This page contains information and links for the people of the Parish of Hutton
Neighbourhood Policing News
Hutton Walkabout is every Wednesday from 11.30am to 12.30pm
Your Neighbourhood Policing Team will be dedicating time in your village so if you have issues please ring either:
PC 2058 Dave Eastman on 07766 804504
PCSO 7369 Maggie Evans on 07824 548831
If there are matters of concern that you wish yo discuss, thern please give us a ring and we will make arrangements to meet you.
1st Wednesday of the month at the Village Hall from 10.00am to 11.30am
PC 2058 Dave Eastman or PCSO 7369 Maggie Evans will be available to discuss matters of concern either at the beat surgery or at a time convenient to you.
Hutton Village Community Defibrillator
The green box strategically placed outside the main entrance to Hutton Village Hall contains the Community Defibrillator purchased with the help of donations made during the Taste of Somerset event, individual and organisations who use the Village Hall and the South West Ambulance Service.
The equipment is now registered with the emergency services and access to the machine can be obtained by calling 999 when the situation dictates use of the machine.
North Somerset Armed Forces Advice and Support Project
This project was launched at the Armed Forces weekend in Weston-super-Mare on 21st June.
It is aimed at all veteran and serving service personnel in our area. We offer advice, information and guidance on all matters from housing, education, benefits, to Health, Training and Employment.
This project is funded by the Armed Forces Covenant LIBOR Fund and is therefore about not only supporting our forces, but easing their reintegration into the civilian community.
More details here.
2011 Census Profile for Hutton
This shows details of population, identity, health and care, economic activity and other data for the people of Hutton gathered in the 2011 census. Available here.
Community Resilience Project for Hutton
Against a background of severe weather and localised flooding, the last few months have seen increasing national and local interest in the community resilience agenda.
The contact number for the North Somerset Council Emergency Management Unit is 01934 426706.
For more information see Issue 3 of Resilience Roundup here.
Reporting Highway Issues Including Potholes and Flooding
Reporting a problem or requesting a service online is the quickest way - Click here
The mobile library visits Holm Road every second Thursday.
The timetable is here.
Hutton Bus Timetables
Flooding is a real risk for our area. For more information see www.n-somerset.gov.uk/Environment/Flooding/
The latest Flooding and Drainage Update is here.
Dial-a-Ride Transport for Local Residents
Operating a door-to-door service for the elderly disabled and disadvantaged within the Weston-super-Mare area between the hours of 8am and 6pm Monday to Friday.
For up to date information on costs and a copy of our membership form please contact our office:
Telephone: 01934 629657 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www.westoncommunitytransport.co.uk
The Snow Code - tips on clearing snow and ice from pavements or public spaces is here.
Signposting for Homeless Persons
Housing Department, Town Hall, W-s-M where the appropriate level of help can be assessed. At the very least a bed in a hostel in Bristol could be offered. (Travelling expenses will be paid.)
Some Where To Go, Boulevard, W-s-M (next to Post Office) offer a drop in with friendly staff on hand to assist. Free lunches are provided on Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays between 10am and 3pm.
St Paul’s Church, Walliscote Road, W-s-M also provide drop-ins on alternate days to Somewhere To Go with free food - 01934 613259.
The Support Department at Alliance Homes could also be contacted who will offer support - 0300 012 0120.
The Salvation Army, Weston/Clevedon may also be able to assist with accommodation and food parcels - 01275 341587.