Visitors/new members will be most welcome at any of our meetings/events. For any further information please contact either Jenny – 720820, Gaynor – 577703 or Eileen 720125.
Did you know – the car scheme will be eight years old in July 2017? In its first six months there were a total of 9 journeys covering 282 miles. Now in the last six months of 2016 there were 264 journeys covering almost 5000 miles. In eight years our
Full and half plots available in Chippenham For all enquiries, please contact Jeremy Gibb on 01223 346644 or email@example.com
Proposal: proposed replacement of room in the roof first floor with a full storey height first floor with a full storey height first floor, porch extension to front, replacement roof covering, replacement windows and rendering of building at first floor level Location: 4 Palace Lane Reference: 17/00142/FUL
Proposal: single storey link between detached garage and house. Installation of aquarium. Location: 9 Scotland End Reference: 17/00140/FUL
Proposal: change of use of land to provide satellite training facility for construction related skills to include parking area, improved access, temporary classroom and buildings, training areas, security fencing, plant compound and associated works. Location: Land to northwest and adjacent A11 Norwich Road, Kennett, Suffolk Reference: 16/01401/FUL Proposal: Provide
1. It has been brought to the council’s attention that people are exercising their dogs in the large play area. We have had reports of children falling into dog mess at the play area and as you can imagine this is not only unhygienic but a health and safety concern too. The play area
There is a common misconception that Neighbourhood Watch was of yesteryear and is no longer relevant. This is not the case. The Home Office lists it as the largest voluntary organisation in the country with a membership that covers more than 3.7 million households in England and Wales. In East
East Cambridgeshire District Council is currently running a survey asking for feedback on the existing recycling service and how it may change in future. The survey shown on the front page of the Councils website (http://www.eastcambs.gov.uk) or you can go directly to the survey using this link (https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/3YJVKY3).
Our Annual General Meeting was held in September in Chippenham Village Hall. Helen, our Leader, reported a very full and busy year.The meetings had been well attended and we had been very pleased to welcome two new members to our midst. Speakers at our formal meetings covered a diverse range