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The Wincanton & District Gardeners' Association (WDGA) has been awarded the Wincanton Town Council Annual Community Award for 2016 in recognition of its exceptional service to the community.
Wincanton & District Gardeners Association held its 61st Annual Flower Show on Saturday 3rd September in the Memorial Hall. There was a high standard of entries and keen competition across all classes, including flowers and vegetabes as well as home and handicrafts.
This year's exchange visit was significant, celebrating 25 years of the formal twinning between the two towns, which took place in 1991.
The Wincanton & District Gardeners Association Annual Flower Show will take place on Saturday 3rd September in the Memorial Hall, and will include entries widely varing from flowers, veg and fruit, to crafts, baking and even handwriting.
Mill Street Social Club in Wincanton offers a wide variety of facilities and entertainments. Why not come along and enjoy a drink, company and entertainment in a relaxed, convivial atmosphere?
Hounds on the Hill is a 5km charity walk taking place at Ham Hill Country Park on Sunday 22nd May. Brue Valley Rotary Club will be raising funds for Canine Partners. A Fun day for all the family, dogs welcome too.
U3A stands for University of the Third Age; this is a self-help organisation for people no longer in full time employment providing educational, creative and leisure opportunities in a friendly environment. Your local U3A is known as the Camelot Group.
Wincanton and District Gardeners Association celebrated its 60th Flower Show on September 5th 2015. The number of visitors who attended the show during the afternoon were double that of the previous year.
King Arthur’s School, Wincanton has kindly provided the venue for a fund-raising Concert organised by Brue Valley Rotary Club to help a project to support young adults who have grown up in Bulgarian children’s homes.
The 1st Wincanton Scouts Group is holding their Christmas Bazaar on Saturday 6th December, so do pop along to the Wincanton Memorial Hall at 10.00am for a quiet coffee and a biscuit, and browse around our many stalls.
To help raise funds for access to defibrillators for Wincanton, Bruton and Castle Cary, Brue Valley Rotary club has arranged a fun evening of line dancing on Friday 4th July, to be led by international choreographer Karl-Harry Winson.
"I am working towards my Public Relations badge for Scouts; one thing I have to do is write a report and get it published." Here is Alice’s account, describing the exciting activities that happen within the 2nd Templecombe Scouts Group.
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