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Foxglove Trail Celebration Ride – 5th October 10.30am – Vivary Park

Posted by on 13th September, 2019 in News

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Somerset Waste Partnership – September Briefing

Posted by on 3rd September, 2019 in News

The Somerset Waste Partnership September Briefing is available here: SWP Briefing September 2019

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Country Park – Logo Competition Launched

Posted by on 2nd September, 2019 in News

A Competition for Children living and/or attending school in the West Monkton and Cheddon Fitzpaine Parish to design a logo for the Country Park has been launched today.  Further information is available here: MAIDENBROOK COUNTRY PARK LOGO COMPETITION 

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Somerset Waste Partnership – Plastics Q+A

Posted by on 2nd August, 2019 in News

SWP Plastics Q&A enquiries

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Wessex Resolutions CIC – Funding available for homeowners and landlords for home improvements

Posted by on 31st July, 2019 in News

Home Improvement Loan Leaflet

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Well-B Campaign Launch

Posted by on 19th July, 2019 in News

On Monday we launched our new brand advertising campaign (TV and digital-led) which will be aired over the summer on prime-time television in particular regions.  The aim is to build awareness amongst people living within 1 km of our waterways and get them to feel positively towards the Trust, understand our positioning as a wellbeing and waterways charity, and visit their local waterway. We have developed a character ‘Well-B’ to front our campaign, embodying wellbeing and ‘recharging by your local canal’.  Well-B has a monitoring device – in the form of the Trust logo – which glows blue with better wellbeing, particularly by the water. We tested the character, the name and advert using focus groups with 18 to 40-year-olds (canal users and non-users) from a range of different demographic backgrounds in Birmingham and Leeds.  The headlines from this research were overall very positive in terms of: using the idea of ‘recharging by the canal’ is strong and resonated with everyone; advert message was very clear, believable and desirable, even after a single viewing of the film; Well-B drove memorability, affection and modernity and seen as an expressive and likeable creative device to demonstrate happiness, fun and recharging by the canal; The Trust being seen as an interesting, outgoing, caring and sharing charity with some unusual, interesting and contemporary ideas, getting people involved in their local canal. The TV advert can viewed following this YouTube Link...

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Community Council for Somerset Thatch July Newsletter

Posted by on 15th July, 2019 in News

The Community Council for Somerset Thatch July Newsletter is available here: JULY Thatch 2019 (s)

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Somerset Waste Partnership – June Briefing

Posted by on 25th June, 2019 in News

The Somerset Waste Partnership June Briefing is available here: SWP Briefing June 2019 Final

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Priorswood Library – Rhymetime – Every Monday

Posted by on 29th May, 2019 in News

Rhymetime will be taking place at Priorswood Library every Monday from 11am until 11.30am.  Details are available in this poster: RHYMETIME PRIORSWOOD LIBRARY – A5

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Exciting future for Priorswood Library

Posted by on 21st May, 2019 in News

Celebrations took place last week (Friday 17 May) after Priorswood Library’s long-term future was confirmed with the signing of a Community Library Partnership. Library friends, partners, school and nursery children and staff joined together at the library to celebrate the signing of the agreement between The Friends of Taunton Library and Somerset County Council. Last week’s signing marked the tenth long-term Community Library Partnership confirmed this year between Somerset County Council and Friends and partner groups across Somerset – and celebrates a new way of working closely with community partners to help deliver library services across Somerset. Priorswood library will continue to be run and staffed by Somerset County Council with financial support from the Taunton Unparished Area Fund and West Monkton Parish Council. Earlier this year, Somerset West and Taunton Council’s Taunton Unparished Area Fund announced it was allocating £17k, and Somerset Community Foundation organised a grant from Clarke Willmott. Both of these grants will go towards the costs of the installation of Open+ Access technology in the library later this year. This technology, successfully used in other counties already, will in time allow library customers to access the library outside current staffed library hours for up to 55 hours a week. Oliver Woodhams, Strategic Manager responsible for libraries at Somerset County Council said: “I am extremely pleased that partnership working in such a positive and proactive way has given Priorswood Library a sustainable and exciting future. We are very grateful for the support of the Friends of Taunton Library, West Monkton Parish Council and many other people and organisations who have helped and supported us to reach this exciting point.” Sarah Gibb on behalf of the Friends of Taunton Library said: “All our hard work has been brought to fruition. The library will go from strength to strength. We look forward to continuing in governance and in any further support we can provide, making Priorswood Library the heart of the community.” £3K was also recently allocated annually by West Monkton Parish Council towards the library. Patricia Cavill from the Parish Council said: “West Monkton Parish Council is delighted to be part of this initiative. A significant number of our Parishioners use Priorswood Library. Priorswood not only provides access to written books, but a wide range of new technologies, and as such offers opportunities to all ages of users.” Priorswood Library will continue to be staffed, with new technology enabling the library to open for additional unstaffed hours due to be installed later in the year. Following an induction session, library customers will be able to access the library, borrow, return and renew their library loans, collect items that have been reserved, use the library’s public access computers and online resources, when staff aren’t present simply by scanning the barcode on their library card and using a PIN. A video of the CLP signing taking place can be viewed at: https://youtu.be/EfP2lMXJ8YU. For more information about Somerset’s libraries Service, click www.somersetlibraries.co.uk or phone 0300 123 2224. IMG 3053 IMG 3054 IMG 3055 IMG 3057 Priorswood 4 CLP 170519 IMG 3056 Priorswood 5 CLP. West Monkton school...

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Thatch Newsletter – Spring Issue

Posted by on 19th May, 2019 in News

The Spring Issue of the Thatch Newsletter is available here: https://issuu.com/communitycouncilforsomerset/docs/pdf_thatch_may_2019_small_v3

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Somerset Waste Partnership – May 2019

Posted by on 13th May, 2019 in News

The Somerset Waste Partnership May Briefing is available here: SWP Briefing May 2019

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Somerset Day Celebrations at the BACH – 11th May 2019

Posted by on 18th April, 2019 in News

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May Village Agent Newsletter

Posted by on 18th April, 2019 in News

The May Village Agent Newsletter is available here: May 2019 newsletter

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Somerset Waste Partnership – April Briefing

Posted by on 18th April, 2019 in News

The Somerset Waste Partnership April Briefing Sheet is available here: SWP Briefing April 2019

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Roles at the Community Council for Somerset

Posted by on 11th April, 2019 in News

The CCS are recruiting two Somerset West & Taunton Village Agents and a Transport Agent.  Further information is available via this link: https://somersetrcc.org.uk/recruitment/

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April Village Agent Newsletter

Posted by on 28th March, 2019 in News

The April Village Agent Newsletter is available here: Updated VA April Newsletter – LB

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Somerset Waste Partnership – March Briefing

Posted by on 27th March, 2019 in News

The Somerset Waste Partnership March Briefing is available here: SWP Briefing March 2019

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Annual Parish Meeting – 27th March 2019 at 7pm at the BACH

Posted by on 14th March, 2019 in News

The West Monkton Annual Parish Meeting will be taking place on Weds 27th March 2019, at Brittons Ash Community Hall (BACH). Please come along and bring friends as well. This event is not a Parish Council meeting, it’s a social event once a year for residents to network and hear speakers on matters of local interest, this year the Maidenbrook Country Park and the Inland Waterways Association. We’ll be serving refreshments at no charge. Hope to see you on 27th...

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Road Closure – Cheddon Fitzpaine Road and Gotton Lane, West Monkton

Posted by on 12th March, 2019 in News

Temporary Road Closures of: Cheddon Fitzpaine Road and Gotton Lane, Greenway, Sidbrook, Blundells Lane, Red Hill, Noahs Hill, Church Hill, The Street, Dosters Lane and Boome Lane TAKE NOTICE that in pursuance of Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984, as amended by the Road Traffic (Temporary Restrictions) Act 1991, the County Council of Somerset propose to make an Order PROHIBITING ALL TRAFFIC from proceeding along Cheddon Fitzpaine Road and Gotton Lane from Cheddon Fitzpaine Road; from the junction with Greenway westwards for 370m and Gotton Lane; from the junction with Cheddon Fitzpaine Road northwards for 180m, a total distance of 550 metres. Proposed dates 08th April 2019 for 5 weeks. Greenway from the junction with Sidbrook and Cheddon Fitzpaine Road, southwards for a distance of 470 metres. Proposed dates 29th April 2019 for 5 weeks. Sidbrook from the junction with Greenway, westwards for a distance of 870 metres. Proposed dates 20th May 2019 for 8 weeks. Blundells Lane from the junction with Sidbrook, northwards for a distance of 195 metres. Proposed dates 1st July 2019 for 3 weeks. Red Hill from the junction with Greenway and Yalway Road, eastwards for a distance of 530 metres. Proposed dates 15th July 2019 for 4 weeks. Noahs Hill from the junction with Blundells Lane, northwards for a distance of 250 metres. Proposed dates 29th July 2019 for 5 weeks. Church Hill from the junction with Coombe Lane, northwards for a distance of 190 metres. Proposed dates 27th August 2019 for 9 weeks. Church Hill from the junction with Coombe Lane, southwards for a distance of 345 metres. Proposed dates 27th August 2019 for 9 weeks. The Street from the junction with Church Hill, westwards for a distance of 188 metres. Proposed dates 21st October 2019 for 4 weeks. Dosters Lane and Boome Lane from Dosters Lane, from the junction with The Street and Church Hill southwards for 72m and Boome Lane, from the junction (Notice1) with Dosters Lane eastwards for 320m, a total distance of 392 metres. Proposed dates 11th November 2019 for 5 weeks. This order will enable Wales & West Utilities to carry out phased gas mains upgrading works in these roads. The Order becomes effective on 08 April 2019 and will remain in force for eighteen months. The phased works are expected to last for a total of 36 weeks. Please visit www.roadworks.org for further information on the alternative route For information about the works being carried out please contact Wales & West Utilities on 0800 912...

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Somerset Day 2019 – West Monkton Big Brunch

Posted by on 12th March, 2019 in News

To celebrate Somerset Day a West Monkton Big Brunch will take place on Saturday 11th May at 10.30am at The Street, West Monkton. Brunch will be served and children’s activities will be available. Please bring your own cutlery, plates and glasses. Tickets will be available to purchase online soon at http://buytickets.at/westmonktonvillage/244934 or from the Monkton Inn. Ticket prices: Adults £6.00 Under 12s £4.00 Under 5s...

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MH2 Development Persimmon Proposals – Parish Council Comments

Posted by on 12th March, 2019 in News

The Parish Councils comments in respect of the recent proposals presented by Persimmon in respect of the MH2 Development are available here: MH2 Presentation Comments

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Revised Easter, May and August Bank Holiday Waste Collections Days

Posted by on 25th February, 2019 in News

Information confirming the revised collection days over the Easter, May and August Bank Holiday periods is available here: Bank~Holiday~Dates~Easter,~May~and~August~2019

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Somerset Waste Partnership – February 2019

Posted by on 25th February, 2019 in News

The Somerset Waste Partnership February 2019 briefing is available here: SWP Briefing February 2019

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Public Engagement Event 28th February 2019 – Urban Extension at Monkton Heathfield

Posted by on 18th February, 2019 in News

A Public Engagement Event has been arranged by Persimmon and Redrow Homes on Thursday 28th February from 1pm until 6.30pm at West Monkton Village Hall.  Members of the public are invited to attend. The proposed Masterplan for Phase 2 of the Monkton Heathfield Development will be displayed and members of the project team will be available to answer any questions you have. A poster for the event is available here: Community Engagement Event Invitation...

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Mental Health Helpline Telephone Numbers

Posted by on 15th February, 2019 in News

Rethink mental Illness advice hotline 0300 5000 927 Mind infoline 0300 123 3393

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Are you interested in becoming a District Councillor?

Posted by on 12th February, 2019 in News

Are you interested in standing for the District Council elections in May?  The links below provide further information if you are: https://www.westsomersetonline.gov.uk/Council—Democracy/Elections—Voting/Becoming-a-Councillor—2019-election https://www.tauntondeane.gov.uk/elections-voting/becoming-a-councillor-2019-election/ A poster providing further information is also available below: Become a Councillor...

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Somerset Wood Tree Planting

Posted by on 8th February, 2019 in News

The Somerset Wood tree planting has had an excellent response from volunteers. Your enthusiasm has been gratifying and overwhelming with the first batch of trees all planted by the end of this weekend. Thank you to everyone who has taken part in the first phase; to those of you waiting to volunteer we are planning another section so will contact you shortly.

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Fit for my Future – Feedback

Posted by on 6th February, 2019 in News

From October to December last year we held 18 drop-in sessions across Somerset, four Facebook video chats and received 659 responses to our questionnaire. We want to thank you again for taking the time to get in touch with us. Here are a few of the things we’ve heard from you, your families and your communities: · 49% of respondents agreed we should concentrate more specialist care services (like stroke) in fewer places, even if it means some patients and their visitors have to travel further. 33% didn’t agree, with 18% unsure. · Decisions shouldn’t be made on the basis of funds alone – “This should not be based on a cost-cutting exercise but promoted as a way of ensuring that a patient receives the very best care.” · Several people said that if mental health issues were ‘self-inflicted’ i.e. through drug abuse and lifestyle choice, it shouldn’t receive the same priority as physical health. · Many thought that staffing levels must be adequate enough to support a community approach – it’s important not to ‘dilute’ expertise. · 94% of respondents agreed that the same high quality support from urgent and emergency care services should be provided to everyone in Somerset 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Some thought this was already the case: “Not sure it’s that difficult just now. Call your GP during weekday, and 111 out of hours.” You can read more about Somerset’s ideas for health and care, as well as what you think we missed by downloading our engagement report: www.fitformyfuture.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/engagement-summary-phase-1.pdf The great news is that it looks like some of the ideas you’ve had can be implemented shortly, and we’ll share these with you as soon as we can. We’ve also set up focus groups to discuss how we should carry out our consultation on changes to health and care options which may have a greater impact, which will be happening in the autumn. No decisions will be made on these until after we’ve spoken to...

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Somerset Waste Partnership – January Briefing

Posted by on 31st January, 2019 in News

The Somerset Waste Partnership January Briefing is available here: SWP Briefing January 2019

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Somerset Water Pollution

Posted by on 17th January, 2019 in News

A Somerset farmer has recently been ordered to pay nearly £4000 in fines and costs for polluting a stream with contaminated water. The incident near Stoke St Gregory was picked up during a routine Environment Agency visit. Water from a roofing drain had become contaminated by sileage discharge. It emptied into a watercourse within a Site of Special Scientific Interest, impacting several kilometres of watercourse. All farmers, landowners and businesses should have measures in place to prevent pollution. However, ensuring that these measures work and continue to work is vital. Regular monitoring and testing can pick up any changes before the local environment is impacted. It can also avoid costly cleanup processes, and help avoid accusations of negligence. Incidents over the last few years in Somerset have included costs of £4000 for a Merriot poultry farm, £9000 for a Radstock dairy farm, £18,000 for a Yeovil box company and £30,000 for a Cannington anaerobic digestion plant. Fines are unlimited and there is the risk of up to 5 years in prison. If your business creates contaminants, or you have a consent to discharge from the EA, get your equipment and processes checked and tested on a regular basis. Contact Somerset Scientific Services, part of SCC, for advice on 01823 355906 or...

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Tree Planting at the Somerset Wood Gets Underway

Posted by on 13th January, 2019 in News

Thanks to the time and commitment of many volunteers the Tree Planting at the Somerset Wood is underway.  Here are some...

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News from the Village Agent – February

Posted by on 11th January, 2019 in News

A newsletter has been produced by the village agent for February.  A copy is available here: Feb 2019 News from your Village Agent

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Film Club Spring Dates

Posted by on 14th December, 2018 in News

Winter-Spring menu 2019

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Christmas Activities in the area

Posted by on 9th December, 2018 in News

A directory of Christmas Activities in our area is available via the following link: https://somersetrcc.org.uk/our_work/supporting-individuals/somerset-village-agents-project/somerset-christmas-directory/

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Somerset Waste Partnership – December Briefing

Posted by on 4th December, 2018 in News

The Somerset Waste Partnership December Briefing Sheet is available here: SWP Briefing December 2018

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Temporary road closure – Ilminster Road & Ruishton Lane, Ruishton & Thornfalcon

Posted by on 27th November, 2018 in News

SOMERSET COUNTY COUNCIL DISTRICT OF TAUNTON DEANE PARISH OF RUISHTON & THORNFALCON Temporary Closure of Ilminster Road and Ruishton Lane TAKE NOTICE that in pursuance of Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984, as amended by the Road Traffic (Temporary Restrictions) Act 1991, the County Council of Somerset propose to make an Order PROHIBITING ALL TRAFFIC from proceeding along Ilminster Road and Ruishton Lane from Ilminster Road; the Blackbrook Interchange (south exit only), eastwards for 600m and Ruishton Lane; the junction with Ilminster Road, northwards for 75m a total distance of 675 metres. This order will enable Somerset Highways to carry out patching works in these roads. The Order becomes effective on 09 January 2019 and will remain in force for eighteen months. The works are expected to last for 1 night (19:30-00:00). Please visit www.roadworks.org for further information on the alternative route For information about the works being carried out please contact Somerset Highways on 0300 123 2224 Patrick Flaherty Chief Executive Dated: 13 December...

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Ecological Walkaround Survey of West Monkton Village Completed

Posted by on 22nd November, 2018 in News

The Conservation of West Monkton Society (COWMS) recently commissioned an independent ecological ‘Walkover’ survey, combined with a series of remote monitoring’s for bats, in West Monkton village and its immediate surroundings carried out on 19th September 2018. The results reveal the village is home to nine separate species of bats, including several rare ones, including Barbastelles (on the international ‘Red List’ of threatened species and thought to be extinct in the UK until 2008) and Lesser Horseshoe bats, which are protected at nearby Hestercombe House, under a Special Area of Conservation (SAC). In addition, the calls of Leisler’s bats were also recorded, until now the known western-most colony was thought to be near Bristol. Only 9,500 are known to have been recorded in England. Three Anabat Express monitors were set up, placed in trees beside Dosters Lane, in an orchard hedge towards the end of Blundells Lane and in a patch of ancient woodland in fields on the A38 nearby. Despite this being carried out right at the end of the active bat season, or the fact that two of the three detectors were disturbed for at least two days of the week they were in place, in total well over two thousand separate ‘hits’ were recorded! The survey was carried out by Abricon, a licensed, independent Bristol-based ecological consultancy, and the resulting bat calls analysed by a licensed bat ecologist, and by other two in-house licensed ecologists. A full list of bat species recorded were Common Pipistrelle and Soprano Pipistrelles, Myotis, Lesser Horseshoes, Long Eared bats, Barbastelles, Noctules, Serotines and Leisler’s. These different species have varying roosting needs (Barbastelles for example roost in the tree bark of ancient trees and move around each night) and foraging requirements of up to 2.5 km radius, (1.5 miles) of fixed roosts, involving woodland, pastureland and wetland habitats. All of these are currently available within the village and its surroundings and help to explain the success of the bats in the area. If you would like any further information, please email COWMS...

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Conquest Christmas Party Invitation

Posted by on 16th November, 2018 in News

Conquest’s Christmas Party will be taking place on Sunday 9th December 2018. There will be mulled wine, mince pies and cakes, festive stalls, a bouncy castle and entertainer. Santa will be situated next to a roaring log fire in the yurt and will be ready for visits from 3:30pm onwards! (Visit includes a gift) All this for just £1 per person per entry – with all proceeds going to Conquest Centre Reg Charity 1103883 Details as follows: VENUE: Conquest Centre – Beehive Café DATE: Sunday 9th December 2018 TIME: 3pm – 5pm.

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Community Connect Event – 29th November 2018

Posted by on 13th November, 2018 in News

A Community Connect Event is taking place on 29th November 2018 from 9.30am until 12.30pm at the Canalside.  The event is an opportunity to meet Village, Carers and Community Agents.  Further information is available in the poster...

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The Country Park and the Somerset Wood commemorating WW1 fallen from Somerset

Posted by on 12th November, 2018 in News

Something very special happened in our parish on Friday the 9th of November 2018: an event, which so deeply moved all who attended – old and young – that it will surely never be forgotten by a single one. The special event was the dedication ceremony and inaugural planting of the First-World-War commemorative Somerset Wood. Located within the broader landscape of an extensive new Country Park to the south-east of Cheddon village, the woodland will eventually contain 11,281 broad-leaved trees – one for every service man and woman associated with our county, who fell in The Great War. A large audience braved the elements to pay their respects and were told by Mrs. Anne Maw that the dedicating of Somerset Wood was the greatest official duty she had ever performed in her capacity as Lord Lieutenant of Somerset. Although this major project is still in its infancy, it is already clear that it is striking a chord across the county and taking on a life of its own. There will be plenty of well-publicised opportunities for local residents to become involved. Do what you can, and feel proud! This looks set to become the jewel in the crown of our Garden Town. By Cllr Mike Batsch, Cheddon Fitzpaine Parish...

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Fit for My Future

Posted by on 12th November, 2018 in News

The Fit for My Future team want to hear a whole range of people about NHS services in Somerset. At this stage, they are seeking views on our case for change and some emerging ideas which have begun to develop as groups of GPs, other clinicians, commissioners and some service users have worked through the evidence they’ve gathered. In case you haven’t had chance to get to a drop-in session, or read the case for change on our website, you can download a PDF copy of the extended version here: Case_for_Change_final_report This is a real chance for communities to influence the future shape of health and care services in...

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Somerset Waste Partnership – November Briefing

Posted by on 7th November, 2018 in News

The Somerset Waste Partnership November Briefing Sheet is available here: SWP Briefing November 2018

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Surviving Winter Appeal 2018/19

Posted by on 5th November, 2018 in News

Spread some warmth this winter by donating your Winter Fuel Payment Somerset Community Foundation has launched this year’s Surviving Winter campaign, which encourages people to join the growing number of contributors who donate some or all of their Winter Fuel Payment to help local people living in fuel poverty. This year, any online donations to the campaign made during the week-long Big Give Christmas Challenge – midday Tuesday 27 November to midday Tuesday 4 December – will be doubled! Last year, over 500 older people living in fuel poverty in Somerset were helped to keep warm and better connected through the winter months, thanks to pensioners and other local donors who gave to Surviving Winter. Help Somerset Community Foundation to help more isolated and vulnerable older people this year. To donate to Surviving Winter, visit www.somersetcf.org.uk/winter or call 01749 344949. Please remember that all donations will help the Surviving Winter campaign, but if you donate online between midday Tuesday 27 November and midday Tuesday 4 December your donation will be...

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Somerset Waste Partnership – Christmas and New Year Services

Posted by on 17th October, 2018 in News

The Somerset Waste Partnership Christmas poster is attached with all the details, from kerbside collections to recycling sites, plus the alternatives to wasteful landfill for Christmas trees. Please note that because Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve are on Mondays, when 11 sites are usually open until 7pm, all 16 sites will close at 4pm on those days. V3 – Revised collections~Christmas bank holidays...

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Community Connect Event – 29th November 2018

Posted by on 11th October, 2018 in News

You are invited to attend the biggest Health and Social Care event of the year Thursday 29th November 2018 The Hollinsworth Hall, The Canalside Conference Centre, Marsh Lane, Bridgwater TA6 6LQ – 9.30am – 12.30pm. This event will have over 50 stands of community groups, support organisations and charities. Come along and meet Community, Village and Carers Agents and network with other professionals such as Carers Champions, GP’s, Social Workers, Adult Social Care Workers and many more. Parking and refreshments are available. We look forward to seeing you at our event. Please RSVP no later than Thursday 15th November – to...

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Wood to commemorate the Fallen of WW1

Posted by on 9th October, 2018 in News

A press release from Somerset County Council about a memorial wood to commemorate the fallen of World War One is available here: https://somersetnewsroom.com/2018/10/05/wood-to-commemorate-the-fallen-of-ww1/

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Somerset Waste Partnership – September Briefing

Posted by on 27th September, 2018 in News

The Somerset Waste Partnership September Briefing Sheet is available here: SWP Briefing September 2018

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Somerset Waste Partnership – Drivers Needed

Posted by on 25th September, 2018 in News

Somerset Waste Partnership’s collections contractor has jobs available now for HGV Class 2 Recycling Driver/Loaders (newly qualified drivers welcome, and loaders keen to train as drivers) in Bridgwater, Evercreech, Taunton. Full-time, temp-to-perm at £11.28/hour with £16.92/hour overtime after 40 hours. Mon-Fri, 6.15am start, no overnights. Hard work but rewarding, a recycling job pays well, keeps you fit, helps the environment, and gets you home with plenty of the day left. Text DRIVEKIER to 88802, or call 0117 916 0760 (M-F 9-4.30) or 07866797200 for more information. Further information is available in the attached...

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Information about Scam Mail

Posted by on 25th September, 2018 in News

A poster about Scam Mail is being circulated by the Royal Mail.  A copy is available...

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