Continues at St Petrock’s. Thursday mornings, 10-12noon. Everyone is welcome, there is no charge and we have delicious home made cakes and an assortment of hot drinks. Come and meet other villagers!
The future of the Dunkery Tidings is under review in its present format. A survey has been inserted to the February edition, shortly to be distributed. We would welcome your thoughts and views about how this magazine might be improved and made more relevant to more people.
Please do complete and return to either the Timberscombe Post Office or the Wootton Courtenay Village Stores. If you are not a subscriber at the moment, but would like to offer your views please do email Kate Hart at email@example.com by 17th February.
A reminder that the History Group meets Monday 16th at 7pm with an illustrated talk by Jeff Cox about a well regarded Exmoor artist who lived in Timberscombe for the latter part of his life – John Arthur Mease Lomas.
All are welcome – refreshments are provided.
Membership renewals will take place before the meeting. Members £1 per meeting, Visitors £4.
There is a website, constructed by the St Petrock’s History Group with the invaluable assistance of Bill Hodgson, which aims to reflect the local history of Timberscombe through a wealth of photographic images and evidence supplied from numerous sources. This resource is openly accessible to all who are interested on https://stpetrockshistorygroup.omeka.net/ and each week a particular entry is highlighted through a Featured Item.
This week that Featured Item concerns local family the Copps which is newly written up by archivist Tom Sperling and well worth reading https://stpetrockshistorygroup.omeka.net/items/show/3491