November Planning Applications

  Planning  Style Garden Centre / The Grange, Port Road. Work to trees covered by TPO. The proposed work on the copses of trees is supported by a full report on their present condition and the protective work necessary. The Council had no objection.  Wenvoe Quarry, Wenvoe. Proposed recycling facility. This is to recycle stone by crushing imported […]

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November Planning Updates

  Planning Updates The following applications have been granted approval by the Vale.  11, Walston Road. Extension to existing bungalow at rear and side. Small gabled extension to front with material alterations. Demolition of existing garage d  9, Tarrws Close. Roof terrace and access stair from within property  Wenvoe Community Centre, Old Port Road, Wenvoe Proposed extension […]

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November Activities

  Due to a last minute cancellation on October 18th,Mr Derek Donovan stepped in and gave us a lovely musical afternoon with his harmonica playing. We had an afternoon of Bingo on 1st of November followed on the 8th with a talk by Mr John Bettles on Humour in the funeral parlour and of the strange requests some families ask […]

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Raffles and Lego

  We are holding a Christmas Raffle with a bumper hamper of seasonal goodies up for grabs. Tickets are £1.00 each and available in the library; thanks to Claire Ellis for organising and donating items. We are selling Christmas Cards with a choice of local scenes and these are £4.00 for ten. These are unique to Wenvoe and not available […]

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Christmassy Messy fun

  The joint congregations of Vale Village and St Mary’s Churches look forward to welcoming families from Wenvoe and the surrounding areas to our third Christmas Messy Church event. You can expect a warm welcome for the young and old with plenty of Christmassy Messy fun, mess, paints, craft, cooking and creativity- come and spot the themes beginning with “S”! […]

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Autumn Cleanup

    In the churchyard work was done on clearing nettles and weeds from on the reconstructed wall. By the time you read this piece, the window boxes at the Community Centre will have been cleared of the remnants of the summer bedding, to be replaced by winter pansies and bulbs.   Next meeting 11th December, usual time.    

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Winter Preparations

    A huge thank you to everyone who gave to Children in Need through The Village Gardener at the end of October. Some of you may not have realised, but your tips and donations raised £100. Brilliant. There is an unusual vegetable taking over the garden at Judy Holmes house. A three year old cabbage which was grown from […]

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Christmas Celebrations

    Vale Village Church would like to invite everyone to join them to celebrate Christmas. We promise you a warm welcome and an insight into the true meaning of Christmas. There will be traditional carols, the Christmas story and one or two surprises! Sunday 17th December 11am – Vale Village Christmas – A service for the whole family with […]

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The Late Dennis Moran

  The St Mary's 200 Club was started in 2004 by the late Dennis Moran, as a means of raising money to help with building maintenance of the church. For each £1 share bought, 50p goes to the building fund, and 50p is returned as prizes. The Club operates under the regulations of the Lotteries and Amusement Act, and is […]

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Winter / Spring Activities

    The Winter/Spring session of Tuesday Group began with the AGM where the officers and committee were voted on again to serve another year. This was followed by a social evening where everyone was able to catch up after the summer break. Joyce produced a very interesting quiz based on several decades since the fifties. It produced much discussion […]

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