Clerk Corner

Clerk’s Corner – November 2019

Highway issues have featured again this month. 

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Clerk’s Corner – October 2019

Our Parish Council didn’t meet in August but it was back to work for the Councillors at the September meeting. 

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Clerk’s Corner – September 2019

Last month I touched briefly on the subject of VE Day 2020 when Great Britain will be commemorating the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe

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Clerk’s Corner – August 2019

The Parish Council do not hold a main meeting this month, although we do have a Planning Committee meeting on 27 August

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Clerk’s Corner – July 2019

Our June meeting saw a very full Agenda and commenced, as usual,

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Clerk’s Corner – June 2019

Our May meeting is aptly named the Annual Meeting but is not to be confused with our Annual Parish Meeting. 

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Clerk’s Corner – May 2019

May will see Town and Parish Council elections in many areas but not in Lyndhurst. 

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Clerk’s Corner – April 2019

As from 22 March 2019 until the local council elections on 2 May 2019 we are officially, as a Parish Council, in a situation where purdah applies.

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Clerk’s Corner – March 2019

On the back page of What’s On you will find the Agenda for our Annual Parish Meeting which will take place on Tuesday, 19 March 2019 at 7.30 pm in Lyndhurst Community Centre. 

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 Clerk’s Corner – February 2019

Feedback on our first calendar has been excellent so I hope that those of you who use it will enjoy your journey through the year and are already out taking photographs ready for next year’s calendar. 

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Community First Responders

Annual Parish Champions

Lyndhurst Parish Council was finally able, for the first time in almost two years, to celebrate with its residents
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Clerk’s Corner August 2021

I would like to start on a high note and thank the generous residents and the business who have each donated ...
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Clerk’s Corner – July 2021

So high summer is here and Lyndhurst is buzzing with activity (and, unfortunately, traffic). Firstly, can I express my thanks to District Councillor Hilary Brand and the staff at the Fox & Hounds for diligently watering the plants in the plant border island outside their shops. I know Hilary would like to see planters all…
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