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An additional meeting of Ston Easton Parish Council will be held on Tuesday 2nd May, commencing at 7.30pm. For further details please see the 'Parish Council' page.
Please post on the Get Active Ston Easton facebook page or email with the top 5 play equipment that you'd (children and parents) like to see at Ston Easton Village Hall Playing Fields. Pictures and photos would be particularly appreciated.
Like us and keep up to date with the project on Facebook - “Get Active Ston Easton”.
Our Christmas concert this year was held in Chewton Mendip church. It is the first time we have sung in Chewton Mendip for some years and a first time for our choir leader Kerrie Duce. It was a real delight when so many people arrived to support us. The evening was a lovely mix of the choir's favourite pieces of music, seasonal solos from Rick Fitzsimmons and community singing with a difference from the Somerset Russet Village Band as well as a short comic piece from our choir member, Christopher! The evening was hosted by Matthew Smith. Our grateful thanks to all the performers! With their help, we raised over £650 for essential church projects and the raffle raised £180 for the Alzheimer’s Society “Singing for the Brain” sessions held locally. see full article »
School admissions arrangements for children who are due to start or transfer school for the 2018-19 school year, and those moving schools during the 2018-19 school year will be consulted on for a period of 6 weeks ending 31 January 2017. see full article »
GET ACTIVE STON EASTON SPORTS COURT AND PLAY AREA FUND RAISING COMMITTEE WISH TO THANK EVERYONE WHO CAME ALONG AND SUPPORTED THE VILLAGE FUN DAY AND DOG SHOW.
Over £1,200 was raised for our project. We would also like to thanks our sponsors, R.M. Penny, South West Graffix and Highcroft Vets for their incredible generosity. Many other villagers and families, gave their time, talents and financial help! We thank you all! see full article »
Village Voices were delighted to sing at fellow choir member, Alison Hoods(nee Trippick) recent wedding to Chris.
We had an amazing time and will enjoy the memories for a long time!
Well done to choir leader Kerrie for getting us into shape and accompanying us as well as the congregation throughout the service.
Village Voices community choir were delighted to sing at a recent fundraising event at the lovely Spindle Cottage in Binegar. The open garden, hosted by Angela and Alban Bunting, was held in aid of the Dorothy House Appeal.
The sun shone and the tea flowed and the many supporters of the charity as well as the choir enjoyed a lovely afternoon.
3rd July 2016
VILLAGE VOICES COMMUNITY CHOIR
Celebrations for the Queen’s birthday in Ston Easton came in the form of a Garden Party at Clare Hall. Village voices were asked to sing for the residents, their families and villagers but, once again at a truly English event, the weather let us down and the Garden Party became went indoors. Never mind, no one seemed put off! see full article »
Many thanks to all who attended and joined in with a lively brunch and coffee morning in Ston Easton Village Hall. The aroma of bacon butties, toasted crumpets and the usual display of homemade cakes and fresh coffee proved popular. The proceeds from the sale of food went to the church appeal fund but there was also a collection for Dorothy House of £17.05.
Many thanks for the support and hopefully a brunch could be on the cards again in October.
Next coffee morning in Ston Easton Village Hall on Saturday 2nd April 10.30 - 12noon.
Please come along and support this monthly event. Ston Easton PCC