Uphill Annual Village Meeting


The annual village meeting for Uphill takes place on Tuesday 16 May 2017 at 7.30pm in the main hall of the Uphill Victory Hall in Westfield Road. It will also be the occasion of the annual general meeting of the Uphill Village Society when the Trustees and Committee of the charity will be elected for the forthcoming year.
The opportunity will be taken to review the past 12 months in the life of the village and look forward to forthcoming events as well as review issues effecting the village and residents.

Special guest speaker will be Councillor John Crockford-Hawley, immediate past Chair of North Somerset Council and former Mayor. As a well known and respected local historian he is sure to provide those attending with a fascinating insight on all things Uphill, past present and no doubt future without even a mention of the general election!
All residents of the village and members of the Uphill Village Society are welcome to attend and refreshments will be provided.

Click here for more details AGM 2017

AGENDA UVS AGM Agenda 2017

The evening will also include the Annual General meeting of the Village Society and the election of  Trustees and General Committee fore the charity for the forthcoming year.

Download Trustee nomination form here UVS – Committee Nomination Form

Also available to download summary financial accounts for the past year Year end accounts 311216

open gardens

Calling All Uphill Gardeners


If you have a lovely garden which others would enjoy please think about opening it to raise funds for Weston Hospicecare.
You don’t need a garden worthy of a gold medal at Chelsea – gardens of all sizes and styles are what we need. If your garden is attractive and made special by your hard work, love and care we would like to hear from you! You’ll get lots of support from the Fundraising Team so please give us a call on 01934 423927 to find out more

New Book: Uphill Remembers the Great Flood of 1981



The highest tidal levels in the last century were recorded on 13 December 1981 along the Somerset and Avon coastline. A high spring tide of 7.95m AOD (above Ordnance datum) was recorded at Bridgwater with a 1.45m surge. The predicted tide had been 6.5m AOD with a 0.38m surge. At Weston-super-Mare and Avonmouth, the predicted tides were 7.2m AOD. The actual tides recorded were 8.10m AOD at Weston-super-Mare and 8.83m AOD at Avonmouth, with a 1.7m surge. The tides combined with storm force westerly winds – gale force 8 to 10, up to 50 knots.

The children of years 5 and 6 at Uphill Community Primary School in Uphill village, Weston-super-Mare investigated the causes and effect of the 1981 flood in the village.

With help from Uphill Village Society the school has published a selection of articles and photographs from their project provides a memory of that devastating event.

Available at Uphill News or direct from the school at a cost of only £1.

Uphill 2017 / 2018 Calendar

Following the success of the 2017 calendar sales (over 200) the Village Society is now looking for photographs to showcase the village in the 2018 edition.

Possible photographs for inclusion should be sent in high resolution format to society@uphillvillage.org.uk.

SC 2017

The 10th Great Uphill Scarecrow Festival 2017

The Great Uphill Scarecrow Festival returns for its tenth glorious year over the weekend of
Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th September.

This years theme “Telly Addicts” – your favourite character from television past and present. Any period, any genre.




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