The hall proper had been decorated with many yards of bunting, lighting and a camouflage net with silhouettes military aircraft above us on the ceiling. There were also two huge flags that, judging by their respective sizes, wouldn’t have looked out of place on a destroyer or an aircraft carrier! Sue had prepared a feast of Spam,
spam, more spam and corned beef, all supplemented by delicious homemade bread. Early rationing meant that in fact for the hungry ones there was a second helping!
A copy of the Wipers Times was on every table and having read the topical stories it was on to singing the topical songs accompanied by Bawdrip’s Little House Band and friends singing along to the classics such as ‘Its a long way to Tipperary’ and ‘Where did you get that hat’! Thank you to all who supported the event, especially to those who set up and cleared away! Thanks to all your efforts, £145 was raised for Help for Heroes. And we mentioned attention to detail – peering through the periscope a howitzer and gun crew were visible.
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Heritage Project Finale
The heritage project finale event took place on 9th February Click for more on History Group Website
Heritage Boards installed
The heritage boards have now been installed Click for more on History Group Website
Woolavington Pharmacy - Changes to Dispensary
You will remember in 2018 the discussions over the above Pharmacy and the adverse effect on residents in Bawdrip, Cossington and Woolavington. If you are within a mile of the pharmacy as the crow flies the surgery is no longer able to dispense prescriptions. The level of complaints and confusion seems to be growing as things move forward.
A Charitable Trust for Bawdrip ?
Let us have your views
The Parish Council owns several parcels of land within the village and it has been agreed that to safeguard and maintain these areas for future generations as a properly managed and maintained village amenity it is best to do this within a Charitable Trust. Do you know what this means?
|Defibrillator Did you know that there is a Defibrillator at the Bawdrip Parish Hall and would you know how to use it if you had to? MORE|
The next generation of broadband is now live in Bawdrip.
The project undertaken on behalf of Somerset and Devon County Council's went live on 2 January 2015
Remember you are not automatically be connected to the new service. You will need to purchase a new fibre package from an internet service provider (ISP) of choice. The cost of a superfast service may differ from your current broadband/internet service.