3rd Annual CATCH Jumble Sale

It’s that time of year again … ...read the rest


Cale Kingfisher on Display

This weekend, our resident kingfisher in the Recreation Ground put in some noticeable appearances… ...read the rest


July kick sample results online

The kick sample results for July have now been added to the website.… ...read the rest


Litter picking and Balsam bashing a great success

The CATCH team were back in action on Sunday, clearing litter from in and around the river Cale … ...read the rest


Balsam Bashing again this weekend

It’s that time of year again, when the Sun is shining, birds are fledging, and Himalayan Balsam is starting to flower… ...read the rest


Hawker’s Bridge Weir now open to fish traffic!

CATCH were able to hail another significant step forward in the improvement of the Cale yesterday, with the opening of hatches on the Hawker’s Bridge weir… ...read the rest


Pushing on with Cale Park regeneration

Proposals for the regeneration of Cale Park will take a step forward in the next few months… ...read the rest


Sowing the Seeds of Remembrance

C.A.T.C.H., in conjunction with the town’s Recreation Ground working group are holding an event on Saturday 25th April from 10am at the town’s recreation ground to sow seeds for a Memorial Wildlife Meadow. The meadow is being created to serve as an area for all to visit, enjoy nature and also to remember all those who played a part in two World Wars. To that end, included in the wildflower seed mix will be Flanders poppies. The whole community is invited to this event, final soil preparation will commence at 10am and it is planned that the seeds will be ...read the rest


2015 Kick sampling begins

Today we publish the results of our first kick sample of 2015… ...read the rest


Cleaning up the Town

On the weekend of May 23/24, Wincanton Town Team are arranging a Spring Clean of the town… ...read the rest