• Covid-19 Preventative Behaviour and Symptoms Study

    Dr Richard Clarke from Southampton University is looking for people to take part in a study he is carrying out on Covid. Dr Clarke works with the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) funded research project based at the University of Southampton, and they are looking to recruit members of the public to take part […]

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  • Covid Support Continues During National Restrictions

    Work at the Council to support our residents and businesses continues at a fast pace as we reach what everyone hopes is the half way point of the latest set of national restrictions. While our leisure centres closed, our market was reduced to essentials only, and some of the non urgent repairs for our tenants had to be […]

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  • Financial help in your local area

    If your income has changed and you are struggling to pay for basic household essentials., money is available via local District Councils to provide small emergency grants to people in financial hardship as a result of COVID-19.   The funds can be used for different things such as access to emergency short term support through […]

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  • Survey work being carried out by Gigaclear

    We have been informed that a company called Gigaclear will have people in our area doing survey work in the coming weeks. To find out more about the Company, and what they will be doing in the area, please click here

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  • CONNECTING THE CULM FORUM LAUNCH – 4.30 – 6.30pm, 18 November 2020

      To Register for free, please click here

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  • Help available to pay for basic household essentials

    The impact of the coronavirus pandemic is continuing to put a huge financial strain on some people. Employment situations are changing rapidly and for some their income now no longer covers what they need, or they have lost their jobs completely.  Help is available. If you, or someone you know, is worrying about money and how […]

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  • Council Set to Trial New Waste Collections and Boost Recycling

    Members of the Council have taken a step towards trialling a new waste collection schedule. On Tuesday, 3 November, Members of the Council’s Environment PDG voted to approve the recommendations to support a new waste collection trial. The recommendation will now be put to the Council’s Cabinet. If approved 1000 households will take part in […]

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  • Scam Warning – Fake PayPal Emails

    Action Fraud is warning people selling items online to be on the lookout for criminals sending fake PayPal emails. Between January 2020 and September 2020, 21,349 crime reports were made to Action Fraud about fake PayPal emails. Victims reported losing a total of £7,891,077.44 during this time. Those targeted included people selling jewellery, furniture and […]

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  • Poppies for Remembrance Day

    Due to Covid, unfortunately, there will be no door to door selling of Poppies this year for Remembrance Day.   To ensure that you are still able to continue to support this great cause, the following places in Willand have agreed to have Poppies available for you to purchase :-   One Stop Esso Station […]

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