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Keynsham Town Council was formed in 1991 and aims to provide quality local services, amenities and representation at the best possible standard within a realistic budget. The Town Council has a membership of 15 Councillors. Elections for the Town Council are held every four years. Town Councillors do not receive any payment for being elected Members and offer their time voluntarily for the benefit of the local community.

Latest News

Notice of Vacancy North Ward

Published: 22 Jan 21

Notice of Casual Vacancy - Following the death of Councillor Tony Crouch, a casual vacancy has arisen in the office of Councillor for Keynsham North Ward of Keynsham Town Council Read More...

ATTENTION KEYNSHAM – COVID INFECTIONS ARE HIGH IN THIS AREA OF B&NES

Published: 22 Jan 21

Covid-19 case numbers are high in the Keynsham area. Read More...

B&NES Council Local Plan Partial Update Options Consultation

Published: 21 Jan 21

Bath and North East Somerset Council are currently undertaking Local Plan Partial Update Options Consultation which runs between 7th January and 18 February 2021. A series of webinars supporting the consultation are being held in January and February. Read More...

MESSAGE FROM B&NES PUBLIC HEALTH

 

We continue to see a high number of COVID-19 cases across Bath and North East Somerset.

The KEYNSHAM Area is particularly high.

Rates across the Keynsham Area have ranged between 580 and 700 new cases per 100,000 in the week up to 16th January

Please everyone - We need your help to get them down .

 

 

It’s very important that now, more than ever, you follow the rules.

· Stay at home and leave only for essential purposes such as:

1. Work – where it is unreasonable for you to do your job from home

2. Absolutely necessary shopping

3. Exercise

4. Health care

· It is against the law to meet socially with family and friends, unless they are part of your household or support bubble

· Please exercise responsibly and maintain social distancing at all times – especially in play areas and green spaces

· You must self-isolate if you, or anyone in your household/bubble, has COVID-19, the symptoms of COVID-19, or is waiting for a test result.


Please stay at home, protect the NHS and save lives.