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Trading Standards have made Avon and Somerset police aware that there are companies causing concerns in Somerset. These often have representatives in the area cold calling at houses.
They vary in what they are offering. Some suggest they can handle compensation claims or talk about cavity wall insulation. Callers can be offering to provide garden services, selling goods etc. Read More »
Congresbury’s influential action group CRAG is calling on residents to stand up to another speculative development scheme. This time it’s an appeal by Strongvox to build 24 houses on a green field site off Brinsea Road.
The site, opposite the field where Barratts suffered a notable defeat two years ago, is unsuitable for homes for many of the same reasons: it is not within easy walking distance from village services, and would therefore promote more use of cars; part of the field is subject to flooding and there are objections on the grounds of highway width.
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Shop assistant Seanna Moore has received a police bravery award after tackling two robbers in Congresbury Village Store.
Seanna, who won the Waley-Cohen award, was presented with a certificate and engraved Bristol Blue Glass paperweight at a ceremony in Clevedon last week.
She was working in the Village Store at 5pm on February 7th and popped out to get change from the nearby Post Office.
When she returned, she spotted two men, one behind the counter, and the other with a green garden waste bag. They wore dark clothing and balaclavas.
North Somerset Rural Business Forum is a non profit making organisation open to all those involved in, and with an interest in progressive rural business. We meet on the third Thursday of the winter months.
The second meeting of the season is on November 16th when we welcome Richard Williamson as our guest speaker. Richard is Managing Director of Beeswax Dyson Farming. The company has four farms in the UK with sustainable farming as its core value, employs more than 90 staff and is owned by James Dyson.
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