The Worlebury Community The Worlebury Community

Making Things Possible

Latest News

South West Rugby

South West Rugby - Katie Reynolds

In the final regional match of the season Worle Community School year 10 pupil Katie Reynolds completed the treble by captaining the South West of England Under 15 rugby team in all of their matches this season. The match against the North was played at Birmingham Exiles RFC in Solihull. Hornettes Captain and Somerset player Katie led the team out and played in her club position of No 8.

The first-half was an evenly contested with the South West losing by two tries to one. This gave a half time score of 5 - 14 points.

After the break the North had the upper hand and made the South West pay with several break away ties. But they showed great spirit by fighting back and scoring two tries of their own. The final score ended with the South West losing by 15 - 43.

Over the last few weeks they've competed well against some of the top players in the country. With several players showing good potential for the future.

Katie said: "It has been a great season for me but next season there will be greater challenges when I move up to Under-18s.

"I would like to thank Worle School, Hornets, friends and family for all the support that I have had this season."

Her representative honours this season for Somerset and the South West show that she has played in all matches. Playing seven, winning five and losing two. With the honour of captaining the South West in all of their matches.

Katie Reynolds is sponsored by Baytree Road Garage:

Baytree Road Garage

Date: 08 May 2017

South West Rugby

Captain of the Hornettes Girls Under 15, Katie Reynolds again captained the South West Under 15 rugby team in the second match of the regional series. Following a fine win against the Midlands, the second match was against the South East. The match was played at Birmingham Exiles RFC in Solihull. Elite athlete Katie led the team out and played in her club position of No 8.

South West Rugby - Katie Reynolds

The South West were up against a well drilled team from the South East. In the first half the pace of the two South West wingers was too much for the opposition and very quickly they scored two tries to make the score 12 - 0. The South East fought back and by half time the score was 19 - 14 in favour of the South West.

In the second half the South West used a squad rotational system to give other players the chance to show their skills. This suited the South East who went on to win 19 - 33.

This was a true squad effort from the Manager, Head and Assistant Coaches to all the South West girls who played together to produce a creditable performance although the result went against them.

Katie said: "I play because I wanted to try something different and challenge myself.

"We all love rugby and that is why we do it.

"Even though we lost, we have learnt a great deal from this match."

The third and final match of the Regional Championship will be played against the North on Sunday 7 May in Birmingham.

Katie a year 10 pupil at Worle Community School in Weston-super-Mare will move up to Under 18 next season where there will be further opportunities to progress to the England national programme. 26,000 women and girls regularly play rugby in England in this up and coming sport.

Anyone interested in playing rugby can see the girls training on a Wednesday evening at Hornets RFC.

Katie Reynolds is sponsored by Baytree Road Garage:

Baytree Road Garage

Date: 24 April 2017

Car Broken Into

Overnight 8 - 9 April in the Furze Road area.

Has been reported to Police.

Report crime and incidents online - Report crime »

UPDATE - Garage and vehicles entered in Worlebury Hill Road area leading to the woods.

Date: 09 April 2017

South West Rugby

Worlebury resident and captain of the successful Hornettes Girls Under 15, Katie Reynolds played for the South West in their match against the Midlands. The match was played at Birmingham Exiles RFC in Solihull. Katie playing at no 8 captained the side who played open and flowing rugby, which ended in a fine win.

South West Rugby - Katie Reynolds

The South West showed their class by holding on to their passes and not missing their tackles. In the first half they were soon two tries up and finished the half 17 - 0.

The second half saw them score another three tries making the final score 32 - 0. The final try being set up by their captain who quickly took a tap penalty before passing for the touch down.

The players really enjoyed the experience and can take a lot of credit from how they performed. It was how the coaches wanted them to play and they really showed their quality.

South West Rugby - Katie Reynolds

Her honours this season also include captaining the Hornettes to be The South West Plate Champions. Representing Somerset County RFU in the South West Division Championship. Somerset won all four of their matches and were crowned champions for the second year running. The girls proved to be skilled, focused and the victory was a true squad effort. England World Cup winner and former Somerset player, Danielle Waterman, commented that she had never seen an Under 15 side show such a level of ability.

Katie would like to thank the Hornets RFC, Somerset County RFU, South West RFU and in particular the coaches who have helped her achieve this standard of rugby. Not forgetting her parents Richard and Catherine Reynolds for their support and providing transport to all of the matches and training sessions.

She is a Year 10 pupil at Worle Community School in Weston-super-Mare where she has played football, hockey and rugby with distinction. Recently she has received her sports tie for commitment and excellence in Physical Education.

Katie Reynolds is sponsored by Baytree Road Garage:

Baytree Road Garage

Date: 02 April 2017

Village Emergency Telephone System (VETS)

The Community HeartBeat Trust is a national charity focused on provision of life saving defibrillation services to local communities.

The Village Emergency Telephone System (VETS) has been introduced to complement the installation of the defibrillator, which is situated at Worlebury Golf Club.

The system is now live and we have volunteers who can be called to fetch the defibrillator. They will then deliver it to where it is required.

If you need help:

  • Ring 999 immediately to call for an ambulance
  • Ring VETS on 01934 442 911

Bus Timetable

Service 106. First bus 0900hrs, then every hour at 58 minutes past the hour starting at 0958hrs. Last bus 1758hrs.

The route now goes around South Road.

Click Here For Timetable

Defibrillator Is Here

Located Worlebury Golf Club, on external wall of Pro Shop to right of main entrance.


Report crime and incidents online - Report crime »

Birnbeck Pier, Weston-super-Mare
Worlebury Sunset

Residents' Association

'committed to the community'

Worlebury Woods

The Worlebury Residents' Association is established to promote and enhance the character and environment of the Worlebury area for the benefit and enjoyment of its residents and visitors.

Read more »

Neighbourhood Watch

'a safer community'

Logo of Neighbourhood Watch

Neighbourhood Watch started in this country in 1982. It is the largest voluntary group in the country. The schemes play a vital role in preventing crime and improving the community.

Read more »

KWJ Associates

'supporting the community'

KWJ Associates - Worlebury

Located in Worlebury, Weston-super-Mare KWJ Associates are a computer repair and website design company. We support the Worlebury Residents' Association together with sponsors of the Association.

Read more »