The parents of a woman who was found dead with her husband at their home in Wellings Close in Chard say they are devastated at their loss.
A post mortem examination revealed that 42-year-old Tracey Baker died from multiple head injuries and her husband, 35-year-old Kevin Baker, strangled himself.
An inquest is due to open into the deaths of a husband and wife found dead in Chard.
The bodies of 35 year old Kevin and 42 year old Tracey Baker were found at their home in Wellings Close on Sunday morning. A post mortem examination revealed that Mrs Baker died from multiple head injuries and her husband strangled himself.
Police say a husband and wife found dead at their home in Somerset last week were Kevin and Tracey Baker.
A post-mortem has revealed that Mrs Baker, who was 42, died from multiple head injures, and her 35-year-old husband strangled himself.
Their bodies were found at their house in Chard on Sunday morning.
Police say they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the deaths, but enquiries continue.
People have been allowed back home after a fire at a furniture warehouse in Somerset.
Crews spent the night tackling the fire in East Street in Chard. Houses nearby were evacuated because of fears about gas cylinders and asbestos on site.
It is understood the owner need treatment for burns to his hands.
Crews have spent the night tackling a fire at a furniture warehouse in Chard. They were called to the building in East Street just after 8pm yesterday evening.
There were gas cylinders inside so a 200m cordon was put in place and residents were moved out of neighbouring properties. There was also asbestos involved so decontamination has taken place.
The building has been 100% damaged by fire. Firefighters are still at the scene but the incident has been scaled down.
A giant water slide has been set up in Chard town centre.
During the course of the day up to 300 hundred people are expected to head down it.
The event was the brainchild of Mayor Jenny Kenton, who's hoping the slide will help put Chard on the map.
Money raised from the event will go to the Mayor’s five charities – Chard Museum, Chard and Crewkerne After Stroke Care, Chard Carers Support Group, Chard Town Team and Chard Area Youth Committee.
The event replicates an event in Bristol earlier this year, which saw people travel from all over the country to take part.
The slide is open for everyone over the age of six. Those under 1.20 metres tall will be able to head down later in the afternoon when the slide is shortened to allow younger children to take part.
A vacuum manufacturer in Somerset has been forced to redesign its products following new laws banning more powerful cleaners.
Numatic in Chard has had to adapt its Henry range of cleaners to follow EU laws to make machines more environmentally-friendly.
Some shops had reported a rise in sales of the more powerful cleaners ahead of the ban. Robert Murphy reports.
A huge water slide is going to be put up in Chard High Street next month. Similar to the one that attracted thousands of people in Bristol the 1.2m slide will go down the High Street. It's been organised by the town's Mayor to raise money for her charities.
You can apply to take part at the Guildhall.
The family of Catherine Wells-Burr will present a petition to 10 Downing Street today.
Two Polish nationals convicted of Catherine's murder have applied to serve their sentences in Poland where they could serve a shorter term.
Jayne and Philip Wells-Burr are calling on the Ministry of Justice to reject their appeal. The family will be accompanied by their local MP David Laws.
Two meeting places in the region have been given thousands of pounds in grants to help make them more attractive to people to use as community hubs.
The National Churches Trust have given £10,000 to both Bath Quaker Meeting House and St Mary Church in Chard. The money will be used for roof repairs, and changing the community facilities at the Bath Grade 2 listed building near Bath Abbey.