North Cadbury & Yarlington Parish
Friday 06 March 2015

North Cadbury & Yarlington Parish Website

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Have you ever: 

* had ideas about how your local services could be improved? 

* wanted to see if your ideas could make a difference? 

* felt you could be a voice for your community?  So, why not become a Parish or Town Councillor 

With local elections due on 7th May 2015, over 800 town and parish councillors will be required.  Could you be one?

Nomination period is from Thursday, 19th March until the close of nominations at 4pm on Thursday, 9th April


Have Your Garden Waste Collected

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12 month subscription is £48.  At less than a pound per week, this service remains good value and offers a quick and easy way for your garden waste to be collected and composted.

24 month subscription is £91. We are continuing with a 2 year option as it has been popular. We are able to offer a discount as we save money by reducing our admin and postage costs. In addition, 24 month subscribers will be protected from any possible price increase in 2016/17.

As an alternative to bins you can purchase garden sacks from us which currently cost £25 for 10 sacks. These will be collected fortnightly and can be more suitable for smaller gardens or those with access issues.

Coming Up

Notice of Parish Council Planning Meetings 12th March 2015

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Notice of Parish Council Planning Meetings 12th March 2015

Alice in Wonderland

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Camelot Players present Alice in Wonderland at North Cadbury Village Hall 12th to 14th March 2015

This web site is designed to tell of the many attractions awaiting visitors, as well as serving as a centre of information for all who live in the  parishes and round about..

The Civil Parishes of North Cadbury and Yarlington share one Parish Council and comprise the four villages of Galhampton, North Cadbury, Yarlington and Woolston.  They are just to the South and West of the delightful little town of Castle Cary and just North of the A303 trunk route from London to the South West.  Mostly farmland and orchards, the parishes are proud to be the home of two of the very best cheese makers in Somerset.  Our orchards contribute many gallons of the cider for which Somerset is renowned world wide.  Farms in the parishes grow thousands of tons of potatoes amongst a wide range of agricultural crops.  At the other end of the scale we are pleased to host a company servicing many types of helicopter.