Press releases in September 2020 issued by Mendip District Council.
The Green Homes Grant scheme will open on Wednesday (30 September) for Mendip residents to apply for vouchers worth thousands of pounds to make homes more energy efficient.
Glastonbury town has received excellent news today. In early August, the Glastonbury Town Deal Board submitted proposals to make use of £500k of funding that was made available to address issues arising from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Stronger Somerset promises better health and care for residents with a new Adult Health and Care Lead appointed
Somerset urgently needs change to ensure our communities gain greater control over the things that matter to them, services improve and a better quality of life for everyone.
Board urges people to follow government guidelines as Mendip sees increase in positive coronavirus cases
The Somerset Local Outbreak Engagement Board is urging people in the Mendip area to stay vigilant after a significant rise in positive coronavirus cases. Although the rates of infection remain low in Somerset as a whole, there is an increase in numbers in the county with more cases emerging in Mendip.
Every one of Somerset's 16 recycling sites will go over to their winter timetables from Thursday 1 October, with weekday opening hours of 9am to 5pm while weekends remain 9am to 4pm.
Those who live, work and visit Wells will be delighted to discover the city's popular leisure facilities are opening their doors again today (Monday 14th September).
Mendip District Council's COVID-spend topped £57 million - providing a lifeline to residents and local businesses during the crisis.
Mendip District Council is to appoint a full-time, specialist housing advisor to work directly with roadside communities to support suitable accommodation solutions.