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EDIT Originally posted 20th September 2018 ***PLEASE BE AWARE *** Avon and Somerset Police are pleased to confirm missing teenager Dajon Dwyer-Reid has been found safe and well. We'd like to thank everyone who helped share our appeal. Avon and Somerset Police are...
Avon and Somerset Police has made notable improvements in tackling residential burglary, knife crime and the illegal supply of controlled drugs, according to the latest figures.
BRIDGWATER folk turned out to a restaurant in the town yesterday (Thursday, November 8, 2018) to enjoy live music as part of its first anniversary celebrations.
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ANDY Munday has been appointed as a First Line Support Engineer for QSS IT.
An anonymous person wrote a letter to the Bridgwater Mercury, claiming that the carnival was racist, as well as accusing it of cultural appropriation....
Bridgwater Carnival have just confirmed that the Bridgwater Guy Fawkes Carnival is set to change the start time of this year's carnival procession by bringing it forward by one hour to 6pm.
No one wants to see an empty property that could be used to give someone a home. Whilst Sedgemoor has a very low percentage of empty homes – just 309 from the 55,496 properties in Sedgemoor, Council staff are working hard to get properties back into use and are highlighting their work during Empty Homes Week September 23rd to 29th.
Sedgemoor District Council are offering Parish and Town Councils and other community groups free bulbs to plant themselves, in order to make Sedgemoor even more beautiful.
During August and September, residents across Sedgemoor would have received their annual canvass form asking them to check whether the information that appears on the electoral register is correct.
A closure order has been granted for a property in Bridgwater following residents’ concerns over the supply and use of illegal drugs.
Colin Pitham and Colin Cooper, both lorry drivers at Bridgwater’s Nagel-Langdons swapped their LGVs for two wheels, in an epic challenge to cycle from Land’s End to Bridgwater. The novice cyclists are joined on their challenge by Colin Pitham’s son James and the threesome are attempting to cycle 200 miles after they set off on Sunday 8th September.
Somerset has been recognized as one of the best fishing holiday destinations in the UK