As we are sure you are aware our third election of the year has been called. Following on from the Local Elections and the European Elections in May we now have a General Election to look forward too on Thursday 12th December 2019.
As such, both of us now have to adhere to 'purdah' — a commonly used term to mean the period in the run-up to an election when the normal protocols and behaviours around general activity, and around publicity and communications in particular, become more restricted. As such, we have to suspend our normal article and subsequent district council information until the outcome of the election.
Therefore we would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a very peaceful Christmas and a happy and healthy New Year 2020.
Clare and Tiffany
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