Contact your Councillor or MP
Do you need help or advice to deal with Nunney Parish Council, Mendip District Council, Somerset County Council or the national government? Here’s how to get in touch with the right people.
Nunney Parish Council
Beverley Palmer, parish clerk
Mobile 07752 936 709
The parish council deals with planning matters (they are statutory consultees), crime prevention, managing open spaces and campaigning for and delivering better services and facilities. Council meetings usually take place on the first Monday of every month in the Dallimore Mead Hall at 7.30pm. Notices and agendas for meetings are posted on village notice boards. Parishioners are welcome to attend as observers. Copies of the minutes of council meetings are available on the notice board and on this site. A Parish Meeting takes place annually, usually in May, at which the council presents its annual reports and accounts.
Mendip District Council
David van Dyk
Telephone 01749 648 999
Mobile 07738 490 887
David represents Cranmore, Doulting and Nunney on Mendip District Council. The District Council is responsible for local services, including planning, council housing, and rubbish collection. Most district councillors are not paid a salary, but get a basic allowance for the work they do.
Somerset County Council
Telephone 01373 812 152
Mobile 07966 298 406
Philip represents Mendip Central and East on Somerset County Council. The County Council is responsible for local services, including education, social services, transport, roads (except trunk roads and motorways), public rights of way, and libraries. Most county councillors are not paid a salary, but get a basic allowance for the work they do.
House of Commons
Constituency office: 13 Stony Street, Frome, Somerset BA11 1BU
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Telephone 01373 580 500
David represents Somerton and Frome in the House of Commons. The House of Commons is responsible for making laws in the UK and for overall scrutiny of all aspects of government.