Solar farm meeting update

We were delighted to see about 90 people at the special meeting to discuss the proposed solar farm. There was standing room only. There was an excellent discussion with many interesting points raised.  In the end, every person in the room voted against the proposal, which gives the parish council an overwhelming mandate to oppose it. We had a number of volunteers to form a group to co-ordinate the […]

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Parish Council Vacancy

We have a vacancy for a parish councillor.  It’s a great opportunity to serve your community. An election to fill the vacancy will be held if ten electors from the parish write to the returning officer by 11 September, 2015 asking for an election to be held.  In this case, the parish must pay for the election. If an election is not requested by that date, then the parish council […]

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New Councillor – Angela Andrews

We have co-opted Angela Andrews on to the parish council.  Angela will be well known to many of you, especially those who have entered her dog agility event at the BG games.  Angela lives at Egerton House Farm,  is a church warden and contributes to many community activities.  She is eager to work to benefit everyone in the village. We are delighted that Angela is joining our team and look […]

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Extraordinary meeting – proposed solar farm

We are holding an extraordinary council meeting to assess residents’ views on the proposed solar farm at Redhouse Farm, in preparation for the council’s response to a forthcoming planning application.  The meeting will be on Monday 24 August at 7:00pm in the village hall.  Please come along and let us know your views.  It would be great to see as many of you as possible. The agenda for the meeting is here.

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War memorial rededication photos

We rededicated the war memorial on 18 July 2015.  It was great to see so many people of all generations come out to pay their respects to the villagers who lost their lives serving in the wars. Afterwards, we had tea and cakes in the scout hut and viewed a wonderful exhibition from the children of St Mary’s School of their research on those who died. Here are some pictures of […]

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