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The Parish Council Agenda has arrived for next Monday's Meeting in the Edna Rose Room at the Community Centre, starting at the later time of 8.00pm see previous article
Click here to print off a copy and bring it with you to the meeting if you wish although an electronic copy is displayed throughout the Parish Council meeting.
So what's up for discussion?
Open Forum: There is always a 15 min slot near the start ( item 3) for members of the public to raise any issues or make comments on any subject whether on the agenda or not. Councillors will not discuss the matter with you at that time but your views/opinions/information may be referred to during the meeting if relevant.
This month's agenda includes an update on the Saxon Heath development (item 9) which includes details of more road closures around the site, and, the minutes of the King George Playing Field Management Committee (item 12) available for download here

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