The First Aid Course due to be run on 18 September at the Village Hall has been postponed.The new date is 20th November, 9.00am – 1.00pm. It will be run by Joe Rice First Aid Training. This is a FREE Defibrillator and First Aid training workshop open only to residents of Brentor Parish.
To find out more or to book a place please call the Parish Clerk, Caroline Oxenham, on 01822 481415 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Government is intending to introduce changes to the rules for mobile phone mast planning consent in the very near future.
If you are in one of the many houses in Brentor with no mobile coverage then please call your mobile provider and register a complaint regarding your lack of coverage. If there are sufficient complaints then we should be prioritised for a new mast(s) to provide coverage.
Not only West Blackdown homes but also up to 31 homes in Brentor village centre will definitely be getting access at no cost to the new fibre broadband network being built by Openreach. West Blackdown should be connected by the end of August (over a month later than originally quoted), and BT announced on 10th March 2021 that enough residents had signed up for the government-funded Universal Service Obligation scheme for the north side of the village centre to also be connected.
Do you have an interesting photo, an informative item about the village or an event that you need to promote? We want to keep this website topical, local and up-to-date, so please send your potential contributions to the Editor at email@example.com .
This website now has a recipes page, but there’s only a few recipes on it!
As we all know, lot of Brentor’s social life revolves around cooking and eating with family and friends. The recipes on the new page have been provided by Brentor residents past and present. No doubt some have been adapted and improved as the years pass – and they are reminders of residents past and present and of many good times around the table, as well as being household favourites. WE NEED LOTS MORE RECIPES! So please email your contributions – a recipe with a small introductory text – to the editor, Colin Dawes, at firstname.lastname@example.org .