By Andrew Coates, Town Clerk, Jun 8 2018 03:00PM
Items of importance dealt with week commencing 4th May 2018
The woodland path repairs have now been completed and myself and Matt Ray had a walk around with Alan Dart on Wednesday. They have repaired the worst areas especially on the sloping paths which encircle the new Gullacombes estate. As the ditches have been re- instated the paths should not be swamped with water. Also we have used a superior type of scalpings which should be more durable. Hence the red patches on the repaired parts which will wash off with time.
Olde English Fayre Events
The festivities for the Olde English Fayre commence today with the tea dance form 2.00pm to 5.00pm in the Assembly Rooms followed by the Children’s disco for under 12s from 7.00pm.
Saturday- Mayors will be arriving for coffee in the Town Hall at 10.00am and then the Mayor and visiting Mayors will proceed at 10.50am for the Guard of Honour and Proclamation and Crowning of the Queen.
The Fayre Lunch will be at 12.45pm.
On Sunday the parade will make its way to the church at 10.50am and the Councillors will follow on behind.
Consultation re Libraries
Libraries Unlimited are asking for individual responses to the punlic consultation regarding ways to improve library services to rural and isolated communities.
Tour of Britain Meetings
Myself and Matt Ray have today contacted several of the local organisations for a meeting to discuss the way forward for the racing event. So far this has included Shop Local, SMBA, Lions and Rotary. Several businesses have also contacted the Council asking if they can participate as well and they too have been invited to the meeting. We will produce a fortnightly report on progress made to date and any comments will be welcome.
Finance Meeting on Monday 11th June at 8.30am in the Amory Centre.
Planning Meeting on Tuesday 12th June at 6.30pm in the Amory Centre.
Andrew Coates, Town Clerk