St James church is organising the usual "Carols around the tree" on the village green, at 6.30 pm on 19 December.
We are invited to meet for festive refreshments in the New Inn afterwards.
Murder Mystery Evening
The Red Herrings present
The Perilous Phlogisticon
Saturday 1st October at 7.00pm
A Murder Mystery
evening with a ploughman’s and pudding
Prize for the best solution to the murder
Tickets: £15 on the
door or £12 paid in advance
children half price. Bring your own drinks
Westerleigh Village Jubilee celebrations - on the village playing fields.
Bouncy castle, face painting, mini steam train
Fun and games for all:
mini football, welly wanging, and more.
Old-fashioned races for kids, and parents.
Teas in the Village Hall.
Animal rehab clinic, My Hart dog-training, Rosie Gosling Cards, Trax Performance, The Wool Cellar, Mustard Cuts, Westerleigh Flowers, Missing Link Housing.
All proceeds to South West Air Ambulance
Come along to the Village Hall for an evening of cheese tasting with a selection of wines, and other snacks. The price is £10 per ticket, and these are available from Alison and Steve Howard (01454 312195).
We will taste 6 wines (3 red and 3 white) with appropriate cheeses. One wine will be a mystery, a prize for whoever gets closest to identifying it.
There will a quiz in the middle and an auction at the end
If people like beer or soft drinks, they are welcome to bring them along.
The New Local Plan: Phase 2 – Urban, Rural and Key Issues, is out for consultation for six weeks, from 7 February to 21 March 2022.
It is primarily asking you for your views on where growth, change and protection might take place, although specific numbers of homes are not mentioned. This is because the HMG numbers are being recalculated, and the WECA "Spatial Development Strategy" is not being consulted upon until later this spring.
Urban Growth is proposed for the North and East Fringes of Bristol, and the market towns of Yate, Chipping Sodbury and Thornbury.
The "Creating Sustainable Rural Villages and Settlements" section currently suggests that Westerleigh is not on the "initial list of villages and settlements to investigate for growth".
The plan is available at this web address:
The SGC Plan also says: "As a principle, we are keen to provide opportunities for local communities who want to bring forward growth to meet specific, identified local aims, aspirations and needs."
Westerleigh Parish Council has agreed to perform a "Housing Needs Survey" in the Westerleigh Ward of the Parish (ie not Coalpit Heath), to establish what numbers and type of housing (if any) residents want. This will be supported by SGC, and will take place later this year.