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Information to Wellow Parish residents and friends
Wellow Parish Post
Dear Wellow Parishioners,

Weekly Wellow Parish Post w/c 11th July 2016

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  1. Wellow Fitness Classes
  2. Tea in the Garden & Nepalese Sale
  3. Life's a Dream - TONIGHT
  4. Fox & Badger Charity Quiz Night
  5. Wellow Village Hall - Summer Quiz
  6. A376 in Radstock to be reconstructed to prevent future disruption
  7. Titfield Thunderbolt
  8. Bath Area Roadworks Map

Wellow Fitness Classes!

Power60 :6pm- 7pm Every Wednesday at Wellow Playing Field.

Coming soon:

Monday power60: 6pm- 7pm

Monday PureCore 7pm-7.30pm    Register your interest now 

Booking is essential as I may need to let you know where the sessions are being held due to weather changes.

Book now on: 07872918799 or Jess.lambert32@hotmail.com

Hope to see you all soon 

Jess


 
 





 


The Fox & Badger Charity Quiz Night
Thursday 14th July @ 8.00pm


Teams of up to six people, £2 per head
All money raised goes to the charity chosen on the night

 


 
WELLOW VILLAGE HALL
  SUMMER QUIZ
 In aid of hall improvemen
Friday, 15th July      7.30 for 8.00
  Teams of 4       £3.00 per person
 Soft drinks available but bring your own alcohol
    RAFFLE
A quiz for all ages – Team names to Shirley Betts 833683.
If you cannot raise a team of 4 please come along and make up another team.
 
All will be made welcome
 
The Village Hall committee
 



A376 in Radstock to be reconstructed to prevent future disruption
 
Work is to take place this month to reconstruct a main road in Radstock and reduce the need for future maintenance.
 
The section of the A367 Wells Road in Radstock between Elm Tree Avenue and the fuel station near Inner Elm Terrace has deteriorated over time and is now in need of a full reconstruction in places, rather than just conventional resurfacing.
 
This work will start on Monday, 25 July, and will take place under a full road closure between 7am and 7pm. It is anticipated this will take a week to complete, weather permitting.
 
Given the depth of reconstruction, it may be required at times to keep the road closed overnight to ensure the road can be raised to a safe level for public use. Warning signs will be in place to provide information and any updates, and diversion signs will also be in place throughout the work.
 
Councillor Anthony Clarke (Conservative, Lansdown), Cabinet Member for Transport, said: “The Council has carried out short term repairs to this section of the Wells Road over the last few years, but it is now in desperate need of repair. We are therefore going to completely reconstruct the problem areas, rather than allow further damage to occur, which would cause greater long term disruption. By taking preventative action now, we will reduce long-term costs and future disruption. These essential repair works are being carried out during the school holidays to minimise disruption, but we apologise for any inconvenience caused and thank residents in advance for their patience.”
 
Access to properties will be maintained as often as possible, safety permitting, and will be controlled by traffic marshals who will be on hand to help and provide advice.
 
For information on roadworks across the district, please visit https://bathnes.roadworks.org/.
  
Sophie Morgan
Communications & Media Officer
Bath & North East Somerset Council
01225 477283
sophie_morgan2@bathnes.gov.uk
www.bathnes.gov.uk
www.twitter.com/bathnes

Bath and North East Somerset – The place to live, work and visit.

The Titfield Thunderbolt film is being shown on BBC4 Wednesday 13 jul @ 2100 - 2220.

Lots of local interest in it!
 

 
 
Information for Wellow residents and friends
also at
www.wellowparish.info