Storm Angus Tues 22nd Nov 2016
Somerset is being warned to be prepared for further possible flooding and disruption today after the county took a battering from Storm Angus yesterday.
Anyone planning a journey in Somerset can now find all the information they need to avoid unnecessary delays at Travel Somerset, the new mobile-friendly website, launched today by Somerset County Council, offers live updates of unplanned travel incidents, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It also has a searchable map showing roadworks, etc.
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Scout Hut in Bonds Pool, Langport
URC Church, Wiltown