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485 last modified on 2018-01-03 18:00:04

The End

When I launched this News Blog back in 2014, I was actually rather proud as I had programmed it all on my own right from scratch.

Unfortunately, it never reached full maturity, requiring lots of workarounds to make it presentable, which meant I could never introduce anyone else to the process of publishing things here.

The decline started in late 2016, when our PHP server software was updated. First, the automatic newsletters that used to be sent every week no longer worked and later I almost lost the whole Blog due to a further update.


It had become clear that I would not be able to spend much time repairing all the problems. For some time, I had been running the PHPBB-based "Dundry Forum" in parallel with this Blog, but now the time has come to put it to rest. In case you want to browse old postings, the complete contents of this Blog will remain online for as long as the server software allows.

Considering all those problems, it is amazing that I managed to get 485 news messages out to the Dundry community and more than 20,000 page clicks have proven that the service was appreciated.

So it is now time to say "Goodbye News Blog" and "Welcome Dundry Forum as our new news hub".

Please take some time to familiarise yourselves with the Forum features and make sure you take an active part by posting your own comments, discussion entries etc. there.

See you soon,

Dundry Webmaster


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484 last modified on 2017-12-21 20:36:51

Sunday 24th December: Ham Egg and Chips at the Dundry Inn


It is a long-standing tradition: After the Sunday service and before getting back to your Christmas preparations, the Dundry Inn invites you to a quick meal of Ham Egg and Chips. Start 6.30pm.





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483 last modified on 2017-12-21 20:35:36

Carol Singers raised £131.25 for the RNIB

Dear Sian

I just wanted to drop you a quick email and say thank you so much for your support in choosing to raise funds for the RNIB with your annual carol singing around Dundury village. I’ve already sent you a thank you letter but also attaching a copy as well in case of delays with the Christmas post! I’m delighted to tell you that you raised £131.25 in total from the collection so again, a big thank you to you and your fellow singers for your very kind support.


Right now, there are currently 2,595 registered blind and partially sighted adults and children living in Bristol but figures suggest there are an estimated 11,270 people living with sight loss. However many people do not receive the support they need and deserve. Sight loss shouldn’t mean that you are more likely to feel lonely and excluded, or be unemployed but it does. With your support, we can reach more blind and partially sighted people and face the future with confidence together.

Once again, a huge thank you for your very kind support and may I take this opportunity of wishing you and everyone in Dundury village a very Merry Christmas and a peaceful and prosperous New Year.

With warmest regards

Jo Killick
Area Fundraising Manager
RNIB (Royal National Institute of Blind People)




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482 last modified on 2017-12-14 19:59:47

Mon 04/12/17: Parish Council Meeting


At the Parish Council meeting on 4th December 2017 we discussed: Please find the full minutes below and more info in the public file system.

The next meeting of Dundry Parish Council will be held on Monday 8th January 2018

If parishioners would like something to be included on the agenda please notify a councillor or the Clerk by Friday 29th December. You can also raise matters in the Public Forum but, depending on what they are, full discussion may have to be left to the following meeting.




482-DPC minutes 4th December 2017.pdf



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481 last modified on 2017-11-23 21:55:13

Consultation on the Bristol Airport Master Plan

Have your say This consultation provides an early opportunity to help shape the future of your airport. This is your chance to tell us what you think the priorities for your airport should be. This consultation will run until midnight on 26 January 2018.


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Sat 25/11/17, 7.30pm, St. Andrews Church, Chew Magna: Concert of the Chew Valley Choral Society

Please see poster below.







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479 last modified on 2017-11-15 22:55:21

BT Cabinet 48 upgraded

Although we have not received any official communication from BT yet, there are reports that Cabinet 48 - halfway up Broadoak Hill - has now been fibre-enabled. If you are still with one of the traditional Internet Service Providers such as BT, Sky, Talk Talk etc. and have not changed to alternatives such as Wight Wireless or Truespeed yet, it may be worth enquiring with your provider how you can benefit from this upgrade.





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Mon 13/11/17: Parish Council Meeting


At the Parish Council meeting on 13th November we discussed:

Please find a link to the full minutes below.

The next meeting will be on Monday 4th December 2017 at 7.30 p.m. in the village hall.

If you would like something to be included on the agenda please contact a councillor or the Clerk by Monday 27th November. You can also raise matters in the Public Forum but full discussion may have to be left to the following meeting.




478-DPC minutes 13th November 2017.pdf


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Thu 09/11/17: Dundry Primary School Open Day

Are you a member of the Dundry community? A prospective parent? Or just inquisitive?

Come to our open day on 9th November.

We have open tours at 9:00, 11:00 anmd 2:00.

Call Mrs. Harrison in the school ofice on 0117-9647181

We look forward to hearing from you.





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476 last modified on 2017-10-11 20:33:31

Dundry Parish Council: Statement on the use of Dundry Playing Fields


Parishioners are probably aware that Chew Valley Football Club has begun running youth football activities on Dundry Playing Fields which are owned by Dundry Parish Council and are there for the benefit of the whole community. The Parish Council does not consider this organisation to be a legitimate user of the Playing Fields or their presence to be in the best interests of the parish. We would like to give you a brief summary of the history and why we have come to the above conclusion.

The field on Crabtree Lane was bought by the Parish Council in 1977 and was initially managed and converted into a playing field by a Playing Field Management Committee consisting of representatives of various village organisations (Dundry AFC, Dundry Cricket Club and others) and two parish councillors.

By 2008, this management structure had changed and the facilities were run by an umbrella organisation called Dundry Sports & Social Club, consisting of various member football clubs (including Dundry AFC) without direct involvement of the Parish Council. This is why two legal agreements - a lease for the clubhouse and a licence for the use of the pitches - were drawn up and signed between the Parish Council and two named trustees of Dundry Sports & Social Club, outlining rights and responsibilities for both parties.

In summer 2016, Dundry AFC folded and left the playing field in an unplayable condition because of dangerous metal posts surrounding the pitches, which eventually had to be removed at the expense of the Parish Council. Because of this situation, all other football teams also left Dundry. The utility bills for the clubhouse were handed over to the Parish Council by the Secretary/Treasurer of Dundry Sports and Social Club (who was also one of the named trustees) but the key was given to one of the remaining representatives of Dundry AFC. Both named trustees and signatories stated that they no longer wished to be involved. No indication of any further handovers or future plans with regards to the contracts was given.

Efforts to sort this out with Dundry AFC were unsuccessful and no progress was made until, in May of this year, the Parish Council discovered by accident that a new club, Chew Valley Football Club, had started mowing the pitches and was making plans to use them for youth football activities. They claim to have been invited by the remaining few members of Dundry AFC to join the Sports and Social Club. Apart from this verbal assertion, the Parish Council has not been informed of this development by any named trustee and signatory or by any other existing member of Dundry Sports and Social Club.

The representative of Chew Valley Football Club appeared to be willing to communicate and it was hoped that a positive relationship could be established, provided they supplied proof that they were the new trustees of Dundry Sports and Social Club and that the lease and licence had been passed on to them in the correct manner.

Unfortunately, despite the Parish Council explaining in detail what is required, Chew Valley Football Club has so far failed to provide this proof. This means that there is at present no legal agreement between them and Dundry Parish Council regulating their use of this parish asset.

If this information is not received soon, the Council will have to assume that Chew Valley Football Club are not occupying the facilities under the terms of the lease and licence and will have to take action to regularise the situation.

If you have any comments, or would like more information please contact the Clerk, Judith Hoskin on 0117 9642804 (email: or the Chairman, Holger Laux on 07740 191772 (email:




476-17-10-11 Statement on Dundry Playing Fields.pdf



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475 last modified on 2017-11-04 19:16:30

Mon 09/10/17: Parish Council Meeting


Please find the published minutes below and further supporting documentation in the public file system.




475-DPC minutes 9th October 2017.pdf



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474 last modified on 2017-10-05 20:26:16

Mon 11/09/17: Parish Council Meeting


Please find the published minutesa below and further supporting documentation in the public file system.




474-DPC minutes 11th September 2017.pdf



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473 last modified on 2017-11-08 20:39:40

ONLY FEW DAYS TO GO - Sat 18/11/17, 6pm, Village Hall: Rock‘n‘Roll Party!

This year‘s Village Hall fundraising event will be a good old-fashioned Rock‘n‘Roll Party! Our aim is to raise a substantial amount of money towards an urgently needed refurbishment of the hall‘s wooden dance floor.

We have a great night lined up for you, with a fashion stall, a burger van, a dance class and, of course, a brilliant live band. Please come and support us, tickets are on sale now for £10 from Holger and Zora (, 07740191772).

More info to follow soon in the Dundry Forum.






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472 last modified on 2017-08-11 17:00:41

Tues 15/08/17, 6pm-9pm: Village Hall Exterior Painting

Hi all,

We have made an excellent start at painting the front wall of the Hall on Maintenance Day.
We now need to finish the job, on the rear and end gable walls. We won‘t have the distraction of other tasks so it will be just PAINT, PAINT, PAINT on the night.
We will be dependent upon a good turnout to finish the job, so please come along and TRY TO GET A COUPLE OF FRIENDS TO COME ALONG TOO !!!
If you have rollers, long poles or steps please bring along, bt we already have some if you can‘t bring any.
It will be FUN, FUN, FUN and a great Community effort so please make the effort to come.
I have set aside the Weds night as a fall back if it rains but hopefully that won‘t be necessary. 
See you all there !!






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471 last modified on 2017-08-09 17:46:57

Dundry Coffee Mornings

Dundry Coffee Mornings

to be held the first Wednesday of the month

Wednesday 6th September 10.30am-12noon
Wednesday 4th October 10.30am-12noon
Wednesday 1st November 10.30am-12noon

at the Royal British Legion.

Come along to meet others in the village for a chat over tea, coffee and cake.
We look forward to seeing you and may be able to help with transport, if you are unable to get there.
Contact your village agent Lyndsay Newman on 07967 345559.




471-Flyer Dundry Coffee am.pdf



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470 last modified on 2017-07-21 09:47:34

Sat 22/07/17, 2-4pm, St. Michael‘s Church: Open Day




2 – 4 PM

Come along and see the plans for refurbishing your Church.
Due to re-open May 2018






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469 last modified on 2017-07-12 20:50:10

Sat 15/07/17, 12-4, Village Hall: FODS Summer Fair and BBQ

Bouncy Castle - Tombola Craft Stalls - Super Trucks
Raffle - Face Painting
Bar - BBQ - Games

And lots more!!!





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468 last modified on 2017-07-21 09:42:40

Mon 10/07/17: Parish Council Meeting


Please find the published minutes below and further supporting documentation in the public file system.




468-DPC minutes 10th July 2017.pdf



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467 last modified on 2017-06-28 12:56:08

BROABAND News: It is happening right now!

After so many months of campaigning, negotiating and working out technical details, it is finally happening: Dundry is being connected.

The other good news is that our CDS vouchers will be valid until 30 September to give Wight Wireless enough time for their installations.

If you have not placed an order with them yet, make sure you get in touch asap.


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466 last modified on 2017-06-28 12:49:40

Sat 15/07/17, 12-4, Village Hall: School Summer Fair and BBQ

The school summer fair and bbq is to be held at the village hall and playing field on Sat 15th July 12-4pm. We have lots of stalls, games, crafts, inflatables, bbq, bar and loads more. This is promising to be a great family event and everyone is welcome to come along. All money raised will go towards much needed playground equipment for our school.





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465 last modified on 2017-06-18 00:45:21

Broadband Update

We are ready to install your equipment

You may have noticed over the last week or so that we have been installing our transmission gear around the village, and we are now ready to begin fitting our equipment onto the homes and businesses that have ordered the service.

For some of you there is likely to be a short notice time for your installation. We are sorry for this, but we have been working tirelessly to pull this project off with the time constraints imposed by CDS.


Openreach installing our physical fibre connection.

First transmission site in Dundry

Openreach have installed our connection and we expect it to be live within the next few days. We have decided to start installing our customers so that they are ready to enjoy the service once our connection goes live.

If you are yet to place an order on our website you can do so by visiting the ‘superfast Dundry‘ pages on the menu at the top of the site. If you do wish to sign up we would advise that you do so as soon as possible so that we can validate your CDS voucher and allocate the resources required to get you connected.

If you do have any queries, please get in touch with our team by calling 01983 770000 or you can email us on




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464 last modified on 2017-06-18 00:45:48

Temporary Overnight Closure of A&E at Weston General Hospital


Please find attached a letter from Weston Area Health NHS Trust regarding their temporary overnight closure of A&E at Weston General Hospital from Tuesday 4 July 2017.




464-Stakeholder Letter 140617.pdf


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463 last modified on 2017-06-14 06:49:42

Sun 18/06/17, 4-6pm, Dundry Village Hall: Big Dundry Get Together

You‘re invited to a Get Together! An all-age, all-village afternoon tea party with tea, cakes and family games.

The ‘Great Get Together‘ is a national event inspired by Jo Cox MP, where we want to celebrate our community and get to know our neighbours.

Coffee, tea and squash will be available. Bring cakes and/or biscuits to share, and bring your neighbours to share them with.


It would be great if we had some idea of how many people are likely to attend, so please let us know via:

- Facebook
- emailing, or
- call 0117 935 8067 (please leave a message)




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462 last modified on 2017-06-09 20:52:57

Broadband: Good News from Wight Wireless

I thought I would drop you a quick update to let you know where we are with the project. There has been a good amount of progress in the last week, which I hope you will be pleased to hear.

I have ordered our connection from The Airport Tavern into our rack in London - I have ordered ~320Mb/s of capacity to get us started which will be plenty. I have ordered a fully licensed radio link to run from the Airport Tavern to the hill at the top of Dundry. It has been designed to provide a connection with 99.999% availability annually which is on par with a fibre optic cable.


I have ordered the transmission gear for the masts, and 50 lots of equipment to get us started on the installations which will commence on Monday next week ready for the ‘go live‘ date on our fibre connection. I am expecting the majority of this equipment to arrive tomorrow.

Trevor Cook
Wight Wireless




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461 last modified on 2017-06-09 20:46:26

Police Alert: Burglary in Oxleaze Lane


R198 09062017 AN005

Report on 8 June, outbuildings at farm property in Oxleaze Lane, Dundry being broken into. Tools that had been stolen from a container on site were used to force entry into the outbuilding.Report matters on 101 or text 07492888109 (information line only)





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460 last modified on 2017-06-18 00:26:16

Mon 12/06/17: Parish Council Meeting


Please find the published minutes below and further supporting documentation in the public file system.




460-DPC minutes 12th June 2017.pdf



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459 last modified on 2017-06-02 21:47:14

Road Maintenance in North Somerset


Please find below the June issue of Your Patch - our monthly round-up of scheduled council works taking place across North Somerset.




459-Issue 18 - June 2017.pdf



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458 last modified on 2017-06-02 21:24:36

Dundry Parish Council External Audit (legal notice)


Notice of date of commencement of period for the exercise of public rights (Accounts for the year ended 31st March 2017) can be found in the public file system under: Root > 2016 - 2017 > Annual Finance





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457 last modified on 2017-05-20 22:39:43

Dundry Broadband - Update 16th May 2017

10Mb Service - CDS Vouchers

It was our interpretation of the CDS terms and conditions that in order for the voucher claim to be valid, the service delivered had to be a true NGA service. NGA (next generation access) has been defined by the government as a speed of 24Mb/s or above and for that reason we were not accepting orders for the 10Mb service from customers using a CDS voucher.

We have had a number of enquiries from voucher holders that have been disappointed by this fact. So we have been in contact with CDS to seek clarification on we can or cannot provide to customers with valid CDS vouchers. Today it has been confirmed to us that we can deliver a 10Mb service to customers with a CDS voucher.


For those customers who have already placed an order with us, who would rather take the 10Mb/s service there is no need to cancel your order – please send us an email and we will modify the existing order. For those customers who have raised this query with us, please go ahead and place your order by clicking the button below.

Don‘t forget to place your order

During the initial phase of this project where we looked at feasibility and viability, we had well over 100 expressions of interest. The orders are slowly trickling in, but if you have previously registered your interest with us, we now need you to place a committed order on our website. This is especially important if you have a CDS voucher that you would like to redeem.

The June deadline

We are aiming to begin connecting customers at the start of June, and as we have stated it is our intention to prioritise those customers with valid CDS Vouchers. We are aware that the vouchers expire at the end of June, so we are currently negotiating with CDS to ensure that everyone who holds a valid voucher gets connected for free. We are not asking them to extend the vouchers, but we are asking them to honour the vouchers on orders place via our website before the expiration date. We can‘t promise that this will be the case, but as soon as we have feedback on this, we will let you know. As stated above please don‘t forget to place your order – the more CDS vouchers we can get into our order queue will allow us to better case to CDS in terms of honouring the vouchers.

On a personal note

My team and I are working exceptionally hard to deliver our solution to Dundry, and things are moving along nicely. If you have placed an order or emailed me, I will come back to you in due course - that‘s a promise. We recognise that our predecessors have failed in delivering a service to Dundry, and that it why we are focusing our energy into getting our infrastructure live so that we can connect as many customers in June as possible.

Trevor Cook
Managing Director

We are always happy to help

If you have any queries you can contact us on 01983 770000
Our office hours are between 0900 and 1700 Monday to Friday
Alternatively, you can send us an email on

Copyright 017 Wight Wireless, All rights reserved.

Our mailing address is:
Wight Wireless
Unit 21 Daish Way
Dodnor Industrial Estate
Newport, Isle of Wight PO30 5XJ
United Kingdom




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NEWSFLASH: Fatal Accident on Highridge Road, Appeal for Witnesses


This morning, on 14 May between 3am and 7.15am, there has been an accident on Highridge Road near the junction with Oxleaze Lane, in which sadly a motorcyclist died. Please find the full police statement below and get in touch if you have any information.

Many thanks!


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455 last modified on 2017-05-13 13:55:57

The Dundry Historians‘ last ever meeting

After 20 years of meeting every month in the RBL and inviting guest speakers to give interesting talks on local history, the Dundry Historians have now decided to call it a day. Many of their originaal members are no longer there to attend and funds have become insufficient to arrange further talks.

In their last meeting on Tuesday, 9 May, they heard about the history of airplane production at Filton and afterwards celebrated the Dundry Historians becoming history themselves with a good drink at the bar.


But that doesn‘t mean that our interest in history has gone away. Here are some suggestions to get engaged:




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454 last modified on 2017-05-10 18:14:59

Congratulations Dundry - You did it!

Hold tight, sit back and relax. Super-fast broadband is coming to Dundry.

Your broadband champions

The broadband champions in Dundry have been out in full force, drumming up support so that super-fast broadband can become a reality in Dundry. Wight Wireless are pleased to announce that interest has reached a level where we can now begin our deployment.

We are busy working away behind the scenes getting things ready so that we can begin to connect everyone up. There is a lot to do, but we promise that we will keep you updated throughout the process.


CDS Voucher Holders

For those of you that hold a valid CDS voucher, we are aware that these vouchers needs to be redeemed by the end of June. With this in mind CDS voucher holders will receive a prioritised installation date to ensure that your new connection is up and running before the end of June.

10Mb/s Broadband

We have received a number of enquiries about our 10Mb/s service. Initially, it was our intention to discontinue the 10Mb/s product - however due to a healthy demand we have decided to leave it alone for the time being.

However, there is one gotcha! 10Mb/s does not meet the criteria for the CDS Scheme - so essentially, we are unable to provide this product to CDS voucher holders.

Happy to help

At Wight Wireless we are here to help, so if you do have any queries please get in touch with the team on 01983770000.

Copyright 2017 Wight Wireless, All rights reserved.

Our mailing address is:
Wight Wireless
Unit 21 Daish Way
Dodnor Industrial Estate
Newport, Isle of Wight PO30 5XJ
United Kingdom


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452 last modified on 2017-05-10 17:55:18

Tue 16/05/17, 11:00-15:30, Colliters Brook Farm: Spring Fete and TV filming

The Hotel Inspector has challenged a B&B in Bristol to host a festive ‘Spring Garden Fete‘ this Tuesday 16th May and the invitation is open to all.

Channel 5‘s longest running series ‘The Hotel Inspector‘ sees hotelier Alex Polizzi on a mission to turn around the fortunes of Colliters Brook Farm B&B.

Having spent time at the beautifully landscaped grounds of Colliters Brook farm Alex Pollizi has been impressed by owner Richard Tuckers drive, hard graft and hospitality skills, what‘s missing is a way to unify both the outside space and B&B rooms. But Alex has a plan.

Alex has challenged Richard to host a ‘Spring Garden Fete‘ with Miss Ivy Events. There will be an array of vintage, gift and artisan stalls, live music, traditional games, workshops, photo-booth, cream teas, BBQ and lots more!

Please come along and help Richard make the day a massive success this TUESDSAY 16TH MAY - Entry £2.00 (under 12‘s free)

Filming will be taking place throughout the day.




452-Colliters Brook Farm flyer 2017s.pdf



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451 last modified on 2017-05-06 12:37:48

Thu 08/06/17: Parliamentary Election

Please find the official notice for the parliamentary election below. If you have not done so, please do not forget to register to vote.







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450 last modified on 2017-05-13 12:38:51

Mon 08/05/17, 7.30pm, Village Hall: Parish Council Meeting


Please find the published minutes below and further supporting documentation in the public file system.




450-DPC minutes 8th May 2017.pdf



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449 last modified on 2017-05-01 00:07:47

Road Closures in Highridge Road and Upton Lane


We have received notifications from North Somerset Council that Highridge Road will be closed on 19 May and Upton Lane on 22 May for pre surface dressing.

Further closures of 1 day each will follow at the and of June/early July for surfacing. Actual dates to be confirmed.




449-Notices of Intent.pdf



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448 last modified on 2017-04-30 23:59:06

Police Info: Local Crime Incidents


N129 20042017 AN005

Reported on 19 April attempt burglary occurred at Tower House Lane, Wraxall. Key safe at the property removed and damage caused to bathroom window. Nothing stolen.

Afternoon of 19 April vehicle broken into at Pill - nothing stolen.

Report on 19 April relating to bales of hay/straw being set alight on land at Bridgwater Road, Dundry

Evening of 19 April vehicle broken into at Ashton Court Estate - bags of shopping stolen.

You were sent this message because you are in the following group(s): Dundry





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447 last modified on 2017-04-27 20:51:33

Sat 03/06/17, 7.30pm, Village Hall: Barn Dance


In aid of the toilet extension at
St Michael’s Church, Dundry


Saturday 3 June @ 7.30pm for 8pm start


Dundry Village Hall, Crabtree Lane, BS41 8LN

Tickets £8 each incl. refreshments
Available from Ann 07471 940021

Bar and Raffle

Caller - Neville Higgins





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446 last modified on 2017-04-27 20:43:13

Sun 09/07/17, 10am-6pm: Dundry Village Hall Maintenance Day

Volunteers are required to help the Committee paint, clean and do the various jobs needed to keep and maintain the Hall in tip top condition.

For more details as to what is required and how you can help, please contact Dave Nevitt on





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445 last modified on 2017-04-27 20:40:31

Thu 11/05/17, 7.30pm: Dundry Village Hall AGM

This year’s AGM will be held on Thursday 11 May 2017 at 7.30 pm.





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444 last modified on 2017-04-27 20:39:12

Dundry Village Hall: New Boiler

The Village Hall Committee are very pleased to announce that we have recently had a new boiler installed at your Village Hall, replacing the original one that had been there since at least 1995, if not 1988! It was considered a priority to replace it before it gave up!

Your Hall Committee would like to thank everyone who organised and attended our various fund raising events in order that we could afford to make this purchase. And we are particularly grateful to Dundry WI who made a significant contribution towards the boiler.

Many thanks to everyone who continues to support the Hall as a fantastic venue for your events.

Dave Nevitt
Chairman, Dundry Village Hall Committee. 





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443 last modified on 2017-04-14 17:40:31

Happy Easter!

Wishing all our readers a wonderful Easter break with your famlilies and friends.
Enjoy this spring time and forget about work for a few days!

Your Dundry Webmaster





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442 last modified on 2017-04-14 17:28:29

Sun 07/05/17, 2-4pm: Church Tower open

Adults £2 and children (8 – 16) £1

Please respect our Health and Safety Regulations as they are there to protect you:

  • No children under the age of 8, this also includes babies/children in slings due to insurance restrictions
  • Only children aged between 8 and 16 are allowed up the Tower, and they must be accompanied by a responsible adult
  • Suitable footwear
  • No large shoulder or hand bags, this includes backpacks
  • It can be windy and cold at the top so you are advised to wear a jumper/coat




442-Tower 2017.pdf



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441 last modified on 2017-04-14 17:22:33

Attention all Dog Walkers!

Dear Dog Walkers,

It’s a little known fact that there is an enzyme in dog poo that can cause the death of unborn calves and lambs.

So when you walk your dog(s) PLEASE follow the guidelines below:

  • Keep to the footpaths
  • Keep your dog(s) on a lead
  • Pick up your dog(s) poo
Thank you!





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440 last modified on 2017-04-14 17:07:29

Mon 24/04/17, 7.30pm, Village Hall: Annual Parish Meeting

The main focus of this year‘s Annual Parish meeting will be Dundry‘s broadband project which is finally taking off the ground. Trevor Cook from Wight Wireless will be present to answer your questions and explain the next steps.

Apart from the usual reports, there will also be updates on the latest developments with regards to the Dundry Recreation Ground and on the Parish Recycling Scheme.

You can of course raise any other questions or concerns you might have and we are looking forward to seeing you there.

Your Parish Council




440-APM agenda 2017.pdf



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439 last modified on 2017-04-08 00:23:20

Broadband: Latest News

Although the official voucher deadline of 31 March has now passed, the good news is that CDS has responded to our request for an extension as follows:

"Over the last few weeks both voucher holders and suppliers have requested that CDS extend the voucher scheme deadline beyond the end of March 31st. Given the continued level of demand we feel that it is only right that the deadline be extended for all voucher holders and suppliers. We are therefore moving the final deadline for this stage of the CDS voucher scheme to 30th June 2017.

By this date we would expect all installations to be completed. We hope that this extension will provide adequate time to complete all outstanding installations. This will be the final deadline of the scheme, we will not be issuing any further extensions so we would suggest voucher holders consider their options carefully"

(You should have seen this already, if you have a voucher.)


In the meantime, large parts of Dundry are getting very excited about the prospect of having faster Internet access soon. About 120 households and businesses (more than one third of Dundry) have already signed up to the Wight Wireless offer and if you, too, want to be part of our Internet revolution, please get in touch with as soon as possible.

In particular, we are looking for more users from the following areas:

Crabtree Close
Ham Lane
Church Road
Dundry Lane
Andruss Drive
Crabtree Lane
Downs Road
Wells Road
The Mead
Winford Lane
Upton Lane
Oxleaze Lane

If you live in one of these areas, perhaps you can help us by spreading the word among your neighbours.

Here are a few helpful tips:

Remember, we will all be fully connected by the end of June. Come and join us!

Your Dundry Broadband Group and
Wight Wireless



439-Copper ADSL Vs Wireless Broadband.pdf



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A warning from the Fire Brigade about tumble dryers


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Devon & Somerset Fire Brigade have asked that a warning go out regarding safety of tumble dryers and a copy of their document is attached below for your information.

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Mon 10/04/17: Parish Council Meeting


Please find the published minutes below and further supporting documentation in the public file system.




437-DPC minutes 10th April 2017.pdf



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436 last modified on 2017-03-25 09:12:47

Broadband: Gathering Speed

Hi all,

Thanks again for signing up to the Wight Wireless offer and for spreading the word. We now have about 90 out of 320 housholds in Dundry on board. Please keep up the good work.

Here is a date for your diary: On 24th April, we will have our Annual Parish Meeting and Charles Turton from Wight Wireless will be there to tell you about the next steps and to answer your questions. So please come round to meet him.

For more information, please see the flyer below and visit the Dundry Forum.

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435 last modified on 2017-03-25 08:58:07

Police info: New number to report non-urgent rural crime information


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The Force recently launched a dedicated text line for incoming non-urgent information relating to rural crime which has proved very successful. The project is to continue but with a brand new and long-term number 07492 888109 (if you have previously saved 81819 please now delete and replace with this new number).

This is NOT a number to use to report crime or to call for police assistance and it will not be monitored 24/7.

The number can be used to report information of people/vehicles seen behaving suspiciously in the rural community, potentially stolen goods etc.

Alternatively You can report a crime online via our website or if it‘s a crime which requires immediate police attendance then dial 999.

You can still also pass on information anonymously via the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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434 last modified on 2017-03-25 08:53:43

MetroBus News: Information on the new traffic layout in Bristol City Centre


The MetroBus city centre improvements reach a major milestone on Sunday 2 April with the opening of the new link between Baldwin Street and St Augustine‘s Parade and the introduction of new permanent city centre traffic movements.

The changes will simplify traffic flows for motorists, reduce congestion and create more space for public transport, pedestrians and cyclists.


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433 last modified on 2017-03-25 08:39:41

8-9 April: Junior Cylce Tour of the Mendips


Just a quick note to make you aware of a forthcoming major cycle event in the local area – please find attached a press release (plus route maps and photos) that should give you all the information that you need about the event.

We‘d like to minimise any inconvenience that the event may cause and, of course, we‘d also like to think that some people might like to come out to watch what is quite a spectacle.

If you require any further information please either respond via email or feel free to contact the Organiser directly: Jeff Coast - Race Organiser (01934 834319).

Many thanks.

Darren McKimm (BCDS Club Welfare Officer)







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432 last modified on 2017-03-25 08:08:23

Highridge Road to be closed for water works


Please find below an official notice that Highridge Road will be closed on or after 3rd April for up to 5 days.




432-Final Notice - Highridge Rd, Dundry T17-25 - Updated Diversion.pdf



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431 last modified on 2017-03-17 23:25:00

BROADBAND: Everyone can join, with vouchers or without

Many thanks to all of you who registered with Wight Wireless. We now have more than 50 participating households and businesses. - This is a good result for the first week, but we need many more to make this a success.

In case we did not make it clear in our last post: Anyone can join the scheme, whether you have a voucher or not and even if you are currently still locked with another provider. Please get in touch to find out more details: E-mail and or join the Dundry Forum (see link in the top menu).

And please tell all your friends and neighbours about this great initiative. Let‘s get Dundry into the 21st century.

Your Dundry Broadband Group





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430 last modified on 2017-03-11 04:12:45

BROADBAND: Let‘s go wireless!

Having raised an excellent 159 voucher applications last year, of which 131 have been approved by CDS, we attempted to find an Internet Service Provider to provide fibre to the home. After ini- tial promises this has proved a distant hope – maybe years.

We are now working with Wight Wireless ( to provide a wireless network system for Dundry this summer. They would install a small receiver on the outside of your home and run a small cable into your home to a wireless router which provides cable and wireless con- nections for the home with download speeds of 10 or 30 Mbps. To be financially viable they need all voucher holders to sign up with them. They are also keen to encourage other homes.


The choice of where to use the CDS vouchers is, of course, up to every household but any practi- cal upgrade to the current system will require a village-wide response. We therefore urge every voucher holder to sign up with Wight Wireless as this is our best option for improving internet speed. You will shortly be receiving correspondence from them.

Deadline: all homes must register with Wight Wireless before 31 March 2017 to validate their voucher. After this, anyone who has not registered with them will have to pay a connection fee. Please email CDS voucher code, address and postcode to: and it would help us if you copied this to

For your information there are two download speed options:
10 Mbps for £17.50 per month OR 30 Mbps for £24.00 per month plus an additional £9.50 per month for landline Including landline, the 10 Mbps price should be similar to current providers. Just much faster.

NB. If you wish to join us and sign up with Wightwireless we advise you not to renew any existing contract in the next few months as they may charge for any cancellation.



430-Wight Wireless in Dundry V1.8 Statement of Intent.pdf



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429 last modified on 2017-03-10 19:16:01

Police Alert: Don‘t turn your home into a gold mine

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This is a general crime reduction warning. Some parts of the Avon and Somerset Constabulary area have been subject of high value burglaries where gold and jewellery items have been targeted. This not currently an issue in this part of Somerset however there is potential for this type of offence to spread to this area.

Please keep your valuables in a secure place and make sure that all suspicious activity is reported when it is noticed direct to the 101 number, or in an emergency such as an offence taking place call 999.

Advisory leaflets are attached and below:

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428 last modified on 2017-04-08 00:23:38

Mon, 13/03/17: Parish Council Meeting


Please find the published minutes below and further supporting documentation in the public file system.




428-DPC minutes 13th March 2017.pdf



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427 last modified on 2017-03-03 14:50:24

BROADBAND: Regarding Your Voucher Reminders

All Dundry voucher holders received an e-mail from CDS this week reminding them to use their vouchers by 31 March and many have contacted us asking what to do.

As explained in last week‘s forum post, we have been in negotiations with various providers and believe we now have the best possible offer from a company called Wight Wireless.

Of course, you are under no obligation to follow our recommendation, but Wight Wireless needs as many signed-up housholds as possible - with vouchers or without - to make their system sustainable.


We will let you know within the next 7 days about the next steps and once your voucher is assigned, it will be honoured beyond the 31st March deadline.

Installation of the system could start in April and will be completed for all participating households by the summer.

Please come back regularly to this news blog and the Dundry Forum to read the latest. We will also write to all those of you who contacted directly once we have the definite information in place.

Dundry Broadband Group




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426 last modified on 2017-03-02 18:29:12

Sat 04/3/17, 11am, Village Hall: W.I. Jumble Sale

Entrance Fee: Adults 20p, Children 10p

Refreshments available





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425 last modified on 2017-03-02 09:46:28

The Green Belt under threat again?


In case you did not catch the BBC local news report on Monday, 27th February, please click on the image to the left to watch a recording.

In short, the new Metro Mayor may have powers to ease Green Belt regulations in order to make more greenfield land available for house building. With regards to the Green Belt, the report only talks about "green rolling pastures" and fails to explain the actual purposes of the Green belt, which are:


Should we be worried? Perhaps we can count ourselves lucky that North Somerset Council has rejected the Metro Mayor scheme and promised that it will be able to meet projected housing needs within the next 20 years without touching the Green Belt.

But we better watch this space (literally).




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424 last modified on 2017-02-25 19:46:15

Site Updates: NSC Newsletters and Dundry Forum


Apologies for this belated newsletter, I am still struggling with some technical gremlins that stop it from being sent out automatically.

There has not been any breaking news this week, but we received two newsletters from North Somerset Council (Streetscene and Town and Parish Digest) which can be found in our public file area.

There has also been some development with the broadband project, but rather than repeating all the info here, please read it in the Dundry Forum.

Hopefully back on track next week.

Your Dundry Webmaster





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423 last modified on 2017-02-17 17:21:39

Police Alert: Burglary in Oxleaze Lane


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Overnight 15-16 February outbuilding at Oxleaze Lane, Dundry was broken into. 4 motorbikes (Yamaha and Triumph)and a quad bike stolen.

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422 last modified on 2017-02-17 00:12:42

Sign a slate for the roof of St. Michael‘s Church

We plan to have the next signing sometime in Autumn / Winter 2017

Vouchers will be issued for each slate purchased
and the messages recorded in a Commemorative Book that will be kept in Church.

For example, a message could read:

Happy Silver Anniversary
Mum & Dad
1 January 2016

Your slate, Your message, just £25

If you haven‘t already organised a slate or would like further information, please contact:

Annette: OR Jane: 07826 821569







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421 last modified on 2017-02-17 00:11:03

Volunteers required for opening of the church tower

Dundry Church Tower is hoping to open on the first Sunday of each month from April - September from 2 - 4pm. However, we need more volunteers to escort visitors up and down the tower steps and also volunteers to provide the refreshments, coffee and tea bags provided, volunteers to provide milk, cakes or biscuits.

If you are interested and you are able to help, please phone or text - Ann 0747 1940021

Many thanks and I look forward to hearing from you.





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420 last modified on 2017-02-17 22:22:39

Letter from Dr Liam Fox in support of the Green Belt

Despite his busy schedule within the government and the Brexit negotiations, Dr Liam Fox has found the time to consider and respond the the issue of possible housing development on Green Belt land near Dundry, which is much appreciated. Please find his letter to the Leader of North Somerset Council, Nigel Ashton, attached.







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419 last modified on 2017-02-10 12:30:48
DADS supporting "Evita" at the Bristol Hippodrome
418 last modified on 2017-02-10 12:29:31

Are you caring for someone? - Healthwatch North Somerset wants to hear from you.

We are collecting views of carers in North Somerset to see how health & social care services meet your needs.

Why not tell us about your experience; what is working well and what could be done better?

You can contact us on the number below and we will call you back. Or we can send a questionnaire to you along with a freepost envelope. Otherwise download the Carers Survey from our Web site.

Closing date is end of March 2017.

Healthwatch North Somerset



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417 last modified on 2017-02-16 18:32:58

Mon 13/02/17: Parish Council Meeting


Please find the published minutes below and further supporting documentation in the public file system.




417-DPC minutes 13th February 2017.pdf



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416 last modified on 2017-02-03 17:13:24

£788,000 additional funding for road improvements in North Somerset

Following an announcement by the Department for Transport, it has been confirmed that North Somerset Council will receive a further £788,000 in 2017/18 to support the council‘s ongoing commitment to improving the roads across the area.

In 2015, the council pledged to invest £40m in road maintenance and improvement schemes over a five year period. Today’s news confirms the funding that the council will receive from government in the new financial year. In addition to the £3.6m allocated for highways maintenance and £276,000 from the national pothole fund, the council will receive £788,000 from the new National Productivity Investment Fund announced by the Chancellor in the Autumn Statement.


The council is also eligible to apply for a share of the £175m national fund to deliver a road safety scheme on the A371 between Weston-super-Mare and Banwell.

On Monday, Transport Minister Andrew Jones MP will visit North Somerset to see for himself the work the council is doing to improve roads across the area. He will visit a road in Long Ashton where the council will demonstrate with highways contractor Skanska, the technique used for repairing potholes.

Cllr Elfan Ap Rees, Deputy Leader of North Somerset Council, and also responsible for roads and transport in North Somerset, will accompany the minister during his visit: “I am looking forward to showing the minister the work we are doing to ensure we do all we can to improve the condition of the roads across North Somerset and reduce congestion.

“The condition of roads in North Somerset is comparable with that in other areas across the country, and investing in roads remains high on the agenda for us. This additional investment will help us do more to halt the deterioration caused historically by successive years of under-investment.”

As well as repairing potholes, North Somerset Council takes a ‘whole-life’ proactive approach to roads to make sure that wherever possible preventative work is carried out to extend the life of the road surface before potholes start to form.

Cllr Ap Rees added: “Public demand is to spend money on immediate and reactive repairs but evidence shows that spending money on preventative and structural maintenance is much more cost effective in the long term.

“The more the overall network deteriorates, the more the demand for reactive response gets out of control. This can lead to a vicious circle of prioritising spend on reactive maintenance and making less available for structural and preventative measures.”

In 2016 the council repaired 20,073 potholes as well as laying more than 21,500 square metres of road patching, using a variety of methods – for example, thermal patching recycles the existing surface meaning a typical pothole repair can be completed with just one van and two operators in approximately 20 minutes, minimising disruption for road users.

Information about future planned road repairs, traffic and road improvement schemes as well as public transport and real-time traffic information can all be viewed on the council’s interactive roads map at Residents can also set up email alerts to stay informed about roadworks in their own area. Potholes and other road issues should be reported online at




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415 last modified on 2017-01-27 08:33:35
Neighbourhood Watch Newsletter Spring 2017
414 last modified on 2017-01-22 08:32:15
Newsletter delayed
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Mon 23/01/17: East Dundry Lane closed for 3 days
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Crime reduction message: Mark your property

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Crime reduction message:

There is a range of property marking options available including permanent forensic marking solutions, engraving, permanent marker/paint. Choose an option (or options) best suited to you and if you are looking at marking high value items such as art and antiques seek advice from an expert.

Record property on the national property database which can help deter thieves and increase your chances of getting property returned.

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411 last modified on 2017-01-21 10:02:58

Dundry Playground now fully owned by the Parish Council

Dundry Playground was conceived by Dundry Playground Group in 2010. Funding was sought mainly from Community Spaces, and after a long period of community consultation about the location, design, and layout of the playground, it was built in 2011 and officially opened at the Grand Opening event in early November 2011. During 2012, further funding was provided by Community Spaces for four events to bring people to the Playground: the Winter Games Event in January, the Spring ‘Dundry Day‘ Event in May, the Summer Pottery Workshop Event in July, and the Autumn Bench Workshop and Tree Planting Event in September. We also held a Mediaeval Fun Event, which coincided with Dundry Playground‘s second birthday in November 2013.

On 3 November 2016, the five-year-old Dundry Playground was handed over to Dundry Parish Council and Dundry Playground Group, having done its job, ceased to exist. Any questions or comments relating to Dundry Playground should be directed to Dundry Parish Council.


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BROADBAND: Strategic Decision
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Healthwatch North Somerset looking for volunteers
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Mon 16/01/17: SBL opening
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Sat 21/01/17, 7.30pm, Village Hall: Live Concert in aid of St. Michael‘s Church
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Mon 09/01/17: Parish Council Meeting
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Happy New Year!
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Merry Christmas!
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Broadband: Please read latest articles in the Dundry Forum
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MetroBus Newsletter
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Police Alert: Burglaries in and near Dundry
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Broadband: Latest News
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No changes to bin collections over Christmas
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Broadband: Vouchers arriving
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Mon 12/12/16: Parish Council Meeting
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BROADBAND: Voucher registration closed - What next?
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Thu, 15/12/16, 6.30pm, Church + RBL: Carol Singing
394 last modified on 2016-12-02 12:27:05
18/12/16: Don‘t forget to order your new green wheelie bin
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NEWSFLASH: Dundry can get superfast broadband, but we need your help
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Sat, 26/11/16, 7.30pm, Keynsham: Concert of the CVCS
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Beware of counterfeit banknotes
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Dundry Recreation Ground – update from Dundry Parish Council
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Come and join D.A.D.S. for its upcoming production
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Have your say on the WofE Joint Spatial Plan and Joint Transport Study (phase 2)
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Mon 14/11/16: Parish Council Meeting
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Your Patch #12: Bi-monthly round-up of scheduled NSC works
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New Web Site Feature: The Dundry Forum

If you have ever wondered how to exchange information with other users of this site (including members of the Parish Council) or to make public announcements without having to ask the Webmaster - here is your answer: We now have an interactive Web site feature where you can do all these things. It is called The Dundry Forum (please see new entry in the top menu).

When you first click on the link, you will see the Forum as a guest, which means you can read its contents but you cannot write anything. In order to get posting permission, you‘ll have to go through a standard registration procedure, which involves choosing a username and password, copying information from a Captcha image and clicking on a confirmation link sent by e-mail.


At the moment, the Forum is still quite empty, showing just a link to the current newsletter and a welcome message. It will be up to you to fill it with interesting topics and discussions.

However, a little warning before you start: Please be polite to each other! By all means, let‘s have lively exchanges and lots of banter, but it should be a pleasant experience for everyone involved. I am both the administrator and moderator of this facility and while I cannot take responsibility for any personal views expressed, I will keep an eye on the language used and may intervene if I feel it gets too abusive. - But I am sure this will not be necessary as we are all good friends and neighbours, aren‘t we?.

Go on, give it a try! I am looking forward to seeing you there.

Your Dundry Webmaster




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Broadband Universal Service Obligation: Government Statement of Intent
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Sat 05/11/16, 7.30pm, St. Mary Redcliffe: This Precious Earth - Choral Performance
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Sat 29/10/16, 11am, Blagdon Village Club: 672 Bus Forum
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Surprise naming decision for the SBL
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Town and Parish Digest #22 - the latest news from North Somerset Council
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NSC considering measures against off-site airport parking
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Ongoing Roadworks and free Taxi Service
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Christmas Menu at the Royal British Legion
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Looking for a lift to Chew Stoke Surgery
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Volunteering to help Syrian refugees in North Somerset
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Mon, 07/11/16, 4-6.30pm, Village Hall Car Park: Re-use and Recycling Event
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Further info about the closure of West Dundry Lane
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Official name for the South Bristol Link
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Belluton Narrows Slope Stabilisation Scheme, Pensford.
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Recycling and waste service changes
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Mon 10/10/16: Parish Council Meeting
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More info about road closures and replacement of water mains
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Using the bus stop at the bottom of Dundry Lane
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St. Giles Fair pictures
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More info on upcoming road closures
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Dundry WI Produce Show
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Metrobus works on the M32
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Police News: Burglar caught in Yanleigh Close
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12-18/09/16 Recycling Week
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Road closures in Crabtree Lane and West Dundry Lane
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Mon 12/09/16: Parish Council Meeting
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Changes to the 672 bus service
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History: Roman roads through Dundry
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Sat 27/08/16, RBL: Annual BBQ
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Sat 17/09/16, 12-2pm, Village Hall: St. Giles Fair
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No more Mobile Library stops in Dundry
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Use of the Airport Flyer for Diamond Card holders
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Have your say on your policing priorities
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15/10/16, 9.30am, St.Andrews Chew Stoke: Come and Sing (CVCS)
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Notice of Conclusion of Audit for the year ended 31/03/16
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Dundry Village Hall: Bookings Clerk and Cleaner Vacancies
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Mon 01/08/16, Downs Road: Traffic disruption during works at Dundry Reservoir
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Taylor Wimpey development plans - What are your views?
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Join the Parish Recycling Scheme
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Balloon Fiesta Tower Opening Times
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Thu 14/07/16, 10.30am: Coffee Morning in aid St. Giles Fair
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Mon 11/07/16: Parish Council Meeting
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Help shape the Police and Crime Plan for Avon and Somerset!
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Be vigilant and protect your property!
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Summer Activities at North Somerset's Children's Centres
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Thur 24/11/16, 10.30-12noon, Winford School: First Aid Training for Parents and Children under 5
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Thu 07/07/16, 3.30-8pm, Village Hall: Exhibition on new large housing development in The Vale (formerly known as Ashton Park)
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Wed 29/06/16: Traffic disruption in Downs Road
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Sat 13/08/16, 3.30pm, Village Hall: W.I. and Village Produce Show - New Contact Details
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What will you call the new South Bristol Link road?
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New waste collection contract coming into effect in March 2017
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Fly-Tipping: Report it!
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Site Update: Public File System re-sorted
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Dundry Community Facebook page goes live
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North Somerset Council rejects West of England devolution deal
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Mon 13/06/16: Parish Council Meeting
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Spring is here and Dundry Church Tower is open this Sunday
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Litter Picking Equipment Available
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Dundry Parish Council External Audit (legal notice)
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Sun 10/07/16, 11am, Tobacco Factory: The Dundry Drubber
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Road Repairs
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Power Cuts and Digging Works
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Sat 23/07/16: "Tough As Nails" - Our police officers support charity run
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Bristol Airport Community Notification
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Sun 29/05/126, 4pm, Carpenter's Tavern: Cider Fest
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Official Notice of the EU Referendum
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West of England Joint Spatial Plan - Consultation Summary
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Broadband Universal Service Obligation - Consultation Outcome
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Fri 10/06/16, 8pm: M32 Weekend Closure for Building Works
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Sun 15/05/16, 2pm, Church Tower: Teddy Bear Parachute Jump
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Dundry Church featured in Radio Bristol's "Clueless"
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Broadband: More about the proposed Universal Service Obligation
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Mon 09/05/16: Parish Council Meeting
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Fri 27/05/16, 7.30pm, Bishop Sutton: Chew Valley Performing Arts Space Fundraising Event
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Site Update: All links live again
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This is what happened at the Annual Parish Meeting
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Community Connect: Stay Well, Stay Safe, Stay Connected
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Tue 26/04/16, 7pm, Weston-super-Mare: Meet the PCC Candidates
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21/04/16: Happy Birthday Ma'am!
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Further police information about rogue traders
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Broadband: Government consultation on Universal Service Obligation
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Mon 11/04/16: Parish Council Meeting
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Thu 05/05/16: Police and Crime Commissioner Election
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Thu 14/04/16. 7.30pm, Village Hall: Village Hall AGM
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Sat 09/04/16, 7.30pm, Carpenters Tavern: Quiz Night
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CANCELLED: Sun 03/04/16, 2-4pm: Church Tower open
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Happy Easter!
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Village Hall Cheese & Wine 27th February
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Sun, 17/07/16: Great Weston Ride
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Police Alert: Number Plate Thefts
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Police Alert: Rogue Antiques Trader
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North Somerset Streetscene Magazine Jan-Feb 16
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Mon, 14/03/16: Parish Council Meeting
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Police Alert: Burglary in Dundry
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Progress on the Church Roof
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Thu 17/03/16, 3pm, Backwell W.I. Hall: Backwell Ladies Choir
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Fri 04/03/16, 11am, Dundry Baptist Chapel: Women's World Day of Prayer
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Slate Signing for the Church Roof
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Mon 25/04/16, 7.30p, Village Hall: Annual Parish Meeting
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Sat 05/03/16, 11am, Village Hall: W.I. Jumble Sale
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Virgin Media for faster Internet in Dundry?
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A message from Mark Hamblin and Emma Canton
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Update from Bristol Water plc
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Mon, 08/02/16: Parish Council Meeting
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Church Update
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Sat 06/02/16, 10-1, Sun 07/02/16, 2-4: Sign a roof slate for Dundry Church
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Sat, 27/02/16, 8pm, Village Hall: Cheese and Wine Evening
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New batch of notelets for sale in aid of the Dundry Church Appeal
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Wed, 27/01/16, 10.30am, Felton Village Hall: A Talk about scams and how to avoid them
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Do you need any assistance, care or support?
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Dundry News Blog got 10,000 clicks since May 2014
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New litter bins installed
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Children's Christmas Gift Appeal a huge success - thank you to all who contributed
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Mon, 11/01/16: Parish Council Meeting
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Good news about Dundry School test results
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Long Ashton post office blown up!
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Happy New Year everyone!
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Church grateful for DADS donation, works have started
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And finally...
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North Somerset "Streetscene" Newsletter
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Two enthusiastic, committed people wanted to join Dundry Parish Council
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Village car park mistaken for Runway 27!
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Dundry Village Hall Needs Your Help
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Wed, 16/12/15: Parish Council Meeting
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Alternative Broadband Suggestions
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South Bristol Children Appeal needs more help. - It is not too late!
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Forthcoming consultation events about the WofE Joint Spacial Plan (2)
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Forthcoming consultation events about the WofE Joint Spacial Plan (1)
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Bristol Water works on Dundry Lane postponed
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Doorstep crime alert - Longwell Green and Bishopsworth
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IMPORTANT: West of England plans for Housing and Transport until 2036
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Broadoak Hill in the News again (this time for the right reasons)
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Sat, 28/11/15, 7.30pm, Chew Magna: Concert of the Chew Valley Choral Society
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Planting Scheme/Biodiversity at the new Bristol Water Reservoir
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Broadoak Hill works nearing completion
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A Message from our Marathon Runner Niall
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New Toddler Group at the Carpenters Tavern
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Road Closures in Dundry
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Mon, 09/11/15: Parish Council Meeting
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Thank you for our lovely finger posts!
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New Dundry reservoir keeps up the Bristol Water pressure
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Christmas Present Appeal for South Bristol Children
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New water reservoir nearing completion
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Changes to the Ringmaster Messaging System
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Sat, 21/11/15, 2-4pm, Village Hall: W.I. Winter Fair
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Mon, 12/10/15: Parish Council Meeting
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Thu, 17/12/15, 6pm, VH Car Park: Carol Singing
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Mon, 26/10/15, 4-6.30pm, VH Car Park: Electric Waste Amnesty
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Great news for our church roof from the Heritage Lottery Fund
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Abseil from the top of Dundry Church Tower
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CANCELLED: Sat, 17/10/15: Cheese and Wine Evening
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Broadoak Hill: It is happening, finally!
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Sat 19/09/15, 12-2, Village Hall: St. Giles Fair
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Home Energy Advice
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Mon, 14/09/15: Parish Council Meeting
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Raising two roofs with "Allo, Allo"
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Support Niall this Sunday: Running to Raise the Roof
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Kevin's 3 Peaks Challenge for "Raising the Roof of Dundry Church"
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Ringmaster Alert: More Burglaries in Dundry
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The UK's most disappointing visitor attraction: Banksy's Dismaland in WsM
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Ringmaster Alert: Thefts in Dundry
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Some more information about the new bus service 97
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Make Sunday Special event
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New bus service starting on 24 August
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Kevin Smith on a Three Peaks Challenge for Dundry Church!
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A message to the Dundry W.I.
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Forward Activities: New date for the re-scheduled bike event
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V-J-Day 70: Calling all war veterans in Dundry!
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Ringmaster Alert: Burglary in Upton Lane
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Summer events at the Dundry RBL
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Weekly food specials at The Carpenters Tavern!
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Parish Council Annual Accounts audited and published
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Forward Activities: Summer Events
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SOLD OUT! Sat, 05/09/15, Village Hall: DADS production of "Allo, Allo"
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Ringmaster Message: Latest edition of Senior Siren available
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Mon, 13/07/15: Parish Council Meeting
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Site Update: New Parish Council Public File System
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Garden Party in aid of Dundry Church
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BROADBAND INITIATIVE: Register your interest with a new, superfast provider operating in the Chew Valley
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BROADBAND INITIATIVE: Your chance to tell BT what you think of their broadband service
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Dundry AFC Pre-Season Training
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What to do with the playing field pitch rail over the summer? (updated)
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BROADBAND INITIATIVE: Millions let down by broadband speed ads, says Which?
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Ringmaster Messsage: National Rural Crime Network Survey
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BROADBAND INITIATIVE: Internet too slow? - Quit your provider!
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South Bristol Link - Newsletters and Updates
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Sat 13/06/15, 11am-2pm: Bristol Cycle Festival coming to Dundry
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Broadoak Hill Roadworks a hot topic on BBC Radio Bristol Breakfast Show
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Summer Ball raises
an amazing £975 !

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Church Tower open this Sunday 2-4
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Mon 08/06/15: Parish Council Meeting
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Ringmaster Message: Seasonal Warnings
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Sat, 06/06/15, 7pm, Village Hall: Summer Ball
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Carpenters Tavern: Beer and Cider Festival this weekend
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Church Page Updated: New Worship Arrangements
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Sat, 08/08/15, 3.30pm, Village Hall: W.I. and Village Produce Show
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Sun, 27/09/15, from 9am: Abseil from the Church Tower
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Mon, 18/05/15, Parish Council Meeting
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27/04/15: APM Minutes
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Holger and Zora at the Royal Garden Party (part 2)
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Holger and Zora at the Royal Garden Party (part 1)
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Election Results 2015
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Sun, 10/05/15, RBL: VE Day Cream Teas and Quiz Night
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9th/16th/23rd May: Entertaining Bedminster History Walks
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BROADBAND INITIATIVE: Where are we going from here?
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Parish Council: Chairman's Annual Report and Financial Accounts
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Proposed Arts Project on Dundry Hill
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Join the Lunch Club!
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Thu, 28/05/15, 7.30pm, Village Hall: Free Heartstart Training
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Ringmaster Message: Beware of Cold Callers
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BROADBAND INITIATIVE: Discussion at the APM on Monday
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Dundry Village Hall Trust Annual Report
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Wed, 29/04/15, 2.30pm, St. Mary Redcliffe: Anton Bantock's Funeral
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Dog Fouling in the Village
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2015 Elections: Official Statement of Persons Nominated
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2015 Church Tower Opening Times
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Sat, 25/04/15, 2pm, Village Hall: Plans for Re-opening the Church
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Mon, 13/04/15: Parish Council Meeting
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Obituary: Anton Bantock MBE (University of Withywood founder)
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Dundry AFC back in top division of Somerset League
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Broadoak Hill Petition
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National Plant Monitoring Scheme launched
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BROADBAND INITIATIVE: The Richard Dimbleby Lecture
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Broadoak Hill: Dundry Parish Council pushes for solution
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St Michael's Church - Unlocking the door?
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District of North Somerset: Official Notice of Elections
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Thu, 16/04/15, 7.30pm: Village Hall Trust AGM
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The Carpenters Tavern Mid Week Special
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Site News: Church, Bin Collection, Library
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Mon, 27/04/15, 7.30pm, Village Hall: Annual Parish Meeting
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Looking for a venue? - Dundry Village Hall
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BROADBAND INITIATIVE: The Technical Problem Explained
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Celebrate Easter at the Dundry Royal British Legion
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Beware of the dangers of Chinese Sky Lanterns
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Sat 21/03/15: Take part in the Great National Spring Clean
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Parish Council Elections 2015
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Site News: Parish Magazine archive now online
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News from Bristol Airport
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Mon, 09/03/13: Parish Council Meeting
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15th March: Mother's Day
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Site News: OpenStreetMap added (looking for editor to update)
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Site News: Mobile Library schedule updated
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Sat, 07/03/15, 11am, Village Hall: W.I. Jumble Sale
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Sat, 21/03/15, 8pm, RBL: Charity Quiz Night
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How to report litter, potholes, dirty streets, local flooding etc. to North Somerset Council
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Mon, 09/02/15: Parish Council Meeting
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Mon 09/02/15, 5-7pm, virtual event: First Group - Meet The Manager
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February 14th is approaching fast
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Stray Cat Strut in Crabtree Close
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The Latest Edition of "Senior Siren"
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Works on the South Bristol Link to start this spring
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Tue, 03/02/15, 4-8pm, Airport Admin Building: Drop-In Session about A38 improvements
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Weekly food specials at The Carpenters Tavern!
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Carpenters Tavern Mid Week Special: 2 Course Roast Dinner
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Sat 24/01/15: Bristol Opening Ceremony as the Green Capital of Europe 2015
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Pothole Update
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New Litter Bins?
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Mon, 12/01/15: Parish Council Meeting
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Broadoak Hill in the News
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Litter Pickers
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Happy New Year!
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Popular theme nights continue at "The Carps"
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Merry Christmas!
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Sun 11/01/15: Changes to local bus services come into effect
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Carol Singing raised £213.15
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Fri, 02/01/15, 10am, Felton Village Hall: Story Telling Sessions for Children
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Ringmaster Email - SOMERSET WEST - BCU08 11122014
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School selling calendars of Gromit
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Site Update: Offline on 9 Dec.
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Attempted Break-In at Downs Farm
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New Year's Eve party at the RBL with Roy Bowery
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Planning Application For New Water Reservoir Approved
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Ringmaster Message: Beware of fraudsters
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Sat 29/11 + 13/12/14, 4-7pm, RBL: Junior Skittles
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Sat. 29/11/14, 7.30pm, St. Andrew's Church Chew Magna: CVCS Christmas Concert
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Sat. 22/11/14, 2pm, Village Hall: Grand WI Winter Fair
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Sun, 23/11/14: Spring Bulb Planting
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Sat, 15/11/14, 8pm, RBL: Quiz Night
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Police Advice for the Festive Season
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Sun 09/11/14: Dundry Remembered
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Mon, 10/11/14: Parish Council Meeting (agenda and minutes)
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Church tower floodlights to be financed by sponsors?
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Sat 01/11/14, 9.30am: Volunteers needed for maintenance work in the Village Hall
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Cheese & Wine Evening a fantastic success!
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Thu, 23/10/14, 3.30pm, Village Hall: Halloween Disco
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Tue 28/10/14, 10am, Village Hall: Kite Flying Workshop
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Tue, 16/12/14, 6.00pm: Dundry Village Carol Singing (CHANGE OF TIME)
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Chew Valley Choral Society - Calling all singers!
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Senior Siren Magazine - Edition 21
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Beware of a recent cold caller scam
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Sat 01/11/14, 7pm, Sports & Social Club: Fireworks Display
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Wed 01/10/14: Parish Council Meeting
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Sat 11/10/14, 8pm, Village Hall: Cheese and Wine Evening
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St Michael the Archangel Church, Dundry: Annual Church Fair
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Tue, 14/10/14, 8pm: Dundry Playground AGM, all welcome
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Sat 20/09/14, 12-2, Village Hall: St. Giles Fair
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04/10/14, 11am, Village Hall: W.I. Jumble Sale
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W.I. Newsletter October 2014
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Wed22/10/14, 10am-12noon, Felton Village Hall: Village Agent Roadshow
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UK terror threat level raised to SEVERE
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Panto time is starting again (first meeting 10/09/14)
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Community Notification from Avon & Somerset Police regarding the NATO summit this weekend
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Your Village Agent is here to help!
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16/09/14, 1-4pm, Timsbury near Bath: Support event for people suffering from hearing or sight loss
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W.I. Newsletter September 2014
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Mobile Library Timetable Updated
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Will your child be aged 4 in the coming year?
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Wed, 03/09/14: Parish Council Meeting (agenda + minutes)
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Ringmaster Message: Online Security
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Site News: Summer Break
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A message from a former Dundry resident
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23-25/08/14 - Beer and Cider Festival at the Carpenter's Tavern
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07-10/08/14 Bristol International Balloon Fiesta - Activity at Bristol Airport
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Beware of Fraudsters
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Ringmaster Message: Anti Social Behaviour Drop In Sessions
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Senior Siren Magazine - Edition 20
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Local Government Boundary Commission - Final Recommendations Report
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North Somerset Children's Centres Summer Activities
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St. Michael's Church Tower - Opening Hours and Safety Advice
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Thu, 21/08/14, 7pm: 50/50 Clothes Sale at Dundry Church
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Sun, 07/09/14, 3pm: Sponsored Teddy Bear Parachute
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W.I. Newsletter August 2014
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Activities for young people in Dundry, Winford, Felton and Regil - We need your ideas!
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Activities for young people: Free Summer Holiday Drama Sessions
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Your Parish Council's official response to the planned water reservoir
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Great Western Air Ambulance - appeal for help
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Traffic disruption expected as major A370 maintenance scheme begins on 11th August
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Ringmaster Message: Advice on how to protect your home over the holiday season
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Wed 16/07/14, Nailsea: Police offers free bike marking event
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Volunteers Needed for Additional Tower Opening Dates
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NEW DATE: Tue 30/09/14, 4-6pm, Village Hall: WEEE amnesty event to get rid of your old electrical equipment
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Recycling food waste just got easier!
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Every Wednesday 7.30-9pm: Football training with Dundry AFC at the playing fields
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Wed, 02/07/14: Parish Council Meeting (agenda + minutes)
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Sat, 09/08/14, 3.30pm, Village Hall: Dundry W.I. and Village Produce Show
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W.I. Newsletter July 2014
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Roadworks on Broadoak Hill
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Safari Supper cancelled
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Having a good time at the Barn Dance
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Sports & Social Club Fun Day
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What's On in Dundry
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We need a new Neighbourhood Watch Scheme Co-ordinator
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Campaigning for general practice funding
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Parish Magazine June 2014 available for download
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Wed 4th June 2014: Parish Council Meeting (agenda + minutes)
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Re-organisation of local election ward boundaries
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News about the 672 bus service
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Site Update: Dundry Newsletter now open to subscriptions
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Mon, 30/06/14, 7.30pm, Village Hall, Free Heartstart Training
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Major Planning Project: New Bristol Water Reservoir on Dundry Hill
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17 May 2014: Church held open day, showing plans for the future
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Site Update: News Blog can now contain photo galleries
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Ringmaster Crime Report
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W.I. Newsletter June 2014
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Neighbourhood Policing Awards
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Singing For the Brain
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Wed 7th May 2014: Parish Council Meeting (agenda + minutes)
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Site Update: New Photos of the Churchyard Project available
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Saturday 7th June 2014, 7.30pm: Barn Dance in aid of the Village Hall
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Thursday 22nd May 2014: Don't forget to vote in the European Elections
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Sunday 1st June 2014: The Dundry Big Lunch
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Saturday 17 May 2014 from 12 Noon: Dundry Church Looks To The Future
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Please support your Village Hall
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Toddler Group in Danger of Closing Down
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