Parish Council Report
The Parish council would like to wish you all a belated happy new year.
We are pleased to announce that SPEEDWATCH is again up and running in the village. The police report that the majority of those caught, live within the parish boundaries, if this applies to you take note. Our speedwatch coordinator would love to hear of anyone interested in joining the speedwatch team. Hours can be arranged to suit volunteers. Help us keep speed down in our village the more volunteers we have the more hours we can operate the gun, contact Geoff Lupton 831398 for full details.
The PARISH STEWARD scheme run by county hall is up and running again. He comes once a month to do those little jobs around the village like additional grass cutting filling potholes clearing leaves from paths clearing blocked drains cleaning road signs. The Parish council prepare a list for him prioritizing what is most urgent and he does what he can in a day. If any villager sees anything which needs doing, as long as it can be done by one man in a day, please contact Emily Greening 830248. We value your eyes and ears.
The County Council are aware of the water problem at the end of Little Court Lane and have given assurance that they are looking into it
NEW Kissing Gates on paths 12 and 19 (both paths going up the hill to open access) installed by the rambling association The work they have done is extensive, repairing steps ,cutting back hedges and overhanging branches and have made the hill much easier to access. The council have written to thank them on your behalf.
We would like to express are thanks to the Station Yard, Three Daggers Inn , May Ball and Edington Fair for their generous donations which have enabled the new equipment in the playing field to be installed, this has improved the facilities for are youngest children .
Next Parish Council Meeting Monday 13 February at 7.30 in the Parish Hall villagers welcome. The council is up for re-election in May so any budding Parish councillors welcome.