At Axbridge Action Group’s AGM held in the Lamb Inn on Monday, February 6th, 2023, committee members of the annual charity progressive supper applied to join the action group and were accepted.

The action group has been going for around 20 years and is an umbrella and coordinating group for the Heritage Trail, the Streets of Axbridge and the Axbridge Good Neighbourhours Scheme.

On the action group’s website they state: “The Axbridge Action Group (AAG) is an established group of local people who care passionately about Axbridge and what it means to our residents. We are looking for likeminded residents to join our group and get involved with helping to support ideas and projects that can improve our everyday life.”

The Progressive Supper has been run for several decades by different residents and is now operated by Zoe Hebden, Kirsty Edwards, Harry Mottram and Margaret Cowie with help from Sarah Boundy at Acutabove. The next one is slated to take place on Saturday, December 2, 2023. The event has its own Facebook page for more updates and news.

Last December the supper raised £2,000 for local charities – who were each given £500. They were Axbridge Heritage Trails, Axbridge Carnival, Axe Valley Mens’ Shed and Cheddar Valley Plus Foodbank.

You can follow the progressive supper on their Facebook page.

The AAG has a website at

Pictured is one of the starters provided in December’s supper – at Lion House