ALDERBURY PARISH COUNCILCaring for Alderbury and Whaddon Such a lot going on at the moment, the Council’s last meeting had a jam-packed agenda with some very knotty issues for councillors to chew over. Being an elected councillor is not an easy job – constantly weighing up the pros and cons of issues, taking on boardContinue reading “Parish News: November”
ALDERBURY PARISH COUNCILCaring for Alderbury and Whaddon It’s a very busy time for the Parish Council as we turn our thoughts to the budget for next year. The village council tax is set in January and the Parish Council submits its request for funding to cover the cost of all that we do in theContinue reading “Parish News – October”
ALDERBURY PARISH COUNCILCaring for Alderbury and Whaddon The Council got back to normal business again after the August recess. We met in the Fountain Room at the Village Hall which will be perfect for our meetings once all COVID-19 restrictions are lifted. It’s interesting working for a local council, there is a lot going onContinue reading “Alderbury & Whaddon Parish News – September”
ALDERBURY PARISH COUNCILCaring for Alderbury and Whaddon It’s been a quiet month here at the Council as councillors squeeze in some well-earned holidays. But I did manage to pop in to the polling station at the Village Hall yesterday where the election for the Police and Crime Commissioner was taking place. The station was quiteContinue reading “Alderbury and Whaddon Parish News – August”
I am still reeling from the penalty shoot-out that saw England fall at the final hurdle in the Euros. After 55 years, I really believed this time, maybe, just maybe, we could get our hands on a trophy. Fair play to Gareth and the lads, they did the Country proud and it was a greatContinue reading “Alderbury and Whaddon Parish News – July”
ALDERBURY PARISH COUNCILCaring for Alderbury and Whaddon Phew, what a full-on month; the Council has packed in three meetings since I last put quill to vellum. And, a lot has happened. So, as much as I would like to mention the lovely sunny weather, I better crack on with the news. Elaine HartfordAt the AnnualContinue reading “Alderbury Parish News: June 2021”
First of all I would like to take a look back over the last 12 months and there is no doubt, 2020 was a strange year for everyone as we faced up to the horrible COVID-19 Pandemic. We had to close our play areas and switch to online meetings, but thankfully the work of theContinue reading “Alderbury Parish Council – Chair’s Annual Report”
Interesting morning. Spent an hour gazing skyward, as Simon Watts from Hurdcott Landscapes hoisted our new speed indicator device up at the tennis courts. Batteries were fully charged and the device was tested by the Chair of the Council, Elaine Hartford, who passed at a respectful 29 mph. Fingers crossed it helps reduce the speedContinue reading “Alderbury News – May”
ALDERBURY PARISH COUNCILCaring for Alderbury and Whaddon Spring is bringing back the colour and it’s great to see things slowly returning to normal in the village. But of course, all of this has been tinged with sadness as we said a fond farewell to HRH Prince Philip. HRH Prince Philip The Chair of the Council,Continue reading “PARISH NEWS”
The Chair of the Council, Elaine Hartford, paid a heartfelt and fitting tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh when the news came through from Buckingham Palace. Elaine said: “Alderbury Parish Council is deeply saddened to hear of the death of HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and would like to extend our deepest condolences toContinue reading “HRH Prince Philip”
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