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Doynton History New documents related to the history of Doynton have recently been added to the village website on the History page. These include re-edited versions of the late Richard Kent’s booklets first published in the late 1980s/early 1990s: Doynton and its Post Office; Doynton and its Sinners; Doynton and its Saints; Doynton and the People In-between; Doynton at Work and Play. The previous versions have received over 8,800 views to date. There is also a History of Tracy Park (again by Richard Kent), first published in 1969. David Vaudrey authored two more recent documents which have now be re-edited and digitised: one on the Davy Hatchment in Holy Trinity Church (originally produced in 2006); and another on the Millennium Stone (from 2000). Finally, a series of pen and ink drawings of the village in the 1990s by Peter Rubery have been digitised and added. If you have any suggestions for further documents that could be digitised for the website, please email doyntonvillage@live.co.uk . Ron Ritchie & Frances Lindsey-Clark.

Doynton Village Market Despite the new lockdown restrictions the market is still on!  The next market will be on Saturday 6th Feb at 10:00am. As always we take orders for Meat/Eggs/Cakes, and all other goods sold, so if you are worried about coming to shop, place your order through Elisabeth Crew (0117 937 3168), and it should be ready for you to pick up from our 'Order table' between 10:00 and 11:00, or by prior arrangement.

Doynton Food Bank Thank you all for your continued support for North Bristol Foodbank. It is looking like a tough winter for many families, as people exhaust their savings and jobs are cut. According to the Trussell Trust, foodbanks are expecting to give out a food parcel every 9 seconds over the winter. Please put whatever items you can spare in the collection boxes (Doynton village and North Bristol) in Doynton church porch. To avoid food waste, items that have remained uncollected in the Doynton box for several weeks will be passed on to North Bristol Foodbank. Thank you!

Sheep! Did you see the flock of sheep coming through the village just before Christmas. Click here for a great picture taken by Julie Young.

Useful Links:
Overview of COVID-19 – All the latest government advice including how to book a vaccination if you have been invited.
How to get medical help - click NHS 111
South Gloucestershire Council’s COVID-19 information page.
Disruption to South Glos Services: Please click here for the latest information.
Changes to Waste Collection services can be seen here.
Changes to the local police services can be seen here.
Changes to the local bus services can be seen here or call 0871 200 2233.

The Doynton Mutual Aid Group have issued this poster detailing where you can get all sorts of help.  Email doyntonvillage@live.co.uk to join the whatsapp group to keep informed of local information and to get access to help within the village.

Doynton Map: below is an embedded link to google maps. If you want to see a street view of the village then click on 'View Larger Map' and then drag the little yellow pegman onto the place you want to see.  You can drag the image around and see a 360 degree view of anywhere in the village.


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