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Sand and Gravel Update:
It is somewhat concerning to hear that certain members of the community believe that the issue with Sand and Gravel has been resolved and therefore no longer presents a threat. This could not be further from the truth and the threat still exists.

We continue to place banners in and around the local area in order to maintain awareness. We would welcome any thoughts from you on ways of increasing awareness.

Our new planning consultant has visited the site and he is optimistic that we do have a strong case against a quarry in sites 4 and 5. We are still gathering further data as mentioned in our February update and the need for additional funds is still a concern for us.

In the February issue of Plurality the JPC reported that the presentation to Cabinet for the new Plan would be March. We have since clarified this point with the Planners and the Cabinet presentation is planned for May 2018 as previously advised by WCC.

Thank you for all who have and are supporting us.

AGM plus Sand and Gravel Update:
The 2018 BRA AGM will be held on Wednesday 9th May at 7.30 pm in the Memorial Hall.

As well as the standard AGM business there will be a presentation by the Sand and Gravel Action Group.

Rod Scott – Caretaker Chairman.

Ed Kirkby, Ian Richardson, Stephanie Steel, Ellie Lees – Committee

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

Allan Murdoch

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