Cheddar Village Diary, November 2006
YOUR SOURCE FOR LOCAL CLUBS & INFORMATION
GARDEN DESIGN & LANDSCAPES
C & D Nurseries
Patios and decking
Pond and Water Features
Wall, paths and driveways
Design service available
THE FROCK SHOP
Quality Dress Agency
Buying clothes is always expensive whether its
functional clothing for everyday use or de-
signer clothes for a special occasion.
Luckily there is the Frock shop, where you can
pick up a nearly new designer outfit at a
fraction of the cost. Proprietor Louise Allen has
new outfits coming in every day, so the selec-
tion never gets boring. Customers can expect
a warm friendly welcome whether they are
browsing or have something special in mind.
There is also a range of accessories and
jewellery. Alternatively, if you have any
unwanted fashionable items which you would
like Louise to sell, she is always willing to help.
OUR OPENING HOURS ARE;
Tuesday to Saturday 10 a.m. till 4 p.m.
Sundays 11 a.m. till 3 p.m.
Find us at the Goathouse Restaurant
A38 Brent Knoll.
ASTRONOMY FOR BEGINNERS
07/11/2006 - 28/11/2006 Held over 4 con-
secutive Tuesday evenings the course will
include using Planispheres, reading star
maps and the demonstration of various tele-
scopes. Observing sessions will be on suit-
able evenings. (7.30-9.30pm £40.00)
ASTRONOMY FOR ALL
8.00pm £6.00/Adult, £3.00/Child
OWL PROWL (Adults only)
illustrated, easy going walk, to learn about
and communicate with these amazing noctur-
nal creatures (7.30-9.30pm £6.00)
ASTRONOMY FOR ALL
8.00pm £6.00/Adult, £3.00/Child.
For more details of the above, or to book a
place please contact Heather at the Centre
on: Tel/Fax Or e-mail charter-
November 3pm – 9pm
Shipham Pre-school is holding its 6
mas Bonanza in Shipham village hall.
Once again around 25 stalls will inspire you
with gift ideas for all the family. Hansfords
butchers and Lillypool farm shop will be join-
ing in again and this year organisers hope to
have a festive food hall. As well as some
familiar stallholders you will also meet lots of
new ones and organisers believe this is one
of the reasons the Christmas Bonanza re-
mains such a popular event.
A children’s “Christmas kingdom”, including
Christmas crafts and Santa’s grotto, will take
place between 3pm and 5pm. Hot food will
be served from around 6.30pm in the evening
as well as mulled wine and mince pies. Entry
is £1.50 to include a small surprise and pro-
ceeds go to Shipham Pre-school with a do-
nation to Weston Hospicecare. So do come
along and soak up the atmosphere with some