FREE Playdays in South Somerset
Last year's event was a great success with over 700 people coming to enjoy the play opportunities in a relaxed atmosphere. So put the date in your diary! For more information, and to find out about all the free Playday's in the area, visit www.southsomerset.gov.uk/playdays
or go to the Facebook page www.facebook.com/playyouthsouthsomerset.
The devolution revolutionfor the South West took another step forward this month. Devolution would see more powers and finance devolved from Westminster to the region to work together to deliver more for the residents in key areas such as the economy, homes, health and social care and to close the productivity gap, improve road, rail and broadband links. There will be a full public consultation on any proposal to introduce a Combined Authority, which would consist of representatives from Devon and Somerset county councils, Plymouth and Torbay councils, the 13 district councils in the two counties and Dartmoor and Exmoor national parks.
Each council now needs to formally approve the Combined Authority proposals after which the negotiations for finance, powers and responsibilities will take place between the region and central government. However, all areas have been reassured that their devolution proposals do not require an elected mayor.
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Curry Rivel Village Litter Pick30th & 31st March 2019Starting from 10.30amThe Curry Rivel Village Litter Pick will take place on 30th & 31st March 2019. Be part of the pick in Curry Rivel to help improve the environment on their doorstep by volunteering your time?The effort will be led by members of the Parish Council, can you help in cleaning up the village by litter picking throughout the...
Sedgemoor Gardens Club are having their 3rd Daffodil Festival Sat 23rd March 2019 @ 2.30-4.30pm Long Sutton Village Hall As well as a great spring flower display, there will tea 'n cake, a raffle and a plant stall.... did we mention cake....Sedgemoor Gardens Club is a club for all those in the Langport area who are interested in growing...
Our club continues to thrive and encourage new members to join our lively meetings.March saw our AGM and our first LADY Chairman was elected which is another innovation in the club following the admission of ladies a little over 4 years ago. Our other officers were also appointed for the year and our stalwart, Secretary Paul Crocker agreed to remain in post again, a font of knowledge, good...
Chatham Room, Village Hall