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Notice of Uncontested Election
Election of Councillors to Chelwood Parish Council
The persons listed below have been validly nominated for the Parish Council Election on Thursday 2 May 2019.
Glynn, Julie Anne Burnts House, Chelwood, Bristol, BS39 4NL
Harrison, Patrick Ian Malt House Farm, Chelwood, BS39 4NN
Jones, Peter Huw Rothwell Lodge Farm, Chelwood, Bristol, BS39 4NH
Joyner, Geoffrey Robert Myrtle House, Chelwood, BS39 4NW
NOTICE OF UNCONTESTED ELECTION
Chelwood Parish Council has 5 seats. As the number of candidates validly nominated does not exceed the number of seats for this Parish Council, the election will not be contested on Thursday 2 May 2019. The above mentioned candidates are declared elected without contest, and will come into office on Tuesday 7 May 2019.
Date: Thursday 4 April 2019 Maria Lucas Returning Officer
Notice of Election – Bath & North East Somerset Council
An election is to be held for Councillors to serve Bath & North East Somerset Council.
Our new ward is Clutton and Farmborough.
For more details please download the following file:
Next Scheduled Parish Council Meeting
Tuesday 16th April 2019 at 7:30pm in the village hall.
If you wish anything to be included in agenda please
contact Carolyn Beecroft(clerk) or P Sherborne(chair)
Badapple Theatre Company
The Frozen Roman
Badapple Theatre Company has confirmed that they would love to return to Chelwood with their new play, The Frozen Roman, on Saturday 1st June.
As well as being funny and brilliantly performed, as we would expect following their four previous visits in the last three years, it seems highly appropriate, given our proximity to Bath - or Aquae Sulis, as the Romans called it. But to bring the Roman connection even closer to home, did you know that the Reverend Richard Warner, who was rector of Chelwood from 1828 to 1848 and died here in 1857 aged 93, wrote “An Illustration of the Roman Antiquities Discovered at Bath”, which was published by order of the Mayor and Corporation of Bath in 1797.
And of course our very own Village Hall was built by Rev. Warner as a Parish School for Chelwood in 1834 in memory of his daughter Ellen Rebecca who died aged 29 the previous year. So many reasons to make this a date you cannot miss!
Normally held 2nd Saturday of the month, 7:30pm.
Come & swap a good book or just come and chat with a glass in your hand!
Normally held 1st Friday of the month, 7:30pm-9:30pm.
We are also wondering whether any of you wish take a turn ‘hosting’ a first Friday gathering and lead a particular activity ore theme - or do any of you have interesting professional skills or amateur hobby-horses or obsessions that you would like to share with us for 15 to 20 minutes or so? Please let Stephen or Penny know if you do.
See you Friday - feel free to bring a bottle and some nibbles.
Wednesday Evenings, 6:00-7:00pm with Lynne Joyner.
This will be held at Chelwood Village Hall.
All levels welcomed
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