February 2020

Press releases in February 2020 issued by Mendip District Council.

An image relating to Mendip sets a 'value-for-money' balanced budget
Frontline services protected; a £50m boost for regeneration across the district; and all within a council tax rise of £5 - that's Mendip's value-for-money budget.
An image relating to Mendip marks climate milestone with a great green giveaway
Mendip District Council is to gift all its staff and councillors two trees each.
An image relating to Vaping banned in Mendip taxis
The use of vaping devices has been banned in all Mendip District Council licensed taxis and private hire vehicles.
An image relating to Businesses in Mendip - it's time to celebrate your success
The 2020 Mendip Business Awards are open and some healthy competition is anticipated as entrepreneurs and local businesses line up to enter.
An image relating to Have your say on Somerset's Climate Strategy
Mendip's residents, businesses and visitors are being invited to have their say on the creation of Somerset's first Climate Emergency Strategy.
An image relating to Community views and Board members sought for multi-million Glastonbury Town Deal vision
Glastonbury residents and community representatives are being invited to step-up and have their say on the town's future.
Representatives from Mendip District Council were proud to attend a climate conference in Wells, packed with primary and secondary school pupils from across Somerset.
An image relating to Mendip publish first-ever carbon emissions report
A comprehensive assessment of current carbon emissions in Mendip has been carried out by the District Council.
An image relating to Talks underway to hand Recreation Ground and Bishops Barn back to Wells
Mendip District Council have begun transfer talks with their City Council colleagues in Wells to hand back the Bishops Barn and Recreation Ground facilities.