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Come and enjoy the unique performance of the Maasai Warriors in St Peter and St Pauls Church Wincanton on Saturday 29th October. The Troupe's performances are stunning, and give every audience an unforgettable experience.
Horsington author John Vallins has written 'Country Diaries' for the Guardian newspaper for nearly 20 years. Now a selection of his 'diaries' have been published in a new hardback, with a book launch and signing in Castle Cary on Saturday 15th October.
In order to improve the Charlton Croquet Club's ground and facilities, a fund-raising campaign has been launched and, as part of this initiative, a fantastic Gala Dinner is being held on Friday 14th October at Charlton Horethorne Village Hall.
Anna Cuff reports on a successful second year and the opening of a second branch of Elegant Home in Langport as she prepares for a fresh range of fashion and home furnishings to arrive this autumn.
My children each have their own health issues. Preferring natural remedies, I trained as a nutritionist-herbalist to help them and it’s made a big difference to our family. If it works for us, I can help it work for you.
This month sees the return of Wincanton's specialist barbershop for men just by the entrance to the Co-Op.
Vandalism has created the headlines in all the media. Sadly Wincanton, Castle Cary, and Bruton are not immune to this sickness. Every incident involves collateral damage that can cause far greater damage to both the owner of the premises, and our community.
A summary of the Wincanton, Gennes/les Rossier Twinning for 2010/11. A great time had by all both in France and here in Wincanton.
Screen Bites Food Film Festival is back at Wincanton, with a selection of delicious food and the wonderful film Julie and Julia, in the King Arthur's School PEC on Tuesday 11th October.
Come along to King Arthur's for an evening of fun and test your powers of deduction! Thursday 13th October 2011, 7.30pm.
In a turn of events that The Nog Inn's owners Will and Amy call "amazing and unexpected", one of Wincanton's favourite real ale pubs has impressed incognito judges to become CAMRA's Wessex Regional Pub of the Year.
Make peace a way of life: this year's theme launches several events at Wincanton Meeting House and elsewhere - come along and find out about Quakers. Join in, take a chance to reflect, ask questions and enjoy the refreshments.
OK, so Christmas is almost three months away. But the planning started ages ago.
"Arbolist... look up the word. I don't know, maybe I made it up. Anyway it's an arbo-tree-ist, somebody who knows about trees.” (George W. Bush). Poor old George 'Dubya' wouldn’t be the first person to get a little confused. Perhaps I can explain.
Did you know that mums across the UK and beyond look to Wincanton to keep their families and homes running smoothly? Boxhouse Publishing is the company behind Organised Mum, the best-selling brand of calendars, diaries and home stationery for busy women.
Wincanton Window has applied for a grant from NatWest CommunityForce. Our success depends entirely on votes from the public. On behalf of everyone at the Window, I’m appealing for you to take just a few minutes to vote for us.
We've teamed up with local company Boxhouse Publishing, who are offering a great Organised Mum's Life Book and a Weekly Planner as prizes in our fun competition. Find out how to enter.
On Thursday 29th September King Arthur's Community School will be opening its doors from 7.00pm to all for an Open Evening.
Art lecturer, early music specialist and archaeologist Jonathan Weeks will be giving a talk centred on the Bruges artist Jan van Eyck in the Balsam Centre on Friday 30th September.
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