In the run up to Christmas the local Post Offices can be very crowded with long queues. Why not buy your stamps and post your parcels at Tickenham Post Office, where the parking is easy? It’s open on Mondays from 10 till 11.30 and Wednesdays from 2 till 4 pm, in the Committee Room of the Village Hall (access via the back door). On Mondays you can even have coffee and cake! Tickenham Post Office will run all through December, so please patronise it and help keep it open.
Please see the Events List for lots of interesting and exciting events promoted by Tickenham Church to raise much-needed funds – some for on-going work both to our Grade 1 listed building and some specifically for the West Window Appeal. We would be delighted to see you at any of these and can assure you of a great time.
Don’t forget it’s village market this coming Saturday (10th October). We will have our usual craft stalls along with fresh bread, ham and delicious cakes.
Bacon butties and cake will of course be served – come along and catch up with old friends for a natter.
As supporters of the village field development, I thought you would be pleased to share our pleasure in receiving the below e-mail from Somerset Playing Fields’ Association.
Thank you for your continued support.
Tickenham Field Committee
“I am very pleased to inform you that your field has been successful in this year’s Field of the Year Competition and you are due to receive an award.
The awards will be presented at our Presentation Evening which will immediately follow the 2015 Annual General Meeting which will be held in the main hall at Woolavington Village Hall, Higher Road, Woolavington on Tuesday, 1st September 2015 at 7.30 p.m.”
Somerset Playing Fields’ Association
The village cricket team stormed to victory in their first outing against a Geoff Moss X!. After the generous gift of a cricket net to the Village Sports field the next obvious step was to get a cricket team together. All sorts leapt at the opportunity to show their skills with a good mix of age and experience! Geoff kindly arranged for us to play on the first XI pitch at Nailsea Cricket Club’s Grove Centre, a venue befitting the occasion. His team batted first and scored 130 in the allotted 30 overs which Tickenham passed with the loss of two wickets.
The day was such a success that we have been challenged to three more games next season – two 20/20 matches and another 30 over game. It is hoped to arrange other fixtures against suitable opposition. Anyone interested (no test match experience necessary!) please contact .