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Planning applications will normally be included on the agenda for the monthly Parish Council meeting or, exceptionally, at a separate Planning meeting if timescales or the level of Public interest require it. All these meetings are open to the Public. Meetings are currently being held online using Zoom. Details of new and amended planning applications … Read more
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The current proposal is to finally complete the A378 Mile Head drainage improvement scheme, starting from Monday 3 February – Friday 21 February 2020 with the upgrade of 270metres of highway surface water drainage pipe in the carriageway. Unfortunately, due to the nature of this type of work, a trench will have to be excavated … Read more
I have added 23 new pictures of local birds taken by Laurie Burn and one by Steve Cutts welcoming in the New Year. See Birds and Midnight respectively.
Minutes for the last Parish Council Meeting are usually published online within 7 days of the meeting. Minutes for the current calendar year and the three previous years are available on this site. For earlier Minutes, please contact the Village Clerk at email@example.com
I am in the process of cleaning the website of old Posts in preparation for it being handed over to a commercial organisation. In the process I have restored some previously binned Posts. I understand that you are received numerous notifications of these restorations. Clearly the website is treating these as new Posts. I was … Read more
You may have heard the muffled sound of church bells yesterday? Did you know they were in support of Notre Dame? 5 ringers were able ring for 7 minutes, alt a time more convenient to them. Here are a couple of links if you would like to know more. https://www.gov.uk/government/news/uk-offers-solidarity-and-support-after-notre-dame-fire https://www.archbishopofcanterbury.org/news/latest-news/archbishops-ask-cathedrals-and-churches-toll-bells-notre-dame
Here’s a recent panoramic view of Fivehead taken from just south of Stowey Road. Taken by Steven Law of Smoothpixels.co.uk, the picture can be used for any non-commercial purpose.