Become a member

Join our fast-growing CAG Somerset network today to become part of a wider network of organisations supporting sustainability and community action. 
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Whether you are an existing community group or would like to set up a new group in your area, the CAG Somerset team provides day-to-day support to help you on your way.  

CAG Somerset membership is free. As a member, you agree to provide us with information on the activities you carry out, so we are able to measure your groups impact and share this with you. This will be useful and interesting for your group’s members, volunteers and potential funders.  

We currently support groups throughout the Somerset County area who focus on re-use, repair, reduction, sharing, surplus food and composting. 

We look forward to supporting you on your community sustainability journey! 

You can either:  

Contact us if you’d like to chat to us further about your group, ideas or insights.  

Or complete the Membership Enquiry Form and we will be in touch to hear more about your community group shortly.  

Not in our area or our current focus, but still interested in CAG? Contact us to register your interest. 

Useful resources

Guidance and documentation that you’ll need to run your group

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We support and help community action groups who focus on re-use, repair, reduction, sharing, surplus food or composting.

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