02/21 Parish Council Report

Update From Robyn Davison…

The February Parish Council meeting was held via ZOOM on Tuesday 9th February at 7pm.

Good Neighbours Scheme

The Good Neighbours Scheme reported on their work this month, and the increased demand for their services during lockdown 3. Council thanked them for all that they are contributing to the village.

Estates & Woodlands Committees

The Estates Committee reported on their quarterly meeting, held in January, and the Council approved the appointment of two people to the committee to fill existing vacancies. The Great Central Woodland Committee reported on their January meeting and Councillors approved spending to improve the woodland paths.

The Signpost

Councillors received a report from the Signpost editor, John Williams, on the recent annual Signpost survey. Councillors were pleased to see an increase in those people taking part in the survey this year.

St Mary’s Churchyard

Councillors approved spending on work in St. Mary’s churchyard, and thanked Mr. Ian Osborne for volunteering to project manage this work.

Planning Matters

Two items of planning were discussed, and Councillors observations will be sent to DDC before their next planning committee meeting.

Next Meeting

The next Parish Council Meeting will be held on Tuesday March 9th at 7pm via ZOOM (for access details to the meeting please see the March agenda which will be published on the Village Signpost the week before the meeting).

3 thoughts on “02/21 Parish Council Report

  1. Stephen Smith

    Was anything mentioned about the entrance to pocket park from Willow Close area. When it rains it’s just a sea of mud which is extremely slippy and dangerous. The gravel footpath has completely disappeared and needs re addressing. Also the panel fencing along the footpath has either rotted away or pulled down and lobbed into the brook. This does need attention as and when . Regards Stephen Smith

    1. John Williams Post author

      Hi, Stephen. I got the following reply from the Parish Clerk, so it looks like it’s in hand…..

      “The Council’s maintenance men visited the site. The debris/fencing will initially be cleared from the stream. Further consideration will be given about the fence and the ground surfacing as the weather permits.”


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