Clerk Corner

Clerk’s Corner – November 2018

I start my column this month with the news that the Parish Council have appointed a new Councillor.

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Clerk’s Corner – October 2018

I hope you will read the short article below, written by Councillor Angela Trend,

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Clerk’s Corner – August 2018

Your residents’ questionnaires have now been returned and Councillor Chris Willsher has been collating the replies and putting together all your suggestions. 

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Clerk’s Corner – July 2018

I start my column this month by saying that I am writing this in glorious sunshine. 

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Clerk’s Corner – June 2018

I would like to start this month off by talking about our photographic competition. 

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Clerk’s Corner – May 2018

I have been asked by the Community Speedwatch Team to mention that they are keen to find some more volunteers. 

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Clerk’s Corner – April 2018

As I write this column we still have snow on the ground and I am preparing for our Annual Parish Meeting. 

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Clerk’s Corner – March 2018

We have two meetings in March – our usual Parish Council meeting on Tuesday, 13 March, followed a week later by our Annual Parish Meeting on Tuesday, 20 March 2018. 

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Clerk’s Corner – February 2018

January’s meeting saw our Councillors choose a new Parish Champion. 

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Clerk’s Corner – January 2019

I start this month by wishing all residents and readers of this column a very happy, healthy and prosperous New Year. 

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Waste and recycling in New Forest – Chance to comment

On 12 November the chance for the public to comment on a new waste and recycling service for the New Forest district starts.
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Animal accidents -Ponies @ Night Robert Sach

Caution urged as the deadliest month for New Forest animal accidents approaches

As the nights draw in, drivers using New Forest roads are reminded that animal accidents increase in the lead up to Christmas, with November being the deadliest month for livestock.
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Clerk’s Corner – November 2020

We didn’t get 10 members of the electorate asking for an election for the position of a new Councillor
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