Category Cllr Nigel Taylor

Somerset marks 75th VJ Day anniversary

A momentous day in history will be marked on Saturday with the 75th anniversary of VJ Day – the day that brought the Second World War to an end. Chair of Somerset County Council, Councillor Nigel Taylor, and Chair of the Somerset Armed Forces Covenant Partnership, Councillor Rod Williams, will be joining a small ceremony […]

Flag raising to show Somerset’s support for the Armed Forces

The flag to honour the Armed Forces in Somerset is being raised on Monday 22 June by Somerset County Council Chair Councillor Nigel Taylor outside County Hall in Taunton. He will be joined – with social distancing observed – by Council Leader David Fothergill, Councillor Rod Williams, who chairs the Somerset Armed Forces Covenant Partnership […]

Search is on for Somerset’s heroes

The search is on for community heroes as the Chair of Somerset County Council calls for nominations for his annual Community Awards. Each year the Chair presents awards to those who have made an outstanding contribution to their community and Councillor Nigel Taylor is asking the public to come forward with their suggestions. Last year’s […]

Flag raised at County Hall in honour of Emergency Services

A unique flag has today been raised at Somerset County Council’s Head Office ahead of Sunday’s 999 day. The day celebrates the work undertaken by Emergency Crews all over the country, whilst promoting the best use of the service and the opportunities for volunteers. It also provides a great fundraising opportunity for charitable organisations. The […]

Hundreds of school children to mobilise for festival of dance

More than 1,000 children representing more than 50 Somerset primary schools will be celebrating the annual Folk Dance Festival on Wells Cathedral Green this weekend. Now in its 44th year, the Somerset Schools’ Folk Dance Festival is being held on Saturday 16 June, with 53 schools participating. The schools meet at St Cuthbert’s Church yard […]