A new meeting room is now available either when using Cedar Barn or as a separate booking for up to 10 people. Please contact the Booking Clerk, Rachel Freeman, 01494 715548 or email@example.com.
1. There is a vacancy on the above Council caused by a resignation of Cllr K Tucker, this vacancy will be filled by the Parish Council’s Co-Option procedure. 2. Please can all potential candidates, who are eligible to stand as a Parish Councillor in Hazlemere and who seek co-option put forward their request for consideration in writing by 9.00am on Thursday 31 August 2017 with the following additional information:- i. reason for wishing to be Councillor; ii. previous Community/Council work; and iii. other skills they can bring to the Council (It is a condition of a Councillor that a means of contact by telephone and/or e-mail will be public information.) Please send the information by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or in writing to: The Clerk Hazlemere Parish Council Cedar Barn Barn Lane Hazlemere HP15 7BQ Any further queries please feel free to contact the Clerk on 01494 715548. The Parish Council’s Council-option policy is available to view at: http://www.hazlemereparishcouncil.org.uk/policies-and-documents/co-option-policy/ Or can be requested directly from The Clerk.
Cllr D Thompson has undertaken repairs to the entrance to the park; which will stop puddles at the entrance. The Parish Council are very grateful to Gordons Building Merchants Ltd Hazlemere for supplying the gravel.
Posters like this one have gone up around the Rose Avenue estate to advise residents and other road users of a public consultation exercise on proposed new parking restrictions. Bucks County Council want your views on the proposals which will add further double yellow lines, along parts of Rose Avenue whilst also creating passing places for traffic. Concerns have been expressed about the area near the Rose Avenue Recreation Ground and Hazlemere Youth Club which has been used as all day parking, mainly by school students, which has created the danger of vehicles meeting each other head-on on the wrong side of the road. It is hoped that by providing 'tuck in' passing places this will reduce the risk of a serious accident. The opportunity has also been taken to invoke the Highway Code's intended protection of corners of side roads. Further along by the small parade of shops and outside the Manor Farm Schools, further restrictions are proposed on safety grounds and to prevent the roadway being blocked by traffic. The consultation period will close on Friday 1st September, thereby allowing some additional time above the statutory minimum period of 21 days, to take account of it now being the school holiday period. The consultation documents have been uploaded to the 'Have Your Say' page of the County Council's website and can be found under 'current consultations' via this link http://www.buckscc.gov.uk/…/council-and-demo…/have-your-say/
Published on Tue 11th July 2017
There is now a link for these works at: http://www.buckscc.gov.uk/services/transport-and-roads/road-maintenance-and-repairs/road-treatment-programme/
A BIG thank you to the pupils at Sir William Ramsay School for the wonderful new mural, which makes waiting for the bus very pleasurable.
Bucks County Council Strategic Highway Maintenance programme for the whole length of Hawthorn Crescent from 12/07/17 to 14/07/17, which will include daytime micro-surfacing preparatory works using a daytime road closure between 07:00 and 16:30hrs.
Please note the Council's Contractors, Manor Farm Estates, will be undertaking spraying and fertilising of the football pitches in preparation for the 2017/18 football season on either 5 or 6 July 2017.
The Parish Council has a small grants fund, and at this year's Annual Parish Meeting, we enjoyed hearing from the wide range of local organisations we have supported, including the Fete - an inspiring reminder of the community spirit in Hazlemere and the reason why I am honoured to have been re-elected as Chairman of the Parish Council for the year ahead.
Published on Mon 26th June 2017 Community News
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