News & Sport


    • Local News Thursday 2nd December

      Somerset's hospitals, pharmacists and GPs are being sent detailed guidance for helping with the major expansion of the Covid booster programme. Police say they’ve stopped a large amount of drugs from circulating in Chard. Police are investigating a spate of thefts of tools from parked vans in Ilminster. The go-ahead has been given for a new farm shop to be built on the outskirts of Keinton Mandeville. One in ten people in the South West says they've been involved in a collision on a rural road...and more.

    • Local News Wednesday 1st December

      A Yeovil business owner is asking people not to be put off using local shops by the re-introduction of the compulsory wearing of face masks. Work’s due to begin early in the New Year up-grading the traffic lights and pedestrian crossings along Lysander Road in Yeovil. Plans have been submitted to convert a former nursery building in Yeovil for residential living. A local man has set off on a 200-mile fundraising trip for Yeovil Freewheelers Blood Bikes...and more.

    • Local News Tuesday 30th November

      An investigation is underway into reports that dogs have fallen ill after being walked at Ham Hill Country Park. Police have arrested a man in connection with last Friday’s incident at a bank in Yeovil town centre. Somerset County Council has been criticised by a High Court Judge over its adoption processes. Police have been carried out checks on a hunt at Wincanton. Somerset Care is marking its 30-year anniversary this week...and more.

    • Local News Monday 29th November

      A man has been left seriously injured after a van and a mobility scooter collided in Chard at the weekend. Police are appealing for information after an incident at a bank in Yeovil. Somerset Waste Partnership says it's seen a 35% increase in cardboard being put out for recycling. Sarah Crew has been appointed as the new Chief Constable of Avon and Somerset Police. Plans have been submitted to convert a building into a health and wellness centre in Bruton...and more.

    • Local News Friday 26th November

      A driver has been jailed for taking police on a 100 mph car chase through South Somerset. Independent retailers in Somerset are calling on shoppers to remember them on Black Friday today and support "Indie Friday" instead. A Chard man has appeared in court charged with assault and being the owner of a dangerous dog that was out of control. A man who handed a purse into Chard police station is being asked to contact the police. Yeovil’s open-air market in Middle Street tomorrow has been cancelled...and more

    • Local News Thursday 25th November

      The CBI has given its backing to Yeovil-based Leonardo winning a major contract to build the AW 149 for the British government. Jobs advisors in Somerset are urging workers aged over 50 not to panic if they lost jobs during the pandemic. Yeovil Town Council has granted a ‘change of use’ on an empty shop in the town centre. Motorists are being warned of a road closure in Halstock. Somerset-based luxury brand Mulberry has posted a turnaround in profits from red to black...and more.

    • Local News Wednesday 24th November

      Avon and Somerset Police have issued warnings to twenty-one shops. At least 9,000 older people will need help from the Surviving Winter Appeal in Somerset this year. Latest figures show a steep increase in waiting times for treatment at Yeovil Hospital. A former supermarket building in Chard has been given a new lease of life. Ilchester Cheese in Ilchester has launched a new Marmite flavoured Cheddar cheese...and more.

    • Local News Tuesday 23rd November

      Midwives and other healthcare workers across Somerset are urging the government to take action. The main access route into Bower Hinton near Martock is shut for from today. Two Yeovil motorists have been fined for driving at more than 100 mph on the A303 in South Somerset. Plans have been submitted to change the use of the Old Kelways building on Somerton Road, Langport. Britain’s largest naturist event is set to return to Somerset next summer and Yeovil Town are back in action tonight.


    Community & Charity News

    • Adrian Dening's Stars Over Somerset

      Monday 6th to Sunday 12th December 2021

    • Yeovil's Celebrates - Be part of it!

      Calling all local groups, schools, societies, organisations, clubs and more in the Yeovil area!

    • Yeovil Scouts Christmas Post

      The Scout Christmas Post is again operating in Yeovil this festive season, raising money for local scout groups.

    • Spiders

      As the nights get darker and temperatures fall, experts are warning of spiders crawling into people’s homes, bringing with them an increased risk of getting bitten.

    • Local Foodbank Volunteers Needed

      Volunteers are needed to help collect food for two charities in local Tesco stores.

    • Eye Tests for Motorists

      Motorists are being advised to have "regular eye tests" to check they’re not a risk on the road.

    • Covid Champions

      As Covid-19 cases remain high in Somerset, there is a renewed call for people to step forward and become Covid Community Champions.

    • Adrian Dening's Stars Over Somerset

      Monday 29th November to Sunday 5th December 2021

    • Blooming good way to 'Check your Vehicle'.

      As we continue to emerge from COVID-19 restrictions, Somerset County Council’s Road Safety Team wants to help you ensure your vehicle gets you safely to your staycation.

    • Electric Car Charging Points

      Have you got an Electric Car? Here is a list of Electric car charging Points across South Somerset & West Dorset.

    • Clean up our Countryside

      Two new litter-pick stations have been installed, equipped with litter pickers and reusable bags for anyone to borrow and do their own two-minute clean-up at countryside sites across South Somerset.

    • Church Bats

      People attending church services in South Somerset are being asked to check to see if they can see any bats lodging in roof spaces.

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