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Launch of Pardoes Podcast

Pardoes Solicitors LLP has launched its podcast – The Friendly Law Podcast – which is available to download and subscribe to on Apple and Podbean.

Portraits of Togetherness Campaign

A photographers thank-you to Somerset NHS staff, Keyworkers & Local Heroes… as an image can speak 1000 words!

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...

YMCA Dulverton Group launches Lockdown Competition

YMCA Dulverton Group have this week launched a competition to encourage local people to get creative and explain how they have felt throughout the UK Lockdown.

Bridgwater Matters, but not to Bridgwater Matters

We are often hearing from people who have been banned from Bridgwater Matters and, if you check on the reasons many alternative groups have...

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...

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. 

Chapel Self-Isolating Knit-In

The self -isolating Knit-In originally organised for the Easter weekend by Christ Church Unitarian Chapel, Bridgwater  proved so popular that the Chapel has decided to extend it until the end of Lockdown.

Recycling Sites to Reopen and Garden Waste Collections to Restart

Eleven recycling sites will reopen on Monday 11 May for essential visits only – in line with updated government guidance – and garden waste collections (see below) will resume from the same day.

Posties Hope to Deliver for Charity

Next Tuesday (5th May) will see some unusual characters pounding the streets to deliver the post in Bridgwater and surrounding villages. Instead of the familiar Royal Mail red local posties will be dressing up in aid of raising money for local charities, while also hopefully putting a smile on the faces of residents.

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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?