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Essential Systems Maintenance

Due to essential maintenance the following systems will be unavailable from the evening of Friday 23rd March until the morning of Monday 26th March: Reports Agendas and Minutes, Planning Online, Planning Online Archive, Environmental Health Online.

We apologise for any inconvenience this causes.

Events held in the Park

We hope the use of the park will continue to grow, with varied and diverse groups coming forward to use the park. For more details please contact the Health and Wellbeing Team at Sedgemoor District Council via or call 0300 303 7800.

The park is host to numerous events, both annual and standalone - some of which are listed below:

  • The Health walks on the last Wednesday in the month begin at the garden

  • Learning session with Pete Grainger Ecologist with SDC - which utilised both the garden and neighbouring churchyard, hosting a nature walk

  • Organised Treasure and Easter Egg hunts utilising both the gardens and St Andrews church yard

  • A Lime Mortaring Workshop

  • Craft fairs and coffee mornings to raise funds for charities eg McMillan Nurses

  • Pirate School in Marine Cove and Treasure Map in collaboration with Ian Jefferies Tourism & Business Manager, which coincided with Pirate Day on the Beach and Love Parks Week

  • Victorian Weekend in Marine Cove

  • Food Festival - Edible crops were grown in the garden with companion planting - offering seed sales/plant sales and maintaining the crop with a view to doing a ready steady cook style soup kitchen in September

  • Pancake Flip

  • Scare Crow Event

  • Zombie Walk

  • Plant Sales

  • Man from Story Mountain set up his Tepee to celebrate National Story Telling Week

  • Avon Owls attended with their birds to raise awareness of their cause

  • Weston Hospice Care and St Andrews Church carried out a Light up the Lake event in memory of loved ones

  • Wizard event - over 20 people squished into the marquee making potion explosions, decorating wands and doing magic tricks