Gravity Support Local Community

Gravity is working alongside the 37 Club, Puriton & Woolavington Parish Councils to provide hot meals to those who are the most vulnerable and isolated in the local community.

The team has delivered over 7,000 meals to date.

Commencing  March 20th, Gravity in collaboration with stakeholders from across the local community established a food delivery service, dedicated to serving those most in need during this period of social distancing.

Recently, Gravity Chairman, Martin Bellamy was interviewed by BBC Somerset Radio, he discussed the vaccine capacity problem and how this is an enormous opportunity for the UK to showcase its unbelievable scientific work.

Martin Bellamy comments, “we can’t just be thinking about producing enough for the UK, we have a responsibility to produce volumes to assist the poorer countries.”

To listen to the Interview: CLICK HERE

Gravity, the UK’s first commercial smart campus, is the blueprint for a smarter, cleaner future – faster. It will deliver a new era of possibility by supporting companies making a difference socially, economically and environmentally, driving the UK’s shift to growing through a cleaner economy.

With direct access to the M5 and accessible by rail, air and sea, the site offers over 635 acres for the creation of millions of sq ft of scalable, flexible and shared working space.

Multinationals and start-ups will benefit from the excellent connectivity and speed of build out Gravity offers. By attracting today’s giants and tomorrow’s unicorns, there will be significant opportunities for collaboration.

With its on-site water provision, renewable and low carbon energy infrastructure and building energy management, dark fibre, excellent transport links, accessible talent pool and knowledge economy including four top-tier universities close by, Gravity provides occupiers with the ability to build, expand, and develop faster and efficiently.

To read more about Gravity CLICK HERE

Gravity Support Local Community

June 18, 2020

Gravity is working alongside the 37 Club, Puriton & Woolavington Parish Councils to provide hot meals to those who are the most vulnerable and isolated in the local community. The team has delivered over 7,000 meals to date. Commencing  March 20th, Grav...

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Bridgwater Chamber Voice Disappointment Over Parking Charges in Local Car Parks!

June 18, 2020

Bridgwater Chamber of Commerce have written to the Chief Executive and Leader of Sedgemoor District Council to voice our disappointment over their decision to reintroduce parking charges in council owned car parks. A copy of the email is shown below: Althoug...

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Jual teams up with gin distillery to produce hand sanitiser during pandemic

June 18, 2020

As the UK went into lockdown in March many small businesses were forced to close up shop. The owner of Somerset-based Jual Branded Clothing, Alison Brown, was one of the few who was able to quickly adapt from the kitchen table. “We’d always supplied PPE,” said...

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Electric Vehicle survey

June 12, 2020

Sedgemoor District Council are asking for your views and comments about electric vehicles and you could win a £25 voucher!   Whilst Covid19 remains uppermost in all our minds, work behind the scenes at Somerset Councils’ carries on.  One exciting project, whi...

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We’re Back! – Mercure Hotel Opening for Key Workers

June 9, 2020

You asked and we’ve listened Following an increase in enquiries we’re pleased to say we will re-open on the 15th June, in line with government advice it will initially be for just key workers but we can’t wait to welcome everyone back just as soon as t...

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