Crewkerne Mayor, Kathy Head has issued a message to the local community, as the town prepares to enter a second lockdown on Thursday. Cllr Kathy Head said: “In these uncertain times, I would like to thank the people of Crewkerne for supporting the lockdown and quarantine rules since March. Collectively, you have managed to keep the number of positive Covid-19 cases low. However, in line with the rest of the country to prevent further rises in cases and to support the local NHS, we enter another period of lockdown. Please continue to support the local businesses that are open, either in person safely or online. Stay safe everyone and look after yourselves, family, friends and neighbours.”
Crewkerne Town Council is looking at ways to help the town’s businesses promote the services they offer and has discussed expanding the section in the town council newsletter and in website links. Any local business that is interested in finding out more about this new development, please email Cllr Rob Cottle, Crewkerne Town Council’s representative and liaison officer on the Crewkerne Business Group, firstname.lastname@example.org. Crewkerne Local Information Centre at the town hall will close from November 5th until December 2nd, in line with the Government’s requirements but there is still time tomorrow morning, to visit the exhibition by the Crewkerne Branch of the Royal British Legion and support this year’s Poppy Appeal.