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See here for local events and activities posted (not chronologically) below the calendar, feel free to comment on them if you like.The event information shown is accurate to our knowledge however, it is advisable to check with the organiser before travelling. Also click here for regular events, activities and users of the Coronation and Jubilee Halls (also for Hall Bookings and information) and here is What's On @ The Halls and  What's on in North Somerset or Visit Somerset Official Tourism website 

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Latest Posts

Clap for our Carers

Posted on 23rd March, 2020




During these unprecedented times they need to know that we are grateful.


Please join us on 26th March at 8pm for a big applause (from front doors, gardens, balcony, windows, living rooms, etc.) to show all nurses; doctors; gps and carers our appreciation for their ongoing hard work and fight against this virus.


Please share this message, so we can make sure, the word spreads and reaches all to join!

Bleadon Still Under Threat

Posted on 7th January, 2020


Bleadon is still under threat ... from Acidisation instead of Fracking!


The government's current "moratorium does not cover acidisation, which is the process being considered by Infinity Energy to be carried out in Bleadon, just south of Weston super Mare, if they can find a landowner who is prepared to accommodate their drilling operation. “The threat of drilling through the fissured limestone cave system, and introducing vast quantities of acid deep into the bedrock of Mendip simply does not bear thinking about” said Dr Richard Lawson, chair of Frack Free North Somerset."


There is a talk at Love's Cafe next Tuesday, 14th January 2020, Weston-Super-Mare by Tina Rothery.


For more information read below, the poster and Bleadon BOB's Fracking page.


Previous blog Somerset Earthquake - 3.2 magnitude tremor 




Frack Free North Somerset are proud and excited to be hosting Tina Rothery to speak at our AGM on Tuesday, 14th January 2020 at Loves Café, Weston-Super-Mare.


Tina Rothery is a prominent national anti-fracking campaigner, who was one of a group that in 2014 occupied a Lancashire field that Cuadrilla wished to drill, risking a fine of £55,000 and 2 weeks in jail. In the end, the case brought against Tina by Cuadrilla was discharged, and the peoples’ resistance to fracking in Lancashire was victorious.


She stood for the Green Party in Tatton in the 2015 General Election and in Fylde, Lancashire in the 2017 General Election.


Tina is a-founder member of the redoubtable group of Lancashire anti-fracking “Nanas”, and has worked as a journalist, a radio presenter and now works as Social Media Consultant to the Green MEP, Gina Dowding.


She is a powerful and inspiring speaker, and Frack Free North Somerset is delighted that she is coming to speak to their AGM, as unconventional oil drilling is still a threat in North Somerset. Although the Government issued a moratorium against fracking at the beginning of the recent General Election campaign, this is widely seen by campaigners as a temporary device to take fracking off the electoral agenda. The moratorium does not cover acidisation, which is the process being considered by Infinity Energy to be carried out in Bleadon, just south of Weston super Mare, if they can find a landowner who is prepared to accommodate their drilling operation. “The threat of drilling through the fissured limestone cave system, and introducing vast quantities of acid deep into the bedrock of Mendip simply does not bear thinking about” said Dr Richard Lawson, chair of Frack Free North Somerset.


The meeting will be at 7:30 pm at Loves Café, 9 West Street, Weston-super-Mare, Weston-super-Mare, BS23 1JR


Contact ffnsomerset@gmail.com or phone 01934 853606

Bleadon Christmas Market

Posted on 3rd December, 2019


Bleadon Christmas Market this Saturday 7 Dec 9:30am-12:30pm. For a list of 40+ market traders see https://www.bleadon.org.uk/market.html


Christmas Celebrations at Bleadon Church

Posted on 3rd December, 2019



"A light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it! You are invited to Bleadon Church festivities:

  • Carol Service at 3pm on Sunday 22nd December
  • Crib Service at 4.30pm on Christmas Eve
  • Midnight Mass at 11.30pm on Christmas Eve
  • Christmas Morning Service at 10.15am on Christmas Day

Also, from 7th December there will be a series of displays in Church titled "Joy to the World".


Please call in and have a look any time in daylight hours when the church will be open. We hope you all have a good, encouraging and uplifting Christmas.


For more information please look at www.bleadonchurch.co.uk or contact Tim (Our Rector) via revtimerridge@gmail.com or 01934 815 404."

An Aspirational Movie

Posted on 2nd December, 2019


The 2040 movie at Scott Cinema, Bridgwater, TA6 3PH, Monday 2 December 2019 at 6pm showing "an aspirational journey to discover what the future could look like if we simply embraced the best that exists today"


Remembrance Service Grove Park 2019

Posted on 10th November, 2019




Sunday 10 November - Remembrance parade and service in Grove Park from 10am-11:30am, a schedule can be seen at Visit Weston Super Mare:

  • 10:00 Royal British Legion members gather at the High Streets, Scouts and Guides to meet at Italian Gardens
  • 10:20 Parade assembles including marching band, ready to proceed.
  • 10:25 Parade begins from High Street to Grove Park
  • 10:35 Parade procession arrives at Grove Park
  • 10:55 Mayor and Civic party guests leave Grove House and service begins by War Memorials by Grove House
  • 11:00 Two-minute silence begins
  • 11:05 Wreath-laying at War Memorial base by Grove House

 The event was streamed live as seen below (commentary starts at approx 15:45mins):




See also BOB's Remembrance page.


The 2018 Remembrance Service can be seen here.

Tredegar Orpheus Male Voice Choir in Bleadon

Posted on 22nd October, 2019

An evening from Wales: Traditional Welsh hymns, folk songs, musicals and pop songs presented by Tredegar Orpheus Male Voice Choir at Bleadon Parish Church, BS24 0PG on Friday 25 October 2019 at 7:30pm.


Admittance : £5 (pay on the door)



Community Cinema Night featuring The Goonies

Posted on 7th October, 2019


Community Cinema Night Wednesday 9th October starts at 6:30pm at the Church of St. Peter & St Pauls Bleadon, featuring the 1985 adventure classic The Goonies.


Bring your own pillow to enjoy the movie.


For more information email curatewebb@gmail.com



Harvest Festival Sunday 20th October 2019

Posted on 30th September, 2019

Harvest Festival: Sunday 20th October 2019


Harvest Festival: service of Thanksgiving, 10:15am in the church.

All welcome. No ticket required. As an act of thanksgiving, during this service we will be collecting donations of non-perishable food and or money to be given to the food bank at the Healthy Living Centre.


Harvest Lunch: 12 noon for 12:30pm in the Coronation Hall.

A hot lunch: Somerset Chicken or Vegetable Wellington with Roast Potatoes, hot veg and trifle to follow.


£12 per ticket (Children under 10, £4 per ticket)

Bar and Raffle available. Musical entertainment included.


Booking essential. Please phone 01934 813 314 for tickets.

Community Gardening in the Churchyard Update

Posted on 17th August, 2019


An update from Rev Tim Erridge:


"In June, July and August it has been a joy to welcome new helpers at our "Churchyard working group" mornings. It is good to get to know local people whilst working together. If you have not yet joined in and want to, please do. If you need more info, please contact Tim on revtimerridge@gmail.com or 01934 815 404.


We have planted up previously overgrown grave plots and the splash of colour makes so much difference. Thank you to Bleadon in Bloom for providing plants.


We are pleased to see that an ornamental prunus which was mistakenly cut back very hard is now shooting strongly from the base and may even be better off long term of the mistake!


We are planning to be working together on 14th Sept, 5th Oct and 2nd Nov (All Saturdays from 10am to 12noon) Do come along and join in. Bring gloves and secateurs if you have them, but if not just bring yourself.


There are also still plots available for adoption. This means planting / tidying a specific plot at a time to suit you. Please ask if you would like to adopt.


Thank you for all your help so far and we look forward to working together again soon."