Seamer Parish Council update
The July meeting began with an Open Forum, attended by four members of the community. Planning applications were discussed, including those current, pending and granted. Village maintenance issues were discussed, including reeds and the pond, footpaths within the parish, tree maintenance and watering of tubs. It was noted that the village environment had been further enhanced by the new benches and noticeboards; Philip Wood was thanked for his hard work in installing these. Similarly, the extra grass cut had proved beneficial to the village. Several articles from the Parish Council had been sent to the Grapevine for the August issue to keep residents fully informed regarding village matters. The Chair gave feedback on the recent nine CSW (Speed Watch) deployments. An application to the Community Fund for new Defibrillator pads had been approved and the items purchased. Councillor Paul Chapman reported back from the local Climate Change meeting. Councillor Mark Murphy reported back on the recent Village Hall Committee meeting with various items for action noted, progress on which will be reported at the next Parish Council meeting in September.
Minutes of this meeting are displayed on the noticeboards and on the website. An update from the September Parish Council meeting will appear in the next Grapevine. The next meeting of the Parish Council is on Tuesday 19th November, 2019. As always, residents are welcome to attend.
Residents can access information about Parish Council and Community Fund matters in the following ways:
a) Attendance at the bimonthly Parish Council meetings, details of which are publicised in various locations: e.g. Parish Council noticeboards, website.
b) The Grapevine, where articles are regularly published.
c) Parish Council minutes; these are displayed on noticeboards and on the website.
d) By attendance at the Pop-In on Monday mornings, which Parish Council members attend whenever possible. If there are any points that need clarification, these will be fed back to the main PC meetings.
e) Residents are able to contact the Parish Council via email or telephone to discuss any matters that are of concern to them.
All matters concerned with the Community Fund are discussed as an agenda item at Parish Council meetings. Any residents who attend form part of the discussion and all viewpoints are taken into consideration when making a final decision.
Philip Taylor, Chair of the Parish Council
Email: email@example.com (Parish Clerk)
Seamer Parish Council encompasses Seamer and Tame Bridge.