Here is the Haslingfield Parish Council Newsletter – February 2015 with more information on, amongst other things, the Traffic Calming scheme, Emergency Plan, Village Hall refurbishment and Cycle path.
Christine Tod is retiring from taking the Bookings at the Village Hall at the end 2014. Christine’s history with the Village Hall has been long and illustrious, not just with the Village Hall as we know it now but with the old one as well. Christine was instrumental in getting the New Village Hall being built in 1994, which wasn’t as popular as we can imagine. After a lot of campaigning as to whether or not Haslingfield had a new hall went to the vote, and was won with a majority of just seven votes. We thank Christine for her tireless work which has always been executed with humour and friendliness.
We are delighted to announce that Terry Baker has agreed to take the Village Hall bookings. Terry has lived in the Haslingfield, for the most part, since 1968 and has always played an active role in the Village; keeping scores for the Cricket Club and being a Leader with the Playgroup. But most of us know Terry from her valued 25 years involvement with the Little Theatre. We wish Terry good luck in her new role.
Booking for the Village Hall from 1 January 2015 should now be made to Terry on telephone number 01223 872150 or on her email firstname.lastname@example.org
Jenny Jullien Secretary Village Hall
CCC Highways and Communities Infrastructure Committee approved the Haslingfield Phase 1 at their meeting on Tuesday 18th November 2014 and CCC Highways now are going to place an order with Skanska for the work to be done. News on the work programme will follow soon.
The Parish Council meets on the second Monday of each month in the Village Hall. It is responsible for advising SCDC on planning issues, the parish budget, management of the VillageHall, Skatepark, Play Area and Recreation ground, footpaths etc. If you are interested in becoming involved with running the parish and contributing to decision making which affects your village please contact the Parish Clerk, Frances Laville on 01223 874585
Bob Branch, Chairman of the Haslingfield Parish Council reported: “Skanska have completed draft drawings for the first stage of traffic calming measures. They have been reviewed by HPC and are being amended slightly. The drawings will be discussed with CCC and CCC will then prepare draft Road Traffic Orders for publication and consultation. At present things are on track for completion of the work in late summer or autumn of this year. HPC are now considering possible measures for a second stage of work.”
HASLINGFIELD PARISH COUNCIL NEWSLETTER MAY 2014
The Annual Parish Meeting will be held on Monday May 19th at 7.30pm in the Village Hall. The business of the evening will be followed by a talk by Peter Laws, Head of the Lower School at Comberton Village College
1. Of Parish Clerks; Retired and New
An article on our retired Parish Clerk Janet Hendy appeared in C&V previously. Janet has been a mainstay of HPC proceedings for eleven years and will be a hard act to follow. Existing and previous councillors and others attended a farewell gathering at the Chairman’s house on 28th February 2014. Our thanks go to Mike Hendy too who has been so helpful behind the scenes over the years and continues to volunteer for more. Continue reading Haslingfield Parish Council Newsletter, March 2014
Cambridgeshire C.C. has launched yet another ‘survey’ into bus usage. Paper responses must be in by January 15th so that we can get them to Shire Hall before the close of the survey on the 17th. Paper forms are in The Village Shop. Please give your completed forms back to the staff; we thank them for their help. Online completion/ download of form at ww.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/transport/cft/ To help keep a service going we need plenty of responses. Please add full comments about the necessity of service provision for rural residents.
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There is a vacancy on the Haslingfield Parish Council caused by the resignation of Rebecca Ridley.
A bye-election to fill the vacancy will be held if ten electors for the parish give notice in writing before 23rd November claiming such an election to the Returning Officer. Continue reading Parish Council Vacancy