Parish Council News

February Parish Council Agenda Published

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The agenda for the February meeting of the Parish Council on Monday the 3rd February has been published online on the Council’s website.
The agenda includes a number of items for discussion including:
Allotments Update
Tattenhall Climate Day plans
High Street Bunting
Village Maintenance

As always the meeting is open to the public and the agenda includes Public Participation when members of the public can comment on raise matters affecting the Parish

AGENDA & INFORMATION

Minutes of December CLT Meeting Published

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The Minutes of the December Community Land Trust meeting have just been published on the Councils website.

High Street Bunting – What’s your thoughts?

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The Parish Council has been considering having brackets erected on the High Street in Tattenhall (subject to property owners permissions) to use for erecting bunting for the summer period each year.
The cost of obtaining and installing the brackets is approximately £1000 and this would be a one off cost, however there would be an ongoing cost for the putting up of the bunting and taking it down each year.
Is this something the Parish Council should be doing?
Does it contribute to the economy in Tattenhall?
Or do you think it is a waste of Money?
Lets us know before the 3rd February when it will be discussed at the Council meeting by emailing tattenhallpc@outlook.com

Parish Council Grants

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Tattenhall & District Parish Council are seeking grant applications from not-for-profit local community groups which will be considered at the Council’s March 2020 Meeting.

The deadline for applications is 21st February 2020

All applications for funding must be on the Council’s application form.

For more information contact the Council Clerk Ann Wright

Parish Council looks to create Youth Council

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Tattenhall & District Parish Council are looking to attract young people to create a Youth Council for Tattenhall and District.

We are looking for young people who are between 10 and 18 years of age who are interested in getting involved and making decisions, giving the young people of the area a voice as well as organising events.

The Youth Council is expected to meet every 2 months and will work in partnership with the Parish Council itself.

If you would like to find out more or get involved contact:
Louise Gibson – lmgibson1979@icloud.com
Ann Wright – tattenhallpc@outlook.com

The deadline to get involved is the 1st March 2020