Archive | February, 2016

Langport.Life comes alive

Brand Langport? Well it is all the rage isn’t it! Still a town that claims to be England’s smallest has always managed to punch well above its weight. And coming up this weekend ia brand new Langport website launches which you’ll be able to see it at A new leaflet promoting the town and

Long Sutton School fundraiser

As part of their efforts to raise new funds for the school not least to improve their computer facilities, Long Sutton Primary School’s PTFA are holding their second, now described as “annual” Bingo fundraiser! So eyes down if you please…. Come along for a family friendly evening with all sorts of exciting prizes and a

Curry Rivel school closed

Curry Rivel Primary School is closed again today after the a torrent of water flooded the school at the weekend. A large part of the school had contaminated water running through it and so the school stayed closed yesterday (Monday 8th February) awaiting an assessment from an Environmental Health surveyor. The result is that it

Flooding update

Somerset County Council tell us these are the current road closures due to flood water. We could not get any details from SCC over the weekend and these were published during today. I believe they are up to date but not necessarily complete. Cutts Road (East Lyng/Athelney) – Emergency Closure Gates in use New Road

MP’s surgery

Whilst other MP’s appear to consider constituency surgeries a bit of a drag and something to be kept at arm’s length, Somerton & Frome MP David Warburton has been “blessed” with one of the more geographically spread out constituencies in the country. To that end and to make himself as available as possible, he hosts