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Our town is a very nice town

THE online community newspaper for Nailsea people, their family and their friends

October 2022
Property Peeps
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Read about more Nailsea open spaces being sold by London auction houses HERE. And the deadline for Nailsea Somerset Council deciding whether a tower block can go-ahead looms. Our Nailsea People poll came out overwhelmingly in favour of permission being granted. All on our Property Peeps page sponsored by HENSONS the High Street estate agents

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What's On 2022

This is the page for the food markets, fairs, fetes and fests, basically all the fun things in life. Dance, theatre and concerts also feature. This month we have Pink Ladies, Apple Fest with Morris dancers, wine-tasting, Halloween, Black Matters gig and much more. Read more HERE

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Gallery 2022

We have hundreds of images in our galleries (under dropdown menu top) and for 2022 it goes from the wassail to wildlife, jubilee to carnival, skatefest to beerfest and much more. The latest slideshows are from Nailsea bike show, September market and our skies feature. Email pics to nailseapeople@gmail.com

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Street entertainers sought

eat:Nailsea food and drink festival returns to Nailsea this autumn - bringing more than 100 local food and drink producers to the Crown Glass Shopping Centre, High Street and in a newly expanded area down past the Link Road towards Tesco.

The 2022 dates are Saturdays, October 8 and December 3, both festivals run between 10am-4pm.

The twice a year festival, supported by Nailsea Town Council and North Somerset Council, are the biggest events in the town each year with the shopping centre and High Street filling with people from 10am enjoying the atmosphere and the great selection of produce on offer.

This includes farmers' market favourites alongside street food, artisan makers and entertainment.

Organiser Bev Milner Simonds said: "We love working in Nailsea and it is honour to be invited back again by the town council.

"By expanding the area this year we are staying to create a bit more elbow room and also create space for some new producers too.

"We will have music from our DJs and space for buskers too.

"If you are interested in busking - please drop us an email so we can plan that in.

"Big thank you to the town council for their support and local estate agents, Hunter Leahy for their support this year too.”

Co-organiser Sarah Milner Simonds explained how the new area will work

She said: “The newly expanded area won’t need an extra road closure.

"This means buses can still get through and residents and businesses access their properties at the rear, but the parking bays will be suspended for the day and stalls positioned in them, facing the pavements.”

To get in touch with Bev and Sarah email www.eatfestivals.org.

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WINTER IS COMING

Perhaps that should read Christmas is coming as cards, crackers, wrapping paper and more is already in our shops. What is certain is the nights are drawing in and in the UK the clocks go back one hour at 2am on the last Sunday in October. For 2022 this it the 30th.

RECYCLING

Nailsea Community Recycling Hub at 26 Somerset Square has broadened items it can take. Currently it has bins for:

  • glasses (not cases)

  • contact lenses and packaging

  • pens

  • felt tips

  • highlighters

  • correcting fluid

  • BRITA water filters

  • plastic toothbrushes

  • toothpaste tubes

  • empty medicine blister packs

  • Pringle tubes

  • British and foreign stamps

  • foreign coins (and notes) including obsolete currency

  • old and broken jewellery.

The community shop hours are 10.30am-12.30pm Monday to Saturday.​

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www.thetekhut.uk
computer techies for the online community

 

The TEK Hut was started by Ben Parker in the summer of 2018.

For 12 years Ben had been one of the team at The ICT Workshop which provided a wide variety of computer services to Nailsea, Clevedon, Yatton, Backwell and even Weston-Super-Mare. 

Ben felt it right to continue the same great service customers had previously experienced but under new branding for a new business and The Tek Hut was born.

​Trading at the familiar location in Nailsea, The Tek Hut will continue to offer the same cost effective, new laptops and PCs, upgrades, onsite support for homes and businesses through to a wide range of workshop services and accessories.

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 Togs

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  • Starting School: Everything you need for that first special day 

  • Schoolwear: Uniforms, Accessories and Name Tapes

  • Sportswear: PE Kits, Gumshields, Shin Pads and Velcro Daps

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01275 857491

www.schooltogsnailsea.co.uk

Nailsea bed and breakfast
A home from home at Highdale the family-owned bed and breakfast at Nailsea. The B&B at 82 Silver Street is run by Tony and Tina Davey. Call 01275 858004, email mail@highdalebb.co.uk, or go online by clicking HERE for more details