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The Parish Council is the first stage of the planning process and Councillors consider all planning applications made for work in the Village.
All telephone calls to the Clerk are recorded for training & monitoring purposes.
The correspondence address for the Parish Council is not a public office and all meetings with the Clerk are to be arranged by appointment.
The Council makes grants to local organisations and applications should be made to the Clerk in September each year to allow consideration when the Council sets its budget for the coming year. However, applications will be accepted at other times throughout the year.
The Full Council meets on the first and third Thursday of each month (except August) at 7.30pm in the rear Committee Room at the Village Hall. Members of the public & press are welcome to attend all Council meetings. Each Full Council Meeting Agenda has a 15 minute Public Forum for members of the public to raise issues with the Council relating to items of Council business which are for debate on the Agenda.
Before the start of Full Council meetings, there will be an opportunity for members of the public to raise issues with the Clerk as items for future meeting agendas.
Notices of meetings and their minutes appear on Village Notice Boards. Agendas are also available on the website.
Copies of Councillors' Register of Interest Forms are available on the Huntingdonshire District Council's website and on this website in the Council Document Library
All queries regarding the Parish Council should be directed to the Clerk - See "Contact the Parish Council" link at the top of the left hand menu.
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c/o Mrs J Gellatly, 11 Hayling Avenue, Little Paxton, St Neots , PE19 6HG
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These are the news items submitted by Little Paxton Parish Council over the previous month
Little Paxton Parish Council is backing the Keep Britain Tidy campaign to get as many people out and about cleaning up their local communities in March 2018.
As part of its support for the country's biggest-ever community clear up Little Paxton Parish Council is seeking volunteers to take part in an organised litter-pick on the 3rd March from 2pm - 4pm starting and finishing on the QEII Playing Field, Little Paxton.
Councillor Kathy Bishop said: 'This is a great national event and the Parish Council is delighted to be taking part. As a village community, litter heroes can work together to clear Little Paxton from litter, spring cleaning the village.'
Parish Clerk Jenny Gellatly said 'We are looking for lots of litter heroes to come along and help keep Little Paxton free from litter. Litter picks, gloves, high viz jackets and black bags will be provided.' All equipment will be provided on the day.
All equipment will be provided on the day.
Little Paxton Parish Council has created a further 10 new raised beds made out of new railway sleepers at the Parish Allotment site. The raised beds measure length 2.4m x 1.2m depth and height 0.4m and are easy to maintain and have been filled with compost.
Cllr Jean Matheson said' The Council has carried out many improvements to the allotment site and creating additional raised beds is maximising the land available for allotment gardening. The new beds are an ideal size for someone starting allotment gardening. They are perfect for growing flowers and vegetables'.
Parish Clerk Jenny Gellatly said 'The Council now has 20 raised beds and there are also half plots and starter plots available. The growing season is now starting and this is a good opportunity start planting. Free donkey manure is delivered to the allotment site on a regular basis and the site has several water taps.
The rent for a raised bed is £5 per year. The rent for a half plot is £16.50 (pro rata) and a starter plot is £5.50 (pro rata). The Parish Allotments can be accessed from the Footpath No. 5 leading from Gordon Road/High Street.
Anyone wishing to an allotment, please contact the Allotment Representative Cllr Jean Matheson Tel 01480 476298 or the Parish Clerk Mrs Jenny Gellatly Tel 01480 470193 email: email@example.com
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