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Disclaimer: The Crewkerne Flyer is published by Viney Bridge Publications, The Old Textile Mill, South Street, Crewkerne, TA18 8AG. Whilst every effort is made to ensure accuracy, no liability is accepted by the publishers for inaccuracies or omissions in the content of The Crewkerne Flyer. This publication is distributed free of charge in the TA13, TA14,TA15, TA16, TA17 and TA18 postcodes. If you would like your own free copy, please contact the publishers at the above address.

 
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Copyright: The Crewkerne Flyer 2019.

THE OLD TEXTILE MILL | SOUTH STREET | CREWKERNE | SOMERSET | TA18 8AG

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The Crewkerne Flyer has been so well received in Crewkerne and The Hamstone Villages – just read the testimonials on the moving banner below.

 

Our Winter 2019 edition features farm shops offering cider, turkeys, beetroot juice (really) and organic milk. A review of the markets held in Crewkerne every month. Some photos of 'old Crewkerne' courtesy of David Bryant and FilmCrew’s programme of screenings through to January 2020.

 

Thank you all for your support and positive feedback.

 

Please get in touch for our Spring 2019 edition:

crewkerne@theantiquestourist.com

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NOT IN CREWKERNE OR ONE OF THE HAMSTONE VILLAGES? - WONDERING WHERE TO FIND YOUR COPY OF THE CREWKERNE FLYER?

 

We have stands in and around Crewkerne, Merriott,

South Petherton, Stoke and Montacute.

 

CREWKERNE: Local Information Centre, Museum & Heritage Centre, Aquacentre, Warners at Cricket St Thomas and Haselbury Mill.

MERRIOTT: The Co-Op and Broadway Filling Station.

HINTON ST. GEORGE: Dorothy's Tearoom.

SOUTH PETHERTON: The Post Office, The Co-Op and The Delicatessen. STOKE sub HAMDON: The Co-Op.

MONTACUTE: The Kings Arms and Montacute Service Station.

 

And of course, every advertiser!

I am delighted that there is now a proper publication for the area, and felt it read very well."

Louise Brooks