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Community Events in and around the area

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All Saints Community Group

We would like to introduce ourselves and share with you of some of the events we hold throughout the year.
Our aim is to provide community support through our busy weekly coffee mornings, monthly cake sale, as well as a variety of evening events including our much talked about St George’s meal, Music and Dance nights and of course our glorious Spring and Christmas Fayres.

To find out more about forthcoming events and to be added to our mailing list to receive monthly flyers please email:
[email protected]

East Huntspill Monthly Saturday Cake Sale

All Saints Church Hall is a hive of activity on the third Saturday of each month from 10:30 – 11.30 am.
A chance to buy delicious cake or two…the perfect weekend treat!.




All Saints Church Hall

Did you know that you can hire East Huntspill Church Hall for £22 per session? This includes heating and use of the kitchen. Ideal for children’s parties, family gatherings and other social events. Regular users £15 per session.

To book or for further details please contact Ruth Edwards  01278 784329  [email protected]

The Wider Community

Friends of St Peter and All Hallows West Huntspill

The Friends is a secular group of people who care about the future of the Church of St Peter and All Hallows in the Somerset village of West Huntspill. We are not part of the Church but value it as a historic building and community resource.
Our purpose is to involve the wider community in supporting the PCC in conserving the fabric of the Church building by raising funds through membership and by holding a variety of fund raising events.
Visit us at




St St Peter & All Hallows Pop Up Café.
Every Monday 10:30-12 Noon.
Free coffee, tea, cake and company!
(Warmer months, so please check first)



Coffee Morning at Mark, 10.45am. A free coffee morning in Mark Church which brings people from all over the village and beyond. A great opportunity to catch up with friends, find out what’s going on and enjoy a homemade cake or two!

Mark’s Fairtrade 

At all the churches we support and promote Fairtrade goods. A wide-range of goods are available after the service at Mark on the third Sunday of the month.fairtradelogowhite