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Dispute Over Wembdon Safeguarding Gates

A dispute over a set of safeguarding security gates at the entrance to the Parklands on Homberg Way in Wembdon have been causing more...

Do you love football? Have you ever thought about coaching?

Do you love football? Have you ever thought about coaching? Stace MannGood of the Rhode Lane Wanderers boys under 13s football team, of the Saturday...

Junction | Networking and Film Screening Event

Are you getting bored with Netflix and looking for something a little different? Why not join the Engine Room for an online event, where you...

The Cornhill Open Again

The majority of shops are now open n the Cornhill, so why not pop in and support indpendent traders in the town?

Libraries May be Opening Soon

Those in charge of Somerset libraries are currently meeting to discuss when the best time would be to reopen. In an email sent to library...

Bridgwater Cemeteries to Re-open

Bridgwater Town Council have announced that they are now reopening the town's cemetaries.

Bridgwater Heroes

The Bridgwater Community at it’s Best

Who would have thought that last year, when we were planning our holidays and parties for this year, we would be in lockdown without being able to see friends or families?

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History

Volunteers Breathe Life into Bridgwater’s ‘Dead Centre’

The story of how a Bridgwater cemetery's graves were condemned to be flattened, saved by local people and are now being restored by the Friends of Wembdon Cemetery was vividly told by Dr. Miles Kerr-Peterson at the October meeting of the Bridgwater & District Archaeological Society.

Blake Museum Reviews

Reviews of the Blake Museum

Bridgwater and the Slave Trade

Bridgwater was the first town to petition Parliament for the abolition of the transatlantic slave trade

Robert Blake – Who Was He?

Who is this Admiral Robert Blake? He's the most famous person you've never heard of.

Latest Reviews

King Sedgemoor Inn Cookhouse Pub Review

The restaurant was recently given a much needed refresh (and moving under a sub-brand of the same company) as, being a bit blunt, it was easily in the bottom 25% of restaurants in Bridgwater in my honest opinion.

Piggy’s Sandwich Bar: Review

Yesterday we ran an article for Piggy's Sandwich Bar here in Bridgwater, today we are going to tell you our review on a couple of the snacks we had yesterday for lunch.

Events

Junction | Networking and Film Screening Event

Are you getting bored with Netflix and looking for something a little different? Why not join the Engine Room for an online event, where you...

Somerset Together Online Multicultural Event

Just three days to go until Somerset Together, don’t miss this incredible online multicultural event, celebrating the diverse cultures of Somerset, this Saturday 13th June from 6pm.

Apex Park Play Day – Wednesday, August 5th 2020 CANCELLED

It is with great regret that Sedgemoor District Council has announced that this year’s Apex Park Play Day, scheduled for Wednesday, 5th August will be cancelled.

Seed Swap at The Engine Room

On Saturday 21st March 2020 2pm - 5pm, The Engine Room, in association with Bridgwater and Craft Flower Show, is hosting its first seed...

Rock & Pop Music Quiz

Are you looking for somewhere to go on Saturday night? Why not test yourself on Pop & Rock music questions, what is your level of...
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Covid-19

A dispute over a set of safeguarding security gates at the entrance to the Parklands on Homberg Way in Wembdon have been causing more...

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Somerset County Council

Dispute Over Wembdon Safeguarding Gates

A dispute over a set of safeguarding security gates at the entrance to the Parklands on Homberg Way in Wembdon have been causing more...

Somerset Celebrates Care Heroes During Carers Week

Somerset is celebrating National Carers Week this week (8-14 June) to raise awareness and celebrate the vital role of Somerset’s estimated 50,000 carers. The annual campaign was...

On behalf of all Somerset Local Authorities – Thank you, Somerset!

Thousands of volunteers, community organisations, charities and all five local authorities have been tirelessly helping people in Somerset get the support they need during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Somerset County Council: Sign up Today for Coronavirus Updates Delivered to your Inbox

Members of the public can now sign up for regular email newsletters about Somerset’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Sedgemoor District Council

Petition: Sedgemoor District Council Decide to Ruin Children’s Fun

Please note, that we have been asked to review this article by Homes in Sedgemoor, and we have done this, and removed some sections...

Reintroduction of Car Parking Charges in Sedgemoor District Council Owned Car Parks

As from Monday, 15th June, car parking charges in SDC-owned car parks (see list below), will be re-introduced, after their suspension on April 1.  All SDC car parks operate a pay by phone option, should people not want to use the ticket machines. There will be an increased cleaning regime for ticket machines.

Sedgemoor District Council and the Future of Local Government in Somerset

The Leader of Sedgemoor District Council, Councillor Duncan McGinty, has never made a secret of his views - which are - that a unitary council for the county of Somerset would not serve our residents well and could mean cuts to services. 

On behalf of all Somerset Local Authorities – Thank you, Somerset!

Thousands of volunteers, community organisations, charities and all five local authorities have been tirelessly helping people in Somerset get the support they need during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Bridgwater Town Council

On behalf of all Somerset Local Authorities – Thank you, Somerset!

Thousands of volunteers, community organisations, charities and all five local authorities have been tirelessly helping people in Somerset get the support they need during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Reasons for the ‘One Somerset Number’ Leaflet (read & download it here)

When we let people know about the 'One Somerset Number' leaflet, and that it was going to be delivered to every home in Bridgwater and the surrounding area, there were a variety of responses.

‘One Front Door’ Leaflet to be Delivered in Bridgwater

Bridgwater Town Council has produced 20,000 leaflets to circulate in the Bridgwater and neighbouring area which draws attention to the 'One Front Door' phone number 0300 790 6275 by which people can be directed to the correct and appropriate advice during the Coronavirus emergency.

Rough Sleeping hits new records – so what are we doing about it?

There was a general election just before Christmas. Everybody will have forgotten about it by now. The result was predicted and the outcome was...

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Petition: Sedgemoor District Council Decide to Ruin Children’s Fun

Please note, that we have been asked to review this article by Homes in Sedgemoor, and we have done this, and removed some sections...

Dispute Over Wembdon Safeguarding Gates

A dispute over a set of safeguarding security gates at the entrance to the Parklands on Homberg Way in Wembdon have been causing more...

Do you love football? Have you ever thought about coaching?

Do you love football? Have you ever thought about coaching? Stace MannGood of the Rhode Lane Wanderers boys under 13s football team, of the Saturday...

Junction | Networking and Film Screening Event

Are you getting bored with Netflix and looking for something a little different? Why not join the Engine Room for an online event, where you...

The Cornhill Open Again

The majority of shops are now open n the Cornhill, so why not pop in and support indpendent traders in the town?

The Impact of Face Masks on Communication and How to Support People with Hearing Loss

Many people rely on using their residual hearing (with or without a hearing aid) and lip read to communicate effectively. Other Deaf people use British Sign Language as their first language and rely on mouth patterns and facial expressions

Somerset Together Online Multicultural Event

Just three days to go until Somerset Together, don’t miss this incredible online multicultural event, celebrating the diverse cultures of Somerset, this Saturday 13th June from 6pm.

Watch the Bill & Ted 3 Trailer

The long-awaited Bill & Ted 3 trailer is now online, and you can watch it here

Reintroduction of Car Parking Charges in Sedgemoor District Council Owned Car Parks

As from Monday, 15th June, car parking charges in SDC-owned car parks (see list below), will be re-introduced, after their suspension on April 1.  All SDC car parks operate a pay by phone option, should people not want to use the ticket machines. There will be an increased cleaning regime for ticket machines.

Use Your Phone to Capture and Share a Moment of Stillness

Monday 8 June: Highbridge-based artists Leila Browning and Nadja Mcdevitt are inviting locals to film and share those precious moments of stillness we find in our Covid-19 affected worlds.

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Petition: Sedgemoor District Council Decide to Ruin Children’s Fun

Please note, that we have been asked to review this article by Homes in Sedgemoor, and we have done this, and removed some sections...

Dispute Over Wembdon Safeguarding Gates

A dispute over a set of safeguarding security gates at the entrance to the Parklands on Homberg Way in Wembdon have been causing more...

Do you love football? Have you ever thought about coaching?

Do you love football? Have you ever thought about coaching? Stace MannGood of the Rhode Lane Wanderers boys under 13s football team, of the Saturday...

Junction | Networking and Film Screening Event

Are you getting bored with Netflix and looking for something a little different? Why not join the Engine Room for an online event, where you...