Mendip's Tourism Strategy - Mendip Matters - 22nd September

We live in a most beautiful part of the world – you have heard me say that many times! Little wonder people want to visit Mendip. We have so much to shout about. The rich, unique, natural landscapes of the Mendip Hills and all they have to offer, is just one example. A delight for walkers, cavers...

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Changes afoot in local government - Mendip Matters - 15th September

When it comes to how local governments work for their residents in Somerset in the coming years, there are changes afoot. The four district councils and the county council will be abolished, and a new unitary authority will be set up to cover the whole of the county in April 2023. There’s a lot t...

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At The Heart of Communities - Mendip Matters - 8th September 21

The Covid pandemic brought residents and local organisations closer. People reached out, and pulled together. Something seemed to switch. No longer was there a focus on ‘individuals’. It was all about ‘community’. I witnessed that first-hand. Parish Councils, and those who serve on them, certainl...

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