Welcome to the Batcombe Parish Council Website
The Parish Council's website is continually being developed and will gradually provide more information about the parish of Batcombe, local organisations, news and events - as well as those documents the Parish Council is required to publish.
BATCOMBE is a parish in the east of Somerset between Frome and Shepton Mallet, which consists of the villages of Batcombe and Westcombe together with a number of outlying hamlets and farmsteads. At the centre of the parish lies St Mary's Church with its magnificent 16th century tower, the Three Horseshoes pub, and a community centre consisting of the award-winning Jubilee Hall and the Old School Rooms. (To learn more about the Jubilee Hall and Old School Rooms click on the link to the Village Hall Trust website.)
News about BATCOMBE
Coronavirus - Caution is the Watchword
While everyone is delighted that restrictions are now easing, please remember that Covid is still with us and among us and exercise caution. More advice can be found on the gov.uk website www.gov.uk/coronavirus
If you need help, or know someone who does, please call the Somerset Coronavirus helpline 0300 790 6275. It’s available 8.00am to 6.00pm, including weekends.
Events in BATCOMBE
Batcombe Film Society
Date: Friday 15th October 2021
Time: 7.15pm for 7.45pm
Venue: Jubilee Hall, Batcombe
The second film in the new season is The Sound of Metal (2019/120 mins/15). Oscar-nominated Riz Ahmed gives a compelling performance as Ruben, a heavy metal drummer and recovering heroin addict. While on tour with his girlfriend and band-mate Lou (Olivia Cooke), his already deteriorating hearing takes a devastating turn for the worse, throwing his life into turmoil. A thought-provoking film which uses sound to contribute to our understanding of Ruben’s inner world. The full programme of films for the 2021/22 season can be downloaded from the Clubs and Societies page.
June Parish Council Meeting
Wednesday June 4th
Place: The Old School, Batcombe
Description: The monthly Parish Council meeting. Members of the public are welcome to attend. The Agenda and Minutes of previous meetings can be downloaded from the Minutes and Agendas page a week before the meeting.
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