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ittle Fishes and TOTS toddler groups for 0-4 years old.

There are thriving groups for toddlers and their parents & carers at Alcombe, Minehead, Watchet and Williton.  Please click on the toddler group links in the appropriate church's column to the left for details. - See more at: http://westsomerset.2day.uk/?localBoard=2948&globalBoard=0#sthash.HRstq8iQ

Little Fishes and TOTS toddler groups for 0-4 years old.

There are thriving groups for toddlers and their parents & carers at Alcombe, Minehead, Watchet and Williton.  Please click on the toddler group links in the appropriate church's column to the left for details. - See more at: http://westsomerset.2day.uk/?localBoard=2948&globalBoard=0#sthash.HRstq8iQ.dpuf
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West Somerset Council has produced a useful directory of voluntary services covering a wide range of areas from community transport to family support.

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Watchet Baptist Church are currently running  a community meal every Friday evening out of The Sanctuary. This meal is a two course dinner which is prepared and cooked by volunteers and it is called Feast (details can be found on The Sanctuary website http://www.thesanctuary.org.uk ). It aims to provide a friendly environment for people to come and eat food together.

There is a suggested donation price for the meal provided, but those that get food boxes can get a meal for themselves and their immediate family for free (a voucher scheme is in place, and every food box that goes out in Watchet has a voucher for the community meal in it).

Recently, more and more people have been coming to the community meal. We have families, church goers, older people and just lonely people realising it is somewhere that they can come, chat and spend time with others.

We have also had families travel out from Minehead..... and this suggests there is a need for a similar scheme to be happening there and chatting to both Christine Payne and Alcombe Children's Centre has confirmed this. Although Watchet Baptist Church host the meal out of their building, it is an ecumenical effort in Watchet in terms of volunteering and I would hope that it could be the same in Minehead/Alcombe.

Rev. Carl Smethurst (Minister of Watchet Baptist Church) is able to come and chat to us about how the scheme works in Watchet (including funding etc) and I propose a meeting so that anyone who is interested can come and find out more, and see how we can make this happen!

The information evening will be on THURSDAY 20TH MARCH at 7:30 at Alcombe Methodist Church.
If you cannot make the meeting please contact Hannah on
h.debourcier@outlook.com
h.debourcier@outlook.com
h.debourcier@outlook.com - See more at: http://westsomerset.2day.ws/westsomerset/?localBoard=2266&globalBoard=0#sthash.LqZxWRXr.dpuf

Community meal meeting TONIGHT!

Watchet Baptist Church are currently running  a community meal every Friday evening out of The Sanctuary. This meal is a two course dinner which is prepared and cooked by volunteers and it is called Feast (details can be found on The Sanctuary website http://www.thesanctuary.org.uk ). It aims to provide a friendly environment for people to come and eat food together.

There is a suggested donation price for the meal provided, but those that get food boxes can get a meal for themselves and their immediate family for free (a voucher scheme is in place, and every food box that goes out in Watchet has a voucher for the community meal in it).

Recently, more and more people have been coming to the community meal. We have families, church goers, older people and just lonely people realising it is somewhere that they can come, chat and spend time with others.

We have also had families travel out from Minehead..... and this suggests there is a need for a similar scheme to be happening there and chatting to both Christine Payne and Alcombe Children's Centre has confirmed this. Although Watchet Baptist Church host the meal out of their building, it is an ecumenical effort in Watchet in terms of volunteering and I would hope that it could be the same in Minehead/Alcombe.

Rev. Carl Smethurst (Minister of Watchet Baptist Church) is able to come and chat to us about how the scheme works in Watchet (including funding etc) and I propose a meeting so that anyone who is interested can come and find out more, and see how we can make this happen!

The information evening will be on THURSDAY 20TH MARCH at 7:30 at Alcombe Methodist Church.
If you cannot make the meeting please contact Hannah on
h.debourcier@outlook.com
h.debourcier@outlook.com
h.debourcier@outlook.com - See more at: http://westsomerset.2day.ws/westsomerset#sthash.Dr2zLYZl.dpuf

Community meal meeting TONIGHT!

Watchet Baptist Church are currently running  a community meal every Friday evening out of The Sanctuary. This meal is a two course dinner which is prepared and cooked by volunteers and it is called Feast (details can be found on The Sanctuary website http://www.thesanctuary.org.uk ). It aims to provide a friendly environment for people to come and eat food together.

There is a suggested donation price for the meal provided, but those that get food boxes can get a meal for themselves and their immediate family for free (a voucher scheme is in place, and every food box that goes out in Watchet has a voucher for the community meal in it).

Recently, more and more people have been coming to the community meal. We have families, church goers, older people and just lonely people realising it is somewhere that they can come, chat and spend time with others.

We have also had families travel out from Minehead..... and this suggests there is a need for a similar scheme to be happening there and chatting to both Christine Payne and Alcombe Children's Centre has confirmed this. Although Watchet Baptist Church host the meal out of their building, it is an ecumenical effort in Watchet in terms of volunteering and I would hope that it could be the same in Minehead/Alcombe.

Rev. Carl Smethurst (Minister of Watchet Baptist Church) is able to come and chat to us about how the scheme works in Watchet (including funding etc) and I propose a meeting so that anyone who is interested can come and find out more, and see how we can make this happen!

The information evening will be on THURSDAY 20TH MARCH at 7:30 at Alcombe Methodist Church.
If you cannot make the meeting please contact Hannah on
h.debourcier@outlook.com
h.debourcier@outlook.com
h.debourcier@outlook.com - See more at: http://westsomerset.2day.ws/westsomerset#sthash.Dr2zLYZl.dpuf

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