How Are We Doing

 

Chair’s Annual Report 2017 – 2018

Chair’s Report June 2016 to May 2017

Chair’s Report June 2015 to May 2016

Please see update for Actions/Achievement 2014 – March 2015

How are we doing 2014-15

There have been a number of actions completed around the village, some obvious some not so obvious. A summary of the achievements over the last couple of years was made at the public meeting in November 2013.

You can take a look at a summary of the meeting by clicking here Public Consultation Meeting Parish Council 19.11.13 (opens as a pdf please wait approx. 30 seconds to load).

 

Speeding – as a result of the recent petition there are now improvements to the road markings around the village, an example being the high visibility 30mph road signs.

 

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Litter – DMBC now collect litter from the length of Grange Lane including Abbes Walk plus a monthly street cleaning by DMBC is now in place.

Litter pickers 2013

Litter pickers 2013

 

Pinfold – clearing, maintaining, re-building stone walls in order to preserve an original and historic village amenity.

The Pinfold

The Pinfold

War Memorial – cleaning, providing and re-laying paving around the Memorial and adding stone troughs with floral displays.

 

war-memorial

 

 

Playing Field – improvement to fencing and an additional entrance.  The Playing Field is inspected once a week for cleanliness and safety and a contract now in place for ground maintenance.

Playing field

Poor’s Field – rent from the Poor’s Field provided Christmas Dinner in the Burghwallis for senior citizens of the village.

 

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    • Web Site  – to improve interaction with members of the Parish we have developed a parish web site with the intention of keeping all members informed of any developments.Public Consultation Meeting 191113.009
    • Village Meetings – The Council has recently introduced regular community meetings and all members of the Parish are invited to attend. This will enable you to influence future events.

© Burghwallis Parish Council 2017