Along with Visit Somerset and other local authorities, Sedgemoor is urging people not to travel to Somerset, despite the glorious and tempting weather. They are also advising second/holiday home owners to stay away too. Sedgemoor’s beautiful countryside and coast will still be here when the virus has long gone and we will be delighted to see you then.
After days of rain, the clouds had cleared and the sun was trying to poke through. Surprisingly, even though there had been enough rain to ruin a pitch, Cranleigh Gardens was holding up very well. After a postponed game last week, the U12s were ready to go. Their opponent this week - Ashcott Youth FC.
Drivers can now be fined for littering, even if it’s a passenger dropping rubbish from their car. Under new powers in April 2018, local councils are able to fine a car owner up to £150 if it can be proved someone dumped litter from their motor. When the government asked people about the new penalties, it says 85 per cent were in favour.