In response to demand (particularly from local businesses) the Council has opened the Community Office on Saturdays for the summer months (June, July and August). It will be open from 9.30 to 12.30 every Saturday.
The office will continue to be open as usual Monday to Friday 9.30 to 12.30.
All 16 Somerset recycling sites can now take rigid plastic food and other household pots, tubs and trays (PTT) in the skips also used for plastic bottles.
Plastic bottles remain the only plastic Somerset Waste Partnership can accept at the kerbside, so please do not add PTT to kerbside recycling boxes.
It is planned to add new materials, such as PTT, beverage cartons (tetrapaks), batteries and small electrical items to the kerbside collections, as the “Recycle More” service rolls out from 2020. Somerset Waste Partnership are procuring a new contractor, new vehicles and improved depots to enable this.
Suitable for recycling at all recycling centres:
- Plastic pots for yoghurt, soup, face cream, hair gel
- Plastic tubs for margarine, ice cream, laundry tabs
- Plastic trays (including black plastic) for meat, ready meals, and plastic punnets for fruit and mushrooms
Please remove all foil, film covers, absorbent pads and card. Rinse out any contents and squash items to fit more in the skips. Not suitable for recycling are plastic films, such as cling film, bubble wrap, carrier bags and film covers; plastic paint pots, plant pots or seed trays; or other plastics, such as toys, garden furniture, car parts, CDs, DVDs, VHS cases or tapes.
Since launch this website has had a form to sign up to a Council newsletter. However this newsletter has never been sent, as we have preferred to use the web and social media for electronic communications.
In the spirit of the new privacy regulations, we have therefore securely deleted the e-mail addresses of those who signed up for the newsletter and we no longer hold that information about our users.
Do you care about its future?
Should it be run by the community?
Are you ready to help?
Come and meet representatives of Bruton Town Council and Somerset County
Council to find out what is proposed and have your say in the consultation.
Bruton Community Office on Monday 4th June, 3.30-6.30pm
Bruton Unionist Club members are shortly to discuss and vote on a proposal to transfer the freehold of the building and its site to Bruton Town Council. The Town Council supports this proposal.
In order to assist members of the Club in making this decision the Town Council has prepared two documents, which can be viewed, downloaded or printed using the links below.
The first is a ‘Questions and Answers’ document.
The second is the Town Council’s Programme Plan for the work it will undertake if it does acquire the freehold.