Community Group

The Community Group was set up to raise funds for the village.

NEXT MEETING of the Community Group
Monday, March 12 6:45pm in the Memorial Hall. All welcome.

Bookings are invited for the Cranmore marquees… Make your summer intense!

1no 6m. x 4m   Tent.         £120
2no 6m. x 4m.  Tents.       £210
3no 6m. x 4m.  Tents.       £300
1no 10 m x 4 m. Tent.       £180
Tables.       £6 each
Chairs.       £1-20 each
Staging.     £12 per section

All within 10 mile radius of Cranmore
We will transport and erect.
Tents will only be erected between April 1st and September 30th
Contact John Reakes on 01749 880388

 Cranmore Litter Pick – Please join us 10am, 3rd March 2018

Signpost

All residents of the village are members of the group.  There is a committee which meets once a month.  Anyone from the village can join the meetings, The only elected members are the Chairperson, Secretary and Treasurer.  At present there are approximately 12 people who meet to discuss the next event.

There is a special sub-committee of enthusiastic volunteers who meet to plan the next Summer Fayre, which will probably be in August in Jill’s Close. Watch for details!

Some of the Events put on by the group :

  • The Annual Village Fayre. 12th August 2018
  • Occasional Dances.
  • The Halloween Childrens disco always held on 31st October each year
  • Quizzes – at various times throughout the yea
  • Christmastime Music Night in December
  • Walks in the surrounding countryside

The Community Group own 4 marquees which are used for various events throughout the year.  The marquees are also for hire.

Monies raised during the events and from marquee hire is used to enhance the village.  In April each year the groups and societies can ask for a grant for specific projects. i.e. funds have been used for new safety matting for the village play equipment, upkeep of the village hall, different projects on the churches, the tennis and cricket clubs. It is also used for the free Halloween childrens disco, only children from outside the village need to pay.  Funds raised at the quizzes also help local charities, like the Somerset Air Ambulance.