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Parish Council Election Results - November 2017

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 14:50 by Parish Council

PARISH COUNCIL ELECTION RESULTS FROM 16TH NOVEMBER 2017

Duly Elected Parish Councillor for

STRETTON WARD: Paul Williams

BURBAGE NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN PUBLIC OPEN DAY TO BE HELD

BURBAGE NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN PUBLIC OPEN DAY TO BE HELD

Wed, 08 Nov 2017 09:57 by Parish Council

SEE YOUR PLAN - HAVE YOUR SAY

At Burbage Millennium Hall in Britannia Road on Saturday, 11th November, from 10am to 3pm.

The Burbage Neighbourhood Plan Group, after months of investigation, research and opinion-gathering, is staging a final open day for all who live and work in Burbage to offer views on its wish-list for what lies ahead.

IF there's something you'd like to say about a plan that could help shape the future of Burbage, and you haven't yet said it, then it's time to get a move on. The opportunity to express opinion on the Burbage Neighbourhood Development Plan, in its draft form and before submission for approval, will soon
expire.
A six-week feed-back consultation closes on 20th November, 2017 and this is the last chance the public will have to comment on a blueprint embracing the community's right to have its say in neighbourhood planning. More »

To view the Draft Plan and associated documents and to access an online pre-submission consultation comments form (before 20th November), visit http://plan4burbage.co.uk/the-plan. » Less

Skateboard rails stolen from Britannia Road Recreation Ground

Skateboard rails stolen from Britannia Road Recreation Ground

Tue, 07 Nov 2017 13:30 by Parish Council

This morning it was discovered that one section of railings, from the skateboard platform area at Britannia Road Recreation Ground, has been stolen. The rails were cut off just above ground level and have now been made safe.

It is believed that this happened between 4.30pm Monday 6th November and 8am on Tuesday 7th November.

It has been reported to the Police:-

Incident No. 214 of 7th November 2017

Crime no. 17000482806 More »

If you have any information please call Police on 101, or the Parish Council Office.

Thank you. » Less