ContentsTwinning Association North Petherton Educational Trust Stockmoor and Wilstock Residents Association Parkersfield for kids
The twinning link between the parish of North Petherton and the commune of Ceauce in southern Normandy was established in 1993. We promote links and cultural understanding between the two communities, including their clubs and schools, and visit each otheron alternate years. Over the years we have taken our friends to many places including Bath, Wells, Cheddar, Exeter, and Sidmouth. We enjoy many social fundraising events throughout the year to which all are welcome. Watch out for the latest news in the United Benefice Link. For any other information,or if you wish to join us, please contact Mrs Rosemary Day on email@example.com or 01278 663074
North Petherton Educational Trust
Small financial grants are available to young people (16 to 25 years) living in the parish of North Petherton who are in education or training. The funding comes from the Sir Thomas Wroth Charity and The Cheeke and Stodgell Educational Foundation. Grants can be put towards the cost of books, equipment, travel, exhibitions and specialised clothing.
The parish includes North Petherton, North Newton, Moorland, Woolmersdon, Stockmoor, Wilstock and Somerset Bridge.
Application forms can be obtained by writing to: Mrs J Anthony, 1 Bridgwater Road, North Pertherton, TA6 6PW
Or downloaded from here
All applications must be received by Friday 28th October 2016, and will be considered shortly after
Stockmoor and Wilstock Residents Association
The Stockmoor and Wilstock Residents’ Association – or SAWRA for short – is a voluntary organisation run by residents of the Stockmoor and Wilstock housing developments, for the benefit of both communities. Formed following consultation with residents in September 2013, it exists to encourage the exchange of information, experiences and ideas; support social activities that generate a sense of community spirit; and represent the interests and rights of residents living in the two areas.
To find out more visit their website
Parkersfield for Kids
Parkersfield for kids is a facebook page where you can find out what is happening in Parkersfield playing field. Visit their facebook page here