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Extra funding has been given to foodbanks in Somerset

Extra funding has been made available to support Somerset's foodbanks which have been playing a vital role throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

In order to provide extra support this winter, grants of between £2,000 and £3,000 have been awarded to a number of foodbanks across the county, including Glastonbury and Street Bridging the Gap Foodbank, as part of Somerset's Food Resilience Programme.

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The money has come from the Coronavirus Community Support Fund

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport has now announced that 11 charities in the Wells constituency, including two in Glastonbury, have received a combined total of more than £196,000 to help their crucial work continue, despite the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic.

Wells MP James Heappey has said this money will be a "lifeline" for these charities and those that they help.

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Lowerside Allotments (Photo: Google Maps)

Glastonbury's town clerk has moved to reassured Lowerside allotment holders in the town after concerns were raised that affordable housing could be build on the land.

Allotment holders expressed their worries about losing their space after receiving a letter from Glastonbury Town Council saying the Lowerside Allotments could be a site where the building of affordable housing was being considered with money from the government's Town Fund that Glastonbury is eligible for.

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