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Somerset County Council’s current volunteer drivers are in need of new recruits, to support the NHS and the Council in ensuring patients get the care and treatment that they need.

Its an  ideal opportunity for anybody over 18 with a full UK driving licence and four-door car to do something for their community; especially those who enjoy driving and meeting new people. Patients appreciate the opportunity to chat to their drivers, since some live in socially or geographically isolated situations.

Find out more at: or call 01823 359200 to make a difference in your community.

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The Rural Services Network 

We are hoping you could feature the adjacent poster prominently in your community to help your local residents complete the survey. Places such as town and village bulletin boards, town and village halls, community shops and local food banks'



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New Leader and Executive confirmed at Somerset County Council

Liberal Democrat Councillor Bill Revans was confirmed as Leader of the Council and announced that Cllr Liz Leyshon will take on the role of Deputy Leader.



A new GP community pharmacy consultation service (CPCS) is being rolled out across Somerset to help patients with a range of minor conditions, such as skin rashes, aches and pains, access quicker treatment via their local community pharmacist.

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Are you struggling to provide for your needs or those of your family? Perhaps you have a friend or neighbour who might benefit.

The J A F Luttrell Charity is a local charity which can help all ages who need assistance in times of difficulty.

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I’d like to start this review of our Parish Council’s activity over the past year by thanking all the volunteer councillors who take time to attend meetings, read documents and support and drive many things that concern and have an impact in our village. .... read more

The 2023 Boundary Review – Initial Proposals for new Parliamentary constituency boundaries

The Boundary Commission for England has today published its initial proposals for new constituency boundaries. The proposals and maps for the nine English regions have been published on the website today. The eight-week public consultation period has commenced. This will be the first time the public will get a chance to see what their new constituencies might look like, and give the Commission their views on the proposals.


For the 2023 Review, the Commission is promoting use of a specifically-designed consultation website as the primary tool for displaying our proposals, and receiving comments on them. This is available at

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. 


The Public Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) Accessibility Regulations 2018.

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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.

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2nd & 4th Tuesday

of the month  

10.30-12 noon


Chilton Polden

Church Hall 


Chilton Polden Parish Clerk

Tim Hayne T. 07900 242 114


Parish Council Meetings are
held every Second Wednesday of each month at Chilton Polden Church Hall and open to any parishioners wishing to attend. 

Calling all village groups 

and organisations

To get your village news, events, activities posted onto the website. Email your requests to

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Its easier to find local Jobcentre Plus offices, benefits & employment information

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