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North Somerset Council is closing Long Ashton Library this Autumn.

The Parish Council has set up a working group to investigate the possibility of creating alternative provision.

Please contact the Clerk to be put in touch with the working group if you would like to volunteer or find out more.


Heart Start Classes are starting again this autumn


 

Rownham Hill will be closed overnight for 3 or 4 nights from the 3rd December - we have received this information form North Somerset Council.

Resurfacing works are due to commence on the A369 Rownham Hill, from its boundary with Bristol to near the junction with Bridge Road, Abbots Leigh.

These works mean that Rownham Hill will be closed between these extents, for each of the nights between Monday 3rd December and Wednesday 05th December inclusive. There is the possibility of a further night’s work. The closure will be operative from 20:00hrs to 06:00hrs. 

An electronic information board will be placed at each end of the scheme, at least one week before the works, displaying details.

A diversion route will be signposted during the closure times. The route is as per below.
Eastbound: A369 Clanage Road, south onto A370, west onto B3128 Clarken Coombe, right onto B3129 Beggar Bush Lane, right onto A369 Abbots Leigh Road.
Westbound: As above, vice-versa.

 

 

 


 



Cllr Grace Collins has resigned from the Parish Council  


 

Events in the Parish 

If you have any comments on events being held in the parish please feel free to email the clerk with them.  The Parish Council doesn't have the statutory power to change anything but will raise your comments with event organisers and/or North Somerset Council at any debrief meeting.   


 Parish Council Accounts

The Parish Council Accounts are audited each year by an external auditor and electors have a right to see the accounts and make representations to the auditor.  The notice of the date of commencement of the period for the exercise of public rights to inspect the accounts can be seen hereThe notice is dated 26th June (today) and the period of inspection is from the 27th June to the 7th August.  To see the internal auditors report, the governance and accounting statements for 2017/18 as sent to the external auditor click here. 


  Community Grant 

  See the Community tab for more information about this years community grant or click here.  


Neighbourhood Plan Referendum Result

  

94.8% voted YES!

click here to see the declared result



South Bristol Link

 Click here to see the Metrobus/South Bristol Link newsletter produced by the contractor.


The Government has just published a plain english guide to the planning system which you might find helpful.

The fraud awareness campaign “Spot It, Stop It” has been launched in Avon and Somerset targeting doorstep, phone and online scams. Click here for more information. 


The Youth Club Newsletter is now on the Youth News tab.
There has been a spate of thefts from sheds and garages in Long Ashton recently mainly targetting bikes and power tools.  The Police ask that you lock up your shed properley, record details of your bike (make, model, frame number, take a picture) and power tools, park your car close to your garage door and remember to lock it!  Click here to see their "Securing your garden and outbuildings"  leaflet.
Long Ashton residents can now buy parking permits for Ashton Court car parks. Click here for details.
Please remember to keep your dog under  proper control (on a lead) when walking them in fields where sheep are grazing - farmers are reporting a number of lost lambs due to pregnant ewes being worried by dogs. Even normally well behaved dogs can react unpredictably when they see livestock.  Farmers have rights when their animals are being put at risk which can include, in some circumstances, shooting the offending dog.  See the article here on the law. 
See here for the First Buses timetable and here for the Abus one.
Avon and Somerset Police produce a magazine a free quarterly magazine called the Senior Siren. This is aimed at all members of the community, but with a particular focus at older adults and their close community group. It contains original lifestyle articles, as well as games and puzzles, social engagement information and columns by law enforcement professionals, guest writers and celebrity interviewees. All, of course, interspersed with the essential home and personal safety tips to keep the reader safe. The latest edition can be viewed by clicking here.  
See what's on in North Somerset by following this link.