Garden Club – Zoom meeting – Wednesday 17 February at 7.30pm 

David Goode, known for his Widcombe Association Magazine column has kindly agreed to talk about the various Wildlife in a local Widcombe Garden which he will support with fabulous photographs and if were very lucky, some interesting bird-related conversation and songs!

This talk is FREE but it would be helpful if you would register via the link below. If you would like to make a donation toward costs you can opt to do this at the same time.

Widcombe Hill Traffic Survey

Your committee has received the results of a recent survey conducted by two local residents (facilitated by the WA) on a proposal for a cycling and pedestrian route to the University.  In order to reach those that participated in it, the results of the survey are published on the Widcombe Association website at

Go Green Widcombe

The GGW section of the Widcombe Association website is now ready – please see attached flyer for more information on current activities.  GGW are keen for other people join them, particularly if you want to pursue another project – for example greater use of Heat Pumps or reduced use of non-recyclable plastic packaging.

You may also be interested in looking at this website on energy saving tips during coronavirus

Local Plan Partial Update Consultation

The Council is currently inviting comments on it proposed partial update of the existing Local Plan.  Anyone can respond either online or by email.  Details are here –  Local Plan Partial Update Options Consultation | Bath and North East Somerset Council ( The consultation closes on 18 February.

Membership Renewal

Just another little reminder that if you haven’t yet renewed your membership could you please do so as soon as possible. If you have any queries please contact the Membership Secretary – Ann Ashworth – at   Thanks.

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