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Holford Parish Council

Holford Parish Council now has its own website with a wealth of Council information. Well worth visiting.

Web address: www.holford-pc.gov.uk




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 10 February 2018, 32 people have registered as supporters and currently £381.47 has been raised for the cause.

Recycling (excluding garden waste)  will be collected on   Friday 20th April


 The Village Hall Refurbishment

What’s Going On

Please see the Village hall Page for details.



A Quantock View through time












The Quantock Hills AONB Service launches a new website www.quantockviews.uk to capture and record the changing landscape and village life of the Quantock Hills.

Ever wondered what the landscape of the Quantock Hills looked like 100 years ago? This new website aims to capture historic pictures, postcards and photographs of the Quantock Hills and the surrounding villages, building an online resource showing the changing landscape of England’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

  The Quantock Hills AONB Service’s volunteers, led by Keith Edwards have driven this project. Keith says ‘Quantock Views started in order to pull together various existing collections of photographs, postcards and paintings which are rarely seen and to gather together private collections and recollections, which may be in danger of being lost to the Quantock community.’

The Quantock Hills AONB Service Project Officer, Iain Porter says ‘I am amazed and so pleased with the effort of Keith and the other volunteers in developing and taking this project forward. It is great to see the website go live and the interest from local community members. Capturing these images for future generations is really important not just as an archive but also as a way for bringing communities together.’

Anyone interested in the archive can view it online at www.quantockviews.uk.  If you have a coffee morning or community event coming up and you would like someone to come and tell you a bit more, please get in touch.  Also if you are interested in volunteering in the project by helping to collect and archive pictures, or have postcards, pictures or photographs which show the changing landscape of the Quantock Hills please contact – the Quantock Hills AONB office on T: 01823 451 884 or email quantockhillls@somerset.gov.uk




Weacombe Quantock Views  - "Top Cottage" in Weacombe. Now replaced by a later cottage. William Alves gardener with wife Louisa and 9 of their 11 children. Published by H H Hole


Kilve Quantock Views - View of Kilve from Higher Hill 1937. The A39 main road comes from the left side then turns left and can be seen going up the picture, near the centre, and passing a short row of three new (thatched) houses.




The Week Ahead

20th

Fri

10am until 1pm  - Holford Art Group meet - Holford & District Village Hall

2pm until 5pm - Holford Craft Group meet - Holford & District Village Hall

21st

Sat

10am - Stringston's Spring Event - Holford & District Village Hall

10am until 12 noon - Village Market - East Quantoxhead Village Hall

22nd

Sun

10am - Benefice Eucharist - East Quantoxhead Parish Church

23rd

Mon

St. George's Day

10am until 12 noon - Fun with Computers - Holford & District Village Hall

7pm - Short Mat Bowls - Kilve Village Hall

24th

Tue

6.30pm until 7.30pm - Karate - Holford & District Village Hall

25th

Wed

2.30pm - Exercise Class - Holford & District Village Hall

7pm - Holford History Society (Inn Signs) - Holford & District Village Hall

26th

Thu

10am until 11.4am - Coffee & Play - Holford & District Village Hall

7.30pm - Table Tennis - Holford & District Village Hall

27th

Fri

10am until 1pm  - Holford Art Group meet - Holford & District Village Hall

2pm until 5pm - Holford Craft Group meet - Holford & District Village Hall

28th

Sat

10.30am until 12 noon - Coffee Morning - Kilve Village Hall

29th

Sun

10am - Benefice Eucharist - Kilve Court, Kilve.

11.30am - APCM's - Kilve Court, Kilve

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.

Oil Delivery

For those wishing to make use of the community oil delivery scheme - orders will need to be placed by:

May 14th & June 18th.

With David Young on  741249

davidyoung1939@talktalk.net

Holford News & Views

For the latest copy  just click on the News & Views page below. The HN&V will be downloaded as a PDF file for you to read or print as you wish. For the Sept/Oct & Nov/Dec 2017 copies please click

HERE


2018 03 Mar Apr News & Views.pdf