanton Town Youth FC are walking 31 miles in aid of the Football Club.
A rather special funeral for a rather special man. Rodney Legg is laid to rest in the beautiful Higher Ground Meadow Burial Ground near Corscombe in Dorset in a service celebrating his remarkable achievements.
Wincanton Hospital and Wincanton Health Centre are both exhibiting art work by students at King Arthur's. The display will be changed regularly, so look out for new pieces.
Plans for 212 new homes planned for the New Barns Estate have been displayed. Certainly this new development will change Wincanton significantly. Take a look at where we are now in July 2011.
Rodney Legg, the author of the most recent history of Wincanton, leaves behind a rich legacy of books, images, and writing on the history of Somerset and Dorset. He was also an indefatigable walker and effective campaigner in opening up, preserving and drawing attention to the natural richness of the countryside that surrounds us.
On the 3rd September 2011 Somerset and Dorset Animal Rescue Centre are hosting their first ever music festival - PawFest.
Hey kids!! Enjoy Tennis at Wincanton Tennis Club this Summer Holiday. Our Grand-ish Slam Tennis Camps are for all junior Tennis players, come along and find out how much fun tennis can be even if you have never played before. All equipment provided.
Event Services business, The Chocolate Fountain Ladies, recently had a successful 'relaunch' of their Wincanton based business now known as '5 Star Celebrations'. The event at the Maddocks Pavilion, Wincanton was attended by business people involved in the weddings and events industry.
Wincanton schools combine to present a great evening of musical performances in the Memorial Hall on Friday 8th July.
In a charity concert for the parish church roof appeal on Saturday 7th July, the Pilgrim Choir had a great evening with a lovely audience and were joined by talented soloists.
Whatever the weather don't let your children get bored this summer. Check out the great range of summer holiday activities our Sports Centre and Swimming Pool lays on.
Baptist minister Andrew Ireland is remembered and celebrated in a memorial service in Wincanton's Catholic Church.
Mark Tinsley, subject leader for Art and Design at King Arthur's introduces a remarkable collection of images which the photographers then describe. Not to be missed.
This year the Parish Fun Day held at the Memorial Hall on Saturday 11th June attracted fun-lovers of all ages.
Having recruited thirty members within a year Steve Beech was nominated as one of the recipients of an award, in recognition of the work he has put in at the first ever Parkinson's Volunteer Recognition Day for Parkinson's South West Region.
The Revd Canon Alan Watson and his wife Rosemary celebrate their Golden Wedding with a packed out service in Wincanton Parish Church.
The Templecombe Station Volunteers were formed at the end of last summer with a view to restoring the station garden to its former glory.
The King Arthur's Folk Group have been selected to play at the Music for Youth National Festival in Birmingham on July 7th.
The sun shone on the Cream Tea celebration of the award of Life Membership of the Society to Chris Kemp, in recognition of his service to the community.
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