Wellington’s gained a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Odd Down (Bath) on Saturday 17th March. Having had their last two matches postponed because of waterlogged grounds, the players must have felt relieved to get the green light to play this fixture after a morning pitch inspection. A ragged and disjointed first 45 minutes led to no […]
Good Friday sees the annual Walk of Witness through the town. Following a United Service organised by Wellington Churches Together at St John’s church, starting at 10am the congregation will follow the cross down the High St and then into South St, finishing at the Baptist Church for coffee and hot cross buns.
WHERE, (Westcountry Health Education & Research Enterprise) a group based in North St to support adults with a disability, is going to receive a £2,000 a year grant from Wellington town council. Initially WHERe had applied for a one-off £1300 sum specifically for its Partially Sighted Group. However, councillors felt that WHERE did such good work […]
The new Mount Vets veterinary hospital opens next week after nearly 18 months of construction work. The facility is designed to make every aspect of animal medicine more efficient and friendly for clients, staff and pets. “Separate waiting areas for cats and dogs,” explains vet Charlotte Freeman as she welcomes us into the airy foyer. […]
With the threat of a library closure in the air, feelings of both anger and frustration against the county council plans are mounting. Town councillors heard last week that Somerset would potentially offer just £5,000 a year towards the £78,000 annual cost of running Wellington library. Even though the consultation on the library has a […]
Taunton Deane’s MP, Rebecca Pow has been named as the ‘Greenest New MP’, following her win at the first ever ‘Green Heart Hero’ awards at a ceremony in Parliament. Rebecca attended the ceremony on Tuesday 13 March where she received the award for the ‘Greenest New MP’ in recognition of the work she has […]