Category: community

Somerset County Council Coronavirus Update

The current government advice is for everyone to stay at home and limit their contact with others. This means only going outside for food, health reasons or essential work. If you must go outside you should stay 2 metres away from other people and wash your hands in warm, soapy water as soon as you […]

Bridgwater in Lockdown

Following the Governments imposition of strict new measures to tackle the spread of coronavirus Bridgwater, Sedgemoor and Somerset Councils have moved today to a state of lockdown. Measures introduced include a ban on public gatherings of more than two people, leaving home only to exercise once a day, travelling to and from work where absolutely […]

Bridgwater Town Council Votes Through Emergency Powers

At a meeting on Friday 20th March 2020,which lasted all of 10 minutes, members of Bridgwater Town Council (who weren’t self-isolating or closing down their businesses in line with Government instructions) met to vote through Emergency Measures which included the closing down of Council offices and approving emergency powers to Town Clerk, David Mears, in […]

Rough Sleeping hits new records – so what are we doing about it?

There was a general election just before Christmas. Everybody will have forgotten about it by now. The result was predicted and the outcome was clear. Yet during that election British people must have walked past literally 1,000s of people sleeping rough on the streets of their towns and cities and thought ‘Fair enough that’.  Those […]

Nominations for Bridgwater Cup Now Open

Do you know someone who deserves to be recognised for their work trying to make Bridgwater  a better place during the past 12 months ? Well, if so then why not nominate them for the Bridgwater Cup!  The prestigious cup, which was made in London in 1768, is made of silver gilt and is awarded each […]