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|Date||Mon 11 Jun 2018|
|Application Type||Planning (retrospective)|
|Development||Installation of extraction system (retrospective)|
St Andrews CE Primary School is looking for a caretaker to work 18.75 hours per week, with an All Year Round Contract: Permanent Salary: JG2, £16,863 – £17,391 pro rata. Actual Salary: £8,545 – £8,813. Please click here for more details.
With the World Cup having kicked off today, we’re encouraging people to drink responsibly while enjoying the football. We want everyone to have fun throughout the tournament but unfortunately it can lead to drink-related violence, anti-social behaviour.
We’re raising awareness of these issues to stress the importance of drinking responsibly, the risks of not doing so, and also to encourage people to report if they are the victim of domestic abuse or other offences.
As part of our drink driving campaign Operation Tonic, we’re reminding those watching evening matches to make sure they don’t drive the next morning if they have been drinking heavily the night before as they may still be over the limit. We will be running additional high visibility and covert patrols aimed at targeting drink and drug drivers throughout the tournament.
There is an event on Thursday 14th June in the Old School Rooms from 4-8pm run by Bristol Airport to gather views on their master plan. The consultation team will provide an update on the preparation of the Master Plan, including a summary of feedback from previous consultation, the latest thinking, and their ambitions for the future. Bristol Airport staff will be on hand to explain how they aim to give more certainty, particularly with respect to setting out the next step in their phased approach to growth. Further information is available at; https://consultation.bristolairport.co.uk/bristol-airport/your-airport-your-views-towards-2050/
|Date||Thu 31 May 2018|
|Application Type||Full Planning Permission|
The latest Neighbourhood Watch newsletter for Somerset has now been issued. To read it please click here
Congresbury’s new village hall project team is looking to raise up to £400,000 from villagers as the scheme enters its critical fund-raising stage.
At this stage, the community and sports club members are being asked to make a ‘pledge’ – a non-binding promise that at a later date they will invest in Community Shares or donate through a ‘buy a brick’ scheme.
The target is to raise an optimum of £400,000 with an absolute minimum of £250,000, explained Ian Sheppard on behalf of the project team. Read More »