Free online training and resources for anyone experiencing financial difficulties 

North Somerset Money Counts information, including a link which takes you to a You Tube training video.

There’s also a ‘Worrying about money’ leaflet alongside the training video:

The Food Aid Network have some useful resources and training materials:


Notice of intent for temporary closure of The Breaches

Please find below the notice of intent for the temporary closure of The Breaches.

Please could any comments regarding this closure be returned within 2 weeks.


Village Groups Project

The Community Foundation are compiling resources listing ALL Pill & Easton-in-Gordano community groups and activities!

Are you part of a community group in the village?

We’d love to help you to promote your activities and attract new members and volunteers.

We will have an updateable online resource and a booklet, which will be delivered door to door.

We hope to reach EVERYONE in the village to encourage new connections.

Please visit the page below to give us your details:

(paper forms also available at the Resource Centre)



Redwood Neighbourhood Policing Team Christmas Newsletter


Cost of Living advice event

If you would like to see an event like this in Pill, please say so.  If there seems to be a lot of interest, we’ll put pressure on NSC to organise one here.


Warm Places for all to use this winter

Pill and Easton-in-Gordano – Schedule

MondayChristchurch 9.00 – 1.00 Running from 7 Nov till 13 Feb excluding Dec 26 & Jan 2. Free tea, coffee, biscuits & activities
TuesdaySalvation Army 9.00 – 1.00Salvation Army 1.00 – 4.00From 15th November Refreshments available on a donation basis. Pre-school toys available, activities for adults e.g. board games.
TuesdayLibrary 9.30 – 12.30Library 1.30 – 5.00All year
WednesdayMethodist Church 09.30 – 1.00Methodist Church 1.00 – 3.00From 4 Nov Coffee, tea, biscuits; soup and bread at lunchtime on a donation basis Games & activities for children. A listening ear if you want someone to share problems with.
Friday St George’s Church Hall 1.00 – 4.30From 11 Nov – 24 Feb, excluding 23 and 30 December. Free tea, coffee, biscuits and activities.
FridayLibrary 9.30 – 12.30Library 1.30 – 5.00All year
SaturdayLibrary 9.30 – 1.00 All year
SaturdaySalvation Army   3rd Saturday of each month Coffee morning – all welcome


  • All spaces will follow North Somerset Council guidelines on Covid-19.
  • Unaccompanied children (below 16) cannot use Warm Places.


Pill Library and Children’s Centre is a Public Living Room this winter. A warm welcome for all. Sit and stay throughout. Charge your phone or use a computer. Read a book, play cards, do a puzzle or colour. Space to work, study, or play board games. Signposting and support if you are struggling.  Pop in for more info when we’re open. Phone: 01934 426 070. email:

Regular events at the library:

  • Share a hot drink with Reading Friends on Tuesdays 10-11.
  • Rhymetime for little ones on Fridays 9.30-10 (you need to book).
  • Lego Club on Saturday mornings.

Happerton Lane Public Right of Way

Thank you to North Somerset Council who have put these steps in at Happerton Lane as part of the ROWIP (right of way improvement plan). Improving accessibility for all.

See the before and after photos below:




Nature recovery in our village

There are a large number of interconnected groups in the village working to improve our local environment for wildlife and to help the battle against the climate crisis.  This diagram is intended to show all these groups and how they link together.  In some cases there are the names of the people co-ordinating the group’s activities.


Community Oil Buying Scheme

WERN are able to offer those in our community aged 70+, free membership (normally £20pa) to their oil buying scheme.

Please find a flyer below that explains how the scheme works and how you can join.


Rights of way – have your say!

North Somerset Council is looking for views on how to improve the area’s Public Rights of Way network in a consultation that opened at noon today (Monday 22 August).

Public Rights of Way (PRoW) provide people with permission to access land, allowing them to pass along routes whenever they choose. All PRoW can be walked on, while some are also open to horseriders, cyclists or motorcyclists.

The current draft ten-year plan proposes five key objectives, to be delivered by 31 actions. People are invited to have their say on:

  • what their priorities are for the PRoW network,
  • what they would like from the service, and
  • how walking, equestrian and cycling opportunities for all can be improved.

The responses received from the consultation will help finalise an improvement plan to be considered by the Executive in December 2022.

Councillor Mike Solomon, North Somerset Council’s executive member for neighbourhoods and community services, said: “We want our Public Rights of Way network to be connected, accessible and well-maintained. It’s crucial that we plan to meet not only current but future needs of users. Public Rights of Way have so many benefits – they encourage engagement with the natural environment and promote health through exercise and leisure – and all while helping to reduce carbon emissions.

“I encourage people to get involved and tell us what they would like to see. Their views will really make a difference and help us to shape the way we deliver the service.”

To find out more and take part in the consultation by 2pm on Friday 7 October, visit:

To find out more about the PRoW network across North Somerset, visit:

During the seven-week consultation period, several engagement sessions are being held to get the views of town and parish councils. The council is also seeking feedback from organisations including The Ramblers’ Association, Bridleways and Access North Somerset, Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Sustrans.