2001, 2022

Manor Farm / A359 bridge proposals – public consultation events

Thursday, January 20, 2022|

Emily Estate (UK) Limited

Hadspen House – Castle Cary – Somerset BA77NG

01963 359 172 [email protected]

Manor Farm / A359 bridge proposals – public consultation events

We will be holding public consultation events at Castle Cary Market House on

Thursday 27th of January between 1300 and 1730

&

Saturday 29th of January between 1000 and 1300

We will be exhibiting information and able to answer any questions about our two planning applications:

  • Replacement of the existing Manor Farm with a new purpose-built farm on adjacent land
  • New pedestrian and agricultural vehicle bridge over the A359

Please feel free to drop in and have a look over the plans and ask any questions you may have

If you can’t make it, and have any questions, please feel free to drop an email to [email protected]

Ed White

Project Manager

Emily Estate

 

Registered in England & Wales – Company No. 849 6160 Reg Office: Estate office, Hadspen House,

VAT Registration No. 166 7088 75 Castle Cary, Somerset BA7 7NG

1201, 2022

No Nat West van on Thursday 13th Jan!

Wednesday, January 12, 2022|

Unfortunately the Nat West van is being repaired and so will not be able to visit us tomorrow Thursday 13th Jan.  Hope fully all will be back to normal next week.

1101, 2022

£3.8m to help support Somerset households with food and bills this winter

Tuesday, January 11, 2022|

Press Release – L3.8m to help support Somerset households with food and bills this winter

501, 2022

Town Councillor vacancies

Wednesday, January 5, 2022|

Castle Cary Town Council currently has two vacancies for Councillors.

501, 2022

Memory Cafe back 2nd February

Wednesday, January 5, 2022|

Hello all Memory Cafe guests and happy new year! We have decided to postpone our January sessions but look forward to welcoming you back on and after Weds 2nd February.  See you there!

501, 2022

Cafe Scientifique Somerset – 11th January

Wednesday, January 5, 2022|

Tuesday 11th January sees  our next Cafe Scientifique Somerset session. Professor Martyn Tranter talks about his Deep Purple project investigating the growth of algae on the polar icecaps.  What does this mean and how does it link with climate change? Come and join us: it’s free! Science in an informal setting, with a drink and discussion. 6.30pm for 7pm. 07375 890751 for further details

 

2512, 2021

Merry Christmas to all residents and visitors in Castle Cary and Ansford!

Saturday, December 25, 2021|

 

1712, 2021

Ordering Lateral Flow Tests from a pharmacy

Friday, December 17, 2021|

Do you need lateral flow tests? They can be picked up from pharmacies but you require a code: https://test-for-coronavirus.service.gov.uk/collect-lateral-flow-kits

 

1412, 2021

Statement from Castle Cary Town Council re. Boxing Day Hunt Meet

Tuesday, December 14, 2021|

CCTC statement Boxing Day hunt

612, 2021

Castle Cary through time in 21 Objects is now in book form!

Monday, December 6, 2021|

This brand-new publication is based on the Cary21 exhibition which was held in the Market House this summer. It is a slim volume of 52 pages with well-written texts and lots of colour illustrations.

It provides insights into key moments in the story of our town, starting with a stone-age axe-head found in Churchfields in the 1970s through to modern times.

It has been produced by the Cary History Society.

Due to the current Covid situation it has been decided that it would be inappropriate to hold the planned book launch. The book will therefore be on sale from Monday 6 December in the Market House information point (open mornings only) and Bailey Hill Bookshop.

The special pre-Christmas price is £10.

It can additionally be picked up – or delivered – by arrangement – just contact [email protected]

All profits will be donated to The Market House project and Castle Cary Museum