Autumn Social Event

Made in Widcombe Dinner

Friday, 27th October 2017 at 7:30pm, Widcombe Social Club, Widcombe Hill

This year our autumn social event will be joining the Widcombe Association for a celebration of local food and enjoy an evening of dining and dancing at the Widcombe Social Club. Tickets are on sale now, at only £25 per head, which includes a three course buffet meal, all provided by our local cafes and restaurants and a complementary glass of prosecco on arrival. Junction 18 will be providing the after dinner entertainment and Lady Margaret will be in attendance as our Mistress of ceremonies for the evening.

Unfortunately we cannot make a group booking, so those of you who wish to attend must BOOK YOUR OWN TICKET in advance. This will be a very popular social event and tickets are selling fast so we recommend early booking. Please let us know if you will be attending so we can keep track of who to look out for on the night. As seating appears to be on a first-come-first-served basis prompt or early arrival is important.

To book tickets CLICK HERE!

More information on this and other events can be found on the Widcombe Association website.

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Improving Widcombe

Suggestions were made for Improving Widcombe at the inaugural Widcombe Association project meeting, held on 16th December 2014.
You will see from the notes from the meeting that suggested improvements have, for practical reasons, been grouped into activities relating to ‘People’, ‘Purpose’ or ‘Place’ so that the limited resources available to the Association can be focussed most effectively.

THE ROLE OF ARCH
It is the intention that ARCH shall:

  • keep members informed about the Improving Widcombe project by circulating the WA minutes of meetings and any related notices; and
  • provide members with the opportunity to make additional suggestions as to how Widcombe could be improved and/or to take an active part in developing or implementing ideas for improvement.

ACTION
If you would like to make suggestions for Improving Widcombe (and ‘Widcombe’ includes all of the ARCH area and much more!) or would like to participate actively in any capacity at all please contact ARCH committee members or contact the Widcombe Association directly. Now is the time to get your voice heard whilst the project plans are at the development stage.