The Avon & Somerset Police Rural Affairs Unit is receiving numerous reports of livestock worrying. It reminds dog-owners to act responsibly when walking in the countryside. Livestock worrying is a criminal offence: it does not require livestock to be injured, allowing a dog to be out of control around livestock is an offence. The impact [...]
Thank you to everyone who supports our village phone box library by donating books and games. It is a very valued village resource. Please leave the floor clear so that people can get to the newspapers. If the shelves are full, the charity shops in Portishead would be very happy to take donations of books. [...]
The Parish Council is keen to improve the internet speed and stability in the village, which are currently amongst the least good in the country. It is looking for residents' help, initially through notification of speed, and indications of interest in improvement. Please see the attached flyer (which is also being delivered to each household). [...]
The village's Book of Condolence for Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has been sent to North Somerset Council to be archived with others from across the county. Many thanks to Portishead Funeral Services for providing the book, and The Black Horse for hosting it so appropriately.
North Somerset Council has published a leaflet to provide support and information for those worrying about money.
For information about North Somerset Council's rubbish, garden waste and recycling collections, please see the "Recycling and Rubbish Collections" page on the NSC website, where you can also check your next scheduled collection date, check on missed collections, and report problems.
North Somerset Council (NSC) is looking to train volunteers as "master composters" to educate friends, neighbours and the local community in composting. If you'd like to find out more, please visit the NSC website.
The late Mr David Hounsell, a most diligent village historian, prepared a booklet about our village war memorial and those who served during the two World Wars
Information about North Somerset Council's Local Plan 2038 is available on its website.
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