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08/05/2013 Annual Town Council and Mayor Making New
All are invited to attend this year's Annual Meeting of the Town Council and Mayor Making in the Town Hall on Monday 13th May at 8:00pm. If you haven't ever been to one, it's well worth it!
08/05/2013 Church organist welcomed New
Axbridge Methodist Church is looking for an organist to help cover those times when the current organist can't be there. Anyone interested should contact Edith Channon on 01934 733016. Enquiries are welcome.
The Church has just celebrated its 163rd birthday, and we wish it at least another 163 years!
08/05/2013 2nd reservoir consultation summary New
A summary of the recent consultation about the proposed new reservoir can be read here.
08/04/2013 Axbridge Sea Cadets
The new Axbridge Sea Cadets are now recruiting (although no shillings are on offer!). If you are interested in joining as a cadet, or would like to help out as an adult, then please contact Baz Hamblin on 01934 733939 or 07979994126.
11/03/2013 Axbridge Civic Awards
The 3rd Celebration of Axbridge Community or Civic Service took place on Sunday 24th February in St John the Baptist church in the Square. We are delighted to report that Martin Latham and Robin Goodfellow received their Civic Awards from High Sheriff Silvana Chandler.
This year we also presented a Mayor's Special Award to Tom Adams, who as many will know is a local hero who saved the lives of two youngsters many years ago when they fell through ice on the reservoir.
Photos courtesy of Geoff Dunlop/Kailash will follow in due course.
08/02/2013 New reservoir
Just in case anyone has missed out on Bristol Water's publicity campaign, we are now at the stage of local consultation, and they are seeking your views before 28th February. Have a look at their website for more information and a questionnaire.
05/06/2012 Freeman of Axbridge
The first ever Freeman of Axbridge is Mrs Yvonne Chamberlain, our Town Crier of over 35 years standing. The award was made in recognition of her service to the Town. Congratulations go to Vonnie from all on the Town Council. There are also some pictures here.
19/04/2012 Prickles Hedgehog Rescue
Prickles Hedgehog Rescue rescues, cares for and releases hedgehogs back to the wild. They are a small charity based in Cheddar, and to date have released 400 back to the wild.
If you find a hedgehog in need of more help than you can give it (e.g. if it's caught up in the cricket nets and not easily released), contact them on 07806744772. Email Prickleshedgehogrescue@gmail.com.
14/03/2012 Recycling and Rubbish Collections timetable
Here is the latest timetable for rubbish and recycling collections including the revised dates around Bank Holidays.
28/10/2010 Tessa Munt MP Surgeries
Tessa holds regular 'can we help' advice centres in the ten
largest towns in the constituency; Wells, Shepton Mallet, Glastonbury,
Street, Chilcompton, Cheddar, Wedmore, Burnham on Sea, Highbridge and
Axbridge. Tessa also visits the smaller villages throughout the year.
Tessa's constituency office is located in the centre of the constituency in Wedmore. For more information on Tessa's advice centre dates or when Tessa will next be holding one near you, please call Tessa's office on 01934 710748. It can also be arranged for Tessa to come to your home if you are unable to come to any of her advice centres. www.tessamunt.co.uk
The Office of Tessa Munt MP, The Borough, Wedmore, Somerset, BS28 3EH - email@example.com
04/01/2010 The Axbridge Streets and Parking Improvement Plan
The Axbridge Action Group commissioned a "Streets and Parking Improvement Plan for Axbridge" from Haire Landscape Consultants in October 2008. The Group asked for the support of the Town Council to trial certain of the elements of the plan, and the Town Council suggested that the necessary support of the Town Trust be gained before any decisions were made. This is now being sought, and the in the meantime, a copy of the final report is available to view here.
The improvements being proposed by the Action Group for implementation relate to a) the creation of a pedestrian only area in front of Co-op and the Museum for a trial period, b) the creation of a number of traffic-calming “gateways” in the main through route for a trial period, and c) the extension of the paving of the Square along Meadow Street towards the car-park.
When the view of the Town Trust is known, the proposals will be discussed by the Town Council, so if it's close to your heart, keep an eye on the agendas for the next meetings, which you can always find in the Council pages here, and come along to have your say!
23/03/2007 Conservation Area Planning Guidance
Sedgemoor District Council has published a leaflet covering issues like planning consent for work on buildings within the conservation area. Living in a Conservation Area A Guide for Owners and Occupiers is here to look at or print.
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