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Welcome to LocalReach! February might not be everyone’s favourite month, but it’s a special one. It’s the only month that can pass with no full moon and this year will be the first time this has occurred since 1999, and will be the last time until 2037. It is the shortest month of the year, but it’s hard to believe when you see all that’s happening in and around Wells this month, from music to fund-raisers. Plus, of course, there is Valentine’s Day to celebrate and half term to enjoy. February is also be one of the coldest months of the year, but take some comfort in the fact that the days are getting longer, the evenings lighter, and before you know it, it will be spring. In the meantime, there are always the snowdrops to enjoy….. Andrea Cowan, Community Editor for LocalReach Editorial deadline for the March issue is 1st February 2018

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Sunday 4th February: The Swan Hotel has teamed up with Wells City Archives to give guests a unique opportunity to view previously unseen Victorian artefacts. These pieces will take you on a journey through the ages of the hotel.

and in return we get all the communities; events, news & information.

The evening also includes a very special Victorian themed gala dinner and a talk from local archivist, Clare Blackmore.

WELLS REFUGEE AID Every Friday: Wells Refugee Aid is collecting donations for refugees and displaced people around the world. Donations go to such places as Syria, Greece, Sierra Leone, Ukraine etc. We collect items from clothing and bedding, to food and medicinal items. They would especially like to support the Coats4Calais appeal. Please bring spare warm coats:small and medium sized men’s coats are needed most. Men’s hats gloves and scarves also much in demand. Full details of what is required can be found at

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WELLS METHODIST CHURCH Sunday 4th February: 10.30am - Café Church with Lois Emm Saturday 10th February: Coffee Morning from 10am – 12noon in aid of Church Funds Sunday 11th February: 10.30am - Holy Communion conducted by Rev Nick Lakin, followed by refreshments

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Sunday 18th February: 10.30am – Morning Worship with Roy Bryant, followed by refreshments and 4.00pm – Churches Together in the Wells Area (CTWA) Café Church with Rev Nick Lakin Sunday 25th February: 10.30am – Morning Worship with Rob Haskins, followed by the Church Lunch. Everyone welcome. Wells Methodist Church, Southover BA5 1UG.

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Sunday 4th February: This is the first of 2018’s Pennard Acoustic Cafes. Music and spoken word performers put the date in your diary and come along at 2pm for a friendly open mic with home baking and hot drinks for sale, and free craft activities for all ages.

Come along on 4 February and see what it’s all about! Entry just £2 and performers get free drink. 2pm at West Pennard Village hall. Check out our facebook page for more details.

CHORUS OF DISAPPROVAL Monday 5th February: Rehearsals for Wells’ biggest community choir begins again every Monday night at Stoberry Park School, from 7.30-8.30pm. The philosophy is simple; there are no auditions, members don't have to be able to read music and everyone is welcome. If you are interested in joining please contact Andrew on 01749 673375. New members are always welcome!

MENDIP RAMBLERS Monday 5th February: a 1 ½ hour circular walk of approximately three miles, starting from Wookey, Church Road, BA5 1JW at 1.30pm. The walk is led by Mary, telephone: 01749 342285 or 07951 467453 The Mendip Ramblers walk almost anywhere in Mendip and surrounding areas. Routes avoid roads as far as possible, using footpaths and bridleways. All walk leaders are volunteers, who have given their time to survey the walk as well as lead it on the day. They are always interested to hear from anyone who would like to find out about becoming a leader. All details can be found on

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Tuesday 6th February: The Arts Society Mendip talk for February is “From Bristol to the sea: Artists, the Avon Gorge and Bristol Harbour” by Francis Greenacre, Curator of Fine Art at Bristol Museum and Art Gallery from 1969 to 1997. The lecture will tell the story of a maritime city whose history has inspired outstanding artists such as JMW Turner, Thomas Girtin, JS Cotman, as well as excellent resident artists such as Francis Danby and the artists of the Bristol School. Other highlights will include Muller's sketches of the Bristol Riots 1831, Jackson's watercolours of Brunel's alternative proposals for the Suspension Bridge and Joseph Walter's paintings of Brunel's ships, the Great Western and the Great Britain. 11am at Bath and West Bar & Restaurant, B&W Show Ground, Shepton Mallet, BA4 6QN. Guests Welcome. Contact 01934 862435.

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Diamonds a cut above the rest Clevedon Salerooms Jewellery Specialist John Kelly, Fellow of the Gemmological Association has been appraising fine jewellery and silver for more than three decades. With the demand for diamond jewellery at an all time high, fuelled by the expansion of a class of wealthy consumers from the East, now is a very good time to have a rummage in that jewellery box or safe and perhaps consider realising the value of that unworn jewellery. While diamonds are valued on the Four C’s: Cut, Clarity, Colour and Carat, it can be argued that there exists a fifth ‘C’ that can dramatically affect value; Cartier, one of the most famous jewellery companies in the world, founded in Paris in 1847 by Louis-Francois Cartier. This graduated five stone baguette cut diamond ring bears the highly regarded name Cartier and was sold at Clevedon Salerooms for £5,000, comfortably more than double what you would expect for a similar ring without that all-important ‘fifth C.’ If you would like John to have a no-obligation look through the contents of your jewellery box to reveal what treasures may be hidden within, why not come and meet him on Friday 16th February at the Salerooms between 10am – 4pm at the Specialist Jewellery, Silver and Watch Free Valuation Day. No appointment is necessary and there is ample free parking.


WELLS BOARD GAME GROUP Wednesday 7th and 21st February: If you love board games, this is the club for you. Meeting every fortnight, it is a relaxed, informal group. Come along and play everything from cribbage to cards. You can buy drinks and cakes from Lindsay who runs the cafe. There is plenty of parking. Entry is £1. 7- 9.30pm. Cheese Yard Café, West Horrington.

WELLS WI Tuesday 6th February: this month we will welcome Judith Derbyshire of Purely Probate. She will be talking about wills, trusts & probate. These are subjects many of us have very little knowledge of. Non members welcome. 7.30pm at Wells & Mendip Museum. Follow us on Facebook @wellssomersetwi , Twitter @Wells_WI or email

KEEP DANCING Wednesday evenings: Wells Folk Dance Club meets every Wednesday evening. 7th, 14th and 28th February: we have a mixed programme of English, squares and contra dances; contra dance is similar to barn dance but with more energy and more moves - and is a lot more fun! On the 21 February members of the club will be calling the dances. All dances are taught with a walk through before the music starts. You do not need to bring a partner. The annual membership fee is £7.00; the weekly fee is £3.50 for members and £4 for visitors, which includes light refreshment. New members - first evening is free. 7.30pm to 9.30pm at Dinder Village Hall. For further information visit or email

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NEVILLE’S ISLAND A Comedy in Thick Fog by Tim Firth Award winning company Street Theatre have been delivering quality drama to the Strode Theatre stage for over 20 years, presenting a diverse mix of productions to create a strong, loyal following at a professional theatre. Their March production is the hilarious comedy by Tim Firth, who also wrote Calendar Girls. Imagine a cross between “Lord of the Flies” and the sitcom “The Office”, with the cast doused in water and you will get an idea of what to expect! Four out of condition middle aged businessman sent off on a team-building exercise in the Lake District get shipwrecked on an island on Derwentwater. Bound in by fog, menaced by the wildlife and cut off from the world, this perfunctory middle-class exercise turns into a carnival of


recrimination, French, cricket and sausages. What should have been a bonding process for Gordon, Angus, Roy and Neville turns into a muddy, bloody fight for survival. You can expect plenty of laughs and water, yet moments of pathos too. A theatrical experience not to be missed. Performance Dates 22nd - 24th March Venue

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HEALTHY WALKS Wednesday 7th and 28th February: A health walk is a free, regular, easily accessible walk which encourages a brisk pace and is run by a trained leader. Meet at Pickwicks Café, 25/27 Broad Street, Wells BA5 2DJ, 11am, for a 1- 1 ½ hour walk in and around Wells. The walk will include paths, tracks, possibly fields and stiles if suitable. Can be muddy/slippery if wet.

WELLS CATHEDRAL FREE LUNCHTIME ORGAN RECITALS Thursday 8th February: Timothy Noon (Director of Music, Exeter Cathedral). Thursday 22nd February: Students of Wells Cathedral School. Both concerts are from 1.05-1.45pm and held in the Quire. Admission is free with a retiring collection in aid of Wells Cathedral Music.

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This is an amateur production by kind permission of Samuel French Ltd.

Friday 9th February: Come along for a charity night of glitz, glamour and fun to raise funds for Marie Curie.

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There will be music from the 20s, 30s , 40s and 50s with singer Lin Phelps accompanied by The Silver Levels Band. Guests are encouraged to enter into the spirit of the evening and ‘dress to impress’.

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There is a bar, a raffle and an additional " Blind Raffle " where your tickets will be taken as you arrive and automatically entered into the raffle for a £550 prize. Wells Town Hall from 7.30 - 10.30 pm. Tickets are £8 which include a free drink on arrival. Available from the Town Hall or delivery can be arranged by contacting Tina Blackwill on or 07450367805.

ALFIE’S FUNDRAISING EVENT Saturday 10th February: Come along and meet Alfie, a working guide dog and his guide dog friends. There’s something for all the family: face painting, refreshments and a raffle. All money made goes to Guide Dogs for the Blind. Alfie is almost seven years old and, without him, his owner Helen would be house bound with no independent mobility. In recognition of the importance of the work of these wonderful dogs, Helen raises money for the charity by running marathons, annually reaching in the region of £7,500. For 2018 she will be taking on the Bath half marathon, the Yeovil Half Marathon, the London Marathon and the Langport Triathlon. You can follow her journey on her blog page called #RunHelenRun and there is a Just Giving Page


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Two local young budding actors have been successful in their bid to play Shakespeare’s star-crossed lovers in Wells Theatre Festival’s community production of Romeo and Juliet this July. Beth Millward (16) from Shepton Mallet is at Strode College. Julian Laws (15) from Blagdon is a student at Churchill Academy. Meanwhile directors Rosalind Johnson and Louise Merrifield are still looking men, women and children of all ages for the ensemble cast. Rosalind, Founder and Artistic Director of the Festival, said: "We are really keen to cast this production entirely from people in the local community." If you would like to be a member of the ensemble cast please contact For further information contact Alex Holdaway on 07884 311035 or

MENDIP BUSINESS AWARDS 2018 The Mendip Business Awards are now open to entries from all businesses with premises within the district. The Awards are now in their 4th year and are set for success following the impressive standard of entries received last year. The Awards are held to recognise and celebrate some of the 4,000 independent and vibrant businesses based in Mendip. Winning an award not only offers a fantastic opportunity for extensive free marketing, but can be a real boost for the whole team, whilst offering reassurance to any potential customers that they’re using an award winning firm. This year’s awards have a category for every type of business, including a new category ‘Apprentice of the Year’, recognising the talented stars of tomorrow. Entries in this category come from the employer, making it a great way to recognise hard work and talent. Entries close at noon on Friday 23rd March. To submit an award entry or for more information please visit: or email

ART 360° On a gloriously warm and sunny day last August artists of all ages and abilities came together on the Cathedral Green to make images of the Cathedral and its surroundings. The day, called ART 360°, was organised by the Wells Civic Society and supported by Wells Cathedral and the Armandine Gallery in Sadler Street and resulted in some remarkable art works, which were exhibited in the West Cloister of the Cathedral. Prizes were awarded in three categories and art materials donated by the Armandine Gallery were sent to the under 10 and 11-18 winners. The overall winner, for his pen and watercolour painting, Martin Banner from Wedmore, was presented with his prize – the image mounted on canvas – on a sunny but much cooler day. Chair of the Civic Society, Chris Winter, presenting Martin with his prize, said that she was very grateful to all those who helped to make the day possible and to everyone who took part. “Young and not-so-young, expert and novice came together to enjoy a wonderful, creative day. Special thanks too to Clare Blackmore and Hilary Waters, who worked so hard to make it a great day.”

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RETURN OF THE REPAIR CAFÉ Saturday 10th February: after the success of the first Repair Café last year, it is returning for a second time to Wells. The Repair Café is proving really topical. A university researching how quickly goods break and how this contributes to land-fill has been in contact to find out about the café. There is growing public awareness of the damage caused by plastic in the oceans and, with China now rejecting our waste plastic we have an urgent need to repair and recycle rather than throwing away. Local communities need to act for themselves – so bring along anything that is broken and needs fixing, or come along for coffee and see what it’s all about..

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WELLS & DISTRICT GARDENING CLUB Thursday 11th February: For this month’s talk we will have a lovely PowerPoint presentation from Dave Moon on ‘Gardens Far and Near’, set to music and poetry. This will be a pleasant diversion on what will probably be a grim February evening.




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Chinese New Year Eve Celebrations in Westbury sub Mendip ! The Chinese New Year starts on Friday16th February. It is “The Year of the Dog” and is another chance to make or reset your New Year Health & Vitality Resolutions. You are welcome to join the Tai Chi group to start the Chinese New Years Eve Celebrations on Thursday 15th February 12 to 1pm in Westbury Village Hall Tai Chi is a gentle moving meditation, that has been practiced for centuries in China and now world wide, including Westbury every Thursday. The graceful flowing movements promote wellbeing through a holistic approach coordinating mind, body and breath.The increase in Chi flow helps with balance, tranquility and strength and is suitable for all ages and abilities. All welcome to kick start your health and vitality resolutions

MID-SOMERSET AMATEUR RADIO CLUB Monday 12th February: there will be a talk by Dave G3ZXX on the dipole antenna, all welcome. 7.45pm at the 1st Shepton Scout Hall BA4 5XN. Members of the club can now be either Full Members or Social Members at a reduced subscription; both will receive the new Newsletter every month. It is hoped to have social meetings in the afternoon on the last Monday of each month, see the website for further details.

WELLS CATHEDRAL FAMILY CREATIVE WORKSHOP Wednesday 14th February: Wells Cathedral Family ‘Have A Go’ Creative Workshop This is a FREE family workshop held in the Cathedral’s Education Room with no need to book - just turn up and join in! 10:30am – 12pm AND 2:00 - 3:30pm. The Cathedral’s workshops are free but donations to help cover cost of materials are gratefully received. Details of all workshops running in 2018 can be found on the Cathedral’s website at or call 01749 674483.

WELLS CIVIC SOCIETY Wednesday 14th February: Wells Civic Society’s talk this month is: “City of Culture 2021 – win it or not...”. Andy Webb co-ordinated the bid in the summer of 2017 and will talk about the positive outcomes for the city and the region since then. Wells & Mendip Museum. Refreshments will be available for members and guests from 7.15pm. For more information please see or call 01749 673610 or contact

STATIONS OF THE CROSS AT WELLS CATHEDRAL Friday 16th & 23rd February: For many centuries the ‘Way of the Cross’ has been a tradition of following every step of Christ’s journey, from his condemnation by Pontius Pilate to the time when his lifeless body is laid in the tomb. At the Cathedral, the Stations of the Cross make a Jerusalem for us where we are and we too can follow the Way of the Cross. On Fridays during Lent at 12 noon, visitors are invited to be led from station to station by one of the Cathedral clergy and at each station there is a time of meditation and an act of devotion. A guide is available for those who wish to follow the Stations of the Cross independently.

HALF TERM AT THE BISHOP’S PALACE Monday 12th February: “Mini Make-it Monday” - family crafting sessions Friday 16th February: “Nature Ninjas” - family garden activity sessions. Join the team in the Stable Yard Room at The Bishop’s Palace to get involved with a range of craft activities. Don’t forget to try out the trail around the Palace & Gardens and visit The Dragon’s Lair too! 10.30am – 3pm at The Bishop’s Palace. Telephone 01749 988111 or visit

WELLS FLORAL ART CLUB Tuesday 13th February: In time for Valentine, our demonstrator this month is Jackie Beard from Cinderford, with the “What Next”. Jackie is a prize winning florist and floral designer who specialises in wedding work. Flower arranging is a delightful hobby and whether you want to enter competitions or do the flowers in your own church, why not join us? St Thomas Church Hall, Wells at 2.15 pm. Visitors are always welcome. 16

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SHEPTON MALLET SNOWDROP FESTIVAL Friday 16th – Sunday 18th February: The second Shepton Mallet Snowdrop Festival will be opened on Friday by Glastonbury Festival founder Michael Eavis CBE. The Shepton Mallet Snowdrop Festival celebrates the life and work of the Victorian horticulturalist and snowdrop fanatic James Allen, who lived in Shepton Mallet all his life. He is world famous as the first person to breed new varieties of snowdrop from the wild plants. The Victorians were passionate about snowdrops and in his time James Allen was known as ‘The Snowdrop King’. The Shepton Mallet Horticultural Society, with help from the local community, have planted hundreds of thousands of snowdrops in public spaces around the town. As well as the displays of snowdrops in flower and sales of specialist bulbs, there will be a Children’s Fancy Dress Parade and snowdrop walks. The results of the Snowdrop Festival Poetry and Photography competitions will also be on display. On the morning of Sunday Naomi Slade, garden writer and author, will give a widely anticipated talk, focusing on how to get the best out of snowdrops in your garden. Bookings for Naomi Slade’s talk and information about all the events: For advertising in LocalReach call 01749 600388 or go to





Restoring a Rococo Frame

Thursday 15th to Saturday 16th February: Captain Hook's Revenge by Richard Colman. Come along and help Tonkerbell save the Indians and the Darling Family from Captain Hook and his band of pirates.

Paintings, almost always, have a frame! Ensuring this is in good repair to protect and present the occupying artwork at its best is an essential aspect of our art restoration work. Typically, frame restoration includes the replacement of broken or lost moulded decoration. Accurate moulds can be taken from undamaged areas to reproduce decorations in traditional composition or using synthetic polymers. More significant carved elements may also have been lost or broken and need to be replaced. Loss of surface gesso and abraded gilding are common forms of damage that can be restored and refinished. Surface cleaning may be needed, and care must be taken not to disturb original distressing and toning layers. Our restoration approach aims to bring the frame to a presentable and coherent appearance, consistent with its age and finish.

Thursday at 7.30pm, Friday at 7.30pm and Saturday with two performances at 2.00pm and 7.30pm. Croscombe Village Hall. Tickets available on the door but any queries please email kateegan48@gmail. com. We look forward to seeing you there

STARFISH & SUBTERFUGE Friday 16th February. –The Mendip Society’s talk for February is on "Starfish & Subterfuge" by Mike Chipperfield. During the Second World War sites called ‘Special Fire’ or SF sites were created in a nationwide top secret project in our defence system. One early site on the Mendip Hills was given the name "Starfish", which then became the code used for all of the decoy cities. They were controlled from nearby bunkers and the one on the Mendips is still there today. Mike Chipperfield is an ex- Mendip Ranger who knows more than most about the intriguing history of this part in the long story of our Mendip Hills.

This frame was in fair condition, overall. However, there were numerous local losses to the composition moulding and several of the larger decorative features. Regions of abrasion to the gesso and gilded finish were also widespread. We recast decorative elements in polymer clay using moulded dental polymer impressions taken from better-preserved areas. Traditional gesso and bole were then applied to the restorations, before gilding and toning the surface finish to integrate with the classic aged appearance of the original oil gilding.

2.30pm at The Wells & Mendip Museum, Cathedral Green, Wells, BA5 2UE. Members £2 and non members £3.50p plus free refreshments. Contact Richard Frost. 01275 472797

BABY MASSAGE CLASSES Monday 19th February: Come and join the next four week Baby Massage Group - we'll have fun, you'll learn loads and I will support you all the way! Learn beautifully bonding, nourishing and nurturing massage techniques for your baby and eat yummy chocolates all in great company with other new parents. 10-11am, Wells Town Hall. You can contact me, find more details and also book via my website www.

HENTON & DISTRICT GARDENING CLUB Wednesday 21th February: Henton and District Gardening Club meets each month on the 3rd Wednesday. This month, Hilary Little will be talking about Patagonia’s Floral Highway. So come and soak up some sunny images and be assured of a warm welcome. Raffle and Refreshments. 7.30pm in Henton Village Hall. 18

This stunning carved and gilded French Rococo frame was restored for a small seventeenth Flemish panel painting of a town ablaze. The location of the fire and the artist are unknown. The frame’s elaborate moulded composition decorative motifs date from the mid to late eighteenth century. The Rococo was associated with the reign of Louis XV of France when a lighter and more delicate adaptation of the Baroque style came to the fore. Typical examples of decorative forms from the period, such as shell cartouches, C-curve pierced scrolls, and foliate decorations are present in this richly decorative frame. Shell and plant motifs, inspired by nature, also featured prominently in furniture and architecture of the day. Rococo frames are often asymmetrical and can sometimes appear disproportionate in scale to the painting.

Expert fine art restoration, conservation services in the City of Wells. Over 25 years experience serving a wide range of private clients and collections including the National Trust. Specialist conservation, historic and replica framing services available on site. Friendly, approachable and professional advice for projects large and small. Call today for a free consultation:

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Thursday 22nd February: every year since 1980.

Sunday 25th February: at The Britannia Inn, Wells. 7.00 for 7.30 pm start, teams of up to 6 people, £2.50 per person. As this is a popular event, please ring Terry on 01749 672342 to book your table.

The Wells and District Children's Society have held a February Buffet Lunch

Please come and join our loyal supporters for what is always a very pleasant occasion to brighten the dreary days of February. There is a choice of hot main courses, puddings, cheese and coffee. £10 payable on the door. All proceeds going to the Children's Society for their work nationally with disadvantaged children.


Wells Town Hall from 12.00 to 2.00pm. For further information email

Tuesday 27th February: The Somerset Wildlife Trust talk, “Hidden Somerset”, is by well-known and popular local speaker, Mike Bolton.

WELLS & MENDIP ASTRONOMERS Friday 23rd February: This month’s meeting includes a talk on ‘Ambassadors from Earth – Celebrating 40 years of the Voyager Missions’ –a presentation by Chris Starr, FRAS FBIS & David Edwards, radio specialist. 7.30-9pm at Wells & Mendip Museum. Entry to the talk is free for members and £3 for non-members, £5 for couples/families, or £2 for full-time students.

COPPICING VOLUNTEER WORK DAY Saturday 24th February: Coppicing Volunteer Work Day at Asham Wood, Downhead We’re looking for volunteers to help us manage the old SWT reserve at Asham Wood, Mendip’s largest and most biodiverse ancient semi-natural woodland. Training in coppicing work will be provided by a local coppicer and you can brush up your skills in this ancient technique. 9.30am – 3.30pm. For more information or to book your place, please email or click http://www. FREE but booking essential

After a general, gentle and light hearted introduction to the beautiful county of Somerset, we will be starting our virtual tour at Wells before crossing part of the Levels following the course of the Glastonbury Canal and former tracks of the S&D railway. From where we can branch to up to 9 other locations namely Brean Down, Town Tree Trail near Martock, the Deserted Hamlet of Clicket on the Brendon Hills, Wellington Basins, Mells, Limpley Stoke and the Somerset Coal Canal, Horner Water, Wayford Woods near Clapton and Clatworthy Reservoir. A fun-filled look at parts of Somerset that many people miss, unless of course they manage to get out of their cars. 7.30 – 9pm at Wells & Mendip Museum. £2.50 SWT members, £3.00 non members. Tea / Coffee and biscuits served in the interval.

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SNOWDROPS AT THE PALACE Saturday 24th- Sunday 25th February: For the first time, The Bishop’s Palace in Wells will be holding a “Snowdrop Celebration”. Head along to the Palace for a special weekend to celebrate an array of stunning snowdrops on display throughout the Gardens. Follow the Snowdrop Walk to experience the Moat banks carpeted with snowdrops and cross the Willow Bridge to enjoy an Arboretum full of different varieties of spectacular snowdrops. There will also be a selection of snowdrop-themed stalls in the Stable Yard Room, with snowdrop art, gifts and, of course, a selection of common and rare varieties of snowdrops on offer to buy and take home to your own garden. It’s the perfect weekend for galanthophiles and all who appreciate this unassuming flower. 10am-4pm. Included with standard admission. 20

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Tuesdays and Thursdays 1.05 - 1.40pm [Term time Every Monday: Come along and try the Wells only - NOT 13th or 15th February) Breakaways Short Mat Bowls Club. We have been established three years and have a membership Come and enjoy inspiring classical music played or of nearly 30. We play on up to four mats and have sung by Wells Cathedral School music specialists in two teams in the Mendip league. the beautiful medieval and informal setting of Quilter Hallat the Music School, opposite the Cathedral. Equipment and tuition is supplied - just wear flat shoes. All are welcome. It’s the perfect night’s fun Further information at in the warm on those cold winter nights. You can free-concerts or call Dominique Swain on 01749 come three times for free, then it is £3 per session, 834487. including tea and biscuits at half time., 6.45-9.15pm in the Kennion Hall Blue School. For more information, telephone 01749 670671


Every Wednesday: Tablet or iPad Session Including: Touchscreen Basics; how to use email; how to find information online; online shopping Every Thursday: Desktop Computer Session Including: how to use a mouse and keyboard; set up and use email; online banking; public services online To book a place, please contact Wells Library on 0300 123 2224 or visit Information Desk in the library. If you are booking for the Wednesday session, please let staff know that you want to learn on a tablet or iPad


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Every Friday: Our Shared Reading group is a place to relax, make new friends and share stories with others every week. You can just drop in, sit down and enjoy listening to a great story or poem — there’s no pressure to talk or read.

Would you like to act or help out backstage in a play?

Fridays, 11am-12:30pm at Wells Library.

WATERCOLOUR LANDSCAPE CLASS Tuesday 6 March: Come and have a fun, relaxing evening learning to paint a watercolour landscape at Bishops Palace café. A course of seven sessions starting on Tuesday 6 March, from 7.30-9pm. The course will cost £100, all materials included. To book your place visit www. or phone 07532327810.

A new theatre group, The Rainbow Theatre Company, are looking for people interested in being involved in a new play, ‘Arrivals’ which will be performed in the Assembly Rooms in Glastonbury. The play is based on the life of the son of an Italian immigrant, and the various journeys he makes, focusing on significant arrivals in his life. Set in 1939 to 2020, it deals with universal themes of love, war, parenthood, and attempts towards world peace. If you are interested in getting involved and would like further information, contact Eve Bryczkowski 07734452817 / 01458 832629

SUPPORTING LOCAL FOOD PRODUCERS FOR THE GOOD OF EVERYONE! Somerset Local Food is the not for profit owner of Somerset Local Food Direct – the online local food delivery service, which has been delivering a full range of locally produced food from Somerset since 2002. We are launching a community share issue – a bit like Crowdfunding - to raise money to invest in securing the thriving future of this groundbreaking service.

LATIN-IN-LINE Every Thursday: Latin-in-Line is a non-partner dance class where you will learn to dance Cha Cha Cha, Rumba, Samba, Waltz, Mambo, Charlston and all those Strictly moves. Have fun, make new friends and exercise your body and mind. £5, from 1.45-3.15pm at Walton Village Hall. For more information telephone 01458446565 or 07542552721

• Beautiful Giclee prints on paper & canvas up to 60” wide • Specialists in fine art photography • Photocopying, business cards, flyers • Websites & online galleries • Large archive of fine art prints • CD duplicating & printing

Buying locally produced quality food has many benefits. It helps the local economy – circulating money from customer to distributor to local producer; it helps health and wellbeing – supporting communities and healthy eating; and it supports the environment by reducing negative impacts like transport, packaging, and intensive production methods which deplete the local environment. If you are interested in becoming part of the movement, and putting a bit of money where your mouth is, please find out more about this exciting opportunity. Contact us at

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Window Cleaners Required

Home Care Assistants Required

One of our customers is seeking to employ part-time window cleaners. Full training & equipment will be provided. You would need to be a self-starter, honest, reliable, physically fit & hold a clean, current driving licence. An excellent hourly rate will be offer to the right person.

One of our customers is seeking to employ part-time care assistants. Full training & equipment will be provided. You would need to be a self-starter, honest, reliable, physically fit & hold a clean, current driving licence. An excellent hourly rate will be offer to the right person.

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Foot Health Practioners Required

Carpet & Upholstery Cleaners Required

One of our customers is seeking to employ part-time foot health practioners. Full training & equipment will be provided. You would need to be a self-starter, honest, reliable & physically fit. An excellent hourly rate will be offer to the right person.

One of our customers is seeking to employ part-time carpet & upholstery cleaners. Full training & equipment will be provided. You would need to be a self-starter, honest, reliable, physically fit & hold a clean, current driving licence. An excellent hourly rate will be offer to the right person.

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Regular home care is important to prevent tartar build up, gum disease, and tooth loss. Periodontal disease is one of the most common health conditions in pets, and untreated leads to painful infection in your pet's mouth. Animals rarely show overt pain: usually only after dental treatments will owners comment how much happier their pet seems. Come in to see one of our trained veterinary nurses for a FREE dental check to examine your pet's mouth and discuss home care to prevent periodontal disease. The best thing for your pet's teeth, just like ours, is regular brushing. This needs to be at least 2-3 times per week to be effective, and like everything else, it can be easier to get pets to accept this when they are young. However, older dogs and cats can still be trained to enjoy having their teeth brushed. You will need a pet specific toothpaste, as human toothpaste isn't good for animals. If brushing isn't possible for you and your pet, there's a wide variety of other products that can help keep pets' teeth healthy, from special foods which clean as they chew, to dental treats, to additives to drinking water. If an animal is suffering from periodontal disease, that needs to be treated by a vet under anaesthesia. While the pet is asleep, their mouth is examined fully, all the tartar removed, and the teeth x-rayed to see if any teeth have to be removed due to damage and infection. As with all things, prevention is better than cure, so taking good care of your pet's teeth at home, as well as veterinary cleaning when it is advised can minimise the chances of your pet needing teeth extracted. Those pets on the Orchard Health Plan benefit from 10% discount on preventative dentistry. If you would like further advice about your pet’s dental care visit or give us a call on 01458 832972.

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Frances Christine 01749 939578 Randall BA Hons Fashion Knitwear & Textiles Centrally located in Wells. Collection/delivery if required.

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