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Draft Joint Local Transport Plan 4 consultation

Draft Joint Local Transport Plan 4 consultation

Making a Difference Award 2018

Making a Difference Awards 2018
The Mayor of Radstock Councillor Rupert Bevan welcomed over fifty guests to a civic reception which preceded the Town Council’s 6th Making a Difference Award which continues to acknowledge and recognise the huge contributions many individuals make to the well-being and benefit of Radstock.
Councillor Elizabeth Derl-Davis honoured past winners of the Town Councils Making a Difference Awards before announcing this years winners which saw Angus Hooper awarded the Making a Difference Award.  Angus has been a long standing member of Radstock in Bloom and has for many years cared for Haydon community gardens, Trinity Methodist Church Gardens and other community projects.  Angus has led a supportive and happy group of community volunteers who have assisted him over many years.
Maggie Blake’s nomination recognised her work with the Clandown Residents Association and her dedication to Swallow Café, St Nicholas Church Centre where she works tirelessly baking bread, collecting donations and offering outstanding pastoral care.
The Youth Award went to Amy Rowe from Clandown who was nominated for her genuine and determined ambition to share the physical and psychological benefits of street dance with other young people in the Norton Radstock area.  
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Singing for the Brain

As part of its commitment to becoming a Dementia Friendly Community, Radstock Town Council is continuing to support the Singing for the Brain group for people living with dementia and their carers. Singing for the Brain is a programme developed by the Alzheimer's Society for people with memory problems. It promotes communication through singing which can help with speech, concentration, focus and motivation. The group offers valuable social opportunities and the emphasis is on relaxation, participation and fun and all new members are very warmly welcomed. 
The Council is proud to support such a valuable activity and are keen to press ahead with other initiatives.
The group meet every other Thursday 2.00 to 3.30pm at Writhlington Village Hall and the activity is free of charge, but with a suggested donation of £2. To find out more about attending Singing for the Brain, please call 01225 396 678 or call the group’s co-ordinator Cecilia on 07795 344 936 



Good Luck Radstock in Bloom

Good Luck "Radstock in Bloom"


Cupcake Day for Alzheimer's

Radstock Town Council in partnership with Trinity Methodist Church hosted its first ever Cupcake Day, successfully raising £200 for Alzheimer's.

There was an abundance of cupcakes which sold like hold cakes to make the impressive total

Neighbourhood Plan


Do you want to have a say over where new homes, shops and offices are built? Do you want to have an input into the facilities and services on offer in Radstock?
Maybe you want to improve your high street? Or protect your favourite local spaces? Or ensure there is enough infrastructure to support new homes and residents?
Neighbourhood Planning could be right up your street.

What is a neighbourhood plan?

A neighbourhood plan is an important document with real legal force, it is:
• A document that sets out planning policies for the neighbourhood area, which are then used to decide whether to approve planning applications
• Written by the local community, the people who know and love the area, rather than the Local Planning Authority
• A powerful tool to ensure the community gets the right types of development, in the right place.

Local people can create a plan that allows them to develop planning policies that reflect the priorities of their area and have real legal weight. The whole community then decides at a referendum vote whether the local authority should bring the plan into force.
The Town Council has expressed its interest in completing a Neighbourhood Plan for Radstock and is seeking the views of the community and interested residents to join a Steering Group.

How can you get involved?

The Town Council has arranged to include Neighbourhood Planning as part of the Annual Town Meeting - to provide information on Neighbourhood Planning, begin to identify the key issues in the town and recruit members to the Neighbourhood Planning Steering Group. It has also prepared an initial questionnaire to seek your views on Radstock, which can be downloaded below or contact the office for further information.

Please come along to the Trinity Methodist Church, Radstock to find out more:

Monday 21st May 2018 – from 7.15 pm
Refreshments will be available

If you are interested in finding out more please contact
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Would you be interested in joining the Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group ?

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Blossom is Blooming in the Community Orchard

Midsomer Norton & Radstock Community Service Vehicle Trust

Midsomer Norton & Radstock Community Service Vehicle Trust
Are you a group of people that have difficulty in getting around without the assistance of a vehicle and driver, i.e. elderly, disabled or need of help on and off a bus?
Then the Local Community Mini Bus, could be what you are looking for!
Founded in April 1967, the bus was commissioned to enable the elderly, disabled, and small groups of the public, who found difficulty in getting to and from their houses, to go to their Lunch Clubs, Church Services, outings etc. without worry! This, in turn, helped them to feel part of society, and not to miss out on events around the area.
If you would like to know more, or would like to use the Mini Bus, or perhaps become a volunteer driver!
Please contact our
Co-ordinator Mrs Debbie Gunfield on 01761 416910 for information, or our Transport Manager Mr Nick Rogers on 01761 413872. 
Registered Charity No. 276166.

Grants 2018

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