• Support

    Support

    A volunteer group coordinated by B&NES has gone live today. Should anyone be in need of assistance to collect food, medicines, or just want someone to talk to, Compassionate Community can now be contacted by phone - 0300 247 0050. Initially the line will be operated from Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm. See this extract from B&NES press release: "The telephone number is 0300 2470050. Please note the lines will not be open until Monday March 30 and please understand we may experience high call volumes and ask you to bear with us during this time. The Compassionate Community telephone hub will see teams from partners including Virgin Care, Bath & North East Somerset Council and the NHS come together to work with 3SG, who are co-ordinating the efforts of third sector groups and volunteers to help people who are most in need with food, mental health, wellbeing and welfare."
  • Town Park Progress

    Town Park Progress

    Have you seen the entrance to the Town Park? The curved feature walls create a wide, welcoming entrance with views through to the park. They have been built from local white lias stone with lettering spelling out “TOWN PARK” framed in rusting Corten steel, built into the wall. The steel reflects the past industrial nature of the site. The wall also includes a band of black stone as a hint of a coal seam, subtly reflecting the past coal mining history. The planning team at New Leaf worked closely with local historians to create a modern design that celebrates Midsomer Norton’s past and welcomes future generations to enjoy the Town Park.
  • WEST CLEWES PARK IMPROVEMENTS

    WEST CLEWES PARK IMPROVEMENTS

    This year will see the installation of new fencing and a teen shelter at West Clewes Park. The existing wooden fence around the play park will be replaced with bow top metal railings with a green polyester powder coating. Councillors decided that as the shelter in the play park is for the under twelves and their parents, that they would look at purchasing another shelter for outside the area. This has been done and a new youth shelter outside of the play park will be installed shortly. If you have any concerns with vandalism or notice anything you think we should be aware of at West Clewes, or indeed, anywhere else in the Town, please get in touch. All our contact details can be found at www.midsomernortontowncouncil.co.uk.

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.