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Decision on 800 new homes, school and care home in Yeovil to be made virtually The current plans - which also include a 65-bed care home, a community hall, a primary school and 2.58 hectares of employment land - were approved by the council's area south committee back in December 2019.
Dinosaur roams the Earth once again to delight of town's residents A person in a Tyrannosaurus rex costume has kept people in lockdown entertained in Callander, Perthshire.
'Desperate' tourists stranded by India lockdown anxious to return home Canadian Lambert Desrosiers Gaudette, who is now trying to get on a French rescue flight, said: "We've been desperate for quite a while." Australian Matthew Chinery had planned for a long vacation, including a trip to the Himalayan Kashmir and learning new sewing techniques he could use for his business back home.
Virus halts travelling circus in Netherlands But now, as coronavirus measures shut down the entertainment industry across Europe, they have been left stranded in the Netherlands. "It's catastrophic for everybody," said Sarina Renz, of the family circus that has been in existence since 1842.
Timeline of sport's response to coronavirus on Thursday, April 2 The Open remains on for now although a postponement has not been ruled out.
NEWS - Legends Match Postponed Today, organisers Kevin Gall and Abby Carter have sadly had to confirm the postponement of the Yeovil Town Legends fixture vs. South West XI.
Police reassure public after violent attack in Yeovil posted on Facebook Police officers have moved to reassure Yeovil residents after a video of an attack taking place in the town was posted on Facebook,.
Derelict former The Park School site in Yeovil to be transformed into 24 homes A derelict former school in Yeovil is to be transformed into 24 homes. Planning permission has been granted to demolish the former junior school site of The Park School on The Park and transform it into a modern housing development.
London paramedics have enough PPE, says boss There have been concerns that NHS staff are not being supplied with enough personal protective equipment to keep them safe while treating patients with Covid-19.
Sporting film of the day - Rocky Amid global lockdown, the PA news agency runs a daily rule over some of the films that might provide that much-needed sporting fix - and those that absolutely shouldn't.
National League's three divisions suspended indefinitely The three divisions of England's National League are suspended indefinitely because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Yeovil Town Football Club furloughs all players and staff amid coronavirus outbreak Yeovil Town Football Club has furloughed all of its players and staff due to the coronavirus outbreak. The club also announced that all of its operations will be placed into hibernation with immediate effect as a result of the move, which has been made to prevent it from having to make widespread redundancies.
STATEMENT - National League suspended indefinitely The National League Board met earlier today and has reviewed its prior decision to suspend the competition until at least 3rd April 2020.
Yeovil Town and Bath City's seasons on hold as National League postponed indefinitely The division which includes local clubs Yoevil Town FC and Bath City FC, was the last professional football to be played in England, with games last being held on March 14, which is when the EFL and Premier League seasons were initially suspended. Yet the decision to keep playing was met with criticism from some club officials.
Release date for BBC's Normal People adaptation revealed A new trailer sees the pair enjoy a moment of quiet privacy. The short clip offers viewers a second glimpse into the lives of the two young Irish students, following the release of the first trailer in January. Filming took place in Dublin, Sligo, Italy and Sweden with Oscar-nominated director Lenny Abrahamson.
Russell Crowe reveals Johnny Vegas is delivering food during crisis Russell Crowe has revealed comedian Johnny Vegas will be delivering food and medicine to people in need of help in his home town of St Helens during the coronavirus crisis. The bearded New Zealander shared a video on Twitter, relaying a message from his friend asking for people who need assistance to call a helpline.
Mountain goats take over deserted streets in seaside village Wild goats that have been ‘kidding around’ in Llandudno, North Wales, during the national lockdown have been captured on camera by a local…
Yeovil Town Football Club accounts reveal huge losses in last financial year The accounts, which are for the year ending June 30, 2019 and have been published on Companies House, show that the club - under its official name of Yeovil and Athletic Football Club - recorded a loss for the first time in three years. The amount of money which the club owes to creditors also rose by nearly £400,000 to more than £1m.
Fixture Throwback: Yeovil Town 0-5 West Ham United The official West Ham United website with news, tickets, shop, live match commentary, highlights, fixtures, results, tables, player profiles, West Ham TV and more…
Eerie pictures show deserted M5 and Yeovil and Bath resembling 'ghost towns' amid coronavirus lockdown On the morning after the country was put into lockdown, pictures showed Yeovil town centre resembling something akin to a ghost town as all but essential shops were forced to close and only a handful of people were seen on the streets, compared with the hundreds you would usually expect on a Tuesday afternoon.
Remembering Yeovil's lost 20,000 seater greyhound stadium The town became renowned for hosting the dogs throughout the early and mid-20th century and had four different greyhound venues. Yeovil's roots in the sport stretched back as far as May 1928, when greyhound racing took place around the old Yeovil Town Football Club stadium at Huish.
Vandalism of Covid-19 posters branded 'despicable' It was also reported that a defibrillator was pulled from its box on a wall outside a shop on the same street and that a number of males had been banging on doors and were seen running away from the area. Officers attended and recovered the defibrillator, which was not damaged.
Two more coronavirus deaths in Northern Ireland There were 49 new positive cases of Covid-19 reported on Saturday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Northern Ireland to 324, according to the Public Health Agency. The latest figures were outlined as a Stormont minister warned that the safety of agri-food and retail workers was "non-negotiable" during the emergency.
Sporting film of the day - The Keeper Few goalkeepers have survived more tests of character than Bert Trautmann, the former Nazi paratrooper who joined Manchester City amid much protest in the years immediately after the Second World War. Following his capture, The Keeper takes up Trautmann's story after he is sent to a prisoner of war camp in Lancashire.
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