It’s residents’ tea time again. We were joined this time by PC Heather Anderton for a meet and greet session. More photos can be found here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ZZuO9m3Mu5jQukHw8dZZhptBbkAXstQ3
On Friday (20th April) trustees attended a talk in the parish church by Peggy Strode about the lost Sepulchral Chapel of the Strode/Barnard Family. Peggy and husband Michael were invited to see the almshouses on Saturday morning.
On 15th February, trustees attended the parish church for the funeral of resident Roy Duffield who passed away on 18th January 2018. R.I.P. Roy
Today (6th March 2018) the Shepton Mallet Knit & Chat Group held an afternoon tea to announce their chosen charity for this year. Last year Shepton Mallet Almshouses were chosen, and welcomed donations amounting to £1500 from our generous benefactors.
Street Lamps in Church Lane, Shepton Mallet None of the Trustees of Shepton Mallet Almshouses is sure when lighting was affixed to the wall of the Strode Almshouses. It was apparent that they had been there a long time as
SHEPTON ALMSHOUSES CHARITY OF THE YEAR On the first Wednesday of December United Charities holds its annual Almshouse Christmas tea; joining the Residents and Trustees this year were guests, Eileen O’Grady and Kathy Kingstone from “Knit & Chat”; Debbie Towner,
Mrs Annie Maw has replied to our letter thanking her for her visit on the occasion of our Open Day, last weekend. See below.
Despite the weather, which wasn’t as bad as expected, there was a good turnout at the Almshouses Open Day. Mrs Annie Maw, Lord Lieutenant of Somerset, was welcomed by the hand bell ringers before embarking on a tour. A steady
Active for Later Life Does one of your goals include something about getting and staying active in later life? Perhaps you’ve got the healthy mind and need to work on your healthy body too? Especially for those that are enjoying
Following his visit on 7th December we have received the following letter from the High Sheriff of Somerset, Edward Bayntun-Coward.