Notice is hereby given in accordance with Section 87 of the Local Government Act 1972 that a vacancy has occurred on the Tatworth & Forton Parish Council
Flood relief and woodland scheme for Jubilee Field 
The Parish Council is seeking tenders to remedy the extensive wet patch caused by machinery damage to a land drain in Jubilee Field and help mitigate surface flooding in the village by reducing the rate of the downstream flow.
Added 28/01/2020
This event will be organised by the Somerset Climate Action Network and hosted by all five Somerset local authorities

Added 07/02/2020

Tatworth and Forton is a rural parish surrounded by beautiful countryside yet close to major towns. The main centre of population lies two miles south of Chard, although Forton is closer to Chard than to Tatworth and South Chard. The parish is roughly triangular in shape measuring 3.5 miles west to east and 4 miles north to south. It is the most south westerly parish in Somerset, bordered on the east by the River Axe and dorset on the South and West by Devon. There are bus links north and south from Tatworth and South Chard and to Taunton and Yeovil to the east from Forton. The M5 motorway junction is at Taunton.

There are 1115 households and a population of approximately 2700.

Tatworth and Forton History

Julia's Poster Winter Wellbeing Poster 2019
 Helping people keep warm, well and worry free over winter
Men working shed

Do you have unused talents and skills……..
Prepared to share them……
Daytime hours to fill……….
Need to meet other like minded men……

If you are interested to see if there is a need locally to set up a MAN’s SHED please contact the Parish Clerk
Proposed Meeting sponsored by Tatworth & Forton Parish Council

Rural ranger poster
Tatworth Church