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SAND AND GRAVEL EXTRACTION UPDATE :

The Minerals’ Consultation is in full swing……

and we are busy working our way round the villages offering to support residents with the completion of their forms.

If you have not been visited yet and would like: -

 More forms (all residents in the household may respond – the more the better!)

 Help in how to complete the form

 The form collected if you can’t get to the village shop

 Any other information…..

then please email:

stopthequarryinfo@gmail.com or telephone 01926 624357 and we will get someone to help.

We are hoping to deliver all representations to WCC in one big batch (unless of course you wish to send yours individually by post).

The Village Shop has yet again allowed us to use it as a collecting point for the forms in their pre-addressed envelopes. There is a dedicated posting box to put them in. The sooner you can get them into the box the better. Please don’t leave it until the last minute.

REMEMBER: the final date for forms actually being at Shire Hall is 5pm on Wednesday 12th December.

EVERY OBJECTION COUNTS - SO IF YOU KNOW ANYONE WHO HASN’T RESPONDED PLEASE URGE THEM TO DO SO NOW!!

Many thanks to you all for your support and wishing each and every one of you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Successful New Year!!

Keep our Fields for Farming

Visit the website http://www.barfordresidents.co.uk for more details

If you are concerned about the future of the village and wish to help preserve it – please visit our website for more information.

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