Our Objective in designing this website was twofold. Firstly The Parish Council wanted to create a website that informed all parishioners and interested parties of the work of the council and to make more readily available public documents which had previously only been available as hard copies upon request.
Secondly, we wanted to create a wider community site where organisations within the parish could also provide information about the work that they undertake. We hope that this section of the website will grow and provide feedback to the parish council and inform future decisions to be made.
We also hope that organisations within the parish will find it a useful resource to enable them to broadcast the voluntary work that they are undertaking within the community.
If you would like your village organisation to be included within the website please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The website was created under the direction of a sub committee of The Parish Council, I should like to thank the committee for their hard work in creating what I hope parishioners will find a useful resource.
All parishioners in the villages of East Brent, Rooksbridge and Edingworth are stakeholders in our community and we would welcome comments on how we can improve the website.
Please email The Clerk at email@example.com with any feedback that you might have.
I do hope that you find our website helpfull and informative.
Chairman, East Brent Parish Council.
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From: Jackie Swabey <JSwabey@somerset.gov.uk>
Sent: 16 October 2018 15:07
Subject: Recommendations for the Libraries Service Redesign decision
To All Parish/Town Clerks in Somerset
Dear Sir / Madam
I write to advise you that the recommendations for the Somerset Libraries Service Redesign decision have been published today. (16 October 2018)
It shows 19 existing library buildings are recommended to be retained by Somerset County Council.
For the remaining 15 library buildings, Somerset County Council would seek to develop ‘Community Library Partnerships’ (CLPs) where communities would support library buildings in partnership with the County Council.
Where this proves not to be possible, library buildings would close and alternative means of delivering library services in communities such as outreach services and/or mobile library stops would be implemented.
The 19 libraries where services are recommended to remain the same are: Bridgwater town centre, Burnham-on-Sea, Chard, Cheddar, Crewkerne, Dulverton, Frome, Glastonbury, Ilminster, Langport, Martock, Minehead, Shepton Mallet (likely to move to a new location, which would be determined next year), Taunton town centre, Wellington, Wells, Williton, Wincanton and Yeovil town centre.
(This includes the seven libraries that were earmarked for potential change in this year’s consultation but are now recommended to remain Somerset County Council operated libraries: Cheddar, Crewkerne, Dulverton, Ilminster, Martock, Shepton Mallet and Wellington.)
The remaining 15 communities are: Bishops Lydeard, Bruton, Castle Cary, Highbridge, Milborne Port, Nether Stowey, North Petherton, Porlock (with the aim to continue their existing Community Library Partnership in its present format), Priorswood (Taunton), Somerton, Street, South Petherton, Sunningdale (Yeovil), Watchet and Wiveliscombe.
The recommendation report will go to Scrutiny Committee for Policy and Place on 24 October before Cabinet will make a final decision on 5 November. If approved, implementation would start from January 2019.
For a link to the full recommendation report, please click:
Further details about the library services redesign, including further information on Community Library Partnerships, and other background documents are being uploaded this afternoon please click www.somersetlibraries.co.uk/redesign/ after 4pm today.
If you have an questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Officer – Library Services
Somerset County Council
B2E County Hall, Taunton, TA1 4DY
( 01823 359601
SOMERSET COUNTY COUNCIL
DISTRICT OF SEDGEMOOR
PARISHES OF LYMPSHAM AND BRENT KNOLL
Temporary Closure of West Road TAKE NOTICE that in pursuance of Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984, as amended by the Road Traffic (Temporary Restrictions) Act 1991, the County Council of Somerset propose to make an Order PROHIBITING ALL TRAFFIC from proceeding along West Road from the junction with South Road to the junction with Burton Row, a distance of 1912 metres. This order will enable Telent Infrastructure Services on behalf of Gigaclear to undertake duct installation works in this road. The Order becomes effective on 08 October 2018 and will remain in force for eighteen months. The works are expected to last for 12 days (including the weekend). Please visit www.roadworks.org for further information on the alternative route For information about the works being carried out please contact Telent Infrastructure Services on 0800 526015.
Patrick Flaherty Chief Executive
Dated: 18 September 2018