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News from the Council Chamber – September 2018

A few items that the Parish Council wished tobring to residents attention, The full council minutes will appear on the website shortly.

Emergency Plan

The Council is updating the village’s emergency plan. This documents the ability of the village to support itself during a significant emergency or when emergency services may be overwhelmed. As such it documents resources available to the village. The council would welcome volunteers from the village to support the management of this plan. If you would like to consider helping, please get in touch with the Parish Clerk.

Canadian Solar

The council have already had several suggestions as to projects which may be undertaken with the money received from Canadian Solar. Council will decide on projects at the October meeting and would like to encourage residents to come forward with ideas for the use of the funds.

East Street Car Park Vehicle Charging

The council have signed a lease for two high speed electric vehicle charging points to be installed at the above location. It is expected that work on this will start shortly.

Parking

Clump parkingCouncil were concerned about several cases of parking which impeded use of the roads and pavements such as demonstrated by the picture at the entrance to Bathwell Lane. Villagers are also reminded that parking on footpaths is illegal and restricts the passage of pedestrians.                  

Footpath Diversion

The county council informed the PC that the application for a footpath diversion to the west of the Springfield Road playing fields (submitted some three years ago) is now to be considered and will be subject to public consultation.

Council office opening

The PC are now able to extend the opening hours on Tuesday and Friday mornings. They will now be open from 9am – 12 noon.

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