Welcome to the community website for the Parish of Huish Champflower.

We thank you for visiting our website and if you would like to contribute, make any comment or suggestion we should welcome your feedback.

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Village Hall Update – there will be an Auction of Promises on Friday 11th November at St Peter’s Church to raise money for the Village Hall refurbishment. Further information can be found here – APPEAL (Action of Promises).docx

Parish Council Meeting – Tuesday 20th September, 7.30pm at St Peters Church. A change of venue whilst work on the Village Hall is underway.  Minutes of previous meetings can be found here. Agenda will be published in the next few weeks.

Cost of Living Crisis – the Household Support Fund can provide short-term urgent financial help to Somerset residents who are struggling to afford household essentials

Village Hall News – We have won the Lottery! – We are delighted to inform you that the National Lottery has approved our request for funds to refurbish our Village Hall. Further information can be found here – Hall Lottery Announce

Hands, Face, Space & Fresh Air

If you have symptoms get a test and stay at home

Roadside Tree’s – A number of residents are reporting potentially dangerous tree’s and branches overhanging public highways, footpaths and bridleways. Landowners should be aware that they are responsible for any injury or damage caused by tree’s, branches, hedgerow, etc. that might fall onto a public highway/right of way.

Defibrillator – this is now located in the old Telephone Box. A 2nd device is planned for the Village Hall once refurbishments are complete.

Road Closures – Please check travelsomerset.co.uk for information on roadworks/closures.

Reckless & Dangerous Driving Threatening Safety of Horse Riders – The Parish Council has received reports of a few recent incidents involving reckless and dangerous driving behaviour creating a very real danger to local residents as they ride their horses. A number of riders are now wearing bodycams to capture video evidence which will be reported to the Police.