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Winter shows announced at the Tropicana

An exciting range of shows will be held at the Tropicana in Weston this winter. Following on from a successful summer theatre season, North Somerset Council and Theatre Orchard have announced that twelve ‘Theatre @ The Bay’ shows will take place at the seafront venue from November to January. Comedy, music, dance and theatre are …
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Council welcomes Hinkley go-ahead

North Somerset Council has welcomed the Government’s decision to give the go-ahead to Hinkley Point C. Cllr Elfan Ap Rees, the council’s deputy leader and executive member for economic development, said: “We have been preparing for Hinkley for a long time and have plans in place to harness the economic benefits and job opportunities it …
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Last chance to have your say

This is the last chance for residents to have their say on the future of library and children’s centre services in a number of local communities across North Somerset. A 12-week public engagement and consultation period on North Somerset Council’s Community Access Review comes to an end on Friday 30 September. Well over 200 responses …
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What do you think of Grove Park?

Local residents and businesses are being asked for their views on Grove Park in Weston-super-Mare. North Somerset Council is carrying out an audit of the park with a view to improving the area and making it a more attractive place for everyone to enjoy. It is keen to get the thoughts of local people on …
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Forget-me-nots go on tour to raise dementia awareness

Following the successful call for donations of knitted and crocheted forget-me-nots by the Alzheimer’s Society earlier this year, an incredible 20,000 knitted flowers were collected from the public and transformed into a large display, first shown on the Grand Pier, Weston, during Dementia Awareness Week in May. The knitted forget-me-nots are now going on a …
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Management plan for Trendlewood Park – have your say

A new management plan for a community park in Nailsea has been put together and local people are being encouraged to have their say. Trendlewood Park in the south east of the town is an important green space providing an extensive space for recreation and is important as a play space for local children, containing …
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Getting roads ready for winter

Roads in North Somerset will be better prepared for winter weather when North Somerset Council’s micro asphalt treatment programme starts later this month. Cllr Elfan Ap Rees, the council’s deputy leader and executive member with responsibility for highways, said: “This is a cost effective way of prolonging the lifespan of a road where the structure …
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Smokers urged to quit

Smokers are being urged to stub out their cigarettes for good and join Stoptober. The 28-day stop smoking campaign from Public Health England encourages and supports smokers across the country to quit for good during October. Last year over a quarter of a million people signed up to Stoptober with more than half making it …
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Empty homes review

As part of the government’s initiative to tackle the national housing shortage, we’re carrying out a review of empty properties in North Somerset. The work is being done by Capacity Grid on our behalf. If you have received a letter from Capacity Grid please update the online records for your address, using the pass code and …
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Calling Clevedon residents – Your town needs you!

What if Clevedon experienced a major emergency such as flooding or a prolonged power cut? If you live in Clevedon are you prepared to help out your town when it needs you most? Community Resilience North Somerset is establishing networks of local volunteers to give communities the skills and capacity to be more self-sufficient and …
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