Highways has just informed us that there will be a road closure for local traffic in Lower Ansford for 10 days from Monday 4th October. Gigaclear is putting in fibre broadband.
At the Full Council meeting on Monday 20th September Bob Sherrard was co-opted on to Castle Cary Town Council. All Councillors welcome him and look forward to working with him.
Meanwhile, we currently have two vacancies on Castle Cary Town Council, that the Council will be seeking to fill by co-option.
Apple Day in Castle Cary is not long away! 10th October brings our free celebration of all things apple at The Market House from 11am-3pm. Please note a change of time for our later illustrated lecture, organised by the Cary History Society: Forbidden Fruit: A History of Art as told by Apples . The speaker Colin Wiggins was former Official Lecturer at the National Gallery. This will be at Caryford Hall starting at 5pm. Doors open at 4.30 – refreshments available. Tickets £5 from Bailey Hill Bookshop – and available on the door only if there are any left.
Hope to see you at The Market House and at Caryford Hall!
Sorry to say we have cancelled the Barrow Market due to take place this Saturday 18th, due to a lack of barrow stalls. We will start these up again next Spring.
Can you spare a little of your time, brainpower and community spirit? Why not consider joining the Town Council? You don’t need experience, just a desire to make a difference and work towards shaping a better community experience. It also gives you skills and knowledge your job may not and looks good on your CV! Simply email [email protected] if you’d like to find out more.
October 12th, 7pm, sees the start of the first ever season of Café Scientifique Somerset sessions at The Market House, Castle Cary. Café Sci is a place where, in an informal café-style setting, there are free monthly talks and debates about the latest thinking in science and technology from researchers and experts across the science, technology, engineering and mathematics spectrum. The audience is decidedly non-expert and the talks are aimed at anyone who would like to know more about the developments that will impact our future, with a distinctly local and social feel. Attendees can take a glass of wine or cup of coffee and join in the debate and meet like-minded people. This is the first such venture in rural Somerset and is well supported by the academic and industrial community with a fascinating line-up of speakers already confirmed. It takes place as part of our LAMP (Learning At the Market Place) programme. The first session will see Professor James Ladyman of Bristol University discussing science as a complex system and debating the very nature of science itself – a thought-provoking beginning to an intriguing set of sessions which will take place on the second Tuesday of every month from October to June. For more information: [email protected]