Impact on council services

Essential council services have continued throughout the pandemic and this will not change during the latest lockdown.

Recycling and waste are still collected from the kerbside, social care is provided for adults and children, roads are repaired and gritted, and community meals are delivered, among many others

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Keep your wellbeing in check

If you’re feeling pressurised and stressed since the new lockdown began, you are not alone.

Many people are feeling overwhelmed and anxious as they try to juggle various roles, whether working from home and home schooling simultaneously or continuing in a front-line job.

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Shop local for any last-minute gifts

If you still have Christmas gifts to get then visiting your local high street – either virtually or in-person – could be the perfect place to find a unique present.

Local retailers, traders, makers, producers, restaurants, pubs and cafes all need our support following two lockdowns and Tier 3 restrictions.

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Could you make this Black Friday greener ?

Black Friday is here – a day of discounts from the big retailers to get you to part with your cash and stock up on treats.

The online shopping extravaganza is now one of the biggest sales events in the UK but this over-indulgence does come at a price.

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Maintaining good physical and mental health through winter

Maintaining a good level of physical and mental health is more important than ever before as the winter sets in.

Cases of coronavirus in North Somerset are still high and this winter will be very difficult for many as restrictions continue to curtail ordinary life.

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Nearly half a million pounds for walk and cycle routes

Almost half a million pounds has been granted to North Somerset Council to create permanent walking and cycling routes and socially-distanced environments.

New shared-access routes will be built next year in Weston-super-Mare and Clevedon thanks to an additional £473,750 from the Government.

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