• Councillor Surgeries

    Councillor Surgeries

    Midsomer Norton Town Council will be holding surgeries in the new year. The surgeries will be either before the Town Meetings on the first Monday of the month or on the first Saturday morning in the months there are no Town Meeting. The first surgery is on Saturday 4th January at 9.00-10. Councillors will be available to listen to your views and issues affecting Midsomer Norton and our residents. No appointment is necessary.
  • Christmas Social

    Christmas Social

    A great was had by all at the Christmas Social. For the ninth year in a row Midsomer Norton Town Council have supplied the town with a party to remember. A big thank you to all our volunteers who made the afternoon a roaring success.
  • Christmas Cinema a Success!

    Christmas Cinema a Success!

    Midsomer Norton Town Council held their first ever free children's Christmas cinema night on Thursday 12th December. 22 teenagers attended and had a great time being entertained by the screening of Elf. They enjoyed ice-cream, popcorn and a drink and were each given a selection box at the end of the evening.
  • Children’s Christmas Party

    Children’s Christmas Party

    Midsomer Norton Town Council FREE Children’s Christmas Party 2019 The very first free Children’s Christmas Party hosted by Midsomer Norton Town Council took place on Sunday 8th December 2019, between 3 – 5pm. The party for children of Midsomer Norton aged between 5 and 11 years was held at the Somer Centre, Gullock Tyning, Midsomer Norton. Entertainment was provided by DJ Glyn and Rocky’s Magic Parties. Always a hit with the youngsters - DJ Glyn soon had the children up and playing games. They had a fantastic time dancing along to the disco, playing with bubbles, and being entertained by some amazing magic tricks and balloon modelling. There were further activities provided by staff and volunteers from Off the Record, Bath. They provided some wonderful face painting, which the children loved. The children were also kept entertained making festive hats and glasses which they thoroughly enjoyed. There was something for everyone to enjoy and take part in. There was also a quiet area for any child that needed a bit of time out and here they could play board games with their friends. Halfway through the party the children helped themselves to some of the plentiful party food and drinks. Afterwards, there were more fun and games and activities to get back to. The afternoon was finally rounded off with a very special visit from Father Christmas and one of his Elves who gave each of the children a Christmas selection box to take away with them. We received some wonderful comments from parents at the end of the party which were lovely to receive. We have also had a lovely comment on our Facebook page from a local resident saying: “Just want to say thank you so much for the kids party earlier, my two really enjoyed it . It was well organised and the crafts were an extra bonus as I couldn’t pull my two away . Glynn was fab as always and obviously it was so kind of Santa to pop in. What a wonderful thing for local Residents. Thanks again and merry Christmas 🎄” Midsomer Norton Town Council would like to thank all of the children and parents that came for making the party a success! We hope they all enjoyed themselves and we look forward to making this an annual event! Midsomer Norton Town Council would also like to thank the following people and organisations for their very kind donations and contributions: • Councillor Michael Moxham for a Christmas cake made by Marg Elliot • A member of the public who wished to remain anonymous - £50 • Lidl for Christmas crackers • Sainsbury’s for a £20 gift card • Tesco for 140 Christmas selection boxes • The Entertainer for a £15 gift card • Wetherspoons for a Christmas tree and decorations plus 3 gift cards

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.