As we could not have a Christmas tea party, trustees made the rounds of the almshouses delivering Christmas boxes containing Denella’s cakes for the residents.
Thanks go to trustee Judy Dear for letting other trustees know that Princess Anne had been on the radio, in her role as Patron of the English Rural Housing Association, talking about the need for affordable rural housing. Affordable Rural
Because of COVID-19 restrictions, we could not have a residents’ Christmas tea this year. As the residents could not come to us, the trustees delivered ‘tea’ to them, in the form of a box of ‘goodies’ put together by Denela’s
Here is the High Sheriff of Somerset’s Christmas message for 2020.
On 26th October. Trustees were pleased to welcome the High Sheriff of Somerset, Mary-Clare Rodwell, who visited the almshouses.
Trustees Sandra Freeborn, Judy Dear and Sue Dunne, took gifts of Easter Biscuits and cards to all the Residents, to provide some Easter Cheer during this difficult coronavirus time. Two local girls, Oliwia and Luzanna realising that many of those
On behalf of the Trustees, vice chair Sandra Freeborn and Chairman, Jeff Curtis take gifts to all our residents to give them good cheer during self isolation. United Charities have taken on board all the advice from the Government and
It is with great sadness that we hear of the passing of former trustee Betty Bower, aged 96, who was found in Collett Park pond on Saturday morning. Betty retired as a trustee of the almshouses in 2014, having been
Christmas is almost upon us. It must be time for a Resident’s Tea! Local PCSOs called in to say hello. More photos available by clicking here.
On 17th October, trustees attended the funeral of late resident Jean Saunders who passed away on 23rd September. Jean was a lovely resident who was very quiet and caused us no concerns. We will all remember her with affection. Jean’s daughter,