There are plenty of road closures at the moment as our roads are dug up for the arrival of fibre broadband. This has been a long time coming and represents a step change in connectivity for communities who have had to wait years to get superfast broadband speeds.
There was a stark contrast between the victory speeches of the new leaders of the Conservative Party and the Liberal Democrats. Jo Swinson accepted her new role in front of a huge sign that said 'STOP BREXIT' and said in her speech that this was her party's top priority.
This is the last column I'll write whilst Theresa May is our Prime Minister. By the time this paper is published next week, the Queen will have called for the winner of our party's leadership election to see her at Buckingham Palace and invited him to form a Government.
The proposal to move Wells's Post Office is attracting lots of attention and emotion. Three years ago we were able to 'save' the Post Office in its current location because we persuaded Post Office to remove a financial advantage for the postmaster to resign at that time.
On the morning before Meaningful Vote Three I felt genuine hope that we might be about to make significant progress on our Brexit journey. Enough Labour MPs seemed to be wavering and on our own side the majority of ERG rebels seemed to be falling into line.