Weekly club meeting are held at our headquarters in the Sedgemoor Inn, if you are interested in joining please contact us or come along on a Sunday evening and meet up with us before our meeting at 7:30p

Mayday Fete this year will be on the 7th May 2018, please book early if you would like a pitch at the car boot.

Westonzoyland Carnival Club

Mayday Fete Success 2011

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On the 2nd May 2011 Westonzoyland Carnival Club organised the Village Mayday Fete. With 20 car-boots, 15 trade stalls, 30 Vintages vehicles, the local Emerge dance troop and many other activities the day was a great success.

The Fete was opened at 12:00 by the Mayday King and Queen cutting the ceremonial ribbon. The arrived at the fete with their assistants in Roger Mackey's 1956 Armstrong Siddeley.

Fete opening

This year's Mayday King and Queen were Steven and Lauren and their attendants were Hayden and Jessica all from Westonzoyland Junior school.

Last Updated on Friday, 06 May 2011 11:48


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Tim and Steve would like to say a BIG thank-you to all those who supported their walk from Lands End to Westonzoyland. It truley was a magnificent effort that was only made possible by the club members and non-members who gave of their time and effort to prepare, support and encourage them along the way. A special thank-you to their wives Tracy and Ruth and to the support drivers Trevor, Roy and Andrew

Sadly Steve had to pull out of the last day due to a tissue infection in his legs, but once recovered he has vowed to complete the last days walk.

Thank-you to all from the King Alfred Pub at Burrowbrigde for creating a wonderful reception committee and especially to all at the Sedgemoor Inn for the welcome party.

If you'd like to sponsor us you can do that through Paypal all donations are going toward club funds ready for Novembers Carnival season.

Tim and Dad
Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 May 2011 08:29

Walk Update Day 3

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Today we start at 6:00AM on our 47 milw walk to Cadburry on the A377. If you'd like to sponsor us you can do that through Paypal all donations are going toward club funds ready for Novembers Carnival season.

2120: Finally arrived at Ray's daughter, one more night in a caravan and we'll be on our way home. Only completed 38 miles today so there is a bit of work to do tomorrow.

1850: Still 5.4 miles to Crediton.

1725: 27.9 miles, another marathon completed and e're just outside BOW. We keep hearing the rumblings of thunder in the distance, let's just hope the rain stays away, but literally as I am writing this I can hear the pitter patter of rain on the Land Rover roof.

1637: 25.6 miles completed and it's still raining.

1605: Wow what a storm, the thunder and lightning is magnificent, as long as you are not walking in it that is. The rain is really heavy now and the guys are getting very wet

1540: Heading up to Crediton and we've just been caught in a big hail shower with thunder and lighting. Just had a visit from Ruth and Tracy with with some very welcome sandwiches, even some Gluten free ones! Thank-you ladies :-)

1410: Oakhampton and 20.4 mile behind us we head up to Crediton. The rain has stopped but it's still overcast. Tim just before the rain

1334: Down the hill into Oakhampton 18.9 miles and the rain is starting to come down.

1315: Off the A30 now onto the B368 up towards Oakhampton, we've only covered 17 miles so far, 30 more to do today.

1227: Just about to leave the A30 for some back roads, the guys won't be sad to see the back of that road..

1140: It's been a LONG drag up the hill to Sourton Down but we are now at the top.Steve at the top of the hill

1050: We're still going up hill, which is great for Steve's aching shins and the sun is finally out.

1010: 7.9 miles completed today and the hill in front of us looks long an steep. Andy & Roy in the Land Rover

0920: The wind has dropped off a little now and it has brightened up.

0800: Finally met up with the the guys and Trevor. Steve and Tim are looking a little tired, but we're confident once they get moving things will loosen up. We manged to pack all the stuff into the Land Rover and now wished we'd brought the trailer! It's cold at the moment and there is a fair bit of wind. Tim and Steve

0600: Time to be on our way.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 May 2011 08:16

Walk Update Day 4

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Our final day and a 36 mile walk to the Sedgemoor Inn Westonzoyland. If you'd like to sponsor us you can do that through Paypal all donations are going toward club funds ready for Novembers Carnival season.

2110: We finally made it, 161 miles of hard slog. We had a wonderful welcome at the King Alfred at Burrowbridge then as we came into Westonzoyland villagers came out to line the road up to the pub. Well done to everyone involved, a truly wonderful effort.

1739: Leaving Taunton we head out through Bathpool and a decision stairs us in the face: Burrowbridge or North Petherton? Stay tuned.....

1413: The sun just can't decide what to do, but Tim knows axactly what he's doing. Tracy and Maththew popped out with some sandwiches which were very welcome adn we even had some road side support, THANK-YOU. Support

1413: Just approaching Wellington, the sun came out for a while but has gone in again although it is still bright. Tim's ankle is starting to give some concern.

1331: Back onto the A38 now, 24 miles to go.Man Machine Tim

1137: Taking the back roads which are very picturesque.

1118: Just crossed over the A38, 15.5 mile complete, 31 to go. Man Machine Tim

1035: Through Tiverton now.

0955: Making good progress on our last day, 10 mile in just over two hours, almost at Tiverton.

0728: Heading up the hill out of Crediton now. There are 40 mile to do today, the weather is dry and fresh

0645: Time to be on our way.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 May 2011 08:15

Walk Update Day 2

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Our aim today is to walk the 45 miles to Liftondown on the A30. Check the map below to find out where we are, we'll update our status as often as we can. If you'd like to sponsor us you can do that through Paypal all donations are going toward club funds ready for Novembers Carnival season.

2020: The guys have finished their 3rd marathon in two days and have just 3 mile left to make camp for the morning.

1415: Crossing Bodmin Moor, the scenery is fantastic and so far no sign of the beast.

1630: Just north of Bodmin now with 24 miles under there belts, 12 more to do today.

1140: The guys have now completed their second marathon, 52 miles completed. Steve now also has blisters.

0915: A quick update from the guys and all is going well, but Tim has his first blister.

0600: A quick breakfast and we are off....

Last Updated on Saturday, 30 April 2011 08:27

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