WsM Sea Angling Association – Jack Reynolds

Jack in the money…

Elite sea angler Jack Reynolds of Worlebury took the short trip to the Weston beach for the Weston-super-Mare Sea Angling Association (WsMSAA), Spring Open match.

The 11-year-old won the longest fish in his zone, with a flounder, coming away with a cash prize of One hundred and fifty pounds. Quite an achievement considering the adult anglers that he was up against.

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Baytree Road Garage

Baytree Road Garage, Weston-super-Mare

A small business with a big reputation…

On 15 May 1915 the Hunt family of Congresbury welcomed a new daughter into the family. Irene May Hunt was born. Her father was Edward Hunt a quarry man, her mother was Amy Hunt.

Several years later on 15 January 1919, Herbert and Annie Bray of Bath added another member to their family. Frederick Claud Bray was born.

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Centre of Excellence – English RFU – Katie Reynolds

Eleanor Febrey, Amy Coles, Katie Reynolds, Natasha Foley

Hornettes girls selected for Centre of Excellence…

Four Weston Hornettes players have been selected for the U18 Centre of Excellence programme with the English RFU. They are one step further along the England Pathway.

All of those selected have represented Somerset U18 Girls and are undefeated this season at county level. The players are Amy Coles, Katie Reynolds, Natasha Foley and Eleanor Febrey.

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Somerset RFU – Katie Reynolds v Cornwall

Katie Reynolds

Katie Reynolds

Hornettes girls playing for Somerset U18…

In the second match of this seasons South West Divisional Rugby Championship U18 Girls, four Hornettes players were selected in the team to represent Somerset. Amy Coles fullback, Eleanor Febrey at hooker, Natasha Foley second row and Katie Reynolds at flanker.

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Somerset RFU – Katie Reynolds v Dorset & Wilts

Eleanor, Amy, Katie, Natasha and Isabella

Hornettes make up a third of Somerset team…

In the first match of this seasons South West Divisional Rugby Championship U18 Girls, five Hornettes players were selected in the team to represent Somerset. Amy Coles in the centre, Katie Reynolds at flanker, Natasha Foley No 8, Eleanor Febrey at prop and Isabella Parselle on the wing.

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Weymouth Angling Festival – Jack Reynolds

Jack scoops senior trophy…

Elite sea angler Jack Reynolds of Worlebury travelled down to Weymouth to take part in the Weymouth Angling Society and Weymouth & Portland Borough Council Sea Angling Festivals 2017. The event held over two days attracted anglers from across the country.

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South West Rugby – Katie Reynolds v North

Hornettes captain leads South West…

In the final regional match of the season Worle Community School year 10 pupil Katie Reynolds completed the treble by captaining the South West of England Under 15 rugby team in all of their matches this season. The match against the North was played at Birmingham Exiles RFC in Solihull. Hornettes Captain and Somerset player Katie led the team out and played in her club position of No 8.

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South West Rugby – Katie Reynolds v South East

Elite athlete Katie leads the team…

Captain of the Hornettes Girls Under 15, Katie Reynolds again captained the South West Under 15 rugby team in the second match of the regional series. Following a fine win against the Midlands, the second match was against the South East. The match was played at Birmingham Exiles RFC in Solihull. Elite athlete Katie led the team out and played in her club position of No 8.

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South West Rugby – Katie Reynolds

Katie captains South West team, playing at No 8…

Worlebury resident and captain of the successful Hornettes Girls Under 15, Katie Reynolds played for the South West in their match against the Midlands. The match was played at Birmingham Exiles RFC in Solihull. Katie playing at no 8 captained the side who played open and flowing rugby, which ended in a fine win.

South West Rugby - Katie Reynolds

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Village Emergency Telephone System

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Ring VETS on 01934 442 911

Ring 999 first to call for an ambulance…

Worlebury Residents’ Association has introduced the Village Emergency Telephone System (VETS) in Worlebury, North Somerset. The system complements the installation of the defibrillator, which is situated at Worlebury Golf Club.

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