Special Events

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Group Announcements

Chew Magna

Chew Magna Filling Station


Chew Magna Filling Station meets every fourth Thursday at 7.30pm

in the Pelly Barn, Chew Magna. An exciting new way to worship.

Join us for teaching, worship, coffee and cake - it's all good! See you there!

We meet next on the 27th September

and the speaker will be Keith Powell

 See also the Filling Station website

St Andrew's Prayer Group, will meet on the 2nd Monday of each month at 3pm, in St Andrew's Lady Chapel from April to October


Dundry Church has almost completed its major reordering project. Can you help by spreading the word, fund raising or donating? See more on the Dundry Village webpage.


Official re-opening Saturday 29th September, 10am -5pm, come and see our renovations and additions to the church, teas and cakes will be served throughout the afternoon. Ribbon Cutting at 2.00pm. Launch Service for the Group on Sunday 30th at 10.30am, and for the village 'Hymns & Pimms' at 4.00pm.


Click here to make a donation on our Just Giving page, or donate by texting DUND33 followed by your amount(e.g. £5) to 70070.

Dundry C of E Primary School     welcome you to their  

Annual Community Open Day on

Tuesday 25th September

 You are welcome to come along and see the school in action, look around our classrooms, ask the staff and children questions and…

 lay your piece on our exciting school mosaic.

To book a tour of our school and lay your mosaic piece, please call Mrs Harrison in the school office on 01179 647181.

Stanton Drew

Community Cafe

Come along to the Community Cafe at Stanton Drew Church. Open from 10.00am to 12.00 on the second Saturday of each month; it's an opportunity for the community to come together, buy local produce, and meet the neighbours. You'll also be tempted into a bacon buttie!!

Community Choir and Bell Ringing

You'll find details of these activities in the parish magazine. Did you know we are getting a 6th bell for the tower.Once it is fitted you will need to listen out for the peal of 6!


Norton Malreward


Chew Stoke

Wednesday 3 October 12.30pm soup lunches restart in Chew Stoke church hall. 

Friday 5 October 3.15pm-4.30pm harvest tea, with bulb planting in preparation for Christmas, in Chew Stoke church hall. 

Saturday 6 October 7.30pm harvest supper with entertainment, in Chew Stoke church hall.

Sunday 7 October 10.30am harvest festival service.  Please bring fresh produce for auction during refreshments after the service, and dry goods for donation to the Community of the Sisters of the Church in St Paul's, Bristol, who provide food parcels for local families. 

Saturday 20 October 7pm doors open for antiques valuation evening with Toby Pinn from Clevedon Salerooms, in Chew Stoke church hall.  Bring an item, antique or modern, for a free valuation.  Supper, bar and raffle.  Tickets £15, available from The Stoke Inn, or tel: 01275 333572. 

Nempnett Thrubwell

Sunday 14 October 10.30am harvest festival at The Blessed Virgin Mary, Nempnett Thrubwell, followed by 12.30pm harvest lunch in the village hall. £10 adults, £5 children.  Lunch: jacket potato, cold meats/vegetarian quiche & salad, apple pie & cream, and a glass of cider punch.  BYOB.  Contact Jane Oosthuizen for tickets: 01761 463258.


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