On Friday 9th December, our Residents, Warden and accompanying Trustees were very generously treated to a magnificent Christmas Lunch by our local Tesco store. A three-course turkey and beef lunch with all the trimmings was ably served up by the
On Wednesday 7th December we were visited by Edward Bayntun-Coward, High Sheriff of Somerset. After a tour of the almshouses Edward joined residents and trustees at the Residents’ Tea in Peter Street Rooms. For a full set of photos click
Warden June Pegrum and Trustee Sandra Freeborn visit one of our residents on her return from Hospital.
Residents gather to thank the Warden, who is retiring.
The Trustees met for dinner at Peppers this week. Flowers were presented to our soon to be retired Warden.
For the first time in 389 years, the Bishop of Bath and Wells visited the almshouses on 27th January 2016. Bishop Peter Hancock arrived at the church with the new rector Jonathan Hunter Dunn and was shown around the almshouses
On Wednesday afternoon (2nd December), at Peter Street Rooms, it was time for the Residents’ Tea…
Trustee Ernie Woodford with Rachael Haynes and Helen Lacy of Red Berry Recruitment Ltd, supporters of the Almshouses, visiting the Bread Room.
Ali Jeffery explains to residents her role as Health Connector for the Mendip District and joins Warden Judy Dear in welcoming Graham Thomas back into his newly refurbished home. Health Connections Mendip helps patients access the local support and services
Special thanks to the Shepton Mallet Journal for supplying a photo taken at the Bread Room Open Day.