Archive | October, 2017

Market Cross Antiques Robbery

On Monday morning (30th October) two offenders stole jewellery during a burglary at Market Cross Antiques in Somerton . They smashed a window at the store at about 5.15am and then broke into a cabinet before making off with the antiques. One of the offenders is described as tall and he was wearing a green-checked

SRA publishes half year review

The Somerset Rivers Authority has published a review of activity it has undertaken in the first 6 months of the 2017/18 government year (ie up to 30th September). We thought you might like to see for your selves. It is quite well written and gives a good account of what is going on. Don’t focus

Chard Carnival accident

Police are appealing for witnesses following an incident at Chard Carnival last night (Saturday 14 October). Just before 10pm when the carnival procession was over and the floats were being “broken down” a female member of the road crew became trapped under one of the carnival carts. The injured woman suffered serious leg injuries and

Shepton and Chard to lose beds this winter

Twenty four community hospital beds, 10 in Shepton Mallet and 14 in Chard, will be moved to other local hospitals by the end of October 2017, to make sure enough staff are available for patients during winter. Nursing staff will move with the hospital beds and then the two inpatient wards will be temporarily closed.