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This view of 40 City traders, contained in a petition to the County Council, was read out at Wells City Council on Monday.

This view of 40 City traders, contained in a petition to the County Council, was read out at Wells City Council on Monday.

The petitioners from High Street. Queen Street, Broed Street and St. Cuthbert's Street claim the experiment wilt mean -erious inconvenience and loss of revenue and waste of time to concerned." Now the County are awaiting comments from the City Council who decided to debate the i
July 9, 1965 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
COME and DANCE to the Beavers BARTON ST. DAVID VILLAGE BALL FRIDAY. JULY p.m —I a... Admission • car Queen

COME and DANCE to the Beavers BARTON ST. DAVID VILLAGE BALL FRIDAY. JULY p.m —I a... Admission • car Queen

be chines dribs Resists adrnisson reserved
July 9, 1965 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
SATURDAY. JULY IRA AXBRIDGE PARISH CHURCH GARDEN FETE (Reeler : Rey. K. Pally). at THE COURT. AXBRIME (by ot Col.

SATURDAY. JULY IRA AXBRIDGE PARISH CHURCH GARDEN FETE (Reeler : Rey. K. Pally). at THE COURT. AXBRIME (by ot Col.

& Mrs. Bartholomew) To be opened at 2.M p m by Teleyrnon Announcer. SALIN ALFORD DISPLAYS by : Tile Wintberire Sebsel al Wentesi•seper.Mare P.E 5t plea MINIM Selma' Mad per =Yoko Readimaarn ; by Tomb Club. STALLS. COMPETITIONS CHILDREN'S FANCY DRESS TEAS - LONG ALLEY SKITTLES as
July 9, 1965 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
SHEPTON MALLET AMATEUR SWIMMING CLUB

SHEPTON MALLET AMATEUR SWIMMING CLUB

July 9, 1965 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
DOOR FORCED

DOOR FORCED

In relation to the second charge, involving Atkinson. Roper and Hodges in the theft from the Wells Golf Club, Inspector Buttle said that when they were taken into custody for the other offence they admitted this offence. Mr. A. Laws. the Secrciars ssould !lase said that at 9.30
July 9, 1965 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
Mr. J. Hewish

Mr. J. Hewish

A well-known businessman in Rodney Stoke. Mr. Jack Hewish, who died on Saturday, was buried at Rodney Stoke Parish Churchyard on Wednesday. Mr. Hewish, who was a widower leaves five married children, three daughters and two sons. Mr. Hewish kept the Rodney Stoke Garage for many
July 9, 1965 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
WE DEFY TOMORROW

WE DEFY TOMORROW

July 9, 1965 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
RAISING THE ROOF

RAISING THE ROOF

WELLS City Council are to fritter away nearly £5OO of the ratepayers' money on putting a new roof on the city's Number One white elephant—the bandstand in the Recreation Ground. A less essential item of expenditure would be difficult to find. The bandstand. built to commemorate
July 9, 1965 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
GRASS KEEP

GRASS KEEP

July 9, 1965 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
EDUCATION

EDUCATION

SCHOOL MEALS SERVICE COOK SUPERVISOR is required for the C.inteen of the Oakfield Second. ary School. Frome. ApPmximately 250 meals per day are served A knowledge of large-scale catering and ability to control staff is essential Salary £351 Os per annum. Application forms. which
July 9, 1965 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England