Press releases in October 2019 issued by Mendip District Council.
Earlier this year Mendip District Council's Cabinet, outlined its ambition to develop and deliver solutions that ensure all sections of the local community can live harmoniously and feel welcome.
The prospect of an arts and culture centre of regional significance being built in Frome, just took a step closer, thanks to Mendip District Council.
As we get more information about whether the UK will secure a deal, extend the transition period or enter into a no-deal scenario, Mendip District Council is adapting services to support businesses.
Create Strode is a uniquely-designed Workspace Hub that will be delivered in partnership with Mendip District Council and Strode College with the aim of supporting local small-scale enterprises and encouraging strong links between business and education.
On a chilly Saturday morning on 12 October, 11 members of staff from Mendip District Council gathered at Mells Cricket Club in preparation to take part in the Mells 10k.
On World Mental Health Day, last week, the council hosted a Health and Mind Matters Event in partnership with Job Centre Plus. The event offered the council the perfect opportunity to re-launch the Mendip's Mental Health and Wellbeing Champions.
Approximately 1 in 4 people in the UK will experience a mental health problem each year so it is very important support is offered and available in our community.
Food and farming businesses across Somerset are being given the opportunity to learn more about preparations needed ahead of Brexit at an event later this month.