Holfordvillage.com

Recycling (excluding garden waste) will be collected on Saturday 23rd September.


Holford Gardeners Group

Photos and results for the 2016 Flower Show can be seen on the Holford Gardeners Group Page.


Supporting the Holford & District Village Hall

It's really simple, and doesn't cost you anything.

All you have to do is:

1. Go to http://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/holforddistrictvillagehall

2. Sign up free 

3. Get shopping - your donations will be collected by easyfundraising and automatically sent to Holford & District Village Hall's bank account. It couldn't be easier!

There are no catches or hidden charges and Holford & District Village Hall will be really grateful for your donations.

Thank you for your support.      MoY


Every little helps

As of Saturday 9th September 2016, 26 people have registered as supporters and currently £142.87 has been raised for the cause.


OIL ORDERS

Order by:

Mon 3 Oct., 31 Oct., 28 Nov., 12 Dec. & 3 Jan for delivery within 2/3 days.

Orders to David Young - Tel. 741249


Parish Council Finances for the Year ending 31st March 2016 can be accessed from the

Parish Council web page.

HAPPY FEET GARDEN TOURS 2016

Photos of the 2016 Happy Feet Garden Tour are now on the website at the HAPPY FEET GARDEN TOURS page.




Exciting Opportunity for Would-Be

Hedge Layers!


The Somerset Hedge Group is delighted to offer a great opportunity to gain training in traditional hedge laying, FOR FREE!


Set within the stunning Quantocks AONB, the one day course, led by qualified trainers, is being held on two dates: Saturday 24th September near Fiddington and Saturday 8th October near Crowcombe Heathfield.


Funded by West Somerset Council’s Land Management & Skills Scheme, the training days are open to anyone who would like to learn about and develop hedge laying skills.


Heather Harley, Chair of the Somerset Hedge Group said “We are delighted to offer this exciting opportunity for skilled, professional hedge layers to pass on their knowledge to farmers, land owners, students, conservation volunteers or anyone who would like to receive training in this traditional craft.


We particularly welcome younger people, the hedge layers of the future. In fact this training can also be used to contribute to the Federation of Young Farmers Club’s Skills for Life Award.


The training days will culminate in the opportunity for participants to put their training into practice by entering our hedge laying competition which will be held in November. This will be a superb opportunity to meet other hedge layers, both novice and experienced in the beautiful Quantocks landscape.”


Booking is essential to guarantee a space. To book, please contact Tony Serjeant on 01823 358143 or afserjeant@somerset.gov.uk.  For more information ring George Pidgeon on 07970 644631.


Holford Gardeners Group visit to

Yeo Valley Organic Farm & Gardens

Photos of the 7th July visit can be seen on the

Gardeners Group Page

Broadband Update

An update on Fast Broadband for Holford & Kilve can be seen  clicking HERE




Check out the details of a new place to stay and enjoy the Somerset Coast.

Visit the Website

Congratulations Brett on being featured in the Daily Mail Travel Section as one of their ‘Ultimate Beach Huts’. Not bad for your first year.

See details HERE


Quantock Hills AONB Annual Report

The Quantock Hills AONB Annual Report can be viewed by clicking

HERE


Vacancy for

Holford Parish Council Clerk

For details about the vacancy for Holford Parish Clerk please see the

Parish Council page



Vacancy for

Holford Village Lengthsman

(Village Handy Person m/f)

For details about the vacancy for Holford Village Lengthsman please see the

Parish Council page


Somerset Federation of Gardening Clubs Website

If you are a gardener then have a look at the Somerset Federation of Gardening Clubs website.

Just CLICK HERE to go to the website.


Williton Hospital Bed Closures

The Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group has decided to close 6 stroke beds at Williton hospital as a result of the perceived success of Early Supported Discharge (ESD) of patients.  The League of Friends of the hospital are bitterly opposed to this action at a time when hospital beds are badly needed with winter approaching and bed blocking at Musgrove Park Hospital.  We are intending to fight this decision and are asking all those who care about patients and the availability of beds for those in need to support us in our campaign to save these beds. I can be contacted either by email or by letter care of the hospital

Thank you
Barbara Heywood
Secretary
Williton Community Hospital League of Friends


Email: hbarbandpaul@uwclub.net