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14 04, 2021

Proposed Development of 14 Dwellings on Land to East of Youngwood Lane Has Received Revised Plans

2021-04-14T16:18:23+01:00April 14th, 2021|

Nailsea Town Council have been notified that the controversial proposed development of 14 dwellings on Land to East of Youngwood Lane has received revised plans. Any comments on this application need to be submitted to North Somerset Council by Wednesday 21st April. https://planning.n-somerset.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=Q8S8O9LPJLA00&activeTab=summary

14 04, 2021

Nailsea Community Litter Heroes’ Monthly Litter Picks

2021-04-14T10:16:18+01:00April 14th, 2021|

Nailsea Community Group is delighted to announce the launch of Nailsea Community Litter Heroes. Formerly known as Better Nailsea - a community group set-up in 2016 that developed a range of initiatives to enhance the town of Nailsea - the remit of the Litter Heroes is to encourage local residents to help keep the town [...]

13 04, 2021

Age UK Somerset Encourage a Move Towards “Normality” With Their “Let’s Move Together and Improve Together” Campaign

2021-04-13T16:11:35+01:00April 13th, 2021|

The last year has been an unusual and difficult one for most but for many older people it has been particularly hard, with long periods of self-isolation impacting both mental and physical wellbeing. Research by Age UK has shown that many previously independent older adults have reported a loss of physical strength and capability, finding it harder to do daily activities such as going up stairs [...]

12 04, 2021

Message of Condolence – His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

2021-04-12T13:38:02+01:00April 12th, 2021|

On behalf of the Councillors and staff of Nailsea Town Council, as well as the people of Nailsea, we wish to share the sentiments of loss and sorrow felt across the Nation in mourning the death of His Royal Highness, The Duke of Edinburgh. Our thoughts are with Her Majesty the Queen and her family [...]

9 04, 2021

Pubs and Gyms Reopening In Nailsea from Monday 12th April

2021-04-12T11:11:03+01:00April 9th, 2021|

From Monday 12th April, pubs and restaurants can serve food and drinks to customers dining outside. Pubs, gyms, personal care businesses, and non-essential shops in Nailsea will be reopening from this date. In this guide we explain everything you need to know about the next stage in the roadmap out of lockdown, which pubs will [...]

26 03, 2021

S&R Burchills Celebrates 30 Years Serving North Somerset

2021-03-26T10:04:42+00:00March 26th, 2021|

Established in 1991, family-run S&R Burchills has been supplying fruit and vegetables to the residents of North Somerset for 30 years from their Nailsea-based shop, and will be celebrating their anniversary next month. To mark the celebration, throughout April S&R Burchills will be randomly selecting one customer every day to receive their online order, and [...]

19 03, 2021

Hannah More Road Closure – Hinkley Connection Project Update

2021-03-19T10:12:52+00:00March 19th, 2021|

The National Grid Hinkley Connection Project has affected the West End of Nailsea since early 2020 and has led to numerous road closures to make way for new underground cabling. The latest instalment of road closures involves Hannah More Road and the Queens Road junction. Hannah More Road will be closed from Monday 22nd March [...]

17 03, 2021

North Somerset’s New Annual Chargeable Garden Waste Service

2021-03-17T10:26:12+00:00March 17th, 2021|

North Somerset Council are introducing an annual charge for garden waste collections from the start of April. What is the New Garden Waste Service? From Thursday 1st April 2021, only properties that have signed-up and paid for the new garden waste service will have their garden waste collected. The new service will cost £50 per [...]

3 03, 2021

Free Rapid Covid-19 Testing for School Children and Households in North Somerset

2021-03-25T14:51:04+00:00March 3rd, 2021|

School-age children and their families/households are encouraged to get rapid covid-19 tests twice a week. Rapid community testing helps to find people who have Covid-19 but may not be showing symptoms, resulting in infected persons isolating and reducing the spread of the virus. About 1 in 3 people with coronavirus don't have symptoms but can [...]