25th – 26th July 2020

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Music Quiz Night

February 28th 2020 | Watchet Royal British Legion

Friday, 28th February 2020 at Watchet Royal British Legion Club. Time: 7.30 p.m. prompt. £18.00 per team (max: 4 per team, Age:18+) with an exceptional winning Top Team Prize of 4 …

PUDDING NIGHT

April 25th 2020 | Watchet Royal British Legion

Saturday, 25th April 2020.  Time: 7.30 p.m.  Location: Watchet Royal British Legion.  Cost: TBC.   Epic pudding night, plenty of delicious, yummy desserts and puddings and cheese and biscuits to enjoy. …

Watchet Wheelbarrow Race

May 24th 2020 | The Esplanade

Qualifying for this year's race is NOT YET OPEN. Patience! Watchet’s wheelie wacky 'barrow' version of F1 with its annual Circuit de Watchet on Sunday, 24th May. Hilariously funny minute by …

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2 weeks ago

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Our next Carnival fundraiser is Music Quiz Night on Friday, 28th February held at Watchet Royal British Legion Club. Time: 7.30 p.m. prompt; £18.00 per team (max: 4 per team, Age:18+) with an exceptional winning Top Team Prize of 4 x Adult Weekend Tickets to Watchet Music Festival. For Team Booking please email: info@watchetcarnival.co.uk or contact Sandie on 01984 632783 a.s.a.p. Don’t delay, book today! ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

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A Big Thank You to our wonderful diners this evening at our Pie 'n' Mash Carnival Fundraiser. We hope everyone enjoyed themselves and had a thoroughly entertaining evening. Thanks for your generous support and fantastic start to our fundraising. Many thanks.🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

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🆘Yesterday evening was Full Council, another productive evening making decisions to move the district forward.

One of the items we discussed was Watchet Harbour and the Walls both at East Quay and Splash Point.

After years of limited action the central section of the wall is needing repair so we have agreed for this to occur with expected costs in the region of several hundreds of thousands of pounds.

Due to the damage that occurred prior to Christmas at Splash Point we have set aside funds to start the design work on the long term options. The full costs for the repair will have to be established and funded once known later in the Spring.

We currently are going to receive no funds from central government for this so will have to finance the whole project ourselves with in total for the two projects in excess of £700,000.

It was great to hear local feedback that they felt it was a positive move that the Harbour was in new hands, with the new administration making a difference compared to previously.
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