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Village Hall AGM Friday 18th May 7pm 2012-04-24 15:44:40

Article submitted by Iris Chown, Secretary of the Village Hall Committee


Creech St Michael Village Hall committee announce that they will be holding their AGM in the Village Hall at 7.00pm on Friday the 18th of May 2012.


Do come along - your views and ideas would be most appreciated.


Also we would welcome new members to serve on our committee.


For further details contact Iris Chown - telephone 01823 442770

Exciting Plans for the Creech Recreation Field 2012-04-24 15:32:40

Article submitted by Eric Chown, Web Publicity


At the annual parish meeting on Friday the 20th of April 2012 the plans for the recreation field were on display.



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It seems a very exciting development and while there are a few more hurdles to overcome, if the project does turn into reality the new facilities will be the envy of surrounding parishes.


The field will be transformed by moving the football pitch northwards, still with an East/West orientation.  This will allow the construction of three activity areas in front and to the West of the pavilion.  One for toddlers, an adventure area for juniors and seniors with the final place designated as a Multi User Games Area (MUGA).



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The area for toddlers will be fenced in with a variety of things for supervised play.


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The next area will be full of frames, swings and other apparatus to engage the junior and senior children.


The MUGA is for all age ranges in the parish. From the drawings it looks like it can be marked out for basketball and five aside football pitches.  It may even be for other sports.


I am not sure of the technicalities but I certainly hope that the PC will pull out all the stops to ensure that our current forlorn looking playing field is turned into a wonderful amenity that every parishioner can be proud of.


All of the above is in addition to the 'teen' shelter which is already in place.


It is hoped that the whole community of Creech St Michael will support the Parish Council in achieving what has been a long time ambition.



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Parish Council Additional Planning Meeting 20th April 2012-04-19 11:41:48

Announcement from Creech St Michael Parish Council


An additional planning meeting by the Parish Council will be held on Friday 20th April at Creech Village Hall, 6:30pm.


The Agenda for the Additional Creech Parish Council Planning meeting is now available online.


Steve Altria

Clerk to Creech St Michael Parish Council

Agenda for Annual Meeting of Creech Parish Friday 20th April 2012-04-19 11:34:58

Announcement from Creech St Michael Parish Council


Annual meeting of the Parish of Creech on Friday 20th April at Creech Village Hall, 7pm for 7:30pm


The Agenda for the Annual meeting of the Parish of Creech 2012 is now available online.


Steve Altria

Clerk to Creech St Michael Parish Council

Applications for Village Agent for Creech required by 11th May 2012-04-19 10:18:45

Article submitted by Eric Chown, Creech Publicity


The Community Council for Somerset is looking to appoint Village Agents to support Parish ‘Clusters’ in Somerset.


A Village Agent is required to represent the Parish Cluster of:  Creech St Michael, Ruishton, Thornfalcon and West Monkton.


The position is paid for 8 hours per week. Full details can be found on the Village Agent Flyer.

Pasta and Politics Function Friday 11th May 2012 2012-04-10 10:53:46

Article submitted by Eric Chown, Creech Publicity


Creech St Michael Village Hall, 7pm for 7:30pm


Pasta and Politics Pasta Dinner for £10 pay on the door.


Everyone of any political persuasion is welcome.



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Minutes for March 2012 Creech Parish Council meeting published 2012-04-04 11:56:40

Announcement from Creech St Michael Parish Council


The minutes for the March 2012 Parish Council meeting held on 5th March are now available online in the Parish Council section on the website.


Steve Altria

Clerk to Creech St Michael Parish Council

New Creech Bus Timetable 2012-04-03 16:57:26

Article submitted by Nigel Finch


We have published the revised (April 2012) Creech bus service timetable, services 15 and 27a, on the About page.


Musgrove Park Hospital is now served again from Creech.


Please note: WebberBus have the right to change bus timetables without notice. The WebberBus website should be consulted for any additional information.

Newcomers at The Bell Inn 2012-04-03 08:20:20

Article submitted by Eric Chown, Web Publicity


Stacy Vile and Daniel Clarke have recently taken over as “Mine Hosts” at The Bell Inn in the centre of the village.


They bring some fresh ideas to the pub and plan to make it more family orientated.  With new ales, live music once a monthly and what sounds like a new and exciting menu both for lunch and evening meals.


They plan to arrange a garden area at the rear of premises with lots of things to do for the children while Mum and Dad chill out on a summer evening.


The meat is locally sourced and the fish is so fresh it still thinks it can swim (not true, I have just made that up).


The bar menu is also quite adventurous – well all the gourmet burgers have fancy names, served with chips and home made coleslaw.  The standards like jacket potatoes, scampi, paninis and fish and chips are also on the very extensive menu.


Welcome to Creech, Stacy and Daniel, and we wish you success running The Bell Inn.

Creech student commended in Pride of Somerset Youth Awards 2012-04-02 11:21:52

Article submitted by Audrey Mansfield, Creech St Michael


We are very proud to announce that our daughter Imogen Mansfield of North End has been commended in the Pride of Somerset Youth Awards.


Imogen has won many competitions and was placed in the South West England Senior Ballet Championships in Exeter in February 2012.


Blackbrook Gym have recently sponsored Imogen by offering free use of their dance studio as she practises for the All England National Dance Championships to be held in London in 2013.


If you or your company are also interested in sponsoring Imogen by helping in some way we would be very grateful if you would contact us via the Creech website.

Messiah Performance St Michaels Church 22 April 6pm 2012-04-02 10:42:45

Article submitted by Peter Cox, Organist and Choir Director, Creech St Michael Parish Church

22nd April 6pm at St. Michael's Church

Performance of a shortened version of Messiah


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Creech St Michael Crime Figures February 2012 2012-04-01 18:10:18

Article submitted by Nigel Finch


Crime figures for February 2012 within a radius of 1 mile from the centre of Creech (TA3 5DP):



J F M A M J J A S O N D

Burglary

1

0











Anti-Social Behaviour

5

0











Robbery

0

0











Vehicle Crime

1

4











Violent Crime

0

0











Public Disorder & Weapons

0

0











Shoplifting

0

1











Criminal Damage & Arson

2

2











Other Theft

0

3











Drugs

1

0











Other Crime

0

0











TOTAL

10


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Note: To protect privacy, crimes are mapped to an anonymous point on or near the road where they occurred.


Visit crime figures for Creech for more information


This information is reproduced from information in the public domain and published on www.police.uk