Bleadon Parish Notices
BLEADON CHILDREN'S PLAY AREA
The play area is now open. Parents, Guardians and Children should make themselves acquainted with the guide lines as set here – please click for Poster.
MOTORCYCLE FATALITY – A370
The Parish Council is continuing its discussion with both North Somerset Highways and its two representative District Councillors namely Cllrs. Porter and Solomon as to what improvements can be achieved. The Parish Council’s preference is Traffic Lights but unless it can find around £180,000 to fund it then North Somerset will not proceed. Their current option is to reduce the speeds overall by 10 mph.
LATEST PLANNING NEWS
New Development Proposals:
North Somerset have announced two new planning applications for Bleadon entitled 20/P/2725/FUL Development of 3no dwellings and 3no detached garages on Land Adj Junction of Bridge Road to Coronation Road Bridge Road Bleadon and 20/P/2726/FUL Erection of 5no dwellings Land North to A370 and South of Bleadon Road Bleadon. Look out for the announcement of an Extra-Ordinary Meeting of the Parish Council in the near future.
The next parish council meeting will be announced when current Corona Virus regulations permit.
Click here to view Agenda and Minute documents
Bruce Poole - Parish Clerk
Rooftops 10 South Street Burnham-on-Sea Somerset TA8 1BS
The mobile library comes to Bleadon once a fortnight on a TUESDAY MORNING from 10.20 to 11.20am. Click here for the timetable
BLUE HEARTS - caring for creatures. Hearts are now in place around the village to show areas that are being managed less intensively in order to benefit wildlife. Click here for the poster.
NORTH SOMERSET COUNCIL
Message from North Somerset Council Consultations
We have produced a schedule of all the responses that we received on the Issues and Options document during the consultation period and a schedule of the comments we received on the Sustainability Appraisal Draft Scoping Report. We have also produced a Consultation Statement. All documents are available to view at
Garden waste collection charge
North Somerset Council has made the difficult decision to introduce an annual charge of £50 per bin for garden waste collections from 1 April 2021. The income from charging for garden waste will make the service self-financing and free-up resources to protect essential services including care and support for the most vulnerable people in our community.
Anyone who signs up for the new service by Sunday 28 March will receive a 10% discount off the cost of their first bin. For more information and to sign up for the new service go to:
Home Choice / Housing Jigsaw
Registration deadline: 23rd December 2020