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The many community places of interest in Radstock and Westfield

Hi there, on this map, and in the list below, you can find local community organisations, community spaces, places to eat and drink, worship, learn and socialise. We update it periodically, please get in touch if there’s anything you want us to add. Please click on top-right icon [   ] to expand the map Click
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Small Fund Pot Launched

We’re pleased to be able to offer local, unincorporated community associations up to £500, in order to increase their resilience or the resilience of the community they serve. Small Fund Pot – total of £5,000 For: Local unincorporated community associations to increase their resilience or community resilience. Amount per organisation: Up to £500. Fund Close date: End of
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Running For Belief

John Reynolds is a man on a mission. He wants to help children and their parents to improve their confidence, especially around health and wellbeing. John is an enthusiastic runner and has committed a lot of his time towards a very popular local running club that he set up called Westfield TT… now he’s taking
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Community Orchard Justgiving

We are sad to say that the newly planted community orchard in the Church Street Recreation Ground we helped to fund was recently vandalised. Radstock In Bloom are fundraising to replace the broken trees and to improve access to the space by putting in steps. If you can make a donation, please go to their
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Community Kitchen Survey

SURVEY NOW CLOSED. The feedback received will help us to make a decision on the options for investing in a community training kitchen. If you are a resident of Radstock or Westfield (inc. Tyning, Haydon, Clandown, Writhlington) we really need your help! Please can you take a few minutes to complete this survey – and
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