Wellington Hospital’s inpatient unit has been taking in patients following the reopening of its overnight beds last week.
Schools in Taunton and the children who attend have started the academic year boosted by a multi-million pound collection of new builds and improvements.
St James Street activity is looking more positive than originally thought! The first monitoring report on the trial closure of St James Street has shown an increase in footfall at the junction with North Street.
The Duke of Wellington is to pay a visit to Somerset as part of the 200 year anniversary of the only visit by the original Duke of Wellington.
Tone News has received a letter from a local resident in the Coal Orchard area of Taunton who is not happy with the recent closure of the riverside footpath
Works have progressed well and the contractors, Alun Griffiths are now are preparing the ground for surfacing, which will happen later in September.
Armed Forces Day will once again take place in Vivary Park on July 4th 2020, the details of which were confirmed earlier this week after organisers met with Somerset West & Taunton Council.
Musicians wanted! Somerset County Youth Concert Band (SCYCB) are one of the most recognised instrumental groups in Somerset and are looking for musicians to join them.
Recycling centre permits are bright orange and will permit you to take your van or trailer to recycling sites but has it got a 30 September expiry date? Do not worry or get a new permit; the scheme is rolling on unchanged.
Twelve school girls and boys from Taunton Preparatory School in Somerset have achieved their mission to swim the English Channel becoming one of the youngest teams ever to complete it.