Uphill Family Fun Weekend – 7 & 8 July

All the events of the annual Uphill family Fun weekend return over 7th and 8th July.


Saturday see the school and village fete taking place in the school grounds. All the fun of a true village fete. Join in, have fun and help both the school and the village with their major fun raising event of the year.

On Sunday the Great Uphill Charity Duck Race takes place in aid of Children’s Hospice South West. No better event to take part in and help raise money for such a good cause. Duck available to sponsor locally and at the fete.

And after all the fun and fundraising relax and enjoy yourself with a bit of sandcastle building on Uphill Beach an the opportunity to take part in our Sandcastle Festival. bring a picnic of BBQ. Weston bay Yacht Club will be opening their clubhouse for refreshments.

Uphill Annual Village Meeting – 15 May 2018

The Annual Village Meeting for Uphill takes place on Tuesday 15 May commencing at 7.30pm in the Main Hall of the Uphill Village Victory Hall.
There will be a review of the past years activities in the village and a look at the year ahead with a chance of those attending to raise questions of the Uphill Village Society on any points of concern and explore way in which it can be helped in its work of protecting, preserving and enhance the village for the purpose of Keeping The Village In Uphill.
The evening with start with various presentations including from the Primary School on its Plant to Plate project and help that can be given to it. ……..

The evening will conclude with the Annual general meeting of the Village society including the election of the charities Trustees for the forthcoming year. Nominations forms for the election of Officers, trustees or Committee members can be downloaded from www.uphillvillage.org.uk or by request from the secretary (contact details on page 3) and should be submitted to the secretary by 25th April.

Download nomination form UVS – Committee Nomination Form 2018

All residents and members of the Society are encouraged to attend this important meeting.

Uphill Village Defibrillator Scheme Training


Sudden Cardiac Arrest happens around 140,000 times a year in the UK, making it one of the UK’s largest killers – equivalent to a jumbo jet crashing every day! The potential for saving a life is dependent upon time, the faster medical help can be attained, the better the chance of survival. Clinical studies suggest you have less than 5 minutes from the event to save the life, this decreasing by up to 23% per minute. In rural areas it takes time to get medical help, so Community Public Access Defibrillators (cPAD) have a very important part to play in helping save lives in rural communities. cPAD schemes are reckoned to be about 10x more effective in saving life post hospital than other community schemes alone

Uphill Village Society were recently pleased to announce that three defibrillators have been installed within the village and are now ready for use in an emergency located outside of the public toilets on Links Rd, the Uphill Methodist Church on Uphill Road South and the Victory Hall in Westfield Road.

The Community Heartbeat Trust  will demonstrate the use of defibrillators and explaining how the equipment works and its benefits to the community in saving precious minutes in the treatment of sudden cardiac arrest  at the second of three awareness training sessions to be held on Tuesday 12 July at Uphill Primary School hall..Other dates will be arranged so keep checking for details

The more people that know how to use the portable defibrillator installed in our community, the more chance there is of saving the life of a victim of Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Everybody is welcome, and no special skills are required, just your willingness to play an important role in the event of a medical emergency

The equipment has been supplied by Uphill Village Society with the aid of National Lottery Funding and will be managed by the Uphill Village Society in partnership with the Community HeartBeat Trust.

The Uphill Village Society would like to thank Uphill Methodist Church, Uphill Village Victory Hall and Weston super Mare Town Council for giving permission for the cabinets to be attached to their buildings.

For more information contact secretary@uphillvillage.org.uk telephone 01934 628373


Uphill Tidal Trail – Important Information

The following important information is supplied by North Somerset Council:

The recent improvements to the path along Uphill Tidal Trail have been completed as part of the extension of route 33 of the National Cycle Track, this permissive section of the route uses the footpath along the trail to join the road free sections for a pleasure route between Weston super Mare and Brean.
The development of this section of the track has been a joint venture between North Somerset Council, Greenways and Cycleroutes limited, in consultation with Natural England and the Uphill village Society. The path has already proved to be very popular!
The route takes visitors through part of Uphill Nature Reserve, managed by North Somerset Council, and Walborough Nature Reserve, managed by Avon Wildlife Trust. Both of whom are delighted with the improvements to the site and pleased that so many new people are now taking the opportunity to enjoy these sites.
Uphill Hill and Walborough are beautiful sites which are nationally important for their associated wildlife and plants. Both are designated Sites of Scientific Interest for their calcareous grassland and Carboniferous Limestone, and we both work closely with Natural England to ensure the sites are preserved and managed correctly and sensitively. This also means that both sites are grazed throughout the year. Uphill Hill is also a Green Flag site which is a mark excellence for well managed open spaces.
As part of this section of route 33’s development permissive cycling status was granted to the existing footpath. As such we ask cyclists to take extreme care when travelling through and remember this section is a footpath first and foremost. Many people already enjoy the area for its stunning views and wildlife/plants and as such the path will often have a high number of other users, including dogs and children and cattle! We ask that cyclists approach slowly and be respectful of other users. Taking into account the important grassland we ask cyclists stay to the track only and do not cut across the grass where there is no vehicle access.
Taking into consideration that these sites are grazed throughout the year there are gates through the site to protect areas of the site from the cattle and more importantly keep the cattle safely within the areas that they need to graze. Please ensure that all gates are left shut correctly after use and if you are using a mobility scooter and have taken advantage of the RADAR locks these are always left locked and secure after use.
Thank you for your consideration and we hope you continue to enjoy the sites! If you have any questions please not hesitate to contact NSC on 01934 888 802

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