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A casual vacancy has arisen on the Town Council, due to resignation. Since no electors have called for an election, the Council will fill this vacancy by co-option at its meeting on Monday 10th June 2013.
On Tuesday 28th August, the Yarlington Activity Bus will run fun children's activities at Wincanton Recreation Ground's car park. The theme is "Under the Sea". This is also an opportunity for you to consult with SSDC about the play area.
Wincanton Town Council has written to other market towns over councillors' fears money from the town will be spent in Yeovil. Councillors say they don't want money for community facilities generated from agreements with developers in Wincanton going elsewhere.
Do you want help and ideas for your local fund raising or project? To influence and give feedback to local services such as Police, District Council, Fire, Yarlington Homes and the Balsam Centre?
I have recently received information regarding on-street parking with regard to civil parking enforcement in Somerset and an update for Town and Parish Councils.
Special celebration mugs will be handed out free to school children from Wincanton this summer to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. A Town Council jubilee committee was set up earlier this year to decide how to commemorate the event.
An action day in Yeovil to show public feeling against the District Council’s increased charges across the District, including Wincanton and Castle Cary, was well supported, with nearly 200 signatures collected in less than an hour.
Wincanton, Castle Cary and Bruton are having their money systematically taken from the area to provide facilities for Yeovil. People have been saying it for years and I am sorry to say it's true and we need to stop it.
Wincanton Window has been invited to attend a meeting in Yeovil with District Council executives to hear what they’re doing locally and to ask questions of our own. What would YOU like us to ask about?
South Somerset District Council has just passed their budget to inflict more pain on both the people and businesses in Wincanton and South Somerset.
District Councillor Henry Hobhouse responds to Councillor Nick Colbert's claims that the parking charges policy of the district council has been "bullying", short on consultation and "Illegal".
This open letter has been sent to the portfolio holder Councillors responsible for the car parking charges being inflicted on the peoples of Wincanton and Castle Cary. It has also been sent to Councillor Ric Pallister as the leader of SSDC.
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