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The second Second Friday on Friday 8th December went off with a ‘bang’ when compared to the first one!!. Shane had again kindly lit a warm fire in the Bar at the Fox Inn on the left as you go in the front door and 15/20 people showed up!Everyone was enjoying themselves so much that the party did not break up until after eight thirty!


Lets hope even few more can make it on Friday `12th January between six and eight pm at the Fox Inn  in Corscombe.  I shall be there.

Any queries, please don’t hesitate to contact me.


John Bright

Russell House

Tel - 8918


A number of us in the Village felt it would be a great idea to gather at the Fox in Corscombe between 1800 and 2000 hours on the second Friday of every month in order for the Village to meet up and get to know each other better. This is open to everyone who lives in the village, male and female, as long as they are over 18!


One Rule – everyone is to buy their own drinks. We do not want people getting involved in huge ’’rounds’’.


You don’t have to spend the whole two hours at the Pub -  just come and go as you please. Also you can have supper there afterwards!


The First ‘’Second Friday of the month’’ will take place at the Fox Inn on Friday 10th November 2017. We can use the Bar on the left of the entrance as usually it is quiet but hopefully not too quiet when we all get there.


Sadly I cannot make it  this time but I have already delayed the start by a month as I could not make it in October either!!


Any questions, please don’t hesitate to call me.


John Bright

Russell House








 Short Mat Bowls. 

Friday afternoons at 3pm in Village Hall. Beginners welcome 



COFFEE & CAKES IN THE COMMUNITY ROOM. We are taking a break during July and August and will resume in September. Thank you all for your support and your company through the spring. We hope everyone enjoys a warm and sunny summer and we look forward to seeing you all again in the autumn.


Halstock has a thriving little colony of Hedgehogs. Every sighting of a Hedgehog, alive or dead, is mapped on the village map. This way we are able to keep an eye on numbers.

All this though depends on villagers notifying  Betty Armour, e-mail to betshan@btinternet.com or 01935891998, whenever they see a hedgehog so keep those sightings coming in, and please drive carefully through the village. We aim to keep Halstock a Hedgehog friendly village .

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