Backwell’s regular 2nd Saturday Fairtrade Café is on Saturday 14th March at the Parish Hall from 10am-noon. This month, there will be brand new aluminium tables bought for the Hall with a generous grant from the Stancombe Quarry Community
After last year’s very successful performance, Backwell Drama Club will stage Little Grimley’s production of ‘Strictly Sex Factor on Ice’, another hilarious one-act script-in-hand play by David Tristram. This will be followed by supper with bring your own drinks
North Somerset Quilters will be meeting on Friday 20th March at 7.30pm at the WI Hall in Station Road, Backwell. The speaker is John Cole-Morgan, a relative newcomer to the world of Patchwork, with a talk entitled “How the
Not sure how to get started with the laptop you were given at Christmas? Want to be able to video call family far away? Why not join the club and gain some computer confidence on 10th March from 11am-12.30pm?
The Backwell and Nailsea Ladies’ Choir Spring Concert will be on Wednesday 26th March, starting at 2.15pm in the WI Hall in Backwell. Admission will be by ticket. Tickets (£5) will be available from the beginning of March at
Backwell Probus Club meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays in the month to listen to talks on a wide variety of topics. This is a group of retired men who meet in West Backwell Bowling Club pavilion in
Backwell Camera Club meet every Thursday at the WI Hall, Backwell, at 7.30pm. All are welcome to attend. Further details can be found online www.backwellcameraclub.club. 5th March – “Press and Editorial Photography and Personal Work” by Graham Trott. Graham
An open invitation to all carers (if you are looking after a relative, friend or acquaintance on a regular basis) and ex carers to join the support group on Wednesday 4th March from 2-3.30pm at the WI Hall, Backwell.
A community wellbeing choir, Singwell, is looking for new members for 2020. The new term starts January 9th and runs weekly on Thursdays 1-2.30pm at the Tithe Barn, Church Lane, Nailsea, BS48 4NG. The cost is £4 per week.
Christmas can be a dangerous time for our pets, with decorations and flowers filling the home and many tempting treats in the cupboards, it is important to be aware of the potential hazards. It is well known that we