Williton village residents asked for views on future plans

People living in a Somerset village are being asked for their views on plans for future development over the next 20 years.

West Somerset Council wants people who live in Williton to help shape their "draft master plan" for the village.

Issues being raised include flooding, which has affected parts of the village, and how to make its centre more accessible on foot and by bike.

The consultation ends at 1700 BST on 22 July.

An event where people can drop in to ask questions is also being held at the council's HQ in Killick Way in Williton on 23 June from 1700-2000 BST.

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