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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)
Annual Parish Meeting
Friday 17 May at 7.30 pm in Chelwood Village Hall. As initiated last year in moving it to a Friday, we hope for a more relaxed atmosphere where people can talk freely about our village and what changes we would like to see and how we can achieve them. There will be short reports on behalf of the Parish Council, the Village Hall Committee, St Leonard’s Church and Chelwood Community Fund, with the opportunity to ask questions. Sally Davis, our recently elected new ward councillor for B&NES will also attend and introduce herself. There will also be complimentary refreshments and nibbles.
Badapple Theatre Company
The Frozen Roman
and Friends of Chelwood
Further to my announcement in January that Badapple Theatre Company would be returning for the fifth time with their latest production “The Frozen Roman”, I can let you know that tickets are now on sale from myself or via the Badapple website. Further details are provided below about the new play but, as the performance will be featured in the May editions of the Chew Valley Gazette and the Parish Magazine, it is advisable to book your tickets early to avoid disappointment. You can call me or simply reply to my email with your order to reserve tickets and I will arrange to deliver and collect your money. We are very lucky to secure a Saturday night slot in their tour.
The Frozen Roman
Badapple Theatre return to Chelwood Village Hall on Saturday 1 June at 7.30 pm for their fifth visit with the premiere of a new comedy by Kate Bramley, with original songs and music by Jez Lowe.
They came, they saw, they built a wall… they went away again. Or did they?
A clandestine meeting at the Phoenix pub gets heated, as the villagers rack their brains for new ways to fight the imminent housing development that threatens village life as they know it.
The discovery of an ancient Roman site under foot may just throw them a lifetime, if they can somehow authenticate their mysterious findings. But things aren’t always what they seem!
Expect a double dose of comedy as the situation goes “ballisticus maximus”.
The cast are Jack Alexander (Eddie in Eddie and the Gold Tops) who makes a welcome return alongside Emma Bright, who was Edie in the original Thankful Village production and Jack Wagman, who has appeared on Coronation Street.
Tickets are available now from Stephen Meale or online at www.badappletheatre.com £12 adults, £10 Concessions and £6 for under 16s
Chelwood Village Hall Saturday 1st June at 7.30 pm
For Chelwood Village Hall Committee
Normally held 2nd Saturday of the month, 7:30pm.
Come & swap a good book or just come and chat with a glass in your hand!
Normally held 1st Friday of the month, 7:30pm-9:30pm.
We are also wondering whether any of you wish take a turn ‘hosting’ a first Friday gathering and lead a particular activity ore theme - or do any of you have interesting professional skills or amateur hobby-horses or obsessions that you would like to share with us for 15 to 20 minutes or so? Please let Stephen or Penny know if you do.
See you Friday - feel free to bring a bottle and some nibbles.
Wednesday Evenings, 6:00-7:00pm with Lynne Joyner.
This will be held at Chelwood Village Hall.
All levels welcomed
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