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  • Get connected at Your North Somerset

    By Clevedon People at 12:04 on 16/01/14
    Your North Somerset
    The popular Your North Somerset event returns to the Winter Gardens in Weston-super-Mare for its ninth year on Sunday 26th January. The free event, from noon to 4pm, is hosted by North Somerset Council and partner organisations. It is open to everyone, bringing together local communities for a day of advice, entertainment and activities for all the family. This year, as well as over 80 stands with information and advice about services...
  • Road improvements in Yatton and Kenn

    By Clevedon People at 12:55 on 14/01/14
    North Somerset Council
    North Somerset Council continues its commitment to invest in roads with £750,000 worth of improvements to the B3133 in Yatton and Kenn starting this week. The B3133 serves as a vital link for village residents, traders and commuters. Resurfacing is taking place due to its deteriorating condition. The works will also include improvements to footways, drainage, kerbing, signage and road markings. Repair work started yesterday...
  • Local businesses boosted by innovation fund

    By Clevedon People at 15:50 on 29/11/13
    Clevedon High Street
    A further nine projects will bring extra vitality to our high streets thanks to the North Somerset High Street Innovation Fund. North Somerset Council is one of 100 local authorities across the country to receive £100,000 as part of a national scheme to help tackle the blight of empty shops. An extremely competitive third and final round of funding from the North Somerset High Street Innovation Fund was completed at the...
  • To Be or not To be Disabled

    By LizJG at 16:12 on 04/03/13
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    The main criteria for obtaining a Disabled Badge via North Somerset Council is that the disabled person can walk less than 200 yards.  Most people do more than this walking around their home.  Despite the orthopaedic consultant supporting my request North Somerset have refused it.  Where do I go from here?
  • Council tax bills to rise in North Somerset by 1.5 per cent

    By Prue_Reid at 17:13 on 05/02/13
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    COUNCIL tax bills in North Somerset are to increase by 1.5 per cent as the cashstrapped authority battles to balance its books. The rise is equivalent to 33 pence per week for the average band D property – a bill of £1,164.88 a year - a rise of £16.95. The decision which will need to be approved by the full council was taken this week by North Somerset Council's executive. Councillors are due to meet on Tuesday,...

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