If you feel strongly about the paving work at Dunster have a say - Staff from Somerset County Council will be in Dunster this weekend to hear people’s views about the paving laid in West Street earlier this year.
Councillor Harvey Siggs, Cabinet Member for Highways, said: “The majority of the works have been very successful – completed just ahead of time and on budget. However, the choice of paving slabs used in West Street has been the subject of some concern.
“We are listening to those concerns, have read the correspondence and attended meetings, but before making a decision on next steps we want to hear from people in the village who may not yet have been able share their views.
“We value Dunster highly – which is why we invested £400,000 in these recent works – and we want to reach an outcome that works for the village.”