J A F LUTTRELL MEMORIAL CHARITY GRANTS
In these challenging times the charity is dispensing with the closing date for applications and will consider requests as they arise.
For an application form for grants contact:
Mrs A Auld, Clerk to the Trustees,
West Close, Church Road, Edington, Somerset, TA7 9JT.
Please let us know how you heard about us
The Public Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) Accessibility Regulations 2018.
This website is under review at this present time and will be revised and or amended to reflect the current Website Accessibility Requirements A.S.A.P.
Recycling sites switch to winter hours on 1 October
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.
PARISH COUNCIL MEETINGS DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC
During the Coronavirus Pandemic all Parish Council meetings will be carried out using using electronic zoom meetings between all the Councillors, as agreed with the SALC Business Continuity Motion, until further notice
If any Parishioner has any comments they wish to make on any PLANNING APPLICATION, please contact the Clerk at email@example.com or ring 01278 722577 at least 48 hours before the next Parish Council if they wish to participate in a zoom meeting or DIRECT to the Sedgemoor District Council Planning portal – https://www.sedgemoor.gov.uk/planning_online
quoting the relevant application number
We will endeavour to also post updates on this web site
This procedure will be in place until further notice
The PC will continue to follow SDC & Government guidelines and will continue to use the Business Continuity Process and hold meetings by email. Parishioners are encouraged to keep advised with local advice by visiting: https://www.sedgemoor.gov.uk/coronavirus or calling the Somerset Coronavirus SupportHelpline on 0300 790 6275 or to contactthe PC by email
Dog owners are reminded of their social and legal responsibilities to clean up dog faeces, and to dispose of the bags in their home wheelie bins or the four public bins in the village. In addition to being unsightly, smelly and unpleasant, dog faeces carry diseases that affect livestock & humans.
The Parish Council have written to SDC – Dog Warden Services – to ask for regular visits – where instant fines will be implemented.
Chilton Polden Parish Clerk
T. 01278 722 577