Parish Council Business – March Report

Parish Council business

The first meeting of the New Year was well attended.  Cllr David Huxtable, Somerset County Councillor was in attendance and listened to several complaints from Councillors concerning the ongoing road works in the Wookey area resulting in a lengthy closure of the Wells Road resulting in delays and disruption to workers and the 67 bus users.  He offered to take up the matter with Bristol Water, the main contractor and other Councillors to see if any alterations to the plan could be made.  As I write there have been some amendments to the original planned closure which could see some improvement over the coming weeks.  Some residents of Glanville Road expressed concerns that the recently laid yellow lines had been incorrectly placed.  This would be passed to the Highways Engineer for further consideration.  Members awarded a grant of £1000 to Wedmore Scouts towards the refurbishment of the kitchen at the Wedmore Scout Hut.  This money together with another grant from Sedgemoor would enable the much needed project to proceed.

Annual Parish Assembly

The Annual Parish Assembly takes place in the Masonic Hall on Weds 25th March at 7.30pm.  There is still time to nominate someone or some group to win the henry Butt Trophy.  A decision will be made at the Parish Council meeting on March 18th.

Dog Mess.  Several complaints have been received about the amount of dog mess around the village, particularly around the Memorial Garden in The Borough.  These have been forwarded to the Sedgemoor Dog Warden for attention

Rod Pring, Parish Clerk

Anyone interested should contact the Clerk for more details.

Wedmore Parish Council January minutes

Wedmore Parish Council Website

Wedmore Parish Council,
Grant’s Lane, Wedmore Somerset
BS284EA Telephone 713087,

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