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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Practical Conservation at Chancellors FarmWed 30th May 10.30-4pmTurn for some practical conservation work and outdoor fun this Naturally Healthy Month. Come along and do infrastructure repair and maintenance around the farm well as dry stone walling repair along the boundary of the hay meadows.Wear sturdy footwear, bring wet weather gear and a packed lunch. Gloves, PPE and hot drinks...
Guided Rockpool Ramble, Helwell BayTue 29th May 11.30-1.30pmThis Naturally Healthy Month join in at the coast to meet colourful crabs, amazing anemones and other critters living in Helwell Bay's rockpools. All equipment will be provided and experts will be on hand to help you identify what you find. Please wear wellies and bring weather appropriate gear (coats/suncream/hats). Under 18s...
Curry Rivel will now be formed into one ward with Huish and Langport. The new ward will be represented by two councillors as it is at present. (Click on the map for expanded view)The independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England has published its final recommendations for new electoral arrangements for South Somerset District Council.The recent publication follows a public...
Chatham Room, Village Hall