Village resident, and diligent village historian, Mr David Hounsell has prepared a booklet about our village war memorial and those who served during the two World Wars
North Somerset Council is closing Caswell Lane in Portbury from the M5 bridge for about 110 metres eastward, including the junction with Caswell Hill to undertake patching work on Friday 16 November 2018: 8.00 am - 5.00 pm.
The Owls of Pill will be performing at The Black Horse, bringing their unique blend of Dickensian costume, charm and carols. As they say "Tain't Christmas 'til yu'v heard the Owls"
This year's Christmas Carol Service at St Michael's Church will be on Sunday 23 December 2018 at 3.00 pm
Representatives of the National Grid Hinkley Connection Project made a preliminary presentation to the September 2017 parish council meeting, explaining how they will minimise the effects of the work (from 2019) in our village. More information on the Project Website (look at the Tickenham to Portishead section of "In Your Area"). There will be a further [...]
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Gigaclear has been awarded the contract for the next part of broadband roll-out in North Somerset, and has sub-contracted Avonline Networks for the installation. It is understood that Avonline Networks plans to undertake the work to install an all-fibre ultrafast broadband network on our village by the end of 2018.
Under The Weeds Act 1959, landowners are required to take action to prevent the spread of specified weeds, including ragwort, which can present a risk to horses. The website of the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) provides useful guidance about how its spread can be controlled.
WERN can help people to save money when purchasing heating oil, by combining orders from individuals and placing a bulk order once a month, at the lowest available price. Full details on the West of England Rural Network (WERN) website.