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Councillors received various updates at the Parish Council meeting last Monday. As a result of the hot summer weather, much of the grass on the field has died and so some re-seeding will need to be undertaken in the spring. The hedges around the field have been cut and the main gates will soon be re-painted. The annual external inspection of the play area equipment has not found any serious problems, although there a number of very minor issues which will be dealt with over the winter months.

A request from the Community Centre to advertise the CRTA performances on the fence by the main gate, no more than four a year, was approved. The banner will be displayed for no more than two weeks before the performance and be removed promptly on the day of the show.

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