Press releases in June 2020 issued by Mendip District Council.
A new interactive online mapping tool has been launched so people can have their say on temporary walking and cycling measures in Somerset.
There is a new secure future for the open green space at Tor Sport and Leisure in Glastonbury with the dedication of the land as Fields in Trust. This means that leisure, recreation and especially sports uses on the site, will be protected for future generations.
Following the successful reopening of the Wells Wednesday market and Frome and Wells Saturday markets last week, Mendip District Council is getting ready to resume all its weekly market events.
Visitors to Somerset Waste Partnership's recycling centres will find 'shop-style' social distancing arrangements in place over the next week.
Mendip District Council is supporting stallholders with a rent-free offer this summer in a bid to boost businesses and build back confidence in our high streets.
Mendip District Council has been supporting local businesses as high streets prepare to open again on Monday, 15th June. Residents are being encouraged back too, with the promise of safe town centres - and no car parking charges.
As Mendip moves forward from the Coronavirus crisis, the District Council is keen to hear from residents about where they feel it should focus its efforts and priorities.
Some Mendip Markets will return to our high streets from 10th June. It's another sign of Mendip on the move as its villages, towns and city reopen for business, post-COVID-19.
Mendip District Council plans to transform travel across its villages, towns and city by making it easier and safer for residents to get about by bike and on foot.
The District Council has issued £27 million to more than 2,200 eligible local businesses in a bid to get Mendip moving again after a 10-week lockdown.