A parent reported the basket swing broken on Monday afternoon. The 25cm bolt had come out but we could not find it anywhere although we looked long and hard. For safety we taped off the … [Read more...] about King George V Fields – broken basket swing
Bristol Water are planning to release a spate flow from the Chew Valley Reservoir into the River Chew on Tuesday 14th September. This will result in a noticeable increase in levels and … [Read more...] about Bristol Water
Solar Together West of England is a group-buying scheme that offers homeowners and businesses the chance to generate their own clean electricity at a highly competitive price. There is an option to … [Read more...] about Solar Together West of England
2020 the Year of the Covid Lockdowns Well what a year! The many government restrictions in the wider interests of the population meant many changes in patterns of behaviour business sustainability … [Read more...] about CHAIRMAN’S ANNUAL REPORT 2021
Valley Arts is this month launching a Valley-wide survey to find out which events and activities you would like to see in your community. Valley Arts was set up in 2015 to make the Performing Arts … [Read more...] about Valley Arts launches ‘The Voice of the Valley’
Universal Credit is a payment to help with your living costs. It’s paid monthly – or twice a month for some people in Scotland. You may be able to get it if you’re on a low income, out of work or you … [Read more...] about Universal Credit
This plan for the website has been redacted in line with data protections but I hope you'll find it useful.It describes how the Parish. working with B&NES, the Environment Agency and Fire … [Read more...] about Chew Magna’s Community Flood Plan.
A huge 'thank you' to everyone who cleared their drains and to the Wardens who supported their Zones. It was a close thing last night and really important to prepare. Both our telemetry … [Read more...] about A huge thank you!