November 2019

Press releases in November 2019 issued by Mendip District Council.

An image relating to Mendip to plant 100 trees in Wells wood
Mendip District Council has announced it's to plant 100 trees to tackle climate change, encourage wildlife and enhance the local environment.
An image relating to Action stations: Council reminds residents to check polling venues before big day
Mendip District Council is urging people to check their polling cards carefully, as their normal polling stations may not be operating this time around.
An image relating to Market magic in Wells this Christmas Eve
Wells Market rounds off a fantastic year with a Christmas Eve shopper's special!
An image relating to Democracy drive: Council calls for greater transport scheme transparency
Mendip District Council is leading calls to address transport issues in the region and keep communities informed about major road-building projects.
An image relating to Experience a mega-market in Wells this Christmas!
Christmas comes to Wells on the 14th and 21st December. It's seasonal shopping at its best - with a mega-market of up to 130 stalls.
An image relating to All your Christmas collections and recycling site openings
Festive waste collections will be two days later after Christmas, including Friday collections on Sunday, and one day later after New Year, Somerset Waste Partnership (SWP) has announced.
Somerset County Council and the Peninsula Transport Board have put forward high-level schemes to tackle transport issues across the whole of the South West.
An image relating to Glastonbury Town Deal: Mendip District Council to lead multi-million regeneration scheme
Glastonbury is set for a boost following the Government's announcement that Mendip District Council is to act as the lead authority in pioneering plans to transform the town centre, as part of its Town Deal initiative.
An image relating to Climate Emergency drop-ins rescheduled
Following the announcement of a December General Election, the public events organised to discuss a Somerset Climate Emergency strategy have been moved to the New Year