New travel website for Somerset. The aim of Travel Somerset is to improve how we tell people about what's happening on the roads in Somerset from planned roadworks and public events to unplanned incidents, accidents or congestion.
The website provides updates 24/7 and also has a searchable map showing
current and future roadworks. You can sign up for travel alerts or subscribe for emails about roadworks in an area of your choice. go to www.travelsomerset.co.uk
New Bus now available from the village service 44. Monday to Friday (except public holidays) Leaves Bus shelter at 09.55 arrives in Yeovil 10.45. Return bus leaves Yeovil at 12.45 & arrives back at bus shelter 13.34
Mobile Library - new dates for 2018
The Mobile Library will stop at West Chinnock School every 4 weeks, starting 9th January in 2018. More details in the village Bus shelter and www.somerset.gov.uk/libraries
West Chinnock is a village in Somerset, England, situated near the A356 road 4 miles (6.4 km) north east of Crewkerne in the South Somerset district. The village forms the civil parish of West and Middle Chinnock with the neighbouring village of Middle Chinnock and has a population of 592 (2011 census).Middle Chinnock was a separate civil parish until 1884. It was then absorbed into the parish of West Chinnock. In 2003 the parish was renamed West and Middle Chinnock.
Living in West & Middle Chinnock: Our villages have a great vibrancy with a variety of clubs and societies, a pre-school and primary school, two churches, a recreation ground and pavilion, children's play area, a very active community village hall, local pub and lots more.
To have your event shown on the website please send details to Bill Mannering at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 881414
Dog Fouling report website is
Somerset CC link to verge cutting schedule.
Next Parish Council Meeting 7th Nov @ 7.30pm. All welcome.
Please see Village Hall page for full details of, proposed modifications.
Request from Gary & Ruth of Hillview Close. Could you please let them have any used postage stamps & old mobile phones for their charity Canine Partners. (www.caninepartners.org.uk)