Gray's of Stalbridge are hosting their second workshop of the new year on Wednesday 31st January 2018 from 6.30pm to 8.30pm
Come and create a unique and beautiful necklace. You can choose your own beads, colours and design your own necklace.
£15pp to include a glass of prosecco.
Grays of Stalbridge
High Street, Stalbridge DT10 2LJ
The Church of Saint Mary in Stalbridge is holding two services on New Years Eve, Sunday 31st of December. Worship at Stalbridge Parish Church on this First Sunday of Christmas is Holy Communion at 9.30am. There's also a special service for New Year's Eve at 6.30pm. To find out more about the other Spirehill parish churches just click the button below.
Somerset Council have announced that some of Landshire Lane will be closed for roadworks on the 18th January. Here is their letter on the subject...
SOMERSET COUNTY COUNCIL
DISTRICT OF SOUTH SOMERSET
PARISH OF HENSTRIDGE
Temporary Closure of Landshire Lane (East)
TAKE NOTICE that in pursuance of Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulations
Act 1984, as amended by the Road Traffic (Temporary Restrictions) Act 1991, the
County Council of Somerset propose to make an Order PROHIBITING ALL
TRAFFIC from proceeding along Landshire Lane (East) from 20m either side of
Townsend Railway Bridge over the disused railway for a total distance of 50
This order will enable Balfour Beatty on behalf of Historical Railway Estates to
examine the disused structure in this road.
The Order becomes effective on 18 January 2018 and will remain in force for
eighteen months. The works are expected to last for 1 day (09.30 - 15.30hrs). While
the closure is in operation an alternative route will be signed as detailed below.
Please visit www.roadworks.org for further information on the alternative route
For information about the works being carried out please contact Centurion Site
Services on 01132775360
Dated: 28 December 2017
Thyme After Time Cafe in Stalbridge has a few changes to their opening times during the festive season, but after a well earned break until the end of Boxing Margot and the team will be back serving delicious Dorset Fayre this Wednesday 27th December...Here are the opening times until normal service is resumed...
Wednesday 27th December- OPEN 8am-2.30pm when we will stop serving meals but will be open for drinks and cakes until 3pm
Thursday 28th December OPEN 8am-2.30pm when we will stop serving meals but will be open for drinks and cakes until 3pm
Friday 29th December OPEN 8am-2.30pm when we will stop serving meals but will be open for drinks and cakes until 3pm
Saturday 30th DecemberOPEN 8am-2.30pm when we will stop serving meals but will be open for drinks until 3pm
Sunday 31st December- CLOSED
Monday 1st January-CLOSED
Tuesday 2nd January back open as usual.
Their normal opening hours are -
Monday- Fridays 8.30am- 4.30pm
Saturday breakfast club 8am-2.30pm
Please note we are closed Sundays and Bank holidays
We serve hot food from our menus Monday to Friday 8.30am -2.30pm after which the kitchen is closed but we still serve a selection of cakes, scones and freshly baked goods.
Saturdays we serve from our breakfast/brunch menu only from 8am-2.30pm.
Cafe Address- Thyme after time, Spire Hill Farm, Thornhill, Stalbridge, DT10 2SG
Landline number is 01963 362202
Do keep an eye on their facebook page 'Thyme after time cafe and catering' as they put up lots of pics of dishes they make, special offers and competitions!
The Octagon Theatre in Yeovil presents "Cinderella", their fun-filled, family pantomime for Christmas and the New Year. Once again, the show will be written by Paul Hendy and produced by Evolution, the same team behind Peter Pan. Cinderella promises to be our biggest and most spectacular pantomime ever, so don't be late for the ball...
(click on the button below for dates and times)
It's 1912, and as Scott and Amundsen begin their race across Antarctica, the hapless explorer, Captain Reginald Cranston has accidentally landed on the wrong side of the continent. As Cranston and his motley band set up base camp, a meteor crashes nearby. Deciding to Investigate, they set out towards the crash site - unaware of the danger that awaits not just them, but the whole of planet earth.
What ancient evil lurks inside the crater?
What is the dark secret of the slimy fungus?
And what is the horrifying fate of those who encounter the parasitic space worms?
Inspired by the movies of the 1950's, 'The Thing That Came From Over There’ is a fast-paced rollicking ride, mixing paranoia, suspense and hilariously gruesome deaths. Join three daring actors as they play over 15 roles in a show packed with shocks, spine tingling silliness, and blood curdling terror. With comedy and thrills galore, expect visual gags, verbal wit, giant puppetry, and even a little live music!
Artsreach Touring theatre proudly presents...
Gonzo Moose - The Thing that came from Over There
STALBRIDGE HALL. SUNDAY 4TH FEBRUARY. 7.30PM
TICKET PRICES - ADULTS £9. CHILDREN £6. FAMILY £25.
TICKETS ON SALE IN JANUARY. We will keep you informed...
Chris Watts Building and Maintenance offers an Emergency Call out Service for all Plumbing and Boiler Emergencies, so whether it's a leaking tap, a cracked pipe or a boiler that suddenly stops working just call us on 01963 32809 and one of our fully qualified plumbers will be able to come and sort out your problems.
Please join us on Christmas Day morning for a cuppa and a chat in The Hub at Stalbridge from 10 until 12.
Everyone is welcome so if you are passing on your brisk christmas morning walk, been up since 5am and need a pick me up or would just like to escape the mayhem come to The Hub we'll put the kettle on! And if you are reading this and know someone who might not see online postings like this one, perhaps you could let them know and invite them from us.
As Christmas Eve falls on a Sunday and Christmas Day is on a Monday you might be wondering how this affects the opening times of shops in Stalbridge. Here is the Stalbridge Info guide to Christmas Opening Times. Not all the shops feature in the table below, but then not all the shops have put information in their windows...or on their websites...or on their facebook page. Here are the ones who have...
Matt's Disco will be pumping out disco tunes at the Swan Pub in Stalbridge for their Christmas Disco on Saturday 23rd December, which is Christmas Eve Eve?, and you should have got all your shopping done by then, so why not put the car keys on the hook and head on down to the one and only pub in Stalbridge for the Swan Xmas Disco 2017!
Back by popular demand, acoustic duo 'Paul and Joe' will be entertaining the customers at the Swan pub in Stalbridge on Sunday 17th December. If you haven't heard them play yet...you're in for a treat! The Swan pub is at the north end of Stalbridge High Street. Parking is available off Station Road, opposite The Hub.
Spot the Oddity Competition involves looking in the shop windows in Stalbridge. In each window is a numbered card. An ODD OBJECT (one which you would not normally expect to see in this window) has been carefully placed. All you have to do is to write down on the competition form what the odd object is. Competition forms are available to pick up from the Community Information Office in Hub@Stalbridge, Station Road. You can also fill in the competition form online if you want to use your smartphone to do the competition . The online form is available to fill in by clicking on the button below. The prize for the winner is a £10 voucher to be spent in participating shops in Stalbridge.
PLEASE NOTE: The competition began on the 2nd December. All entries must be returned to The Hub by Thursday 4th January
Most of us produce extra rubbish and recycling over the festive period, so Dorset Waste Partnership have a few rules and regulations on this topic.
Extra rubbish and recycling?
Recycle more this ChristmasMost of us produce extra waste over the festive period. Using the Recycle for Dorset service, you can recycle the following:
Brown food bin
Recycling your real Christmas tree
The Dorset Waste Partnership no longer collects real Christmas trees at the kerbside.
If you buy a real Christmas tree there are various options for what to do once you've finished with it and removed all its decorations:
And Incase you didn't read the Stalbridge Info Christmas Bins Diary blog we did...here is the info again
The multi-award winning Stalbridge supermarket Dike and Son have released their Christmas opening hours, so here they are.
Father Christmas will be visiting Stalbridge and Stalbridge Weston in his sleigh in the week before Christmas.
On Wednesday 20th December from 5.45 pm he will be visiting The Caundles & Stalbridge Westonon.
On Friday 22nd December from 4pm he will be visiting Stalbridge (east).
On Saturday 23rd December from 5.15 pm he will be visiting Stalbridge (west)
This is all thanks to the Blackmore Vale Lions, who know Santa very well, and will be helping him on the night. So don't forget to get that tin of coins out and make a donation to the very worthy causes that the Lions support! And if you're not sure which is east and west in Stalbridge just click on the button below to see an east/west map of Stalbridge.
The Church of St. Mary, Stalbridge invites you to join us for Christingle and Carols on Sunday 17th December. The Christingle service starts at 9.30am where there will be an opportunity to donate to The Children's Society. Then join us in the evening at 6.30pm for Carols by Candlelight!
Everyone is most welcome.
Adult tickets for the Yulefest are almost sold out - we think it's unlikely any will be available on the door. With this in mind we've introduced a 'lite' ticket which allows access to the Christmas market, food stalls and comfy seating area but not the main band/bar and children's tents. It's ideal for people who just want to browse the stalls, have something tasty to eat then head home. You'll still get to hear the Stalbridge Singers (5-6pm) and Wincanton Silver Band (6-7pm) too. Lite tickets are £3 and will be available on the door only.
Just a very quick note to say that we have one table of up to 6 people unexpectedly come available for our this Saturday, 9th Christmas Evening here at Thyme After Time Cafe in Stalbridge - perhaps you would like to come along- if so just get in touch and let us know what you fancy from the menu set out below. There will be lush food, fab music, great atmosphere- what more can you ask of a cold winters festive evening?
We look forward to hearing from you!
Here is our menu for you to choose from-
Thyme after time Café Christmas Menu 2017
Creamy Dorset blue vinny mushrooms with crispy bacon with fried ‘sippets’ of bread
Scottish smoked salmon and king prawns with a dill and lime aioli with baby salad leaves
Our festive chunky Christmas minestrone and basil broth with a chunky cheese on toast crouton
Main Course choices
Roast breast of turkey with a pig in blanket, our homemade stuffing, bread sauce, cranberry sauce, gravy, roast potatoes and served with seasonal vegetables
Griddled loin of smoked ham steak served with our homemade Cumberland sauce with roast potatoes and seasonal vegetables
Hearty fish stew with fresh fish, shellfish and prawns and served with saffron potatoes
Vegetarian option of spinach and Rosary goats cheese roly poly with a rich tomato sauce
Our Christmas pudding with Baileys infused whipped cream
Hazelnut and chocolate vacherin layered up with Marshfield mint choc chip icecream
Clementine trifle with egg nog soaked vanilla sponge, custard, whipped cream, toasted almonds and crushed amaretti biscuits
Fresh Americano coffee from our espresso machine using Reads coffee beans of Sherborne
The price per head for this event is £29.50.
Usual routine in that you are welcome to bring your own alcohol, we will simply charge you £1 per person to cover glass washing and bottle disposal. Soft drinks please purchased strictly from our Cafe.
We hope that you will get in touch and join us for our annual Christmas Evening.
01963 362202 Thyme after time, Spire Hill Farm, Thornhill, Stalbridge, DT10 2SG.
Detectorists and surface collectors Verena and John Harper will be sharing their finds at The Congregational Church in Stalbridge at an Open Meeting of The Stalbridge History Society, entitled "History Under The Earth" on Saturday 9th December. You can also bring along your own artifacts for identification!
The event starts at 10.30am and there is free parking by the Hub in Station Road.
Entrance is £3. Free to members of the society.
Refreshments will be served.
For more information please email: email@example.com
Hundreds of children, parents and grand parents processed to the Ring in Stalbridge on the evening of Friday 1st December, proudly carrying the lanterns they had made at one of four lantern making workshops run by Stalbright Special Events for Stalbridge. Here is a short video made to celebrate the event, one of many that were held over the first weekend in December.