Meetings & Events
Public Consultation Poster
Our Draft Neighbourhood Plan is now complete and is being prepared for publication and Public Consultation.
This will take place over six weeks from 28th September to 9th November 2019, when we will hold a series of drop in events, where the plan will be available for residents to make their final comments before it goes to the Official Examiner Dates and times of the events:
Church Saturday 5th October 10.30am – 12.30pm
Duke of Wellington 16 th October 6.00pm – 7.30pm
Jessop Room 28th October 1.00pm – 3.00pm
Questionnaires Aggregated Responses
All of the responses to the questionnaires have now been collated and aggregated into a spread sheet. To down load a copy please click here.
Village Fair Bank Holiday Monday 28th August
Hi folks, the village fair on Bank Holiday Monday 28th August was a great success thanks to all those who attended and to the committee for organising.
There is still an unclaimed raffle prize, ticket number 172. If you have this ticket please get in touch with Pat Ford on 01529 413134
Residents and Business Questionnaires
Folks you only have a few days left to return your questionnaires. All questionnaires should be returned by the end of June. Please take a few minutes to complete the questionnaire and then either post it back with the return envelope provided or drop your completed questionnaire in at either the Post Office or Manor Farm shop. If you have misplaced your questionnaire or wish to complete an additional questionnaire for another member of your household then further copies can be obtained at either the Post Office or Manor Farm shop.
If you have already returned your questionnaire then many thanks for helping us to decide what the village wants.
Next Community Meeting Wed 26th July at 7.30 pm
NB. Please note we received requests at the last meeting to move the start time to later in the evening as those that work found it difficult to make a 6.30 pm start. So the next meeting will start at the later time of 7.30 pm. The venue remains the Community Building.
Every month the Steering Group host a Community Meeting to both update the residents on progress with the plan and listen to any comments from the general public. It is only by listening to your comments and concerns that we can ensure that we correctly represent the views of the parish in constructing the Neighbourhood Plan.
The meetings take place in the Community Building, situated on the playing fields which can be accessed via Spring Lane which is located next to the Duke of Wellington pub in Leasingham.
The next Community Meeting will be on Wednesday 26th July at 7.30 p.m.