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02/04/2017 Pictures from Civic Service 2017 New
There are now some pictures from the last Civic Service, where Wendy Mace recoeved a Civic Award, and Jim Lukins received the freedom of the town. Thanks to Tim Hind for the photography.
02/04/2017 Conservation Area and Listed Building guidance from Sedgemoor District Council New
Sedgemoor have published a Guide for Owners and Occupiers to Living in a Conservation Area, and a Guide for Owners and Occupiers to Living in a Listed Building.
23/03/2017 Vacancy for Town Councillor
AXBRIDGE TOWN COUNCIL has a VACANCY for a TOWN COUNCILLOR
If you are interested in serving the community in this way, please contact the Town Clerk for an application form and further details, also available here and in the Post Office.
Axbridge Town Council intends to discuss this matter at its meeting to be held on Monday 10th April 2017 at 7.30pm at Axbridge Town Hall. Completed application forms must be submitted to the Clerk by Monday 3rd April 2017.
Town Clerk: Mrs V Brice, PO Box 1184, Axbridge, BS26 2WJ, Email: Vicky.Brice@axbridge-tc.gov.uk, Tel: 07884 264033.
30/01/2017 Local Plan Consultation available
Sedgemoor District Council has published a set of documents for consultation: www.sedgemoor.gov.uk/LocalPlan.
This is your chance to comment on the future of our town.
27/10/2016 Voices of Axbridge goes to the Somerset Heritage Centre
The South West Heritage Trust is delighted to announce that the Voices of Axbridge archive is now available for research at the Somerset Heritage Centre.
The archive was officially handed over on 17 August at a ceremony at Axbridge Town Hall attended by the Mayor, the Voices of Axbridge project team and an archivist from the Heritage Trust. Maggie Tur, the project leader, paid tribute to the hard work, dedication and good humour shown by the project volunteers, and commented that this was where the team’s job finished and the work of the Archives Service started.
The archive consists of over 100 interviews (with full transcripts) with Axbridge people, giving a very detailed picture of life in the town in times past, as well as a snapshot of life in the 21st century. Interviewees included 18 of the town’s former mayors, local business people, older residents and Civic Award winners.
The collection has now been catalogued and can be consulted at the Somerset Heritage Centre in Taunton. The Heritage Centre is open Tuesday to Friday and the morning of the second Saturday of the month. Visitors are warmly welcome to come to listen to these fascinating interviews.
For more information about visiting the Somerset Heritage Centre www.swheritage.org.uk/somerset-archives.
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