What's on in Stoke

Stoke sub Hamdon WW2 Memories

The Stoke sub Hamdon History Group has put together recordings entitled Stoke sub Hamdon WW2 Memories. The recordings are presented as videos of which there are 16 in total and all available to watch here. To access the full playlist, click the playlist icon located in the top right of the video.





All households in Stoke have recently received several leaflets on Coronavirus (COVID-19). These describe what the virus is and how to comply with the Stay at Home requirement issued by the Government. Link to the latest one here.

NEED HELP? A NEW COMMUNITY HELP SCHEME HAS BEEN SET UP. This scheme run by volunteers from all organisations in Stoke can provide help for those of you not allowed to leave your house to shop, collect medication, walk the dog etc. Please call the Community Shop hub on 509100. Services are free. Leaflet here.

COUNCIL MEETINGS. Parish Council meetings take place on the first Wednesday of the month and are currently taking place online in the form of Zoom meetings. Click here for meeting minutes and click here for Zoom instructions.

MANY PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND OUTDOOR SPACES ARE NOW OPEN AGAIN. HCAP, Working Mens Club and all pubs are now OPEN with immediate effect. The play areas at Stonehill, the Memorial Hall Grounds and the equipment on the Recreation Ground ( MUGA and Skateboard Park) are also OPEN to all. Notices have been put up to advise of this.

SHOPS ARE NOW OPEN. Our Community Shop at the Cross (and the Co-op at East Stoke) remain open.


Info on debt recovery, loans and rate reliefs being offered by Government here, on the South Somerset District Council website here and Somerset County Council website here.

COVID-19 is a serious new illness that can affect your lungs and airways and can very easily be passed from one person to another. It is IMPORTANT that we ALL comply with Government healthcare guidance until we are advised otherwise.


  • Stay 2 metres (6ft) away from other people.
  • Outdoor exercise allowed including travel by vehicle to a location.
  • You can spread the virus even if you don’t have symptoms.
  • Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds with soap as often as you can each day. It will break down the virus molecule on your hands.
  • NHS info here.

Please Stay Safe and Well





We wanted to say a big “thank you” to the village now our project is finally getting started and we have our own place. We are just beginning the work to change the Methodist church into our very own Youth Centre. It’s going to be lots of hard work but really exciting!

Stoke is such a great place to live and grow up in, and we are very proud to be part of it. Thank you for making this happen!

Please take a look at our little film …

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