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Cary Fitzpaine - Charlton Adam - Charlton Mackrell - Lytes Cary - Wellham - West Charlton

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Welcome to The Charltons Parish Council website

Next Parish Council Meeting - 18th January 2022

Next Parish Council Meeting - 18th January 2022

The Parish Council meet at the Reading Room, Charlton Mackrell on the third Tuesday of every month at 7.30pm.

All Council Meetings are open to Members of the Public and Press (Public Bodies [Admission to Meetings] Act 1960).

Somerset Community Foundation - Surviving Winter Campaign

Somerset Community Foundation - Surviving Winter Campaign

Hundreds of older people in Somerset are forced to choose between heating and eating every winter.
If you can afford to, please donate some or all of your Winter Fuel Payment to help support those living in fuel poverty. Your donations will help us make sure around 500 vulnerable older people across Somerset have the support they need to get through the winter.

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26th November 2021

Hitting a High Note - Music & Musicians in Art from Leonardo to Mondrian

Hitting a High Note - Music & Musicians in Art from Leonardo to Mondrian

Tuesday 30th November 2021
Somerton & Langport Branch of the RNLI
Hitting a High Note - Music & Musicians in Art from Leonardo to Mondrian

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Wanted - Candidates for Casual Vacancies on The Charltons Parish Council

Wanted - Candidates for Casual Vacancies on The Charltons Parish Council

Local councils can only be as effective, relevant and vibrant as the people elected to run it, so we need councillors who are capable, energetic and engaged – from all backgrounds and experiences to reflect their communities. Being a councillor is highly rewarding. No other role gives you a chance to make such a huge difference to the quality of life of people in your local area and to influence the way issues are dealt with locally.

If you would like to know more please contact the Clerk, Chairman or speak to a local councillor. For more details see attached notice.

Public Notice (pdf)

17th November 2021

South West Waste Partnership Newsletter Nov 21

South West Waste Partnership Newsletter Nov 21

Please find attached the latest Briefing from Somerset Waste Partnership, which includes the Festive Collection Calendar 2021/22.

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15th November 2021

Somerset Covid-19 Weekly Update 12 Nov 21

Somerset Covid-19 Weekly Update 12 Nov 21

Please find attached this week’s Covid-19 update for Somerset on behalf of the Engagement Board.

Although we have seen a reduction in Covid-19 cases in Somerset this week, they are still high so we need to remain vigilant and do what we can to keep each other safe. Simple ways to do this include wearing a face-covering in crowded and enclosed spaces, regularly wash hands and continuing to take regular lateral flow tests. Also, if people feel unwell or have any symptoms they should self-isolate and book a PCR test. It is also very important to take up the offer of a first, second or third (booster) vaccination.

Finally, in our Covid Catch-up film this week we discuss the importance for us all to accept the offer of a third, or booster, vaccination when we receive it.

The film can be viewed on the website link below.

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12th November 2021

About the Parish

The Charltons is an ancient parish which comprises the villages of Charlton Adam and Charlton Mackrell and the smaller settlements of West Charlton, Lytes Cary, Cary Fitzpaine and Wellham - read more about its history. Today it is a thriving community with a post office/shop,  pub, primary school, community hall  with  playing  fields  and  children’s  play  area  and  a  smaller 'village hall', The Reading Room.  Lytes Cary Manor, owned by the National Trust, and the Hallr Wood charity are in the parish and there are two  churches, St  Mary  the  Virgin  in  Charlton  Mackrell  and  SS  Peter  and  Paul  in Charlton Adam. There are many clubs  and  groups,  including  art,  horticulture,  dog  training,  badminton,  a youth club, tennis, pilates, the cider club as well as agricultural and other local businesses.

Contact Details

Parish Clerk:

Mrs Rebecca Carter
Portman House
North Barrow
Yeovil
Somerset BA22 7LZ

Tel: 01963 240 226

clerk@thecharltons.org.uk

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