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At the heart of Somerset’s communitiesCCS (The Community Council for Somerset) is a team of passionate local experts, inspiring and enabling positive change for Somerset’s people, places and enterprises....
How it all began.The tragic death of Billy Abernethy-Hope in 2018, inspired his family to do something positive with all of their grief and saddness. Before Billy died, he came up with the idea of creating a system to support the homeless, avoiding the exchange of money and promoting kindness. The thought of giving cash to someone sleeping rough often deters people from helping, unsure if a donation will be used in a positive way.
The Somerset Disability Engagement service is hosting their next virtual coffee morning on the 1st March 11:00am to 12:30pm.
3 online children’s workshops where you will explore ways to bring plays and ideas to life using scenery, lighting and… your imagination!
As reported on local media, some questions and comments have recently been raised with the town council about the new seafront play area.
Burnham-on-Sea & Highbridge Town Council invites tenders to lease The Princess Theatre and Arts Centre Café Bar.
Looking for something to do with your old Christmas tree? Whether you take it down straight after Christmas Day or like to leave it up to brighten your house as long as possible, the zoo can help recycle your tree! Noah’s Ark Zoo have been using recycled Christmas trees for animal enrichment and food for their animals for several years.
WE NEED YOU! Would you like to be a part of our Chrysalis Butterfly ProjectIn 8 hubs across the County? Wellington, Taunton, Burnham on Sea, Bridgwater, Minehead, Yeovil, Chard, Shepton Mallet/ Glastonbury
Somerset County Council and the NHS are encouraging organisations across Somerset to connect to their local care home with a new digital campaign, #ConnectACareHome.
Somerset Community Foundation (SCF) has launched this year’s Surviving Winter campaign, which encourages people to donate some or all of their Winter Fuel Payment to help local people living in fuel poverty. Any online donations to the campaign made during the week-long Big Give Christmas Challenge - midday Tuesday 1 December to midday Tuesday 8 December - will be doubled! SCF is also delighted to announce that Glastonbury Festival organiser and long-time Surviving Winter supporter Michael Eavis CBE has offered his support for another year.
As the nation is now under further national restrictions encouraging people to stay home, Somerset County Council’s Public Health leaders are asking everyone in the county to pull together to keep coronavirus at bay and support the #StayHomeForSomerset campaign.