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Parish Councillors needed

Minutes Nunney Parish Council

Nunney Parish Council has a vacancy for 2 Councillors to be filled by co-option at its next meeting on Monday 3 September 2018.  More...

Nunney Community SpeedWatch

Nunney Community SpeedWatch

Are you fed up with motorists speeding through Nunney? Why not do something about it and volunteer for SpeedWatch?  More...

Nunney Parish Council

Nunney Parish Council agenda

The next public meeting of Nunney Parish Council takes place on Monday 3 September 2018 at Dallimore Mead Hall in Nunney.  More...

Barratt Homes Nunney

Housing needs survey results published

A housing needs survey conducted by Mendip District Council has suggested a limited need for additional affordable homes in Nunney.  More...

Mendip District Council

Mendip District Council could be abolished

Mendip District Council and five other councils could disappear as part of a cost-saving plan considered by Somerset County Council.  More...

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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.  More...

Mendip District Council

Mendip District Council

Mendip District Council is Nunney’s Local Authority area of Mendip District Council. The District Council’s office is based in Shepton Mallet.  More...

Nunney Waste Collection

Household Recycling and Refuse Collections

Mendip District Council and Somerset Waste Partnership run a range of waste collection and recycling services.   Collection Day for refuse, recycling and garden waste Confirm your collection days The usual More...

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Consultation on extending 20mph zone

Nunney Parish Council is holding a consultation on extending the 20mph zone in Nunney, in Nunney Village Hall on Wednesday 13 September from 6pm to 9pm.  More...

Bus shelter Nunney Market Place

Parish Council plans to proceed with shelter

Nunney Parish Council has agreed unanimously to proceed with plans to erect a shelter in the Market Place, despite losing an appeal against rejected listed building consent.  More...

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