Chew Stoke Harvest Home will be taking place on Saturday 9th September from 12 noon on Ogborne Field, (opposite Chew Valley School).
The Placemaking Plan was formally adopted by Full Council on 13th July 2017.
Crime statistics are fairly similar for the last couple of years and as expected are low when compared to busier places like Bath.
We are currently in the process of pre-patching this year’s surface dressing sites ahead of this year’s main surface dressing programme which I have provided along with dates.
Bath & North East Somerset Council is encouraging children aged between 4 and 11 to sign up to this year’s Summer Reading Challenge.
More entrepreneurs and small businesses based in Bath and North East Somerset will now be able to access free business advice.
Bath & North East Somerset Council has combined its local studies and archives collections in a single location at Bath Record Office in the Guildhall, Bath.
Bath & North East Somerset Council wishes to express its sympathy to all those affected by the tragic fire in Grenfell Tower, London.
The Chairman and Members of Chew Stoke Parish Council invite Parishioners to attend the Annual Parish Meeting.
Bath & North East Somerset Council is warning residents about the dangers of fidget spinners, after its Trading Standards team seized nearly 300 spinners from shops and stalls in Bath.