The Black Boy
Fri, 07 Oct 2016 14:46 by Andrew May
Calling all vegetable growers!
Following the Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP) survey in spring, we have been offered a limited number of allotments at a delightful site not far from Hungarton village.
We know from the NDP survey results that five parishioners would 'definitely' be interested in taking on an allotment and that a further 14 would 'probably' be interested. However, because the survey was completed anonymously, we do not know who you are! More »
So, if you would like to be considered for this very generous offer, whether or not you expressed an interest when completing the NDP questionnaire, please would you let me (email@example.com) or Caroline Pick (firstname.lastname@example.org) know. If those interested outnumber the allotments available, we propose to draw names from a hat.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Alistair Clemence » Less
Sat, 10 Sep 2016 09:55 by Andrew May
I have received the following responses from the Corporate Resources Department of Leics County Council in response to enquiries regarding footpaths in the area.
Livestock Footpath D41 - Hungarton
With regards to the above query raised by yourself. The highway inspector has inspected and the bull in the field sign is merely informative and the water trough is some 18 metres from the gate. it is not too close to the gate. More »
If you have any further queries, please contact us quoting reference 9633848
Surface Vegetation, Footpath D40, Hungarton
With regards the above query raised by yourself. The highway inspector has investigated and the field has not been cultivated and has just been allowed the grass to grow, it is accessible wearing the correct footwear and clothing.
If you have any further queries, please contact us quoting reference 9633742
Waymarks, Footpath C59A, Cold Newton
With regards to the above query raised by yourself. The waymarks are there and users should also have a map to navigate with if they do not know the area.
There a new stiles now erected in the fence.
If you have any further queries, please contact us quoting reference 9633698 » Less
Thu, 01 Sep 2016 16:54 by Andrew May
As I develop my first Police and Crime Plan I want to make sure that it reflects the issues that local people say are important to them. It needs to meet their policing needs and expectations.
That's why I'm asking for your help.
Today, a new online public survey has 'gone-live'.
The responses to this (and an associated telephone survey) will provide me with a wealth of information to help me shape my plans to deliver a truly public-focused police service. More »
The survey gets to the heart of policing issues, asking for your opinion on a range of areas including police visibility, the areas of community safety you would like prioritised by the force and how you would prefer to contact the police.
I was elected to serve the people of Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland and to raise your views at the highest level. I'm determined to reach as many people as possible through this survey so that I can work with the force and our partners to set the right objectives in the years ahead.
The resulting strategies will guide the way we protect our communities over the next four years.
The survey can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/B78HPFL and will close on 30 September 2016.
I would be immensely grateful if you could forward this email on to your colleagues, family and friends.
Many thanks for your support
Been subject to a crime? Or want to prevent one from happening? Go to www.leics.police.uk/support
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