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Litter Pick -10th March 2018

Litter Pick -10th March 2018

Parish Litter Pick

Saturday 10th March – 10AM

It is difficult to escape noticing the sheer amount of rubbish which is deposited on the sides of our roads and unfortunately that includes our parish as well.

Please could we ask for an hour of your time on Saturday 10th March to walk along our roads and collect some of the rubbish?

Meeting at the school at 10 AM where litter picking tools and rubbish bags will be provided. More »

Children most welcome!

If you think you are able to attend. Please could you advise Sam Lockwood, so that we can ensure that there are sufficient collection tools. clerk@breedonparishcouncil.org.uk

Mon, 19 Feb 2018 13:32 by Sam Lockwood



HS2 have offered to attend a Parish Council meeting to provide a brief overview of the work carried out since the July 2017 decision and set out the work they will undertake over the next few months; this meeting has been arranged for Monday 5th February 2018.

HS2 is still at a relatively early stage of the design process and will NOT have the detail around specific road crossings, road realignments, vehicle movements or the time it will take to complete construction in specific locations, which I know is important, however, we intend to have further meetings and dialogue with HS2 in the future where we can ask these questions. If you would like to attend, please do, on Monday 5th February at Breedon Primary School at 7pm.

Wed, 31 Jan 2018 11:28 by Sam Lockwood

Les Fisher

It is with deep sadness that the Parish Council has to report that Les Fisher has passed away this morning. He was a very well respected member of our community and for many, many years he enjoyed serving the public in his butcher's shop - which he was extremely proud of. Les will be truly missed by many. The Parish Council would like to offer Les's wife and family it's deepest and most sincere condolences at this sad time.

Fri, 12 Jan 2018 15:00 by Sam Lockwood