Parish Council Survey – let’s try this again…

Parish Council Survey – let’s try this again…

Hello everyone - we are going to have another go at this post because it seems the link we had in directing to the survey wasn't working for some people: so apologies in advance that you are getting this all over again :-) Your Parish Council is very keen that you have a say over the small amount of money they have to spend on the village in the coming year, and rather than decide themselves they have opened this up to a little local consultation on what you feel these public funds should be paying for in and around the village. Thank you to the 45 people who have already contributed but they would very much like even more participation. Whatever you decide they will action ... so have your say today with this 2-3 minute survey on some things already proposed or suggested. If you don't have a say there's no complaining allowed afterwards if you disagree :-)...
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Climate Change Talk

Climate Change – Heading for Extinction Talk at Nettlebed Village Hall 26th November 2019 at 7.30 pm Are you worried about the Climate Emergency and wondering what you can do? Are you wondering why perfectly ordinary, hardworking, law-abiding friends, neighbours and acquaintances of yours are joining Extinction Rebellion? This engaging talk will delve into the science behind the statements. The facts that are forging actions, and the methods that are changing minds. Come to our public talk on Tuesday 26 November at 19.30hrs at Nettlebed Village Hall at 32 High Street, Nettlebed, Henley on Thames RG9 5DD Free entry, donations welcomed to cover hire of ...
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And Invite from the Commons Conservators

On July the 6th, the Commons Conservators invite you to a drop-in work party on the Nettlebed Commons. Earlier in the year tree felling has taken place on the commons and the wood that was not of interest was left on the forest floor. The aim for the volunteering day is to clear up as much of the brushwood leftover from tree cutting earlier on the commons. Instead of having brushwood lying around, we will build habitat piles so that the wildlife on our commons can have some refuge. Place to meet: In the beech forest in Nettlebed Common Wood (See map), where the marked footpath crosses the track. Indicated on the map as blue square. We aim to work between 10:00 and 12:30 and you are welcome to join at any time that suits you. We aim to have the majority of the work done by 12:30. If you just want to join in for a few minutes rather than the...
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School Funding Petition

There is currently a petition re school funding in the school office which, after Tuesday next week, John Howell will be taking to Parliament. It would be great to get as many signatures as possible from Nettlebed so please think about calling in to the office to sign on the dotted line and hopefully get a little more funding coming to our school. Thanks everyone.>>  ...
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