Widcombe Social Club

The WSC has been an important part of the area’s heritage since it’s inception in 1899 – originally found at 25 Claverton Buildings on Widcombe’s high-street as the ‘Widcombe Workmen’s Club’, it officially became ‘Widcombe Social Club’ after moving to its new and current premises in 1970. After a multi-million pound redevelopment deal was completed in…

Royal Oak

Simon Wynne, with partner Tracey and young daughter Alexandra, returned in the summer of 2018, as landlord of the Royal Oak in Pultney Road.  Simon has lived in Widcombe all of his life.  He went to the Junior School and has been a publican in Widcombe for over 25 years. A traditional pub, with good…

Widcombe Deli

Since opening Widcombe Deli in January 2017, Nicky and Jon Ison have received a very warm reception and now have a whole host of loyal regular customers. The couple pride themselves on independence – everything is home-baked from local produce, plus they have their own brand of coffee, j.j beano’s. Deliciously Charming – Happily Independent…

Talking Points – January 2019

Please find below the main talking points from our main committee meeting on 5th January 2019 Dear Widcombe Association Member Membership  2019 membership cards are currently being delivered. You should get yours through the letter box anytime now. Do drop me an email if one doesn’t come in the next week or so and I’ll…

Widcombe New Year 2019

Happy New Year Mummers welcome in 2019 in traditional style The mummers performed their new play three times on New Year’s Day with the usual traditions at Widcombe Manor, Prior Park Graden Centre and at the end of Widcombe Parade.  Good crowds turned out to hear about the Toxic Knight (objecting to the Clear Air Zone…