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Dog Control: Local police have reported increasing incidents of sheep worrying in the area. It is an offence to allow a dog to chase livestock because apart from being distressing and frightening for the animals it can lead to their death or for them to lose young. Dog owners are urged to ensure their pets are kept under control.
Women’s Institute: Members of Southerndown WI have planted a shrub near the War Memorial in St Brides Major to mark their 70th anniversary.
All Saints Church: Holy Eucharist at 8.30am on the second Sunday of the month. The Sunday afternoon/evening Holy Eucharist and Evensong Services have now changed to every Wednesday and will be held at 3pm.
Remembrance Sunday: Wooden Poppy crosses can now be put around the War Memorial in St Brides ahead of Remembrance Sunday, November 11. The clock on St Bridget’s Church Tower is a memorial to those who perished during World War I and was purchased in 1919 thanks to donations from the local community. The clock face was restored last year in readiness for the Remembrance Services to mark the centenary of the end of the conflict.
Coffee Morning: All welcome to come along to a coffee morning at 11am on Monday, November 12 in Ogmore Church, Ogmore-by-Sea, when the subject will be celebrating friendships.
Mothers Union: St Brides Major Branch meeting Getting Ready for Christmas fashion show with Samantha B at 7.30pm on Tuesday, November 13 in St Brides Major Church Hall.
Parish Event: Come and take part in a Great British Quiz with a Bangers and Mash supper at 7.30pm on Saturday, November 17.