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 Community Council Meeting
71.Posted:    January 03, 2012 - 12:22 AM - Updated ,    By:    Community Council 

NAYLAND WITH WISSINGTON COMMUNITY COUNCIL

AGENDA
Meeting to be held on Monday 14 November 2011
in the Church Hall at 8pm  (Executive meeting at 7.30pm)

1.  Welcome by the Chairman
2.  Apologies
3.  Matters arising including:  
        CC Volunteers
        CC Notice Board  
4.  Recent Activities:
        Fun Quiz - Friday 7 October  
        Bonfire Night - Saturday 5 November  
5.  Correspondence
6.  Requests for grants
7.  Treasurer’s Report
8.  Community Times
9.  Village Calendar
10. Christmas Family Fayre - Sunday 27 November
11. Diamond Jubilee Celebration - Sunday 3 June 2012
12. Reports from Societies
13. AOB
14. Date of next General Meeting: Monday 9 January 2012
         Meetings for rest of CC year:  AGM 7 March 2012


More Info ... Contact:  David George     Telephone:  01206 262294     Email
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 Parish Council Agenda - November 2011
72.Posted:    November 04, 2011 - 02:07 PM - Updated ,    By:    Debbie Hattrell 

AGENDA and SUMMONS
7.30 p.m. Before commencement of the Meeting
a) Public Forum
b) District Council Report
c) County Council Report
d) Police Report

Parish Council Meeting
1.    Apologies for absence
2.    Approval of Minutes of the meeting held on 12th October 2011
3.    Footpaths
4.    Finance Report including
      i)    Cash Report
      ii)   Section 106 Recreation Contributions
      iii)  Funding of commemorative Jubilee Mugs
5.    Accounts for Payment
6.    Street Lighting
      i)    Observations on design of LED lanterns at Stowmarket location
      ii)   Consider installing Intelligent Lighting Systems to PC lighting
            stock
      iii)  Consider progressing the Wiston Road pilot of black LED
            lanterns
            together with bulb change for unit 72 for consistent white
            light
      iv)   Instructions to Finance Committee regarding next years budget
      v)    General observations following briefing note from the County
            Council and this Councils further investigations to date
7.    Highways
8.    Allotments
9.    Town and Country Planning
      i)    Report on decisions received
      ii)   Report on observations to application for rear extension and
            cart lodge with studio over at Smokey Farm, Campions Hill
      iii)  Report on observations to Planning and Listed Building proposal
            for conservatory and gym at The Old Vicarage, 4 High Street
      iv)   Progress report on application to extend Nayland Primary School
      v)    Babergh Core Strategy
10.   Recreation and Open Spaces
      i)    Review of Horsewatering Area
11.   Housing Needs  
12.   Village Hall
13.   Community Council
14.   Correspondence
15.   Burial Ground    

Debbie Hattrell - Parish Clerk            



More Info ... Contact:  Debbie Hattrell     Telephone:  01787 880935      Email
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 NAYLAND WITH WISSINGTON DIAMOND JUBILEE CELEBRATION
73.Posted:    October 15, 2011 - 07:42 PM ,    By:    Community Council 

Update following Public Meeting called by the Community Council
on Monday 3rd October 2011 in the Village Hall
to discuss proposed Diamond Jubilee Celebration
 

The Chairman and Committee were somewhat disappointed at the number of people who attended the Public meeting on 3rd October but thank those who did attend and for their constructive ideas.

Things have moved on apace since the meeting.  It has been established from the official Buckingham House website that the Queen has expressed a wish for communities to join her in celebrating her Jubilee by holding community events, street parties being an example, lunch time on the Sunday 3rd June.  Lunch time is suggested as people may wish to watch the pageant (1000 ships on the Thames) in the afternoon.  It is therefore suggested that the Community Council spearhead organising a street party for that lunch time, followed by screening the pageant on a large screen in the afternoon and then if there is a demand something for the adults in the evening.

The Chairman and Treasurer have therefore provisionally booked the Village Hall for that date.  They need endorsement form the Executive Committee before they can confirm.

We still need to know if such an event would be well supported by the village and help would be forthcoming to help organise and implement.  We have asked the school to circulate, to parents, the above information and to ask for a response either to the school or C.C.

It is felt that decisions must be made prior to the next C.C. meeting so that any entertainment (punch and Judy etc) can be booked.  

There has been a dialogue between Iain and Andora to ensure that if an event is held that day there would be no impact on arrangements for the Church Fete.

If you have any comments to make or wish to give your support please contact David George 262294 or Bryan Smith 262430.

More Info ... Contact:  David George     Telephone:  01206 262294     Email
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 ‘GARDENING FOR WILDLIFE’ TALK
74.Posted:    October 15, 2011 - 07:35 PM ,    By:    Horticultural Society 


‘GARDENING FOR WILDLIFE’ TALK  

Tuesday 8th November  

7.40 for 8pm - Nayland Village Hall

At the joint meeting with the Conservation Society on Tuesday 8th November Shirley Boyle, head gardener at RSPB Flatford Wildlife Garden, will be speaking about Gardening for Wildlife.  On land bequeathed to the RSPB, the Flatford project is their first dedicated wildlife garden and it has taken 10 years for the plans to come to fruition.  It is an innovative and beautiful garden, designed for both people and wildlife and aimed at inspiring people to make space for wildlife in their gardens and minds.  

All are welcome, entry is free.


More Info ... Contact:  Lorraine Brooks     Telephone:  262807     Email
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 CHRISTMAS FAMILY FAYRE
75.Posted:    October 15, 2011 - 07:30 PM ,    By:    Community Council 


CHRISTMAS FAMILY FAYRE

Sunday 27th November

Fun for all the family

at 12 noon-2pm at Nayland Village Hall.

Father Christmas, Music by the Primary School,
Children’s Games, Traditional Stalls, Festive Goodies,
Fabulous Food, Raffle & Tombola, Great Atmosphere.  

Entry Free.



More Info ... Contact:  Alex Badman     Telephone:  262994     Email
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 NAYLAND BONFIRE & FIREWORKS
76.Posted:    October 15, 2011 - 07:27 PM ,    By:    Community Council 


NAYLAND BONFIRE & FIREWORKS

Saturday 5th November

6.45 for 7pm at the Village Hall Playing Field

Hot Dogs, Sparklers, Luminous Necklaces,
Soft Drinks & Adult Drinks.

Adults £3, Children £1.


More Info ... Contact:  David George     Telephone:  262294     Email
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 Parish Council Agenda - October 2011
77.Posted:    October 07, 2011 - 05:59 PM - Updated ,    By:    Debbie Hattrell 

I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE OF AN ORDINARY MEETING OF NAYLAND WITH WISSINGTON PARISH COUNCIL TO BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY, 12th OCTOBER 2011, AT 7.30 P.M. IN THE COMMITTEE ROOM OF THE VILLAGE HALL, NAYLAND

AGENDA and SUMMONS
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7.30 p.m. Before commencement of the Meeting
a) Public Forum
b) District Council Report
c) County Council Report
d) Police Report

Parish Council Meeting
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1.    Apologies for absence
2.    Approval of Minutes of the meeting held on 14th September 2011
3.    Finance Report including
      i)    Cash Report
      ii)   Half year budget review (as per email)
      iii)  Risk Assessment
4.    Accounts for Payment
5.    Member Training
6.    Street Lighting
7.    Highways
8.    Allotments including request for permission to erect a shed
9.    Town and Country Planning
      i)    Report on decisions received
      ii)   Report on observations to application for amendments to
             approved scheme for changes to fenestration and extension
             to form a snug at Forge House, Bear Street.
      iii)  Discuss application at 2 Blacksmiths Cottages
      iv)   National Planning Policy Framework Consultation (as per
             previous email)
10.   Recreation and Open Spaces
      i)    Dog Fouling
      ii)   Potential gym equipment
      iii)  Review of Horsewatering Area
11.   Housing Needs  
12.   Village Hall
13.   Community Council
14.   Correspondence
15.   Footpaths
16.   Burial Ground                  


Debbie Hattrell - Parish Clerk




More Info ... Contact:  Debbie Hattrell     Telephone:  01787 880935      Email
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 NAYLAND VILLAGE QUIZ
78.Posted:    September 25, 2011 - 03:18 PM ,    By:    Community Council 


NAYLAND VILLAGE QUIZ

Friday 7th October

730pm sharp at the Village Hall, Church Lane, off Nayland High Street

Raise a Team to Raise a Laugh!!  It's all a bit of fun!

£12 a table of Four

Bring your own refreshments.

Application forms to book a table are available in the Post Office (afternoons only) or for further information contact Chris Hunt on 01206 262014 or Jenny Smith on 01206 262430.

More Info ... Contact:  David George     Telephone:  01206 262294     Email
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 HortSoc News
79.Posted:    September 25, 2011 - 03:07 PM - Updated ,    By:    Nayland & District HortSoc 

There is a full report on our 30th annual Flower Show on our website: naylandhortsoc.org.uk .  As usual the morning was a hive of activity with entrants displaying their best exhibits followed in the afternoon by a lovely relaxed atmosphere as visitors browsed and had refreshments.  Thanks are due to everyone involved.

The display of the 30 year history of the Horticultural Society with archive and photo albums gave an insight of our activities and brought back happy memories to those who have been involved over the years.  The display will be repeated at the autumn talks.

After the show we realised somebody had left one of their entries - a rather attractive bottle of sloe gin.  We have not yet found its owner and it is sitting temptingly on a shelf in Hazel’s house!  If you are the owner of this country delight please ring Hazel on 262582.

The minibus was full for the outing to Helmingham Hall Gardens & Autumn Plant Fair on Sunday 18 September.  The showers forecast did not arrive thankfully and everyone enjoyed the day out.  Although late in the season for flowers the gardens were beautifully kept and with a nineteenth century parterre, dramatic herbaceous, shrub, late summer borders, knot, rose & wild flower gardens, the Victorian kitchen garden and orchard, which were bursting with produce, there was something for everyone.  The magnificent house surrounded by a deer park was an impressive venue for the Plant Fair organised in partnership with Suffolk Plant Heritage.  

Members returned home carrying armfuls of plants, and some rather pleased to have their queries successfully answered by the apple detectives and plant doctors.  Many thanks to Trevor for enabling the outing by being our driver for the day.

With autumn dawning our activities will be retreating indoors on Tuesday 18th October when Matthew Tanton Brown, manager at The Place for Plants, will be returning to Nayland to talk about Vegetable Growing at 7.40 for 8pm in the Church Hall, Bear Street.  Matthew is a very popular and knowledgeable speaker on a variety of gardening subjects. On hearing he had established his own allotment we asked him to come along and share his knowledge and experiences on this subject which will no doubt be very entertaining.   All are welcome, entry is free.

At the joint meeting with the Conservation Society on Tuesday 8th November Shirley Boyle, head gardener at RSPB Flatford Wildlife Garden, will be speaking about Gardening for Wildlife.  On land bequeathed to the RSPB, the Flatford project is their first dedicated wildlife garden and it has taken 10 years for the plans to come to fruition.  It is an innovative and beautiful garden, designed for both people and wildlife and aimed at inspiring people to make space for wildlife in their gardens and minds.  All are welcome, entry is free.

HortSoc will be having a stall at the Christmas Family Fayre on 27th November, 12 noon to 2 pm in the Village Hall.  As usual, donations of seasonal items for sale on the HortSoc stall or prizes for our raffle would be very much appreciated and can be left with a committee member or brought along on the day.

The Spring Show will be held on 24th March 2012 so bear this in mind when planting your bulbs this autumn.  The schedule appears on our website: naylandhortsoc.org.uk

More Info ... Contact:  Lorraine Brooks     Telephone:  01206 262807     Email
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 DIAMOND JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS
80.Posted:    September 25, 2011 - 02:28 PM ,    By:    Community Council 

DIAMOND JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS

The Community Council would like to put on an event
to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of our Majesty Queen Elizabeth.

At our Community Council Meeting held on 12th September
the committee was undecided what event and venue would be suitable
for this occasion, bearing in mind that we have had
street parties, street fairs and festivals.

As it will be a community event the committee feel the residents
of Nayland and Wissington may like to choose the type of event
to have and become part of the team putting it on.

There will be a public meeting on Monday 3rd October
at 8pm in the Village Hall for this purpose.  
Please come along to discuss your thoughts,
views and ideas with us.
We look forward to seeing you.


More Info ... Contact:  David George      Telephone:  01205 262294     Email
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