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Online Book of Condolence and information

It is with great sadness that we have today learnt of the death of The Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip, who served and supported his country over many decades with the upmost dedication and distinction.

Somerset business Start Up sessions

Sedgemoor, along with the other districts and SCCare running a series of business Start Up sessions via Business West open to any Somerset residents looking to set up and run their own new business, each

New representatives wanted for County Council

Members of the public are being invited to apply for roles on a committee which helps to shape the way Somerset County Council operates. There are currently vacancies for three co-opted members on the Council’s

We want you to help us decide!

Somerset County Council has three vacancies to fill on its Constitution and Standards Committee. The main responsibilities relate to updating the Council’s Constitution and the policies and procedures in relation to elected members’ standards of

Town Council grant deadline approaches

The Town council has a budget of £32,300 for grants in 2021/22, which can be distributed to community groups, charities and local organisations. The first of two rounds of applications will be held at the

COVID-19 Grant Fund remains open

The Council has agreed to keep the COVID-19 Grant Fund open to support those in the community as the affects of the pandemic are ongoing. Applications are accepted from constituted and not-for-private-profit voluntary, community and

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Polling cards

Poll cards have been dropping onto doormats ahead of the elections on Thursday, 6th May when residents in Sedgemoor will have their say on who should be the next Avon and Somerset Police and Crime

Free advice on offer for Green start-ups

Somerset’s local authorities are providing free business advice to people wanting to set up their own Green business. The workshops, run by Business West advisers, are fully funded by Somerset County Council and the four

Weekly footfall report

To see last weeks footfall data from Burnham-on-Sea, please click on the link below: Weekly Footfall Burnham-on-Sea Wk13 Yr2021

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Pick up the poo or pick up a fine

Six fixed penalty notices have been recently issued by our dog wardens on Sedgemoor’s beaches after complaints that walkers were ignoring the signs about banned areas as well as the general messages about picking up

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Community Renewal Fund – Somerset

The government launched this new funding opportunity at the budget in March.  The funding runs for one year and is intended to be the pre-curser to the Shared Prosperity Fund which will be launched in

Weekly footfall report

To see last weeks footfall data from Burnham-on-Sea, please click on the link below: Weekly Footfall Burnham-on-Sea Wk12 Yr2021

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Sedgemoor’s resorts

The beach wardens on Sedgemoor’s beaches returned to the sands on Monday and are doing two days refresher and update training –  and will be ready to welcome visitors from Thursday in time for the

Sparkling Sedgemoor

Our Clean Surroundings and Parks Teams are out and about, sprucing up the district in readiness for residents to enjoy as and when government guidelines allow.  Our garage and workshop at the Colley Lane depot

Weekly footfall report

To see last weeks footfall data from Burnham-on-Sea, please click on the link below: Weekly Footfall Burnham-on-Sea Wk11 Yr2021

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Sports Funding for Sedgemoor

Hot on the heels of recent announcements in the national budget, comes more good news for Sedgemoor residents, in that three leisure and swimming pools have been awarded £260,000 from Sport England’s National Leisure Recovery

£1.3m funding for energy efficiency

Somerset to improve the energy efficiency of social housing and owner-occupied homes in Somerset. The District Councils have successfully bid for the Government funding bid which will enable improvements to be made to 165 social

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The Mayor Councillor Mike Facey said “It was with sadness that Burnham-on-Sea and Highbridge Town Council learnt of the death of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.”

The flags in the towns of Burnham and Highbridge will be flown at half-mast during this time of national mourning.

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