We are writing to let you know about 2 Transport surveys that are currently being carried out by the Chew Valley Area Forum Climate & Nature Emergency Working Group. The first is for Students in Year 10, 11, 12 & 13 of Chew Valley School to establish how they currently [...]
Ready, steady, census. Households across Chew Stoke will soon be asked to take part in the nationwide survey of housing and the population.
Bath & North East Somerset Council’s new anti-littering campaign ‘Don’t be a tosser’ has reached more communities in the district with further signs having been put up at key hotspots. The campaign, launched at the end of June in response to a significant increase in rubbish left in parks and open [...]
Bath Recycling Centre will reopen on July 18 on Saturdays and Sundays on an appointment-only basis. We aim to return to a seven day-a-week service in the next two weeks as more staff return to work. Bath & North East Somerset Council is underlining that the first step in reopening the Midland [...]
Residents in Bath and North East Somerset are being asked to make sure hedges they own next to pavements are cut back to help pedestrians to social distance. Overgrown hedges, trees and other vegetation can significantly reduce the amount of space available on footways making it difficult for people to [...]
Dine Romero, Leader of Bath & North East Somerset Council said: “I am proud to join our local community in standing in solidarity with the communities affected by the killing of George Floyd. “I know people are hurt and angry, and I will be supporting others at the Black Lives [...]
The most vulnerable people in Bath and North East Somerset will be able to telephone for advice on a range of critical support during the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic when a new community hub launches next week.
This comes in the light of the very clear message from the Government to stay at home to prevent the spread of Coronavirus.
The planning application to expand Bristol Airport has been rejected by North Somerset Council this evening.
Residents across Bath and North East Somerset can pick up reward vouchers to spend in high street stores as part of a new scheme to encourage recycling of small electrical items.