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Everleigh Parish Council News

Armed Police in Wiltshire

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Katrina Fleet (Police, Communications Officer, Wiltshire)


In response to the recent change in the threat level to critical, armed officers from Wiltshire Police will be seen out and about in our communities, primarily in Swindon and Salisbury but not limited to those areas.

We do stress that this is not based on any change in intelligence or threat for those areas, the county or the South West, but the decision has been taken instead to make firearms officers more deployable and visible to our communities. We think this is what the public would expect at this time.

Our priority is to provide as much reassurance to communities as possible but we do recognise that some may feel anxious. The firearms officers will be engaging and talking with people and we would actively encourage you to approach the officers and ask any questions they may have.

We advise the public to remain vigilant and to report any suspicious behaviour or activity on 0800 789 321 or in an emergency the public should always call 999.  Continue reading Armed Police in Wiltshire

Everleigh Parish Council – Annual Meeting Minutes 8th May 2017

EVERLEIGH PARISH COUNCIL

 

 Minutes of the Annual meeting of the Parish Council held

at Collingbourne Ducis School on Monday 8th May 2017

 

Chairman:     Cllr D Bottomley

Present:           Cllr E Hudson, Cllr K Wheeler-Mallows, and Cllr M Burton.

In Attendance: Mr P Gill (Parish Clerk)

Continue reading Everleigh Parish Council – Annual Meeting Minutes 8th May 2017

Everleigh Parish Council – Annual Accounts and Return 2017

At the end of each Financial Year the Parish Council is required by law to post its financial accounts on a free to view website.  The minimum to be posted is the end of Year Annual Return which is audited by an Internal Auditor and an External Auditor along with all payments over £100.00.  However, Everleigh Parish Council has taken the decision to post all the information appertaining to the accounts.  Continue reading Everleigh Parish Council – Annual Accounts and Return 2017

Village Playground – Working Party 22nd April 2017

We will be conducting a work party at our village playground this Saturday (22 April) starting at 9.30am and finishing at about noon. The plan is:

    • Paint shelter inside and out
    • Remove weeds and vegetation in shelter
    • Paint wooden structures, including climbing frame and basket swing
    • Paint bench (near ped gate) and remove weeds and vegetation
    • Clean all climbing and play structures i.e. remove algae and lichen as far as possible

All volunteers are very welcome. We will provide wood paint; please bring paint brushes, cleaning materials and garden tools to remove weeds.

Regards,

Denis

PS:  Kim Wheeler-Mallows will be carrying out the following tasks seperately:
    • Fit new gate-post at far pedestrian gate
    • Cut and re-attach fence behind shelter to ease painting
    • Reprovide pipe lagging and secure on primary pedestrian gate
    • Raise basket swing iaw annual inspection report

Everleigh Parish Council – Meeting Minutes from 13th March 2017

 EVERLEIGH PARISH COUNCIL

 

Minutes of the Everleigh Parish Council Meeting held at the Collingbourne Ducis School on Monday 13 March 2017.

Chairman:      Cllr D Bottomley

Present:           Cllr T Symonds, Cllr E Hudson, Cllr M Burton and Cllr K Wheeler-Mallows

In Attendance: Mr P Gill (Parish Clerk), Continue reading Everleigh Parish Council – Meeting Minutes from 13th March 2017

Great British Spring Clean Litter Pick – Everleigh

The Great British Spring Clean Litter Pick was successfully conducted on Saturday 4th March 2017 in Everleigh.

In summary:

  • 11 residents of our village took part.
  • 10 large bags of rubbish were collected.
  • A couple of photos of volunteers are attached.
Thanks for your support on this event, particularly on provision of litter pick equipment.
Team Everleigh: Well done and thank you for your efforts on this litter pick. Much appreciated.