The Real Big Olive Podcast with Sarah Davies at Wookey goat farm then on to Roger Wilkins at Wilkins cider farm.........

The Real Big Olive Podcasters Charlie & Kieran visit Sarah Davies at Wookey goat farm then ride on to Roger Wilkins at Wilkins cider farm.

Please click on the link below to view the podcast.

Wookey Hole CC will be playing a fund raising friendly against Paul Nicholls Racing Club

Wookey Hole CC will be playing a fund raising friendly against the World Famous Paul Nicholls Racing Club
Bank Holiday Sunday 29th August 2021 at 2pm
at Wookey Hole Ground off Titlands Lane 
Will the Racing Elite rein in the Witch Inspired Village Team or will they trot over the finishing line?  
With England's Jamie Overton in attendance, the afternoon is set to beat the thrills & Spills of The Hundred 
Play starts at 2pm followed by an auction on Paul Nicholls memorabilia
Everyone Welcome

Messiah brings Christmas Joy to Wells

Messiah brings Christmas joy to Wells


Enjoy an uplifting festive experience like no other, when Messiah comes to Wells Cathedral on Saturday 7th December.


In their annual performance of Handel's great work, Wells Cathedral Oratorio Society will be accompanied by some of Europe's finest period instrument musicians in the Music for Awhile Orchestra, led by Jean Paterson. The soloists are Elizabeth Atherton (soprano), Tim Morgan (countertenor), Peter Auty (tenor), and Ben McAteer (bass). The Conductor is Jeremy Cole. 


The Oratorio choir says: ''This concert is truly a wonderful musical experience and we know that audiences really feel the joy of the Christmas season when they hear it - and indeed become part of it during the Halleluja chorus.''


Concert: Saturday 7th December, 7pm prompt.
Tickets £14-£30 online at, by phone 01749 834483 or at the Wells Cathedral Shop (01749 672773).


This popular event is expected to sell out so the advice is to book early.

Jean Paterson Violin

Mendip Butterfly Counting

The butterflies are beginning to need counting up the Mendips! 
Caroline Tetley and I and various others try to cover each week in the summer moths on a two hour walk up the Mendips counting and identifying these butterflies using a chart with pictures to help recognise each species
We started a fortnight ago and only saw three on each trip and these were peacocks and small tortoiseshell. However there will be many more very soon. It is a lovely thing to do  to take this idyllic  walk ;a little bit tough perhaps but very beautiful. 
If you would like to join us please answer to my email address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Lucy White

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