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Bus Service From 29 May 2018

Bus Timetable from 25 April 2018

Service 106.

The bus leaves the town on the hour. 0900, 1000, 1100, 1300, 1400, 1500, 1600 and 1700hrs.

First bus from Worlebury is 0925hrs, then 1025, 1125, 1325, 1425, 1525 and 1625hrs.

The route now goes around South Road.

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WsM Sea Angling Association - Jack Reynolds

Jack Reynolds From Worlebury

Elite sea angler Jack Reynolds of Worlebury took the short trip to the Weston beach for the Weston-super-Mare Sea Angling Association (WsMSAA), Spring Open match.

The 11-year-old won the longest fish in his zone, with a flounder, coming away with a cash prize of One hundred and fifty pounds. Quite an achievement considering the adult anglers that he was up against.

Jack was using a Zziplex Match Pro sea fishing rod with an Infinity 8000 reel. The reel was sponsored by Michael Busby of Weston-super-Mare. Earlier in the day Jack had dug his own lug worm bait to use in the competition.

In the past few weeks he has been joint first in a senior mid-week match at Sand Bay and at Easter he won the junior match at Weston. Both of these events were organised by WsMSAA.

He is already the holder of the Avery Boyce Memorial Trophy and the Juniors Annual Festival Cup. These trophies were won at the Weymouth Angling Society and Weymouth & Portland Borough Council Sea Angling Festivals.

When asked what he put his success down to, he said: "Using the right bait and the right rigs."

He is a Year 7 pupil at Worle Community School in Weston-super-Mare and a member of Bristol Channel Fishing - Supporting Angling Communities, where he takes part in match fishing for Channel Anglers.

Jack is sponsored by both Veals Fishing Tackle, Bristol and Baytree Road Garage, Weston-super-Mare.

Village Emergency Telephone System (VETS)

It appears that there are many blank faces when residents are asked what is the VETS number.

If you need help:

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

Please enter 01934 442 911 on to your phone. It could save a life - possibly yours.

Centre of Excellence - English RFU - Katie Reynolds

Katie Reynolds From Worlebury - Third from left.

Four Weston Hornettes players have been selected for the U18 Centre of Excellence programme with the English RFU. They are one step further along the England Pathway.

All of those selected have represented Somerset U18 Girls and are undefeated this season at county level. The players are Eleanor Febrey, Amy Coles, Katie Reynolds and Natasha Foley.

Following a review of the Junior Academy programme in 2017, England Rugby and the new Tyrrells Premier 15s (TP15s) launched the U18 Centre of Excellence (CoE) programme in 2018 which will be delivered collaboratively out of the TP15s clubs. Tyrrells Premier 15s is the elite Women's rugby competition in England.

The CoE's are designed to develop players on an individual basis in a training environment. Now the hard work begins. They must use this training environment to continue to work hard and develop themselves as players and individuals - 'Better is always possible'.

Their development and performances will be continued to be monitored throughout the CoE programme, as will their attendance, adherence and how they engage and uphold the core values of the Centre of Excellence and of the wider Performance Pathway. Team First; Excellence; Respect; Discipline.

Amy is a student at Weston College, Natasha - Backwell 6th Form and Eleanor Hartpury College.

Katie is a Year 11 pupil at Worle Community School in Weston-super-Mare where she has played football, hockey and rugby with distinction. She has been awarded the girls' sports trophy.

Cliff Road - Dog Fouling

Residents in Cliff Road are making concerted efforts to identify the dog and owner that keeps fouling the pavement in Cliff Road.

This occurs in Cliff Road from the post box along the flat and up the hill. From the evidence it is a larger size of dog.

Householders are now ready with cameras to take pictures of the offending animal and owner.

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

Defibrillator Is Here

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


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