Celebrate Radstock Weekend
CELEBRATE RADSTOCK WEEKEND
THIS EVENT HAS NOW TAKEN PLACE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT.
Press Release from Radstock Action Group
The winners of the Spot the Odd Object in the Window competition which was part of the Celebrate Radstock Weekend were:
- First Prize: Josh Bolton - £20 voucher
- Second Prize: Connor Yeates - £10 voucher
- Third Prize: Gary Dowling - £5 voucher
Each winner will be able to spend their voucher in the shop of their choice - chosen from the group of participating traders.
Congratulations to all the winners!
For Radstock Action Group
This is the very first Celebrate Radstock Weekend. We hope it will be the first of many.
Come and join in – at any time.
A weekend of events to show what's on offer right here in Radstock, to get together with friends and family and say 'Yes to a positive and prosperous future for Radstock'.
Everyone welcome at all events.
Throughout the Weekend
Local shops will each be displaying an object in the window that doesn't belong there: participating shops include Automania; Bike It; Bridge Diner; Clements Pharmacy; Cottle's Bakery; County Properties; Harlequin Hairdressers; Jean's Hairdressers; Martin Chivers Photography; Paul Loader Butchers; The Pet Shop; Rebecca's; Step in Time; Thomsons.
Entry forms will be available from all participating shops, or online via the link below, and can be returned once completed to Paul Loader's shop - all you have to do is spot the 'odd object' that doesn't belong in the window and write it into your entry form against the name of the shop. Prizes for first three correct entries. Closing time midday Monday 7 July.
Friday 4th July
Radstock Methodist Church 6pm
Local organisations and individuals find out from our member of the European Parliament how Europe can help Radstock regeneration.
Can Europe make a difference to the future of Radstock?
If you have a question you'd like answered in connection with stopping the road, getting affordable housing for Radstock, protecting the natural environment or the centre of the town, then come along to this meeting.
Glyn Ford is the South West England member of the European Parliament. Come and talk to him about why Radstock is such a great place and why it deserves real, imaginative regeneration.
Saturday 5th July
Radstock Methodist Church 10.00am to noon
Cakes; plants; postcards; posters; books; bric-a-brac and more.
Your chance to buy some delectable edibles, great views of Radstock, books, home-grown plants and objects you never knew you wanted.
And you’ll be supporting Radstock Action Group in their fundraising – urgently needed to keep things going.
Homemaker Car Park (next door to the Memorial Garden) 2pm
Deborah Porter will lead you round some interesting wildlife sites – learn about nature on your doorstep, right in the middle of Radstock. Deborah is one of the most knowledgeable people around when it comes to Radstock - she'll introduce you to some interesting places which make Radstock special.
Sunday 6th July
This is for everyone. Just choose your means of transport/travel.
Meet Meadow View
Depart any time between 11.30 and 12.30. Complete any time up to 3.30.
Go as far as you want and back along the Colliers Way to Kilmersdon turn off or as far as Mells Conduit Bridge (3.8 miles) or any point along the way.
Sponsorship forms are available online via the links below, or from local shops.
Please note there will be absolutely no parking in Meadow View. It's only a few minutes walk from the Victoria Hall where there is lots of parking.
Thank you to our Celebrate Radstock Weekend sponsors:
- Bike It
- Bridge Diner
- Clements Pharmacy
- Cottles Bakery
- County Properties
- Harlequin Hairdressers
- Jean's Hairdressers
- Martin Chivers Photography
- Paul Loader
- Pets Choice
- Rebecca's Flower Shop
- Step in Time Dancewear and Gifts
A very big thank you to Virtual Tapestry Ltd, our very generous sponsors, for their ongoing support for Radstock Action Group. This website is constructed and maintained, at no charge, by Virtual Tapestry Ltd.