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Best Kept Village Results!

Dear Haunton Villagers,

We did well! A huge thank you to everyone for keeping Haunton tidy and beautiful, all our hard work was recognised! I’ll post the judges notes when they come through.

Thank you 🙂image

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Clifton Campville with Thorpe Constantine Parish Council Newsletter JULY 2016​

Parish Councillors and contact details 2016

Pam Bostock 373272 Robert Leedham 830240
Tony Bryan 373416 Robert Pugh 63968
Douglas Clarke 373737 Nick Ingram 07841 426354
Debbie Fulbrook 07463 702847 Tim Starkey 07740 840635
Penny Bennett 839047

The Parish Council meeting dates are 13th September & 8th November 2016 starting at 8pm at Clifton Campville Village Hall. Full details are always on the parish notice boards in the week before the meetings. Members of the public are very welcome to attend and a part of each meeting is set aside for you to have your say and ask questions. We welcome your feedback and comments about this newsletter or any other matter you wish to raise. Anyone that has any parish information/news to go in the newsletter can contact the parish clerk.
Please address them to: Clerk to Parish Council, Helen Elliott, 85 Main Street, Clifton Campville, Tamworth, Staffs, B79 0AX Tel: 373697
Email: helen.elliott4@btinternet.com

Parish Plan
The updated Parish Plan can be viewed on the Parish web site.
Please have a look at http://www.cliftoncampville.com

Mobile Library (Tuesdays)
Dates of Visits 2016 – 2017
Green Man Clifton Campville 11.30 – 12.30

26th July, 16th August, 6th September, 27th September, 18th October,
8th November, 29th November, 20th December, 10th January, 31 January, 21st February, 14th March & 4th April

Clifton Campville with Thorpe Constantine Parish Council Newsletter
JULY 2016 ISSUE 32

Welcome to the thirty second edition of the Clifton Campville with Thorpe Constantine Parish Council Newsletter.

Following a poor response regarding getting the newsletter to an online basis the Parish Council is interested in hearing from anyone willing to help hand deliver the newsletter. If you can help in anyway please email helen.elliott4@btinternet.com. Other options are to make it available only on the websites or have newsletter dispensers on the Parish Council notice boards. Alternatively if you wish to receive the newsletter electronically please send an email quoting your email address and house address to helen.elliott4@btinternet.com
The newsletter is also now available on the village websites http://www.cliftoncampville.com and http://www.hauntonvillage.co.uk

Coneyberry Millennium Green – Clifton Campville Country Fair
Lost Property

We still have a couple of bits and pieces that were handed in at the Country Fair including a blue young girl’s jacket (aged 3 years), a maroon & grey child’s sweatshirt (aged 4 years), an umbrella, a doggie treat bag, a heart shaped necklace, some bracelets & wrist bands and a cake tin (mauve lid).
Please contact Sue Wadham on 01827 373814 if any of these belong to you.

Cleat Hill Farm Community Liaison Group

The community representatives are: Tony Bryan (Parish Council), Simon Parsons (Haunton), Sue & Nigel Wadham (Chickscape).
A Facebook page has been set up by the group.
Further details are available on the Clifton Campville and Haunton village
websites.
The telephone number for reporting concerns to Applied is 01246 56906

Bromford Housing

Recently the Parish Council were contacted by Bromford Housing regarding the potential redevelopment of the properties along the western side of Lullington Road and the North side of Main Street. Whilst Bromford have no clear plans yet to discuss they were keen to hear about local issues and did assure the Parish Council that they would fully consult with them once their plans were firmer. Bromford have recently carried out a survey around the Parish to help with their planning. The Parish Council will keep residents informed of further developments.

Harvest is coming

Just a timely reminder, that there will be an increased amount of agricultural traffic on the roads around the parish from the beginning of August. Please try and park to allow the traffic to pass easily and allow them to carry on with their essential work.

Closed church of St Constantine, Thorpe Constantine
Mission and Pastoral Measure 2011

The Church Commissioners have prepared a draft scheme under the above 2011 Measure providing for the sale of the closed church of St Constantine and its churchyard for use for civic, cultural and community purposes and occasional Christian worship.

A copy of the draft Scheme may be inspected on the noticeboards at St Andrew’s church and the village hall, Clifton Campville, on the website at http://www.ccpastoral.org (under ‘Current Draft Pastoral Schemes and Orders’) or by applying to Anne Griffiths. Large print and/or audio copies can also be requested from her.

You may write either in support of or against the draft scheme by e-mail to closedchurches.reps@churchofengland.org or by writing to Representations, Closed Churches Division, Church Commissioners, Church House, Great Smith Street, London SW1P 3AZ. Note that any communications received after 14 August 2016 cannot be treated as a representation.
For details of this process see http://www.ccpastoral.org or contact Anne Griffiths on 0121 426 0436, by e-mail (anne.griffiths@churchofengland.org) or write to her C/o Birmingham Diocese, 1 Colmore Row, Birmingham B3 2BJ.

Potholes around the Parish

As you will be aware the road network around the community deteriorates year on year. Although many potholes are reported regularly by the Parish Council the more they are reported by members of the public on the below contact details the more likely it is that they will be repaired. The Parish Council would be grateful of your assistance in highlighting any highways problems this way.
Contact the Highways Team – The easiest way to report an issue on the roads is to use the online reporting system… https://apps2.staffordshire.gov.uk/web/reportfault/#top
By telephone, email or fax
Phone: 0300 111 8000
Email: highways@staffordshire.gov.uk
Opening Times: Monday – Thursday 8am – 8pm, Friday 8am – 6pm, Saturday 9am – 5pm Calls will be charged at a local rate.

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