Police are appealing for witnesses following a fire at the Dower House in Long Sutton in which a woman died. Called to the incident at around 7.15pm yesterday police have been working at the scene throughout today alongside Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service. Although the cause of the fire is still under
Beer Wall – completion in site! The flood prevention works at Beer Wall on the A372 between Othery and Aller should be complete before the end of July. At least that is the forecast made today by Somerset County Council. The three-stage Beer Wall scheme is designed to reduce flood risk in the Sowy and
News today from Westminster re Cocklemoor. David Warburton has now written once again to the Environment Secretary urging her to take action and asking the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) to demand that the EA return Cocklemoor to Langport free of charge. As the Langport Leveller has reported previously, our new MP
The investigation into missing Rebecca Minnock and her three-year-old son Ethan has been widened. Becky and Ethan have not been seen since Tuesday May 26 when they were in the Musgrove Park Hospital area of Taunton. Police have been alerted to possible sightings of Rebecca – who likes to be known as Becky – in the
Macmillan Cancer Support needs volunteers in the Langport area to help them raise money for people affected by cancer. Every day, 9 people in Somerset hear the news that they have cancer. Macmillan Cancer Support is there to ensure no one faces cancer alone, by providing professional services, financial support and information. Fundraising manager for
Police are appealing for witnesses after a 17-year-old girl was assaulted in Street this morning, 8th June. The victim was walking along an alleyway between Somerton Road and Strode Road at around 9am when she was approached by a man, who assaulted her. The offender is described as around 5ft 10ins to 6ft and he
A slightly alarming crack has appeared in the wall on the north side of the Hanging Chapel, the gateway to the old burgh hill on which the original settlement of Langport stands. The crack was discovered last year but when contractors examined the chapel prior to repointing work, they noticed that the crack had widened.