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PARISH COUNCIL EVENTS

Next Scheduled Meeting of Parish Council

Location: Chelwood Village Hall

Date: Wed 17th July 2019

Time: 7:15pm

 

MISCELLANEOUS EVENTS

 

Chelwood Community Fund

A charity that provides grants to

local community projects.

Open for applications now.

Download application guidelines here.

Download application form here.

 

Pilates

Location: Chelwood Village Hall

Date: Weekly Wednesday

Time: 6:00pm

VILLAGE HALL EVENTS

 Whist

Location: Village Hall

Date: 2nd Sat of month

Time: 7:30pm

 

Words&Wine

Location: Village Hall

Date: Postponed for Summer

Time: 7:30pm – 9:30

 


CHURCH EVENTS

 


EVENTS DIARY
Chelwood
 
Parish Council Village Hall St Leonard's

Notice of Uncontested Election

Election of Councillors to Chelwood Parish Council

Glynn, Julie Anne Burnts House, Chelwood, Bristol, BS39 4NL

Harrison, Patrick Ian Malt House Farm, Chelwood, BS39 4NN

Jones, Peter Huw Rothwell Lodge Farm, Chelwood, Bristol, BS39 4NH

Joyner, Geoffrey Robert Myrtle House, Chelwood, BS39 4NW

 

Next Scheduled Parish Council Meeting

Wednesday 17th July 2019 at 7:15pm in the village hall.

If you wish anything to be included in agenda please contact Carolyn Beecroft(clerk)

 

 

 

 

Whist Evening

Normally held 2nd Saturday of the month, 7:30pm.

 

Words&Wine

 

At our recent Village Hall AGM it was agreed to give “Words and Wine” a Summer break - so there will be no event in the Village Hall tomorrow, unless any of you have other plans and wish to arrange an alternative event - if so please get in touch about access etc.
We will keep “Cinema Chelwood” going on alternate first Fridays of the month. Plus we have some other events in mind that could fill this slot.

Thankful Village


For those who turned up last Sunday afternoon to welcome Medwyn Parry and his posse of supporting bikers at the Village Hall, I am sure you agree it was a splendid event with great food and weather. We were so pleased that Medwyn and his fellow riders chose to revisit Chelwood six year’s after they first came as part of their mission to visit all known “Thankful Villages” and present them with commemorative plaques, and that this time it was to mark the centenary of the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, the peace agreement that signalled the conclusion of the First World War. It was moving that we had two of the relatives of three of the four men who went to serve in thar war and who all returned alive. It is occasions like this that really bring the significance of past events to life for young as well as old.

 

Pilates

Wednesday Evenings,  6:00-7:00pm with Lynne Joyner.

This will be held at Chelwood Village Hall.

All levels welcomed

 

 

 

 

 

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