Please come and help with the wildflower patch tidy up for the In Bloom judging.
The In Bloom judges will be viewing the wildflower patch at approx. 11.30 am on 9th July, so we would like to have it looking it’s best for then.
Meet at the wildflower patch:
Tuesday 8th July
@ 2.30 pm
Please bring a fork or hand tools.
The Wombles have been invited to be the official litter pickers at this years Keynsham Music Festival and we are pleased to announce that we will be Wombling at the festival between 12 noon and 10pm on Sunday 6 July and from 8am to 12 noon on Monday 7 July.
It’s a chance to see our Wombles in action, say hello to some fellow Wombles and find out a little more about how to get involved in Keynsham Wombles. We have divided the days up into 2 hour slots and would really welcome any help over the two days, we still have a few slots to fill so this would be a great opportunity to get involved.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know how you would like to be included.
If you can’t help on the weekend please share with friends and family so we can really make this festival a litter free success.
Rather excitingly the Keynsham Wombles have been picked to be one of the community groups to take part in June’s Community Matters in the Keynsham branch of Waitrose. Each month Waitrose divide £1000 between three community groups, please pop your tokens into our box to help us!
Plans are afoot to reduce the facilities to just two units – one a uni-sex (all age) and the other for disabled and nappy changing. There will be no men’s urinals.
Also there will be cost of 20p to use the toilets.
A few objections have already been posted to the planning office and can be seen at the link below.
We only have until 15th of May to object, so please use the link below to to do so – it’s easy.
We’ve had a busy afternoon at the wildflower patch, getting things ready for this summer and sowing seeds.
We are really interested to find more people who would like to get involved in this ongoing project as we need some more hands to keep the patch nice any healthy for the local bee and pollinator population.
If you would like to get involved and see this project develop please get in touch at our usual email address: email@example.com
We would like to congratulate the winners of our Energy saving raffle which was drawn at our last Energy Group Meeting.
Well done to: Laura Corfield, Sue, Juliet Brocline, June Friswell, Liz Barling and John Paget
A huge thank you to everyone who took part and everyone who donated prizes to the raffle we raised just over £26 which will help fund TK projects over the year.
B&NES are having another give and take day on the 15th March.