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Friday, December 06, 2019
  • Radstock has
    much to offer.

    Nestled on the edge of the Mendips, Radstock has spectacular walking and cycling with quiet lanes and beautiful countryside.
  • Radstock has
    much to offer.

    Home to the Radstock Museum which gives a facinating insight into the varied local history and geology.
  • Radstock has
    much to offer.

    Famous for its orchid collection, Writhlington School, has won numerous awards and houses the largest collection outside of Kew.
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  • Our Pledge to you

    • Provide high standard and cost-effective services to help meet the needs and wishes of local residents.
    • Engage in open dialogue with residents to understand their needs and together, work out how we will address these needs within the resources and powers available to the Town Council.
    • Actively pursue a representational role.
    • Assist, encourage and empower groups and individuals to address local needs.
    • Promote the best interest of the town for the betterment of the local and greater community.
    • Work together with all sections of the community.
    • Engage in the protection of the environment within the means of the Council.
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  • The Radstock Community Hub

    The Home of Radstock Library & Radstock Town CouncilFollowing negotiations with Bath and North East Somerset Council the Town Council took over the Library building on The Street, Radstock in April 2019. The building has been re-designated as a Community Hub and will provide a central point for residents to access services in Radstock. Opening hours for the Hub are Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays between the hours of 9.00 am and 4.00 pm.
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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