Press releases in March 2021 issued by Mendip District Council.
With the gradual easing of lockdown rules over the next few weeks, the four district councils in Somerset - Mendip, Sedgemoor, Somerset West and Taunton and South Somerset - have appointed an additional three Covid wardens, bringing the total number up to five that serve all districts. They will be on hand across the area to help council staff make sure that residents and businesses are Covid-safe and to offer help and advice and to help businesses to re-open in a safe manner for shoppers, their staff and customers.
Over £1.3m will be coming into the districts of Sedgemoor, Mendip, Somerset West and Taunton and South Somerset to improve the energy efficiency of social housing and owner-occupied homes in Somerset.
Mendip District Council will take part in a National Day of Reflection on 23rd March (today), to mark the anniversary of the first UK lockdown.
Electric charging points are set to be installed in Mendip District Council-owned car parks for the first time ever - encouraging drivers to switch from fossil-fuelled vehicles, to cleaner electric ones.
On Thursday 6 May residents in Mendip will have their say on who represents them at the Avon and Somerset Police and Crime Commissioner election. The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) is the person who oversees your local police force and ensures they are prioritising what matters to you.
Mendip District Council is to enable the planting of more than 500 trees with the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) Unit.
A pioneering project to make it easier, healthier and safer for Mendip residents to travel across the district, has moved to its next exciting stage.
Plans to return Wells' historic 15th century Bishops Barn and recreation ground back to the local community have taken a significant step forward.