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|3inabar||A group of local musicians committed to live music who meet occasionally in local pubs for informal folk-oriented performances. If you are interested in joining in or just want to be informed of future sessions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Accommodation||Click here for information and useful links.|
|Bellringers||Practice on Tuesday evenings.
Captain: Jill Wilkinson (01761 470773).
|Buses||Click here for timetable.|
available behind the Village Hall for
Contact Myrna Ostgaard on 01761 479058 or by email.
|Christmas Cards & Postcards||Click here for more information.|
|Café||The Saturday Café is run
Church members in the Village Hall for the community and for visitors
to the village. Do please come and enjoy a cup of real
coffee, bacon roll and/or cake and enjoy chatting with others.
|Circuit training||We have re-started the Monday
in the Village Hall on Monday evenings between 6.30 and 7.30pm, but as
a kind of do it yourself cooperative arrangement without an official
Let me know if you would like to join us - it involves stretching, strength building and aerobic exercises and as you can go at your own pace you do not have to be at any particular standard to join in.
Note the circuit training will not take place when the Village Hall is required for Parish Council meetings (see Calendar)
We will need to assemble a few bits of kit so if you have a yoga mat, some weights, skipping ropes, a gym ball, stop watch or a whistle that would also be helpful but don't worry if you haven't, we will work something out!
Hiring the hall is £6 an hour, so the cost will be nominal.
Participation is at your own risk!
All welcome (male & female, all ages)
Contact Peter Brookes on 470589 or via email if you are interested in joining.
|Councillor (B&NES)||David Veale (Conservative)
89 Cooks Hill
North East Somerset
Phone: 01761 452073
Mobile: 07836 342747
|Cricket Club||See web-page.|
|Cycling||Local cycling club is Somer Valley
Contact Peter or Tom Brookes (01761 470589) or visit www.somervalley.org.uk.
|Footpaths||For a map of footpaths within
Any problems encountered with the use of Public Rights of Way should be reported to the B&NES Public Rights of Way Officer Sheila Petherbridge. Her contact details are: telephone 01225 394943 or email email@example.com
||Garden Waste is collected on
alternate Tuesdays (Tuesday Week B)
10-Jan, 24-Jan, 07-Feb, 21-Feb, 07-Mar, 21-Mar, 04-Apr, 18-Apr, 02-May, 16-May, 30-May, 13-Jun, 27-Jun, 11-Jul, 25-Jul, 08-Aug, 22-Aug, 05-Sep, 19-Sep, 03-Oct, 17-Oct, 31-Oct, 14-Nov, 28-Nov, 12-Dec
|Last Friday Club||Drinks/lunch in the Ring O'Bells pub on the last Friday of each month for people working from home in Priston or surrounding villages. Please contact Phil Callan. by email, or at Long Barn, Priston. 01761 471866.|
|The Link||Local magazine
serving Priston, Inglesbatch and
Priston Editors: Aylet Anderson (01761 470339) and Sue Jones (01761 472908).
|Marquee||Priston has a marquee available for
the residents of Priston and the
immediate surrounding villages.
Size: 10x4 metres. Rates are as follows: Priston: £30, Immediate Surrounding Villages: £50. Any other requests will be subject to negotiation and dependent on availability of a rigging team. Further information from: Doug Pattison on 01761 470609.
|Mobile Library||2017: 9th March / 23rd March / 6th April / 20th April / 4th May / 18th May / 1st June / 15th June / 29th June
Visit scheduled for 10.35am - 10.55am
For further information please contact Council Connect 01225 394041 or 07977 228201 or see website.
Coordinator: Gail Pattison
for Radstock Police phone 101 (for non-emergency calls). Dial 999 for emergencies.
for Crimestoppers phone 0800 555111
|Oil-buying||Bulk oil-buying organised by PAGE. Members have already SAVED money and also saved many tanker journeys into the village, contact Peter Brookes on 470589 or via email if you are interested in joining. Participating in the scheme is completely free.|
||PA for hire for use
in the Village
Hall or for private parties.
A 500 watt system of mini mixing desk/pre amp; power amp and speakers (All Carlsbro). This can play music off an ipod, lap top or other suitable input devices. Plenty loud enough for the village hall. A microphone can be mixed into the music if needed. £30 per hire. Text Owain 07871 572969 or email.
|Parish Church of St. Luke and St. Andrew, Priston||Click here
for more info.
|Parish Council||Contact the
Clerk: Christine Hunt
(01761 471580) for details.
Click here for Minutes of Parish Council Meetings.
For details of the Council and its activities see the Council's Publication Scheme
Or click here for dedicated web page.
|Police||Call 999 for emergencies.
for Radstock Police phone 101 (for non-emergency calls).
For information re our local policing team see here.
Text information/suspicions re rural crime to 81819. Note this no. is not monitored 24/7 - for emergencies dial 999.
|Post Box||On the village
Collections Mon-Fri 12pm, Sat 12pm..
|Priston Action Group for the Environment (PAGE)||Global
Does our children’s future really depend on us changing our lightbulbs?
Isn't there something more we can do? And if so what?
Are these some of the questions you have been asking?
Or do you have some of the answers?
Or perhaps, like us, you are concerned but confused.
see here for more.
|Priston Church of England Educational Charity||Contact Bill Drake-Brockman (01761 470594)|
See also under Garden Waste Collections.
& Ride Bus Service
||The scheme is intended for elderly and disabled individuals who find it difficult to access public transport. Click here or call 417504 for details.|
|Ring O'Bells Public House||See website.|
|Rozzie's Rodents||Holiday time care for your furry friends in my
home.(weekends a possibility too).
Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Rats, Hamsters, Mice and Gerbils.
No pet too small.
£10 per week, per cage. please ring 01761 472702 for more information.
OFSTED reports of local schools click here.
Click on the links for local primary schools:Farmborough, Marksbury.
Click on the links for local secondary schools: Wellsway School.
|Tai Chi||In Priston Village Hall Monday afternoons 2-3pm and Monday evenings 7.30-8.30pm.|
See the Calendar for specific dates.
Contact Sarah B. at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0781 566 2844 for details.
|Village Hall||See dedicated web page.
See also PA for hire.
& Recycling Centres
||Click here for details. Note you must register to use B&NES recycling centres from 2 April 2013.|