Adherence to the Mission Statement Cadbury's is among the biggest purveyors of chocolate internationally, and it is their adherence to the ethos of its mission statement that has brought this about. The company resolves to produce quality and is committed to continuous improvement to make sure that what they promise is delivered. Worldwide Cadbury's Although the company is based in the Midlands in Britain, Cadbury's has factories across the world: Yet again, a testimony to the resolve to make good its mission statement.
Roman Trajectus[ edit ] Keynsham Cemetery at Durley Hill, which is built over the remains of the grand Roman villa Evidence of occupation dates back to prehistoric times, and during the Roman period, Keynsham may have been the site of the Roman settlement of Trajectus, which is the Latin word for "bridgehead.
In during construction of the Durley Hill Cemetery, the remains of a grand Roman villa with over 30 rooms was discovered. The cemetery was expanded inand an archeological dig was carried out ahead of the interments, leading to the excavation of 17 rooms and the rescue of 10 elaborate mosaics.
The villa and coffins were removed to a place near the gates of the factory grounds, and construction on the factory went ahead. Fry's built in the grounds of the factory a museum which for many years housed the Durley Hill mosaics, the coffins, and numerous other artefacts.
Before settling here, she had been warned by the local King that the marshy area was swarming with snakes, which prevented habitation. St Keyne prayed to the heavens and turned the snakes to stone.
Some scattered archeological evidence suggests that an Anglo-Saxon settlement existed in Keynsham in the High Street area, and that in the 9th century a Minster church existed in Keynsham as well. Archeological evidence suggests that the abbey was built over the site of the previous Saxon Minster church.
The remains have been designated as a Grade I listed building by English Heritage.
The Great Flood of inundated large parts of the town, destroying the town's bridges including the county bridge over the Avon which had stood since medieval times, and private premises on Dapps Hill; the devastation was viewed by the Duke of Edinburgh.
The town council evaluates local planning applications and works with the local police, district council officers, and neighbourhood watch groups on matters of crime, security, and traffic.
The town council's role includes projects for the maintenance and repair of parish facilities, such as the village hall or community centreas well as consulting with the district council on the maintenance, repair, and improvement of highways, drainage, footpaths, public transport, and street cleaning.
It also provides support for community groups organising music and cultural events. The town council was formed in and consists of 15 members elected every four years.
The town is divided into Keynhsam North, which has five Conservative councillors, Keynsham South which is represented by three Conservative and two Labour councillors, and Keynsham East, which has the remaining 5 councillors, all of whom are Conservatives.
It is also responsible for educationsocial serviceslibrariesmain roads, public transporttrading standardswaste disposal and strategic planning, although fire, police and ambulance services are provided jointly with other authorities through the Avon Fire and Rescue ServiceAvon and Somerset Constabulary and the Great Western Ambulance Service.
Bath and North East Somerset's area covers part of the ceremonial county of Somerset but it is administered independently of the non-metropolitan county. Its administrative headquarters is in Bath, but many departments are headquartered in Keynsham.
The weir side of the island is also the mouth of the River Chew.
Memorial Park, the northern part of which has existed as parkland since the 19th century,  as shown by the ordnance Survey maps of and was formally laid out after World War II was extended after the floods of It commemorates the war dead of Keynsham and includes facilities including two children's play areas, a skateboard park, multi-sport area, bowling greenpublic toilets, a bandstand and refreshment kiosk.
The formal gardens within the park are adjacent to the River Chew with the Dapps Hill Woods at its western end. The site is on a south-facing slope running alongside the Bristol to Bath railway line. It consists of open patches of grassland and bare rock, interspersed with blocks of scrub.
It is the only site in Avon at which Upright Chickweed Moenchia erecta, occurs. Threats to its ecological value include the encroachment of scrub onto the grassland areas, and damage from motorcycle scrambling.Todd Stitzer had been working for Cadbury Schweppes for nearly 20 years when he was called by its chief executive one day in February and handed a mission to complete.
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