Mendip District Council is backing a national campaign which aims to get half a million people out and about cleaning up their local communities in March 2017.
Mendip is launching a final stage of consultation on an important new planning document which sets out the council's requirements when planning permission is sought for the change of use of a community facility, such as a village shop, pub, community hall or employment site.
A series of free training sessions, workshops and drop-in surgeries being held across Mendip are designed to help local businesses get the most out of the digital age.
Mendip District Council is working in partnership with Weston College and the University of the West of England (UWE) to carry out a Housing and Health survey in Shepton Mallet.
Leading local businessman Roger Saul, the founder of the world-famous Mulberry fashion brand and Kilver Court designer outlet shopping village, is to help launch a new lottery aimed at funding voluntary and community groups in Mendip.
Careful financial planning and innovative decision making means Mendip District Council is able to deliver a balanced budget for 2017/18 in the face of unprecedented financial challenges.
Voluntary and community groups in Mendip are set to benefit from a new lottery which has been established by Mendip District Council and which was officially launched yesterday (Monday 20 February) by leading local businessman, Roger Saul.
Mendip District Council has agreed to support a national campaign which aims to see new public toilet facilities introduced across the country for people with acute physical and learning disabilities.
Join Sustainable Wells Food Group and Somerset Waste Partnership for a free, thought-provoking three-hour session over a cuppa and cake, to take a guilt-free look at the food we waste, why it happens and share helpful habits to reduce our food bills and the cost to the environment.