Snitterfield Neighbourhood Plan Public Meeting, Wednesday
4th March, 7.30pm at the Village Hall. Presentation on progress
of SNDP, update on District Council Core Strategy and Q&A session.
For more information, contact Ole Schmidt-Hansen 731246
Actioning Climate Change (SACC)
5th March, 8.00pm
at the Village Hall. All
Council meeting, Monday, 9th March, 7.30pm at the Village
Snitterfield WI meeting, Wednesday, 11th March, 7.30pm,
at the Village Hall. A talk given by Chris Sidgwick on her work after
retiring as a local senior midwife.
here for a letter from
the Environment Agency informing villagers of a public meeting
at the Village Hall to show the work envisaged to alleviate flooding
within the lower parts of the village and here
for the latest update of the Snitterfield Parish Council Flood Group
Click here for proposed
develpment at rear of Appleton House, Church Road
to see Snitterfield Parish Council's response to the proposed
development for 25 houses east of White Horse Hill
for Design and Access Statement and here
for Master plan for proposed development between White Horse Hill
and King's Lane. The files are large, with the DAS running to almost
60 pages, so it may take some time to open up!
here for latest update
of Superfast Broadband for Snitterfield
for Notice of Snitterfield Parish Area Community Governance Review
as on Stratford District's website and here
the Parish Council's reasons for the review.
for press release of SACC's
for latest Snipe Newsletter
Click here for
the latest Chairman's blog from the Parish Council
for the latest Chairman's blog for Snitterfield Garden Club
for information on the new Snitterfield Neighbourhood Watch Scheme
including registering and joining the scheme.
for Snitterfield Parish 2011 Census profile
for the contacts list for your Wellesbourne Safer Neighbourhoods
for the December newsletter and here
for latest Incident report No 11 (24th January to 1st February
for website from Warwickshire against domestic abuse
of new 101 telephone number for non-emergency calls to Police.
for news story.
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