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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...

Shelfies of Sedgemoor Creative Campaign Connecting People on Lockdown

Seed, the Arts Council England funded Creative People and Places project for Sedgemoor has launched an online campaign to help people connect and share during the Covid-19 lockdown. Via social media they are inviting people who live or work in Sedgemoor to post a ‘shelfie’.

Home is Where the Hair Clippers are

Tina Flavell is so determined to fundraise for Alzheimer’s Support that even the Coronavirus crisis isn’t going to stop her.

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.

Dog Groomer is a Cut Above the Rest

“Alzheimer’s has stolen my Dad from me, he no longer knows who I am which kills me,” says dog groomer Tina Flavell, who will...

Somerset Sight Seeking Volunteers to Support People Living With Sight Loss

Somerset Sight is the local independent charity for blind and visually impaired people in Somerset. Unfortunately, they don't currently have enough volunteers in the Bridgwater area to reach everyone who needs their help, so they are urgently seeking volunteers to offer companionship and practical support to people living with sight loss.

3.2 Magnitude Earthquake Felt in Bridgwater

At around 10.49pm tonight (Thursday), a tremor was reported by many people living in and around Bridgwater.

Call for Future Government to Act Swiftly on the Crisis of the Winter Death Rate Among Pensioners

Britain’s biggest pensioner organisation, the National Pensioners Convention (NPC) is calling upon the next government to respond to figures released today that show that excess winter mortality rates in 2018 to 2019 reached 23,200 in all English regions and Wales.

‘Every Mind Matters’ – How’s Yours?

Somerset residents experiencing anxiety, stress, low mood and trouble sleeping are encouraged to visit a new ‘Every Mind Matters’ website to empower them to take action to manage and improve their mental health.

Countess of Wessex Recognises Former Children’s Charity CEO’s 33 Years of Outstanding Service

Brainwave welcomed their charity President Her Royal Highness The Countess of Wessex, Sophie Wessex, to their North West Centre on Tuesday 8 October, to recognise the achievements of the charity’s former CEO, Phil Edge and to celebrate the North West Centre’s 10 year anniversary.
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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?