Street Neighbourhood Plan Community Survey 2018

Street Parish Council is embarking on a Neighbourhood Plan for Street. A Neighbourhood Plan gives communities direct power to develop a shared vision for their neighbourhood, and shape the development and growth of their local area. This can include design of new housing, designating Local Green Spaces and where new work spaces should be developed.


The purpose of the survey is to capture the desires and aspirations of the community. Everybody that complete a survey will be entered into a raffle to win some fabulous prizes!


The survey is available online here at All entries must be completed before Friday 7th December 2018.


The results of the survey will help define the policies that make up the Neighbourhood Plan. When the Neighbourhood Plan is ‘made’ it will sit alongside Mendip District Council’s Local Plan and influence planning decisions in the future.

Ringolds Way Play Area Refurbishment

The work in Ringolds Way is progressing very quickly!  The first photo shows the climbing frame for the younger children.  The next two show the zip and frame being built for the older ones.  Swings are going in and the spinner is looking good too!

It is all looking very exciting!












Your Parish Council has arranged to have the play park at Ringolds Way completely renewed.  Many people contributed to our questionnaires a while ago and we have increased prorated all your ideas into the new design.

Work is now well underway and it is beginning to look exciting!  Keep watching for progress reports!

Wreath Laying Times

Poppy wreaths will be laid by Coucillors from Street Parish Council, on behalf of the people of Street at the following war memorials:
Elmhurst School – Friday 9th November from 10:30am
Clarks Memorial – Friday 9th November at 11:00am
Glastonbury Town Hall – Sunday 11th November from 10:30am
Morlands Memorial – Sunday 11th November at 12:30pm
Street Memorial – United Reformed Church – Sunday 11th November from 2:00pm

Community Mentoring Programme

Community Mentoring Programme

Could you help a young person to realise their full potential?

Raising Aspirations matches volunteer mentors with students from Crispin School, Street. It encourages students to develop their self-belief and aspirations.  Commitment is approximately one hour a month during term-time. And it has been proved to work.

Please email Sharon Hale for more info on

Let’s support our young learners!