Communities close to the site of a planned nuclear power station in Somerset are to be given almost half a million pounds.
The money from the Hinkley Point C Community Mitigation fund will be shared by communities in Bridgwater and North Petherton
It's hoped the money will help the towns overcome the impact of construction work as the power station takes shape.
The cash will go towards projects that will help Bridgwater's shopping areas and school children, pedestrians and cyclists in North Petherton and Bridgwater.
The two projects are designed to help mitigate some of the impacts that are likely to affect the two towns as the Hinkley Point C construction project moves into the next phase of works, including further highway works within Bridgwater.
The Government gave the final go ahead for the power station at Hinkley Point earlier this month, following a "new agreement" with EDF.
EDF Energy boss says there is no danger of the Government having to provide extra funds if Hinkley goes over budget
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