Radstock has much to offer, it is home to the Radstock Museum where a wide range of exhibits give an insight into much of Radstock’s varied history and geology. Writhlington School is notable for its orchid collection which has won numerous awards and houses the largest collection of orchids outside of Kew Gardens. Nestled on the edge of the Mendips Radstock has access to spectacular routes for both walking and cycling with quiet country lanes and beautiful countryside. There's so much more to discover about Radstock and your Town Council explore the website to find out more.
The Carers Centre are holding a special Concert to celebrate their 20th Birthday
They would love to see you there
Saturday 26th November, 7.30pm at St John's Church, Chilcompton. With music from the Mendip Male Choir and Sing your Heart Out ladies Choir.
Tickets are £7.00 (£6.00 for carers) all proceeds going towards their work in the community
They also have two other fundraising activities which you may be interested in:
The Town Council proudly hosted its fourth Making a Difference Award on Thursday 13 October in partnership with Radstock in Bloom presentations. It was a delight to see so many people and the hall at Trinity Methodist Church was filled to overflowing.
This year's winner was Valerie Montague from Writhlington who has made many commitements to others through her life including; volunteering with Christian Aid, supporting the activities at Writhlington Village Hall and most of all she led Writhlinton Methodist Church until its closure in April.
The newly introduced Youth Award went to seventeen year old Amber Morrish who was credited by her colleagues for he passion and enthusiasm in engaging with local people and getting them involved in community projects in the town.
Tom Huyton Refurbishment
Haydon Allotments flourishing with produce
A visit to Haydon Allotments showed a flourish of flowers, fruit and vegetables for the In Bloom judge to see.
Musicians South West are a collective of professional musicians based in Somerset. They are a community interest company (CIC) whose aim is to bring live musical and multi-arts events to a variety of audiences in the South West, especially to those with limited access to live arts performances.
Musicians South West run several free concert series locally, including the Paradis Palm Court Trio concerts at Midsomer Norton Town Hall on the first Friday lunchtime of each month, Westfield Methodist coffee concerts, on the first Friday morning, and the Second Saturday concerts at Wesley Methodist Hall, Paulton, at 10.45-11.30am.
Radstock in Bloom were joined by residents to celebrate Clean For The Queen and tidy up Radstock
Councillor Gary Dando shows his collection of rubbish