THE deadline is looming for woodland owners and managers, community groups and farmers in Somerset to enter a prestigious award.
PLANS have been submitted to turn a former Chard pub into a home.
A COFFEE and cake sale at the Market Square in Ilminster on Saturday in aid of the Children with Cancer charity raised £264.
FUNDS for Ilminster Carnival Committee will be boosted next month with a flower arranging demonstration by Angie Blackwell, of Cottage Flowers, at the Minster Rooms, Ilminster.
AN announcement about who has been awarded the contract to develop the Boden Mill site as part of the Chard regeneration scheme will be made in the near future.
AN URGENT appeal has gone out from staff at the Vaughan Lee House residential care home in Ilminster.
TRADERS are being encouraged to help support a project to turn around the fortunes of Chard town centre.
JOINED at the Hip are set to kick off fundraiser Roger Collett’s 2012 programme of fine music at Bridgwater Arts Centre.
NEW signing Michael Woods is hoping to re-start his football career with Yeovil Town.
MEMBERS of South Somerset District Council met last night to officially set the authority’s precept for the 2012-13 Council Tax.
IF you are planning a St. Patrick’s Day dinner, there are free ideas for Irish-themed dishes from a fruit and vegetable box delivery service in Bridgwater Staff at Cossey Produce have created some Irish inspired recipes that people can make using some of the ingredients found in their fruit and vegetable boxes.
ILMINSTER manager Darren Manley says he will take “whatever result comes along” when his promotion-chasing side visits Frome Collegians in division one of the Errea county league on Saturday (2.30pm).
FIVE artists from Somerset and Dorset feature in the latest exhibition at Ilminster Arts Centre – after they were introduced to each other at the venue.
PLANS for an extension at Redstart Primary School in Chard have been given a big thumbs-up by local councillors.
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TOWN centre revellers are being warned that if they are caught urinating in shop doorways or in the street they could end up spending more than just a penny.
YEOVIL Town’s npower League One clash at Carlisle United on Saturday will represent the Glovers’ 400th league game – excluding play-off fixtures – since joining the Football League at the start of the 2003-04 season.