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Winter Road Gritting & Provision of Road Salt – please be aware that following decisions made by Somerset Highways, the road from Wivey to Clatworthy will no longer be gritted prior to a weather event. Your Parish Council along with district and county councillors are working to have this reinstated ASAP.
Please note that Highways will continue to treat/plough all routes post-weather event as before.
Somerset Highways have also decided to withdraw financing of the road-side salt dumpy bags, grit bin “top-ups” and the smaller 25kg salt bags (distributed by Parish Councillors).
West Somerset Council are currently exploring the possibility of financing these important supplies for the current winter. We are hopeful that a decision will be made soon.
In the interim, and on the advice of Somerset Highways, all road users are reminded to be aware of road conditions, particularly in areas where there are known risks from ice and other road condition hazards.
The Parish Council does have a small stock of 25kg bags available. Please contact a Parish Councillor for further information.
Parish Council Meeting – Tuesday 13 November, 7.30pm at the Village Hall. The agenda is available to view on this website, along with a Draft of the minutes of the previous meeting.
GigaClear Update – for various reasons (!) it appears that there will be delays and possible changes to the roll-out of the much anticipated fibre broadband network. The Parish Council is seeking further information and will provide an update ASAP.
Website Update – regular visitors to the website will be aware that the site has been undergoing a bit of a revamp. This will continue for the next few months.
Parish Newsletter – the first version of an occasional Parish Newsletter can be found by clicking here The Huish Observer (Feb-Apr 2018).