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.
Released yesterday, Axel Scheffler has illustrated a digital book for primary school age children, free for anyone to read on screen or print out, about the Coronavirus and the measures taken to control it.
Bridgwater based catering company Somerset Larder is helping to support those in most need in our community during the Coronavirus crisis. Its chefs have been preparing 250 meals to be sent to Fare Share South West, which helps vulnerable people through difficult times. It has previously supported the charity by donating surplus food, but has decided to step up with additional help in these challenging times.
Sedgemoor District Council’s Reception in Bridgwater House will be closed with immediate effect in line with Government advice, but that does not mean that residents and businesses won’t be able to contact council staff for help and advice.