Local company news re. Coronavirus food and drink supplies.
Broadhembury Parish Council is concerned about climate change. Not only because it’s in the news a lot at the moment, but because we live in a beautiful place and many of us rely on the predictability of the seasons for our livelihood. But there is another reason. Young people want us to do more. We …
News from the Parish Council about recent work undertaken at Colliton Cross.
Rural Traffic Speeds in Broadhembury
Resurfacing and Drainage work on the A373 (Cullompton to Honiton)
The Connecting Devon and Somerset (CDS) broadband programme has today announced that it is now offering vouchers through the national BDUK Better Broadband Scheme. All homes and businesses in the region with broadband speeds of less than two Megabits per second (Mbps), without a published delivery date for superfast broadband within the next 12 months, …
We have been informed that the Blackdown Hills Repair Café will take place in March this year. Details below, including a video of the last one. https://youtu.be/0z_DV8Rypo4
Devon County Council have informed us that they will be holding a public meeting to present their Definitive Map Review for Broadhembury Parish on Tuesday 15th January at 7pm in the Memorial Hall [before the regular Parish Council meeting]. Please read the following:
The Blackdown Hills Parish Network, to which we belong, has lobbied relentlessly to improve broadband in the Hills. Lobbying by them and others has prompted MPs to write an uncompromising collective letter to government on the subject. It is attached below. Broadhembury PC will continue to press the case.
Our colleagues at the Blackdown Hills Parish Network have sent us the following: SOMERSET COUNTY COUNCIL has recently announced that it is proposing no longer to grit roads to settlements which are 500 feet or more above sea level, roads which lead into adjoining counties, and school links between urban and rural areas. If implemented …