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Parish Council Elections

Will take place on 2 May 2019 – find out more information leaflet – final

Temporary Road Closure

The A422 will be closed temporarily for surface repair from 25 February – it is anticipated the works will be completed by 15 March.  See notice and orderTTOnotice1-V1 here TTOorder-V1

Road Safety

Following parishioner raising the issues of lorries parking on the corner of Banbury Road and Churchill Close the Parish Council contacted the Shipston Safer Neighbourhood Team to ask for their advice on how this can be addressed.  PC Craig Purcell suggested:

The larger vehicles may be from nearby construction sites and we can speak to site bosses to try and prevent issues. They’re usually pretty good and might even put a sign up.’
We can also talk directly to companies to get the message across so please do encourage emailing us with photographs of large vehicle with company logos. Emails need to go to shipston.snt@warwickshire.pnn.police.uk

Finally, where neither of the above is appropriate, try ‘Operation Snap’  a website where photos/videos and statements can be uploaded and are then accessed by the relevant Police Force – click on the following link https://www.nextbase.com/en-gb/national-dash-cam-safety-portal

 

Skatepark Tender

Ettington Youth Council is excited to announce that, following a tender process Canvas Spaces Limited have been awarded the contract to develop the skatepark.    The company has 15 years of experience of building skateparks (examples of their projects can be found at www.canvasspaces.co.uk).  Examples of their award winning designs put forward can be seen below

307 – P401 Proposed Site Plan

The next stage will be for core members of the Youth Council to meet with Canvas Spaces representatives to ‘tweak’ the design and, once finalised, planning permission will be sought before work can commence.
Funding for the project has come from a variety of sources including the Parish Council, Section 106 funding (from the Spitfire Development), grants including National Lottery Awards for All, Waitrose Community Project and Tesco Bags of Help together with fundraising by the Youth Council.
The Parish Council would like to thank and congratulate the Youth Council for their patience and commitment to the project which will benefit themselves and others for years to come.

Warwickshire Gritting Routes for 2018-19

Available http://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/gritting

 

 

 

 

 
 

Ettington Parish Fund

Ettington Parish Fund is a registered Charity (Registered Charity Number 254957) “for the general benefit of the inhabitants of Ettington for which provision is not made out of rates, taxes or other public funds”.

The Parish Council, as Trustee of the Charity, resolved that the fund should be made available for the benefit of individuals resident in the Parish and more specifically for:

  • Educational expenditure, for example course fees, additional school activities, uniforms, educational books and equipment;
  • Membership fees and/or uniform costs for attending recognised organisations such as Cub Scouts, Brownies etc;
  • Training or associated costs to be incurred by an individual in support of work with voluntary organisations or charities, especially those benefiting the local community.

If you would be interested in applying for a grant then contact Sarah Furniss, Clerk to the Parish Council on 01789 295827, 07786938072 or epc.clerk@yahoo.com who will provide you with guidelines and an application form.

Sign Up For E-Mail Notifications

You can now sign up for e-mail updates on specific issues including planning, events and news.  We will shortly be adding neighbourhood plan to the list.  Just go to the relevant tab and on the right hand side of the screen you will see a box in which to put your e-mail address.  Once submitted you will receive an e-mail from which you can activate the process.

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