MINUTES OF A MEETING OF PUBLOW WITH PENSFORD PARISH COUNCIL HELD ON TUESDAY 20th JUNE 2017 AT THE CHURCH ROOM CHURCH STREET PENSFORD
Present: Chairman: Mrs J Stephenson Vice-chairman: Mr T Heaford Mr P Baxter, Mr J Kelly, Mrs T Jones, Mrs S Grimes, Mrs D Custance, Mr S Filer.
Cllr P May. Clerk: Mrs J Bragg.
There were eight members of the public present.
Chairman explained that Continue reading Parish Council Minutes – 20th June 2017
PARISH COUNCIL AGENDA TO BE HELD ON MONDAY 10th JULY 2017 AT MEMORIAL HALL PUBLOW LANE PENSFORD
TO ALL PARISH COUNCILLORS
You are summoned to attend a meeting of the Parish Council on Monday 10TH July 2017 at 7.15 pm in the Pavilion Room at the Memorial Hall
J Bragg (Mrs) – Clerk to the Parish Council Date: 5TH July 2017
Public Participation: PLEASE NOTE THAT PRIOR TO THE OFFICIAL BUSINESS OF THE MEETING, MEMBERS OF THE PARISH ARE WELCOME TO RAISE ANY PARISH ISSUES. ADDITIONALLY, PLANNING APPLICATIONS MAY BE Continue reading Agenda – Monday 10th July 2017
Publow with Pensford Parish Council together with local residents have drawn up a Neighbourhood plan for the area … read more
As is too often the case during the Summer months, the local police are reporting break-ins in the Chew Valley.
Residents are advised to make sure their sheds and out-houses are secure and that windows are closed, particularly after hot days. If you have valuable items in a shed or garage and cannot remove them, chain them together or to something secure in the shed. It is a good idea to photograph bikes etc..
If you see anything suspicious particularly late at night do ring the police. Try to get details, registrations and descriptions. Use 999 for urgent matters and 101 for non urgent calls.
Please let neighbours and friends know as well.
An air quality survey of Temple Cloud has revealed Nitrogen Dioxide levels are more than double national and EU set limits.
Bath & North East Somerset [B&NES] Council informed Cameley Parish Council that all five of the air quality monitors installed along the A37 stretch of Temple Cloud are above the nationally set annual objective of 40 micrograms per metre cubed (µg/m3).
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[Source: Chew Valley Gazette]