Hello and 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.
If you have any queries or questions, please Contact Us
Annual Meeting of the Parish Council – 4 May – the Annual Meeting of the Parish Council (followed by a standard meeting) will be held online, starting 7.30pm. If you wish to join this meeting then please email the Parish Clerk (email@example.com) who will provide a link and password.
Agenda and Minutes of previous meetings can be found here.
Fibre Broadband – residents living along the route of the recently installed Openreach fibre line can now order FTTP to gain access to significantly faster broadband. Visit Openreach.com or your current provider for more information.
Volunteers Needed – the moment the easing of restrictions allow the Parish Council and Village Hall committee want to move forward with 2 village projects.
- Playing Field Swings
- Phone Box
If you would like to get involved then please contact a Parish Councillor, a member of the Village Hall committee or one of the following –
Coronavirus restrictions remain in place across the country. In England:
Only socialise indoors with people you live with or who are in your support bubble
Up to 6 people or 2 households can meet outside
Work from home if you can and only travel when necessary
If you have symptoms get a test and stay at home
Report a breach of Covid restrictions to the Police on 101.
Click on these links for information on local support:
Below is a listing of local food suppliers and other service providers (courtesy of Wivey Community Office).
If you have any additions to the above then please advise via this website.
A link to the NHS 111 service can be found here
Only call 111 if you cannot get help online.
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.