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Hinkley Point C Community Impact Mitigation (CIM) Fund
Local communities are being encouraged to apply for funds from the Community Impact Mitigation fund received in relation to the Hinkley Point C nuclear power station project.
The Allotment scheme is run by Bridgwater Town Council.
Ashton Windmill
This unique 18th century flour mill stands on the "Isle of Wedmore", a ridge giving commanding views of Cheddar Gorge, the Somerset Levels and Brent Knoll.
With nearly 25 years' experience, Sedgemoor is a trusted provider of Monitoring Services.
Community Right to Bid
As part of the Localism Act 2011 Sedgemoor District Council has adopted a policy on dealing with applications to register land or property under the Community Right to Bid/Assets of Community Value.
Community Right to Challenge
The Community Right to Challenge gives community organisations the right to submit an Expression of Interest in running public services.
Community Safety
The Community Safety department at Sedgemoor District Council co-ordinates a range of activities to reduce crime & disorder and anti social behaviour to make Sedgemoor a safer place to live.
Equality and Diversity
Sedgemoor is committed to promoting equality of opportunity, eliminating discrimination whilst ensuring that there is greater cohesion between the people and communities of the district.
Grants Programme 2018/19
Please visit these pages for more information on Grants available from Sedgemoor District Council.
Garage Plots to Lease
Sedgemoor District Council manage a number of garage plots around the district.
Information about Bridgwater Town Hall and Trinity Hall in Bridgwater and the Princess Theatre and Arts Centre in Burnham-on-Sea.
Healthy Living
The Council's Health and Wellbeing Strategy sets out how the core Council services contribute to supporting people to live happy, healthy and fulfilling lives.
Keeping you and your family safe from fires
Advice on keeping yourself and those around you safe.
Sedgemoor District Council is responsible for lighting units on council owned land such as parks, car parks, open spaces and footpaths through 'Homes in Sedgemoor' estates.
Local Area Data
This page aims to provide you with useful information about the district of Sedgemoor and its neighbourhoods. You'll find data about the local population, economy, community safety, health and education at various geographic levels.
A number of markets operate in Sedgemoor.
Places to visit in Sedgemoor
Sedgemoor - where the countryside meets the coast - is a natural choice for visitors.
Public conveniences
Sedgemoor District Council provides a number of public conveniences throughout Sedgemoor.
Safer Somerset Business Partnership
The Safer Somerset Business Partnership is a ground breaking council led multi agency crime reduction partnership. Please visit this page to ascertain how becoming a member could help your business.
The Sedgemoor Conversation
As a council, it is recognised that Sedgemoor is changing. Communities old and new are changing and forming. The Council needs to recognise the communities in the district, understand them and understand what we, as a council, need to provide for them.
Together Teams: working together for better communities
Please visit this page to find out more about the Together Teams - including how to reach the team.
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