Happy New Year from Wymeswold Parish Council.
The following crimes were reported in November: on 7/11 there was an attempted burglary on Home Leys Way, and on 27/11 there was a burglary to outbuildings.
Reports from the County and Borough Councillors
Cllr Shepherd reported that the results of the HGV survey are still being analysed and will be available at the end of December. Cllr Shepherd also reported that there is a community grant scheme available to apply for at LCC, and that the campaign for Fair Funding has begun at LCC.
Cllr Jenny Bokor reported that the refused planning application for a solar farm on Wide Lane had gone to appeal, and that Charnwood’s Core Strategy would be up for public examination on 9th December.
Sports Pavilion refurbishment
We are very pleased to announce that the Parish Council has secured the necessary funding for the sports pavilion refurbishment. Cllr Shaw has been working very hard applying for grants and the Parish Council now has £77,000 of funding in place. The refurbishment is planned to commence in January.
The Washdyke Committee held their AGM on 19th November. Now that all the projects are completed the tasks of the Washdyke Association are drawing to a close. Whilst there will still be some voluntary working parties, the committee plans to dissolve in 2015. The Parish Council would like to extend its thanks to the committee for all of their hard work in creating a fantastic community area.
The next meeting of Wymeswold Parish Council will held on Monday 5th January 2015 in the Jubilee Room, Wymeswold Memorial Hall, Clay Street, Wymeswold, starting at 7:15pm. All parishioners are welcome to attend.
Clerk to Wymeswold Parish Council
Tel 01509 881664