News & Events

Skate Ramps - Weston Town Sports Field

Published: 10 Jun 21

The skate ramps are closed following a safety report. They have been fenced off. Please do not allow your children/teenagers to use them. The Parish Council are looking into ways of rectifying the matter. PLEASE DO NOT TAMPER WITH THE SAFETY FENCING Read More...

Save The Date - 3rd July 2021

Published: 9 Jun 21

Evercreech Village Hall - The Village Hall are welcoming everyone back! Tea Party (no booking required), When: Saturday 3rd July, Time: 2.00 - 5.00 pm. Then Film Show Time: 7.00 pm (booking essential), evercreechfilms@gmail.com Read More...

Save the Date - 4th September 2021

Published: 9 Jun 21

Evercreech Village Show. For more information, it's evercreechshowsociety.uk Read More...

EDIS

Published: 12 May 21

Now available to view here! Read More...

Vaccination - Bath & West

Published: 12 Mar 21

Shuttle Bus Information Read More...

Walks in Somerset

Published: 2 Feb 21

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Bereavement Support

Published: 12 Nov 20

Marie Curie Companions can provide bereavement support for people across Somerset who are over the age of 18. Read More...

Village Trees

Published: 11 Sep 20

We have carried out a tree survey on Parish Council owned land. We have a fair number of trees in need of attention so you will see the tree surgeon out and about in Evercreech over the autumn and winter. Read More...

Coronavirus update from Somerset County Council

Published: 22 Apr 20

All our help and information is now available in a single place on the SCC website please check in regularly to keep across developments and news. This link is updated regularly. Read More...

Link to Mendip District Council

Published: 9 Apr 20

Information on Coronavirus - Mendip District Council Mendip District Council are receiving regular updates on the Coronavirus outbreak. Nationally, Public Health England are leading on the health response. Link is updated regularly. Read More...

Arthur Allen Education Trust Grants for Further Education

Published: 14 Oct 19

The purpose is to provide modest grants to young people who live in, or were born in the parish of Evercreech. Applicants must be between 16 and 25 years of age and undergoing further education. Read More...