The Parish Council has now received the police report on the recent speed data capture box deployment on Dunkerton Hill
Sadly, it looks as though the time has come to say goodbye to The Batch, which has delivered news to every house in Dunkerton, Tunley and Withyditch for the last 12 years, as no editor has come forward. The question is: how can we best communicate as widely and inclusively in the future? We need your views and suggestions. Currently we have the Dunkerton WhatsApp group, Tunley Talks Facebook group, D&TPC Facebook page and Dunkerton website but these all reach different groups and none of them reach people who are not digitally connected. Please air your views via whichever group you are reading this on, or by email to email@example.com. Views will be monitored by members of the Batch Management Committee for discussion.
BANES Council is consulting on the Bath Transport Delivery Plan. While its name suggests it is about Bath it is important to the parish as it’s about improving transport provision for people travelling into Bath from rural areas like ours’
The deadline for responses to the consultation is 1 March.
The parish council would urge parishioners to respond to make sure that your public and private transport needs for getting In and out of Bath are considered.
The consultation can be found at
The Hub remains open to all residents to assist them during the COVID-19 pandemic and brings together a range of services delivered by Bath Mind, Curo, Citizen’s Advice BANES, DHI, Reach, Age UK BANES and Cleanslate are amongst a few.
Anyone can refer someone to receive support from the Hub by calling 0300 247 0050.