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After the fantastic feedback we had in 2021, we've decided to bring the soup kitchen back for 2022; running every Wednesday from 3pm-6pm until the end of March.
The project started in January 2021, we were in lockdown and we wanted a project that could help people both physically and mentally. We cooked a lot of delicious soup and handed it out along with lots of other goodies that were donated from local businesses and FareShare southWest to as many people as we could. The aim- to brighten someones day and fill their tummies on a cold winters day. It was such a success that we're back so please come along and enjoy what we have to offer to our community this winter.
By Tim Lethaby
PCC Mark Shelford and Avon and Somerset Police are warning local people to take extra care when shopping online in the run up to Christmas.
According to Action Fraud, over 28,000 people across the country reported falling victim to online shopping fraud with losses totalling £15.4million. Of this number, 4,489 people reported being conned out of their money during the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales.
By Tim Lethaby
Businesses, individuals and charities have just two weeks left to enter the Somerset Business Awards 2022 – and with 14 categories there is something for firms of all sizes across all sectors.
The deadline for entries is Friday, December 3, with all entries needing to be submitted via the Somerset Business Awards website www.somersetbusinessawards.org.uk.
Tenants who find themselves struggling to pay for their rent are encouraged to contact Mendip District Council's Housing Options Team for advice and support, as early as possible, to help prevent them becoming homeless.
The Council's experienced and knowledgeable Officers are on hand to assist tenants facing financial difficulties, and find solutions to ensure residents do not become homeless.
The historic Bishop's Barn and Wells Recreation Ground are to be returned to the City of Wells.
At a meeting of Mendip District Council's Cabinet last night (Monday 7th February), members approved the transfer of trusteeship of the Wells Recreation Ground charity to Wells City Council. At transfer, Mendip District Council will no longer have any legal or financial responsibility for the Trust.
The projects that have been awarded money from the Mendip Climate and Ecological Emergency Fund, have now been announced.
Projects selected include, installing solar panels on a farm, establishing hedgerows, retrofitting a community hub and installing bat, bird and insect boxes, to name a few.
Cancer charity We Hear You (WHY) said goodbye to Chief Executive Officer Melissa Hillier on 31st January, as she takes up a new role at The Research Institute for the Care of Older People (RICE) in Bath.
Melissa Hillier joined the charity in 2015 and has overseen a significant expansion of the charity's services and staff, as well as a rebranding project that saw Positive Action on Cancer (PAC) become We Hear You (WHY) in 2016.
Cancer charity We Hear You (WHY) is once again offering 'WHYoutdoors', a free six-week nature-based therapy for people living with and beyond cancer in Wanstrow, near Frome, and Bath Skyline. The next courses run in Wanstrow from Wednesday 9th March to 13th April and in Bath from Thursday 21st April to 26th May. Sessions run one day per week from 10am to 3pm, in the company of two WHYoutdoors leaders, who are also WHY counsellors.
WHYoutdoors facilitator Barbara Gonzalez says: "WHYoutdoors aims to help participants develop a closer relationship to nature, deepen their own self-awareness and share their experiences with peers making meaningful and supportive connections. "
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