The WI Jumble Sale on the 3rd March has been cancelled due to the severe weather conditions. It has be re-scheduled for the 17th
1st Prize : Andrew Vickery Ball No 6 £30
2nd Prize : Mike Read Ball No 133 £20
The events listings now feature ICAL links. If you click on these, you can save the details into your calendar app on your phone, tablet or PC. You can then use your own calendar to set up reminders for the events if you wish.
With the loss of the 74 and 212 buses the NORDCAT Community Transport is available to enable people to get into Sherborne and Yeovil. Their service runs on Tuesday and Saturday to Yeovil and on Thursday to Sherborne and calls at Leigh, Chetnole, Yetminster & Bradford Abbas. Continue reading
1st Prize : Emma Harris £100
2nd Prize : Mrs Cooke £80
3rd Prize : George Jones £50
4th Prize : David Vincent £30
5th Prize : Pat Bowsher £20
1st Prize : Leonard Grose £30
2nd Prize : Caroline Birdsell £20
Just a reminder that there will be a Family Carol Service at St Andrew’s Church on Christmas Eve. This will start at 6:00 pm and will feature a nativity play starring many of the village children. Everyone is welcome to join us.
There will also be a Christmas Eve Midnight Mass (Common Worship). This will start at 11:30 pm.
The Leigh Flower Show Committee have announced the categories for next year’s Photography section.
Chairman Brian Read said, “We hope that by announcing the categories early and by extending the number of classes, we will encourage many more people to enter. Last year, the winner of the landscape category and family group category were taken with a mobile phone! The competition is about imagination and not fancy equipment.”
Full details can be found on the Leigh Flower Show page here
Ladies Table Tennis.
Have fun and get fit.
Open to Leigh and Chetnole Residents
Wednesday 2 – 4 Leigh Village Hall
All Standards welcome.
Call Karen Spencer 01935 873471 for further details.
The Leigh Art Show page has been updated with a review of the 22nd show in October.
You can see the review here.
This year’s candle auction, believed to be the 285th, was held in the Village Hall on the 21st June, the hottest evening of the hottest year since 1976. Continue reading