June 2019

Press releases in June 2019 issued by Mendip District Council.

An image relating to Mendip flying the rainbow flag in support of Pride!
For the first time Mendip District Council are flying the rainbow flag at its head office to coincide with LGBT+ Pride month.
An image relating to Wells Market to host the Young Traders Market South West Regional Final 2019
Wells Market has been selected to host this year's Young Traders Market South West Regional Final on Thursday 25 July 2019.
An image relating to Review of polling districts and polling places in Mendip
Mendip District Council is asking residents for their opinion of the polling stations across Mendip.
An image relating to Recycling out early for Glastonbury Festival
Residents near Glastonbury Festival are being asked to put their recycling out early to ensure smooth collections as the event returns after a year off.
An image relating to Council's approach to commercialism is recognised as 'stand out'
Mendip District Council has been recognised as 'stand out' by the Local Government Association (LGA) for their work on commercialism.
An image relating to Dad's day out in market town!
Looking to keep your dad happy this father's day? The team behind the monthly Sunday market think they have the answer.
An image relating to Council Chair welcomes 'Sen.se-Sational' shop that has popped up in Mendip
A new pop-up shop has opened in Mendip, the 'Sen.se-Sational' shop gives young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities work experience and a chance to showcase the quality range of enterprise products they make.
An image relating to Staff help Chief Executive to get on his bike during #BikeWeekUK for Charity
Mendip District Council's charity of the year partnership, is set for a fundraising boost, as the council Chief Executive takes on 100 mile cycle ride to raise money for CLIC Sargent.
A holistic view of the needs of the community in and around Glastonbury is sought by Mendip's new cabinet, as council leader sets out ambition to ensure that all sections of the local community can live harmoniously and feel welcome.
Mendip District Council and its Cabinet are committed to addressing the wider living issues within Glastonbury. Cllr Ros Wyke the new Leader of Mendip District Council has made clear her thoughts on the increasing concerns in Glastonbury about the lack of appropriate living spaces and has set out an ambition to ensure that all sections of the local community can live harmoniously and feel welcome.