Parish Council Shorts in May 2016
Parish Council Vacancy
Our thanks, best wishes and good health go to Kath Gardner who resigned at the May meeting after 13 years as a Parish Councillor. Kath worked tirelessly for the community. She has visited hundreds of planning application sites and reported back to our meetings her conversations with applicants and often the neighbours. She also liaised with Taunton Deane, who do our hedge and grass cutting, which involved some cold early morning meetings! It is always sad when we lose one of our team, so we wish her well and I will be still calling on her for her knowledge of the history of the village
Would you like to become a councillor?
If you have lived or owned a property in the village for more than one year and interested in joining the Parish Council please email, before the end of June, our Clerk, Jenny Ludgate at email@example.com If you would like to know more, please give me a ring on 01458 253976 or speak to any of the other councillors:
Chairman:- Madelaine King-Oakley firstname.lastname@example.org 253976
Vice-Chairman: Derek Yeomans. email@example.com 251549
Robert Atkins firstname.lastname@example.org 253008
Mike Cousins email@example.com 253101
Paul Deacon firstname.lastname@example.org 251898
Peter Goodenough. email@example.com 250091
Tony Greenaway firstname.lastname@example.org 252495
Tiffany Osborne email@example.com 250940
Clerk: Jenny Ludgate firstname.lastname@example.org 251432
Minutes and agenda
If you would like read the minutes of the meetings or look at the agenda and planning agenda for the next meeting please look at the Curry Rivel Community website.
The Parish Council meets on the 1st Thursday of each month, starting at 7:30pm in the village hall. We look forward to seeing you on June 2nd.
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