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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...

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...

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.

Bridgwater 2020 Cancelled, but is it a positive?

With the cancellation of the 2020 Bridgwater Carnival, we are looking ahead to 2021 for an amazing carnival. While this will disappoint many, we feel that this has its positives.

Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance Launches Coast to Coast Virtual Challenge

Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance has jumped on the ‘virtual’ wagon and has today launched a Coast to Coast Virtual Challenge which aims to keep you active for the whole month of May. Its intention is to also boost positivity and raise funds in support of the work of their critical care team who continue to deliver the service for 19 hours every single day, by road and by air.

Bridgwater Carnival 2020?

There has been a lot of discussion on social media today about whether this year's Bridgwater Carmival has been cancelled, or if it will be continuing as planned. We felt that the best way to find out, was to contact Dave Stokes, the publicity director of the Bridgwater Guy Fawkes Carnival, and he told us the following.

Bridgwater Cemeteries to Re-open

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

NFCC warns campaign to light sky lanterns is ‘misguided’

The National Fire Chiefs Council has warned a campaign encouraging the public to light sky lanterns in a show of solidarity for NHS workers is ‘misguided’.

Sedgemoor District Council Working to Help Businesses Affected by COVID-19

Sedgemoor District Council has put in place today a range of measures to help some of the businesses in the District that are affected by the Coronavirus (COVID-19). It has created a page on its website where these measures are described and which has links to the other help and advice available, regionally and nationally.

Somerset Larder Help Support Vulnerable People

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.
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