Agenda – October 2017

Agenda October 2017
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Agenda – October 2017

Minutes – September 2017

11.09.17
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Minutes – September 2017

Vacancy for a new Parish Council member

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Vacancy for a new Parish Council member

Agenda – August 2017

Agenda August 2017
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Agenda – August 2017

Minutes – July 2017

10.07.17
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Minutes – July 2017

Agenda – June 2017

Agenda June 2017
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Agenda – June 2017

Minutes – April 2017

10.04.17
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Minutes – April 2017

Agenda – May 2017

Agendas for the Annual Meeting of the Parish Council and the Annual Parish Assembly to be held on May 8th
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Agenda – May 2017

Councillors and their responsibilities with the Parish Council

Cate Bell, Chairman West Tytherley and Frenchmoor Parish Council Key responsibilities: Overseeing Parish Council activities Responsible for having superfast broadband put into the
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Councillors and their responsibilities with the Parish Council

Minutes – March 2017

13.03.17
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Minutes – March 2017

Agenda – April 2017

Agenda April 2017
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Agenda – April 2017

Minutes – February 2017

06.02.17
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Minutes – February 2017

Minutes – January 2017

09.01.17
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Minutes – January 2017

Minutes – December 2016

Minutes - December 2016
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Minutes – December 2016

Planning applications – 10 Jan 17

Brickhill Farm Dean Road West Dean Salisbury SP5 1JW Proposed single storey side extension
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Planning applications – 10 Jan 17

Care group

What is it? The care group supports the four villages of East and West Tytherley, East Dean and Lockerley. It was
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Care group

Thatched cottages

Do you live in a Thatched Cottage? Hampshire Fire and Rescue have some great advice for thatched cottage owners. Chimneys and flues keep
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Thatched cottages

Emergencies

NHS Direct 111 is the NHS non-emergency number. It’s fast, easy and free. Call 111 and speak to a highly trained
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Emergencies

Travel info

Driving Lots of us enjoy horse riding. Please ensure you take care when quietly passing horses and their riders. Our glorious woodlands
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Travel info

The Black Horse Pub

Nathaniel & Vanessa Welcome you to our 17th Century Inn. The Black Horse is a 17th Century coaching inn located in
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The Black Horse Pub

St Peter’s Church

About Saint Peter's Church St Peter's is a brick and flint building whose Georgian appearance belies the construction date of 1833.
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St Peter’s Church

Golden Oldies Singing Group

A new "Golden Oldies" Singing group meets in Lockerley Village Hall on the last Monday of each month.   Find out more
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Golden Oldies Singing Group

1st Lockerley Brownies

The 1st Lockerley Brownies is a vibrant pack that undertakes many exciting activities. They meet weekly during term time on Tuesday
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1st Lockerley Brownies

TwinkleToes Playgroup

There's a new playgroup at the hall! Twinkletoes runs every Wednesday during term time from 9.30am to 11am.
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TwinkleToes Playgroup

Scouting

6th Romsey Lockerley Scout Group We welcome Girls and Boys into all our Sections and are part of the Romsey District
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Scouting

Pilates at the Hall

The Pilates Group meets every Thursday at King Edward's Hall between 6pm and 7pm. It's good fun for all standards is
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Pilates at the Hall

Clubs & Activities

There is always a lot going on. If you would like us to include your own organisation drop us an
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Clubs & Activities

West Dean Youth Café

Did you know that there's a youth café in West Dean every friday evening? The café is open to youngsters from
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West Dean Youth Café

Some village history..

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Some village history..

King Edward’s Hall Committee – 28th September 2016

Minutes of the meeting held on 28th September 2016 Those present: Jane Larner (chair), Barry Whitlock (treasurer), Jessie Newitt (secretary), Cynthia
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King Edward’s Hall Committee – 28th September 2016

First Responders

The First Responders Group has disbanded due to a falling number of volunteers, which is a great shame as this was
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First Responders

Harvest Supper

This year's harvest supper will be at 7pm on 8th October at the King Edward's Village Hall. There will be a
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Harvest Supper

Minutes from Old meetings

You can find all the minutes for the old meetings right here.
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Minutes from Old meetings

9 November 2015 – agenda

To be held in King Edward’s Hall, West Tytherley at 7.00pm Agenda OPEN FORUM Apologies for Absence. Declarations of Interest. To consider
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9 November 2015 – agenda

Bus service cuts

Wiltshire County Council are proposing to make severe cuts to local bus services including route 36 which serves us and
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Bus service cuts

 

Community

Golden Oldies Singing Group

A new “Golden Oldies” Singing group meets in Lockerley Village Hall on the last Monday of each month.   Find out more about Goldies – call on 01761 470006 or check out their website. For transport&hellip

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1st Lockerley Brownies

The 1st Lockerley Brownies is a vibrant pack that undertakes many exciting activities. They meet weekly during term time on Tuesday evenings from six o’clock to seven thirty at Lockerley Village Hall. Girls need to&hellip

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TwinkleToes Playgroup

There’s a new playgroup at the hall! Twinkletoes runs every Wednesday during term time from 9.30am to 11am. Advertisements

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Parish Council

Agenda – October 2017

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Minutes – September 2017

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Vacancy for a new Parish Council member

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Events

Harvest Supper

This year’s harvest supper will be at 7pm on 8th October at the King Edward’s Village Hall. There will be a cash bar serving wine and beer – and if you can bring your own&hellip

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Church

St Peter’s Church

About Saint Peter’s Church St Peter’s is a brick and flint building whose Georgian appearance belies the construction date of 1833. Later in the century, the windows were remodelled to be more in keeping, and&hellip

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Businesses

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