Welcome back to the BUZZ Roundup – keeping you in touch with news and events in our wonderful village.
Unsurprisingly, Wednesdays Wingfield ramble with the Keevil Walking Group has had to be cancelled in accordance with the latest government guidelines. We’ll keep the situation under review and see if anything changes after December 2nd. Sadly the mobile library service is also back on hold, and adult gym equipment on the Banfield Recreation Field is out of bounds, for the same reason – at least in the meantime we have our beautiful historic village environs to enjoy as we walk outdoors for exercise.
Takeaway returns in December…
The good news is, after the runaway success of Eric Lepine’s Pop-up Takeaway last weekend, he’s coming back on Friday 4th December with a super autumn menu of CHICKEN EN CROUTE or PITHIVIERS OF MUSHROOM AND TARRAGON (v), all with potatoes sauteed with french beans and carrots and a French green salad, plus honey and apricot slice for dessert – booking details here, any questions or feedback to Pat Tucker 🙂
Mindful Mondays are back…
Although services in St Leonards are on hold again, don’t forget the Church is open on Monday mornings from 10am -noon for private prayer and quiet reflection. Guidelines for everyone’s health and safety are on a notice in the porch.
Planning applications approved…
- 20/06266/FUL – Change of use from agricultural field to dog exercise area in the field to the west of Westwood Farm, Main Street has been APPROVED WITH CONDITIONS | Case Officer report here
- 20/07613/FUL – an agricultural tractor and feed barn at Baldham Cottage 96 Baldham, Seend SN12 6PW has been APPROVED WITH CONDITIONS | Case Officer report here
Staying safe – THINK 111 FIRST
In case you weren’t already aware, Trowbridge MIU is only open for BOOKED APPOINTMENTS, it is not currently accepting ‘walk in’ patients without an appointment – you must be triaged via NHS 111 and referred. Anyone with a life threatening condition should call 999.
Keevil Art group did manage to meet, socially distanced and all COVID restrictions in place, on Wednesday 4th November. The hall was ready to accommodate a maximum of 16. Those who came were pleased to meet after a break of nearly 8 months – and then lockdown was imposed again! The hall is closed indefinitely, but Pat wanted to show you it is possible for small groups to meet safely, when allowed.
That’s all for now – find us on Facebook for real-time discussions on Keevil Village, marketplace on For Sale, Free or Wanted in Keevil, or wander down memory lane on Keevil Memories… thank you for all your support, and if you have any news, pictures or stories to share, don’t hesitate to get in touch
Bob & Sarah #StaySafe