Village Directory

5-aside football

On Sunday 5.30-7pm. and Wednesday 8-9pm.
Contacts: Dave Allen, James Franklin-Adams, Owain Jones.


See Accommodation Map for information and useful links.


Practice on Tuesday evenings.
Captain: Jill Wilkinson (01761 470773).


See bus timetable information.

Car Parking

Spaces available behind the Village Hall for £5 per month/£50 per year.
Contact Maggie Rideout on 01761 471308 or at


The Saturday Café is run by Priston 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.
See Saturday Café web-page.


See Cards information.


See the web-page for the Parish Church of St. Luke and St. Andrew, Priston.

Circuit training

Why not join us in the Monday evening circuit training sessions in the Village Hall 5-6pm. It works as a DIY cooperative arrangement without an official trainer.
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.
Cost is £1/session.
Participation is at your own risk!
All welcome (male & female, all ages)
Contact Peter Brookes on 470589 or email if you are interested in joining.

Councillors (B&NES)

Our two Councillors for Bathavon South Ward are Fiona Gourley and Matthew McCabe.

Cricket Club

See Cricket Club web-page

Electricity Emergencies

The national number 105 is used for:

  • Reporting Power Cuts & Requesting Information During Power Cuts
  • Dangerous Low-lying Cables
  • Reporting Broken Cables
  • Electrical Emergencies Involving Water.

You can also visit the Western Power website to check power cut status or report a power-cut online.


See Footpath Map
Any problems encountered with the use of Public Rights of Way should be reported to B&NES

Gas Emergencies

Emergency gas number 0800 111 999 is to be used in the event of:

  • Smelling Gas (at home or in public spaces)
  • Carbon Monoxide monitor alerts you to a leak
  • Open Fire spotted in a public gas line.

****This number is to be used regardless of if you have a connection to the mains or if you use a tank.****

Lifts WhatsApp Group

Residents around Priston, Nailwell and Inglesbatch can join a Priston Lifts WhatsApp Group set up by Priston Parish Council for those seeking seeking free transport options, whether for regular sharing or for one-off trips (for example to the dentist / doctor, to the supermarket, or to get back from a local garage). This will cover journeys to Bath, Midsomer Norton, Radstock and Keynsham and between our respective villages. And you can always enquire about others.

Local magazine serving Priston, Inglesbatch and Nailwell .
Priston Editors: Aylet Anderson (01761 470339) and Sue Jones (01761 472908).
See The Link webpage

Lose it/Like it

As a small gesture towards greater sustainability and all that PAGE is doing in Priston, the Village Loop will from now on run a spin-off to help recycle “stuff”. The guidelines are simple – and flexible!

  • Let me (Aylet) know what you want to advertise on or text to 07801 440182.
  • The item can be anything, and as little or large as you want.
  • Please keep ad very short – dimensions, colour, type of wood for example.
  • If it is not a freebie, how much you want for it.
  • Please include your all contact details.
  • Indicate if it is a ‘Customer Collects’ item.
  • I will put out the list on the Village Loop roughly once a fortnight (this will depend on how popular or not the idea turns out to be. Your item will be dated, and after about 4 weeks will be taken off the list if there has been no interest.
  • If you want something, you can also ask for items. Again be fairly specific.
  • Please direct any queries on items to the disposer / acquiror – not me. I‘m just the communicator.

Lost Dog Group

To provide a facility to report lost and found dogs.  Communication by email and social media.
Contact Aylet Anderson at or on 470339 for information or to be added to the email list.
See our Privacy Policy


Priston Village Hall & Church have a marquee available for hiring to the residents of Priston and Priston village organisations.
Size: 10x4 metres. Rates are as follows: Priston - £35 (In VH Car Park - £50) (Non villagers in VH Car Park £100). Further information from: Doug Pattison on 01761 470609.

Priston Festival Priston Festival has a number of gazebos that can be hired to make extra room and cover outside in the village hall carpark. These are 3x6m; 3x4.5m (blue); and 3x3m (white). The largest fits neatly outside the Village Hall, filling the space between the back kitchen door, and back door of the hall, making, in effect an extra room. Price for gazebos is £30 each. Text Owain 07871 572969 or email

Priston Festival has a number of gazebos that can be hired to make extra room and cover outside in the village hall carpark. These are 3x6m; 3x4.5m (blue); and 3x3m (white). The largest fits neatly outside the hall, filling the space between the back kitchen door, and back door of the hall, making, in effect and extra room. Price for gazebos is £30 each.


Milk & More deliver milk and a variety of other foodstuffs to Priston on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdays.

Mobile Library

Sadly, the Mobile Library no longer calls at Priston as of April 2021.

Mobile phones

Mobile phone coverage is patchy in the Priston area, particularly if you are using your phone indoors.

The best services are provided by O2/Vodafone, and by the other service providers which use the O2/Vodafone networks to provide coverage. You can use the Ofcom coverage checker to check coverage.

WiFi Calling allows you to make and receive calls/texts using a WiFi network if you are in an area with no mobile signal. The Ring O'Bells pub and the Village Hall are both equipped with WiFi.


Our Member of Parliament, elected July 2024, is Anna Sabine, Liberal Democrat Party.

Neighbourhood Watch

Local Coordinator: Gail Pattison (01761 470609)
for Radstock Police phone 101 (for non-emergency calls).  Dial 999 for emergencies.
for Crimestoppers phone 0800 555111.
See our Privacy Policy


Contact Maggie, the Village Hall Bookings Manager, on 01761471308/07871 484268 to display posters regarding events of local interest on the Village Noticeboard on the front of the Village Hall.


Bulk oil-buying organised by PAGE members has already SAVED money and also saved many tanker journeys into the village. Contact Bruce Clarke at if you are interested in joining.  Participating in the scheme is completely free.


PA, disco lights, and decorations for the Village Hall for hire for use for weddings and private parties, etc.

A 500 watt system of mini mixing desk/pre amp, power amp and speakers (All Carlsbro make) can be set up in the hall. This can play music off an ipod, laptop or other suitable input devices that you can bring with you - your music ready to go. You just plug in and press play. It is a simple system to use and there is a set of instructions. It is plenty loud enough for the village hall. A decent microphone for speeches (or karaoke) can be mixed into the music if needed.

Colourful, flashing, moving disco type lights and decorations are also available. The decorations include colourful wipeable table clothes, lots of good quality bunting and glass holders for T Light candles (candles not included).

Prices: £45 per hire for the PA. £15 for lights and decorations.

Text Owain 07871 572969 or email


We are the Priston Action Group for the Environment.
Global Warming? Carbon Footprints? Sustainability?
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 the  PAGE web-page for more.

Parish Council

See the Parish Council web page.


Call 999 for emergencies.
for Radstock Police phone 101 (for non-emergency calls).
For information re our local policing team see Peasedown & Paulton Police team and our Local Crime Map.
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 green.
Collections Mon-Fri 12pm, Sat 11.30am.

Note: from 25 October 2021 Collections change to Mon-Fri 9am, Sat 7am.

Priston Chat

Closed Facebook Group to allow Priston residents and those with an interest in Priston to share information.  Visit the Priston Chat on Facebook to join.

Priston Church of England Educational Charity

Grants are available towards the cost of books or equipment for those living in Priston who have left school and are starting university or vocational training. These are available for three years for each individual.

Please apply with details to:
Ruth Summers
Manor Cottage, Priston, Bath BA2 9EH
Tel: 07989 828503

Priston Painters

Anyone feeling creative, but finding it hard to set aside the time? Priston Painters currently meet once a month in the village hall, usually first Monday of the month. No tuition, no rules, just an opportunity to be creative, with like-minded people, and work on your own project. Let me know if you’re interested - email Sue at


Visit the Ring O'Bells website for further information.

Refuse Collections

Check this link for Refuse, Recycling, and Garden Waste Collection dates.  You may need to enter your postcode and select your address.


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 mornings 9.15-10.15am and Monday evenings 7.30-8.30pm.
See the Calendar for specific dates.  
Contact Sarah B. at or on 0781 566 2844 for details.

Village Agents

Village Agents link people in rural areas with advice and support services for independent living.

This service is available in the rural areas of Bath & North East Somerset providing:

  • a free confidential service
  • one to one support
  • access to information and support
  • signposting to professionals as appropriate
  • promoting health and wellbeing
  • help to maintain independence

For more information see: WERN Village Agents, visit Bath & NE Somerset Village Agents or call 01275 333700.

See also Introducing myself - your Village Agent and Village Agent update - Aug 2023

Village Hall

Visit the Village Hall web-site for more inforation.

Village Loop

An email list used to distribute information about local matters of interest eg flooding alerts, blocked roads, social events or activities taking place that residents may wish to take part in. Fund-raising events for local groups such as the church, the cricket club or the Village Hall may be promoted using this list. 
Contact Aylet Anderson at or on 470339 for information or to be added to the list.
See our Privacy Policy.

Waste Recycling Centres

Visit the B&NES website for details. 


Classes are currently every Friday 9.30-10.30am in Priston Village Hall.  Contact Lucy Lowe at & mobile 07838 372243.