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SAND AND GRAVEL EXTRACTION UPDATE :

As we predicted “things have gone a bit quiet”!

We are proposing to hold a Community Meeting (hopefully Wednesday 2nd October) in the school hall. Please check notice boards, village shop A board and website for confirmation of date and time. Matt Weston (our MP) will be in attendance to advise of the steps he has taken to support our campaign and to hear our update, but also to see and hear the strength of feeling amongst the community. Please do make every effort to attend.

At the time of writing, representatives from the committee are awaiting a meeting with planners to try and ascertain how the County are intending to move this proposal forward and get new timescales to share with the Community. As soon as the meeting takes place (end of August) we will update the website.

We will be able to give you the most up to date information of where we are in the campaign and how you are able to help moving forward.

As it’s a quiet month, this is a good time to update you with the changes on the committee and we are delighted to welcome new members to the team, which now is:

Stephanie and Andy Steel, Val and Malcolm Eykyn, Alison Wither, Charlotte Morgan, Jenny O’Sullivan and Nicky Hendry

Further details are on the website.

Hoping the summer has been good and wishing you all a successful autumn.



Remember your community needs you to help stop this threat to our villages and our lives!

 

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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