• Notice of Vacancy in Office of Councillor

    Notice of Vacancy in Office of Councillor

    Midsomer Norton Town Council COUNCILLOR VACANCY Notice is given that there is a vacancy for a Town Councillor on Midsomer Norton Town Council. Eligible members of the public (who must be aged 18 or over) are invited to apply for this voluntary position. Applications must be made in writing to the Town Clerk and must include the following: • Full Name, Age and Address; • A short statement (not exceeding 50 words) to assist the Council in deciding the suitability of the applicant; • Any further information that the applicant considers relevant; • The signature of the applicant. Applications must be submitted in hard copy with an original signature by no later than 1.00pm on Friday 15th January 2021 to the address below. It is anticipated that a decision to co-opt the new Member of the Council will be made at a meeting of the Council to be held on Monday 1st February 2021. Donna Ford, Town Clerk Tel: 01761 418701 Midsomer Norton Town Council Email: Town Hall The Island Midsomer Norton BA3 2HQ
  • Parks, Playground and Open Spaces.

    Parks, Playground and Open Spaces.

    Midsomer Norton Town Council will be following Government guidelines and will keep all parks, playgrounds and open spaces open to support our residents’ physical and mental wellbeing. It is important that in doing so, government guidelines are followed and social distancing measures are observed by all. To ensure the safety of everyone and following the Government restrictions the gym at West Clewes will remain closed to reduce the risk of infection, this temporary closure will remain in place for the duration of the restrictions. Latest Guidelines state: You may exercise on your own, with your household or support bubble, or with one person from another household (when on your own). Stay 2 metres apart from anyone not in your household or support bubble.
  • Support

    Support

    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 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."
  • Midsomer Norton High Street Heritage Action Zone

    Midsomer Norton High Street Heritage Action Zone

    The Midsomer Norton High Street HAZ Project will deliver £2m of investment in three project areas through the provision of: A new multi-use Market Square at The Island and improvements to the adjacent Town Hall and shop frontages; Improved pedestrian links to the High Street, particularly from the South Road Car Park; High Street shop frontage and signage improvements. Funding is also allocated to develop and implement sustainable and inclusive activities such as pop-up shops, outdoor markets, community events and business engagement The public consultation for Scheme 1: Midsomer Norton Market Square is taking place between Friday 27th November – Tuesday 29th December 2020 and can be viewed at this web address: https://www.bathnes.gov.uk/services/business/major-projects/historic-england-high-street-heritage-action-zones/midsomer-norton See our Projects page on this website for more information.
  • Reindeer Herd

    Reindeer Herd

    Pictures of some of the finished reindeer made by local children who were lucky enough to win a 'Make a Wooden Reindeer' kit made by Men's Shed and Midsomer Norton Town Council. They make an impressive herd. Thanks to everyone who sent in pictures.

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.