7.30-11pm (for Skittles)


Closed except for Bingo (1st Wed of month)


7.30-11pm (Skittles)


7.30-11pm (5pm on 1st Friday of the month)


Open every 3rd Saturday of the month



Please also check the club notice board and the calendar link for all current events:

The Bramble Bashers Charity Clay Shoot was held on 5th May.  As usual the event was very well attended and not only that, the weather was kind too!   The winner was A Moon who won a shoot-off after three top shots all scored 45 out of 50 on this very tricky contest.


Individual Shot: 1. A. Moon   2. J. Woodbridge  3. L. Dixon

Ladies High Gun: Carla Turner (20/50)

Junior: Finley Franks (9/50)

Veteran: J Woodbridge (45/50)

Team: The Muffeteers - M Howe, A. Moon, J. Claydon, J Woodbridge

Westcountry Affordable Art Fair was held on 2nd & 3rd June. A big variety of Westcountry born artists exhibited their fantastic paintings, sculpture and photography.

Ashcombe Village Club AGM was held on 4th June. Committee and officers were elected, accounts agreed and the charity cheques raised by the club totalling £10,000 were presented to various local and national charities representatives.

Ashcombe Village Fete and Country Show - was on 29th July.  Great traditional event with lots to do and be entertained by. Building on the tremendous success of the last few years, we staged an expanded show featuring the amazing Steam Horse Stunt Riders, lots of stalls, a Dog Show, Face Painting, 4×4 Ashombe Scuffle Trucks, Vintage Tractors, Live Music from Maddy and the Chaps, food and drink from stalls and the Club BBQ  cooking up some sizzling top quality local sausages and burgers.  A great success despite the rain!

The Village Olympics - 26th August.  Bank Holiday Weekend fun as local villages battle it out with silly games and fun races.  Please come along to support that event, or better yet… take part in it!

The Ashcombe Horse & Dog Show - 16th September.  Classes for all types and abilities:

RING 1- Ridden

1 Best Turned Out

2 Open Lead Rein

3 Open First Ridden (cantering optional)

4 Best Combination - any age, height, lead reins permitted

5 Best Novice- not to have won a 1st previously

6 Show Hunter Pony - not exceeding 15 HH

7 Best Hunter exceeding 15 HH

8 Best Coloured, Spotted, Dun or Palomino

9 Best family horse/pony

10 Mountain and Moorland registered and unregistered

11 Best Cob

12 Best Foreign Breed

13 Best Veteran 15 yrs and over


RING 2- In Hand

14 Best 1,2,3 yr old

15 Best Coloured, Spotted, Dun or Palomino

16 Best Cob

17 Mountain and Moorland - registered and unregistered

18 Best Veteran 15yrs and over

19 Best Child handler 16yrs and under ( ALL handlers MUST wear a riding hat)

20 Best Thelwell

21 Riding Horse, Hunter or Hack

22 Best Foreign Breed


FUN CLASSES - in first available ring

23 Prettiest Mare

24 Most Handsome Gelding

25 Most Appealing Eyes

26 Best Tail

27 Hairiest Pony

28 Biggest Ears

29 Cheekiest Pony

30 Horse/pony judge would most like to take home

31 Horse/pony with the best trick

32 Fancy Dress (prize for the most original outfit)


The Harvest Supper - 20th October.  The Traditional thanksgiving dinner for the Harvest Home.

Harvest 2011

Halloween Disco Party 27th October.  Fancy Dress with prizes for best costumes including best parent and child combination! Entry is free.

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