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6am hot weather start for waste collections

With the continuing hot weather, Somerset Waste Partnership and their collections contractor Kier have agreed that all waste collections from now on will start at the earlier time of 6am to help ease the pressure on crews and vehicles. The

Vacancy on the Parish Council

CROWCOMBE PARISH COUNCIL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Casual Vacancy has occurred in the office of Councillor on the Crowcombe Parish Council. Unless ten electors for the Parish give notice in writing by Tuesday 17th day of July, 2018

Bug Hotel Vandalised!

Bug Hotel Vandalised! Unfortunately, it has to be reported that the ‘Bug Hotel’ in the children’s play area was destroyed on or around the 18th May. This wanton act of vandalism has both destroyed a valuable creepy crawly habitat and

Notice of the temporary closure of Water Lane

TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE WATER LANE, CROWCOMBE Somerset County Council as the Highway Authority have received an application for the temporary closure of Water Lane from Crestmoor Contrustruction. This road will be closed from 14 May 2018 and is expected to

Annual Assembly for the Parish of Crowcombe

Crowcombe Parish Council warmly invites all local electors in the parish to attend The Annual Assembly for the Parish of Crowcombe Sunday 15th April 2018 at Church House, Crowcombe The event will commence with tea and coffee being served from

Road closed – cattle grid at Friarn

The County Council has closed the road between Dead Womean’s Ditch and Bincombe Cross for 2-3 weeks.  The cattle grid is damaged and the council is waiting for parts needed for its repair.

Somerset Highways Guide to Winter Services

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Recycling & Refuse Collections-bank holiday changes

Crowcombe Road closure – 3 days from 20th November

All traffic will be prohibited from proceeding along Crowcombe Road from the eastern boundary of the property named Borough Cottage, north-westwards for a distance of 40 metres. This closure will enable Wessex Water to carry out new connection works in

Lost dog

You may have seen the posters around the Quantocks and neighbouring villages about Sophie, the elderly spaniel who was lost on Cothelstone Hill.  Her owners are asking everyone to keep an eye out for her and sent this to me:

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