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Milborne Port Gardening Club

GardeningAre you interested in gardening and wider environmental issues? If so why not join the Gardening Club. You do not need to be an experienced gardener.

Our programme for 2018 is packed with interesting talks, discount shopping trips at Castle Gardens, and exciting garden visits during the summer months. Our annual fee of only £10 is due at our next meeting on Tuesday, December 12th at 7.30pm in the Camelot Room at the Village Hall or at any other of our winter monthly meetings. The full programme is available on the Community website (see back cover of your magazine for web address). Do come along to the December meeting if you are interested in joining the club. At the meeting there will be wine or soft drinks, and mince pies. There will also be a fun talk ‘Holly, Ivy and Mistletoe’ by Roy Cheek, a highly regarded speaker.

Improved facilities at Gainsborough

town hallNew Play equipment at Gainsborough - croppedThe recreation ground at Gainsborough have received a significant upgrade this week when a set of new swings were installed to replaced the existing ones which had seen many years of service. The new swings and safety matting have, as well as normal swings, one toddler swing and one swing designed especially for children with disabilities. Funding for this upgrade was provided by the Parish Council.

SSDC consult on local plan

news-800pxSouth Somerset District Council have advised of the ability to review and comment on the review of the local plan for housing and commecial development. Their letter can be read here, and it contains links to many documents and indications of times and places where these can be reviewed.

Community Speedwatch

30mph speed limitCAN YOU SPARE JUST ONE HOUR PER WEEK. We need further volunteers to help with Milborne Port's Community Speed Watch. It is working well but we need more people to help us.

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