• Telephone Box makes its return!

    Telephone Box makes its return!

    A telephone box, adopted by the Town Council, has been restored and arrived back in the town in late June. It has been placed in the Garden of Friendship and will house a permanent exhibition of Sir Giles Gilbert Scott drawings and history. Scott designed the iconic kiosk and was also commissioned to design the Church of the Holy Ghost which was blessed in 1913.
  • Plans for Midsummer Fayre hotting up!

    Plans for Midsummer Fayre hotting up!

    As the weather finally begins to remember that Summer has arrived, plans for the town's Midsummer Fayre on Saturday 11th July 2015 are well advanced. The day will offer things to do and see for all ages such as Maypole dancing, Punch and Judy, a Skate Jam and the traditional town show in which you can enter your finest cooking, handicrafts and art with children's sections as well as a special men's section and the usual open events. An entry form will be available from the Town Hall or can be downloaded from the Community Trust web site
  • Application Submitted to Transform the Town Hall

    Application Submitted to Transform the Town Hall

    Applications for planning permission and listed building consent to transform Midsomer Norton's Victorian Town Hall have been submitted and these will be considered, hopefully in July, by the B&NES Planning Committee. Support from many people around the town has been registered on the planning web site and the Town and Community Trusts are hopeful that they will be able to take this ambitious project forward. This artist's impression shows how the Assembly Room might look.
  • Town Council acquires St Chad’s Well

    Town Council acquires St Chad’s Well

    The Town Council took on the ownership of St Chad's Well in March 2015 after agreeing with the Midsomer Norton Schools Partnership to manage this historic site. Plans to restore the monument, the grotto and the garden surrounding it have been costed and work will begin in the summer.
  • New Councillors for Town Council

    New Councillors for Town Council

    Following the four yearly elections for Town and Parish Councils that took place in parallel with the Parliamentary and Local Authority elections on 7th May 2015, a new Midsomer Norton Town Council held its first meeting on 18th May. Three new faces appear on the Council with Cllrs Luke Barnes, Glyn Davis and Alastair Slade taking up roles along with Cllr Amy Purchase who, having been co-opted early in 2015, will continue in office along with seven of the original Councillors from the Council that was elected in 2011.

Midsomer Norton in Somerset, England is a town located 10 miles south-west of the Spa City of Bath and 10 miles north-east of Wells the smallest city in England.

Midsomer Norton Town Council came into existence in May 2011 as a consequence of the Bath and North East Somerset (Reorganisation of Community Governance) (Norton Radstock) Order 2011. The Council’s vision is of an inclusive community that has pride in Midsomer Norton. Individuals will respect each other and contribute to the well being of the community as a whole.

Midsomer Norton in Somerset, England is a town located 10 miles south-west of the Spa City of Bath and 10 miles north-east of Wells the smallest city in England.

Midsomer Norton Town Council came into existence in May 2011 as a consequence of the Bath and North East Somerset (Reorganisation of Community Governance) (Norton Radstock) Order 2011. The Council’s vision is of an inclusive community that has pride in Midsomer Norton. Individuals will respect each other and contribute to the well being of the community as a whole.