Street News

Police appeal as four or five people are spotted running towards Street after suspected arson attack

Posted: 10.08.20 by The Editor Local News



Avon and Somerset Police are appealing for information and witnesses after four or five people were seen running towards Street following a fire in a ...

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Street-based Arts Society Mendip to move lectures online with first being on Winston Churchill

Posted: 09.08.20 by The Editor Local News



The Street-based Arts Society Mendip is planning to move some lectures online, following a trial session that has been hailed a success. The group ...

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Academic catch-up being held for students in the Street area entering Years 10 and 11

Posted: 08.08.20 by The Editor Local News



This month an Academic Catch-Up course, designed for students who have just completed Year 9 or Year 10 and want to prepare for going back to the clas...

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Police renew appeal to find missing man who likes to cycle to woods near Street

Posted: 07.08.20 by The Editor Local News



Avon and Somerset Police are renewing their appeal and growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of a missing man who is known to cycle to woods ...

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Street roadworks for week commencing August 10

Posted: 07.08.20 by The Editor Local News



Temporary traffic lights are scheduled to be in place at the junction of Brooks Road and Goss Drive, in Street, next week. The multi-way lights are...

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Ex-head of performance at Birmingham City joins Millfield School in Street as director of football

Posted: 06.08.20 by The Editor Local Sport



Millfield School in Street has appointed former Birmingham City head of performance and recruitment Darren Robinson as director of football, starting ...

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Student at Strode College in Street writes book documenting the history of the Red Brick Building

Posted: 06.08.20 by Sarah Darvelle Local News



Maggie Burridge, a student at Strode College in Street, has produced a booklet relating to the Red Brick Building in Glastonbury and its previous exis...

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Specialist dyslexia school in Ashcott is given the green light

Posted: 05.08.20 by The Editor Local News



Plans for a new specialist school in Ashcott have been approved by district councillors. Shapwick School closed its doors at the end of March, leav...

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Clarks Village makeover including Street High Street and Farm Road entrances is approved

Posted: 05.08.20 by The Editor Local News



Clarks Village in Street has been given permission to revamp its signage to give the outlet shopping centre a "more premium look and feel&...

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Final few days of free parking at Mendip-owned car parks in Street

Posted: 04.08.20 by Mendip District Council Local News



Street residents are being encouraged to make the most of the final few days of free parking at Mendip District Council-owned car parks. Parking ch...

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