Gallery 2020

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Lockdown 2 

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November 2020

Nailsea School 

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November 2020

Remembrance Day

Wednesday, November 11, 2020

ACT OF REMEMBRANCE: On the 11th hour of the 11th day on the 11th month we will remember them. Here is the link to the live video showing  the Act of Remembrance at Nailsea's War Memorial. It includes Nailsea's Roll of Honour and starts with two minutes silence. HT operations manager Siân Steel said: “We are very happy for it to be shared with the local community.” Because of Lockdown 2 it was sadly not a public event this year...

Just walking

Ali Kuleli November 2020

Walking the dog

taken early morning by Steph Carradine October 2020

Halloween Pumpkin Trail

October half term 2020

FILM FUN PUMPKIN TRAIL: A Nailsea dad and his family have created an ET wonderland in the front window of their home as part of the film fun Pumpkin Trail initiated by Nailsea Community Group and organised by Helen Morgan. Their pumpkin was bought at Triggols farm at Tickenham and added the movie music to the tableau. The dad said: "Putting the finishing touches with a moon backdrop lit by stage lights and with John Williams’ soundtrack blaring out – best Friday night for a while." Meanwhile at Chapel Barton the Minions display has a way to go Amanda Burgess…it is done now and added. Childminder Amanda also bought her pumpkin fromthe Triggols barn a place her children love visiting. Carol Gladwin, of Hillcrest Road,said: "My supermarket pumpkin doesn't like the heat and won't last the week I fear." Leanne Bessell said: "We are at Orchard Road. Me and the children had a great time picking our pumpkins at Puxton pumpkin patch. We have gone for the movie theme Avengers. We hope you enjoy our display. Happy Halloween." However, the wind and rain is playing havoc with the display and some fear they may not last the week. ~The tinsel town images even featured on the BBC news - the whole story is HERE

Nailsea Farmers' Market

Saturday, October 17, 2020

MARKET DAY: After a six month gap because of the coronavirus crisis Nailsea's monthly farmers' market is back and has moved into a traffic free (for the day) High Street. Despite some of the comments on Nailsea People Facebook page social distancing was observed even if the camera angle makes it look as it people were closer together. The atmosphere was friendly, the fresh fruit, vegetables and meat produce on offer superb along with the handmade cakes and craft stalls. Nailsea Town Council chairman Jan Barber checked out with Somerset Farmers Market organiser Louise Hall, who are now in charge, all was running smoothly. The next market is 9am-1pm on Saturday, November 21 - just in time for customers to in their Christmas orders. SFM charge £27 per food and craft stall which can be booked via its website by clicking HERE, email or call 01373 813812. It costs Nailsea Town Council more than £5,000 annually to subsidise the market.They do have permission from Crown Glass Shopping Centre to spread into Somerset Square if necessary - well done everyone

Winter is coming

October 2020

eat:Nailsea food festival

Saturday, October 10