We are waiting for North Somerset Council to announce the preferred sites for the 20,000 new homes required by the new Local Plan, in particular the ~5,000 that may be proposed for the Green Belt.
Failand Shop has new owners. Ian Anthoney and his wife Lyn are running the shop with their son Ryan and his wife Lisa:
The shop has been give a complete makeover:
Wraxall and Failand Parish Council meetings are now on the first Thursday of each month at 7.30pm and alternate between real world (at Failand Village Hall or the Cross Tree Centre behind Wraxall Church) and Zoom.
Install Zoom on your PC, phone or tablet, then visit the URL for the meeting at the end of the agenda:
Most people in Failand use standard "Fibre" broadband, actually Fibre-to-the-Cabinet (FTTC), from BT or any ISP, which delivers 80Mbps near the cabinet by the traffic lights down to less than 20Mbps at the furthest points like Jubilee Drive. There is now the option to use full Fibre broadband, Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP), from Gigaclear at speeds up to an awesome 900Mbps via the recently installed black 'pots' outside each house, providing speed independent of location.
You can find all packages available via "find a provider" at: