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Right Of Way / Footpath Closed without The Landowner Giving Public Notice.

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In the next two photos the landowner put up the fencing when the building in the 2 photos was knock down, because of the footpath / right of way that was there , a road was there befor the building was built , and the last photo the shows the footpath / Right of way closed.

Footpath / Right Of Way Closed.

17 May 2021

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I know that you will be so sorry to hear of the death of our friend and fellow-member, Pat Hutchings.  This sad news is very recent and I have as yet no details to share with you.  

This is a particularly sad and difficult time for Pat`s family, as her death follows closely on the recent loss of her brother, Phil.  Long-standing members may remember Phil Sealey from the early days of BSCF.

YMCA Repaire Has Been Done.

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Still Not Repaired Yet One Year ON

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I have taken two one year apart showing that a panal has come off you can see the date on the photos, the photos are of the YMCA Bridgwater canal, the photos where taken fro the Bridgwater canal footpath.

25 February 2021

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letter to Matt Hancock

25 February 2021

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National Pensioners Conventio

NPC calls for independent public inquiry into the 100,000+ deaths from COVID-19 in the UK

The NPC has written to Boris Johnson, MP, Prime Minister and Rt.Hon. Matt Hancock, MP, Secretary of State for Health & Social Care calling for the establishment of an independent public inquiry into the 100,000 (and rising) deaths from COVID-19 in the UK.

letter to Boris Johnso

download the letter below.

13 February 2021

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I know that you will be saddened to hear of the death of our friend and fellow Forum member, Kathy Wilson. I `ll send condolences on behalf of the Forum to Mark and the family, letting them know that they are very much in our thoughts. Death Unknown

BRIDGWATER LOST CHURCH CEMETERY

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I am looking for place where you think a lost Cemetery may be I am going back befor we have moter vehicles that is 1800 to 1900 there where 16 cemeterys in Bridgwater, well how did you get to the cemetery if there where no moter car, all you had was horse and cart that is if you had the money to buy and keep it.

David Michael Thomas Died.

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Not At Sedgemoor FM

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Some thing last Thursday Sedgemoor FM that is why name chanes

I am Complain about the  Radio Station  it self and not the people who pay for the licenses . ”Sorry I had to (CMA) Because of spelling.”

Given the ongoing situation with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic, the Community Media Association (CMA) wanted to take another opportunity to reassure all our members and the wider sector that we are here working with you throughout the developing health crisis.

DCMS

Yesterday the CMA sent an updated letter to both the Secretary and Minister of State at the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.

We reiterate the problems facing the sector, namely:

  • Loss of trading through cancelled advertising and contracted events
  • Cuts in grant-funded projects
  • Reduced opportunities for the delivery of training
  • Impact on contractual and service delivery income
  • The wider impacts from economic downturn

And we have restated our call for a Community Media Support Package consisting of the following measures:

  1. To substantially increase the Community Radio Fund for 2020-21 to provide anex gratiagrant of £10,000 for each Ofcom-licensed community radio station currently broadcasting that will contribute to the resilience of community radio stations that are facing serious financial hardship as a result of the current crisis.
  2. Community broadcasters are providing airtime free of charge to broadcast public health information. However, government and public bodies such as Public Health England are buying advertising slots from broadcasters for public health information spots and a proportion of this available funding should be allocated to community radio and for not-for-profit local TV broadcasters to ensure that the Government’s messages get through at the community level to the public.
  3. To establish a Public Health Content Fund to support high quality and accurate local public health news reporting and the production of programmes or series of programmes, made by community broadcasters, that increase public understanding and contribute to psychological support during the present public health emergency.

The CMA is also working on setting up a conference call meeting with the Minister of State in the near future.

Given the ongoing situation with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic, the Community Media Association (CMA) wanted to take another opportunity to reassure all our members and the wider sector that we are here working with you throughout the developing health crisis.

DCMS

Yesterday the CMA sent an updated letter to both the Secretary and Minister of State at the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.

We reiterate the problems facing the sector, namely:

  • Loss of trading through cancelled advertising and contracted events
  • Cuts in grant-funded projects
  • Reduced opportunities for the delivery of training
  • Impact on contractual and service delivery income
  • The wider impacts from economic downturn

And we have restated our call for a Community Media Support Package consisting of the following measures:

  1. To substantially increase the Community Radio Fund for 2020-21 to provide anex gratiagrant of £10,000 for each Ofcom-licensed community radio station currently broadcasting that will contribute to the resilience of community radio stations that are facing serious financial hardship as a result of the current crisis.
  2. Community broadcasters are providing airtime free of charge to broadcast public health information. However, government and public bodies such as Public Health England are buying advertising slots from broadcasters for public health information spots and a proportion of this available funding should be allocated to community radio and for not-for-profit local TV broadcasters to ensure that the Government’s messages get through at the community level to the public.
  3. To establish a Public Health Content Fund to support high quality and accurate local public health news reporting and the production of programmes or series of programmes, made by community broadcasters, that increase public understanding and contribute to psychological support during the present public health emergency.

The CMA is also working on setting up a conference call meeting with the Minister of State in the near future.

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