Notice – the Annual Parish Assembly

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Notice is hereby given that the

Annual Parish Assembly for Atworth

is to be held on

Wednesday 17th April 2019

in Atworth Village Hall

commencing 7.15pm

Atworth Parish Council extends a warm invitation to everyone in the parish to attend the Annual Parish Assembly

The Annual Assembly is different from other Council meetings as it is a meeting of the electorate rather than a meeting of the Parish Council. It is a great opportunity for everyone to find out about what individuals and groups in and around the village have been doing over the year.

The following business shall be transacted at the meeting:

  1. Welcome and Apologies
  2. Minutes of the Parish Assembly held 18thApril 2018
  3. Matters Arising and Question Time
  4. Parish Council Chairman’s Report (Cllr. Effie Gale-Sides)
  5. ReportbyCountyCouncillor (Cllr. Phil Alford)
  6. Awards and Presentations
  7. Invited Reports from Parish Groups and Organisations:

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Chalfield Manor

StMichaels&AllAngels Church

Atworth Youth Club

AtworthCamera Club

Over 55s Afternoon Tea

Brownies and Guides

AtworthHistory Group

the Independent Church

Churchfields School

AtworthWI

 

  1. Close of meeting and Refreshments
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Flooding and Emergency Equipment Container

The Parish Council have purchased and installed a container to hold emergency equipment such as bedding and blankets for use in a public emergency. The container is located in Atworth Business Park, and we are especially grateful to Sky Interiors (Units 6/7) for their invaluable support in this. The container itself was purchased from Portable Space Ltd of Suffolk, who have proven to be very supportive throughout, and was assembled in one day by Cllr. Alan Lee, “ably” supported by your Clerk (plus some helping hands from Sky Interiors when it came to doing the lifting), the entire project being overseen by the Chairman of the Parish Council, Effie Gale-Sides.

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Photo: the finished container in its new home

 

Photo: The flat-pack container is lifted into position prior to assemblyContainerLifted

Article: Phil McMullen, Parish Clerk 09 June 2016