2020 in swing

It’s been rather a quiet time in the public eye for CATCH recently. However, with Christmas finally well and truly behind us, and Spring not far away, we are pleased to announce our first event of the year.

On Sunday morning of the 1st March we will be placing a new information board down at the recreation ground to give the less informed an opportunity to learn something about our beautiful river, The Cale, and will be in conjunction with a community litter pick.

This is the second of two boards purchased by CATCH for the community, and with the aid of the local ‘Mens Shed’ the oak frames will help add to the natural feel to the signage.

If you want to get some fresh air on the Sunday morning, help us dig some holes and fix the signage in place, then please meet up with us at 9am. You may wish to just come along for a natter with the volunteers of CATCH and talk river with us?

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  • Alison Mason-Green says:

    You guys need to respond to Wincanton planning application to build two new modern homes on the supposed vacant/derelict garden plot, rather than ‘woodland’ right on the bank of the river Cale opposite the informal car park on North Street. Developers are planning to build two new Modern houses there and their ‘ecology’ reports, ‘NO’ wildlife on site. You need to act fast as apparently objections need to be submitted no later than the 9th June 2020

    • Matt Bishop says:

      Hi Alison, sorry it has taken this time to respond to you. We have made our views clear and thank you for ensuring we didn’t miss out on the information.

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