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Sports fans across the town can rejoyce as Bridgwater’s tennis club has begun play again. Now that the government is allowing more forms of outdoor exercise with one person outside of the household. Singles matches at the centre off Notaro Way can resume. They’re only allowing two people per court at the moment following guidance […]

Somerset county council are urging the care community to keep up the good work and be “good neighbours” for residents continuing to shield as some coronavirus restrictions start to ease.  People who are shielding because of their age, or underlaying health conditions have received further government advice they need to stay at home and avoid […]

Stay Alert, Control the Virus, Save Lives Sedgemoor District Council is asking anyone who is considering visiting Sedgemoor’s beaches or beauty spots to be think carefully about their planned trip and to considerate to our communities.  The main message is that we love to see you, but just not now: there are very few facilities […]

A farm in East Huntspill has be targeted by thieves who cut through gates to search outbuildings before steeling a valuable Husqvarna ride on mower. The expensive piece of equipment has a black box on the back with petrol tank.  All information please to 101 quote 5220109103

The developer of the old Royal Ordnance Site near Bridgwater says its offer to build a vaccine manufacturing facility on the site has been turned down by the government. The team behind the Gravity development says the government isn’t being ambitious enough when it comes to vaccine manufacturing, and is limiting itself by committing to […]

Sedgemoor district council are reminding residents that despite the relaxation in the amount of time people can spend in the open air and exercising, play areas, playgrounds and open air gyms are not open.  There have been reports of children using the equipment in various places including Manor gardens in Burnham and Apex park in […]

Wednesday 20th May 2020 is “Thank A Teacher Day” and we’re saying thank you on your behalf to teachers all over Sedgemoor. We’ll be reading out messages all day on Wednesday, thanking teachers, educators, assessors, support staff and anyone who works in a nursery, pre-school, school, college or university or who has a role teaching […]

A three-month closure order has been granted for a house in North Avenue, Highbridge. Taunton Magistrates granted the police application for the closure on Friday 15 May in a hearing carried out by video link. The court heard that number 72 was linked to a catalogue of incidents of drug dealing and anti-social behaviour. Magistrates […]

The YMCA dulverton group have launched a campaign to find bicycles for the residents currently being supported by the charity.  promoting and helping with independent living is a huge part of the work the 176 year old charity does across Sedgemoor and transport is a significant step towards a young person becoming self sufficient.  If […]

Sedgemoor District Council are asking anyone who is considering a trip to the beach or a beauty spot to be considerate to the local community. There are no safety staff, beach wardens or lifeguards on duty and social distancing measures continue to apply.  The majority of visitor facilities remain closed but some toilets are open […]

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