Our town is a very nice town
THE online community newspaper for Nailsea people, their family and their friends
January homes for sale by Property Peeps page sponsors Hunters Estate Agents and Letting Agents in the High Street HERE. Plus news that district council has decided to go it alone with a Local Plan is also on this page
Our Property Peeps page sponsors HENSONS estate agents sold two featured homes within days of Nailsea People posting details online. With more than 80 networked offices in the south west and London the Nailsea office is at Ivy Court, 61 High Street. Read more HERE about planning applications approved and in the pipeline as Nailsea moves towards welcoming hundreds of new home owners at Engine Lane, Netherton Grange + possibly The Uplands. Work has started at Youngwood Lane by Taylor Wimpey
All our pubs and eating out place are open and our events calendar is filling up. Sadly there are some event cancellations like the Nailsea Skatepark Festival but the next big event is the Trendlewood Community Festival with live music and lots of attrations. More information on the What's On page HERE
The wedding archives of Nailsea photographer Keith Flower are being bequeathed to the North Somerset brides and grooms of yesteryear by his kindly granddaugher Lianne Smith. Read more HERE. Story has Go Fund Me charity link
Christmas in the bag
It is August and someone has to mention Christmas so first past the festive post for 2021 is the Rotary Club of Nailsea and Backwell.
In a Monty Python ‘handbags at dawn’ moment the Rotarians want donations of pre-loved purses, shoulder, shopping and clutch bags for its fundraising charity stall.
This makes a welcome return at the farmers’ and craft market on Saturday, November 20.
We know this is a few months ahead but Roger Shorland is anxious to replenish stock for bumper handbag sales.
He said: “If you have any good-condition, quality handbags that you no longer need call 01275 854076 or email email@example.com.”