The Peldon Players proudly present The Snow Queen by Tina & Robert Burbidge between 21st & 24th January at Peldon Village Hall. This promises to be a real treat for all ages, being based on Hans Christian Andersen’s tale of ‘The Snow Queen’ it is delivered as an English pantomime – with jokes, songs, and the occasional accident with a large pie.
Tickets are available from Melanie Newton for £6 Wednesday & Thursday (7:30pm curtain) and £7 Friday & Saturday (7:30pm curtain, 2pm matinee on Saturday) – concessions £4 and £5 respectively. Melanie can be contacted by:
The Annual General Meeting of the Society will be held in Peldon Village Hall on Tuesday 3rd February 2015 at 7.30 pm. Members of the public are most welcome to attend. There will be light refreshments.
The Committee would like to attract new members to organise the 5 Parishes Show and also to find people who would just be prepared to help over the actual assembly and operation of the Show from Thursday 30th July to Sunday 2ndAugust; any time that you can spare will help us.
Please come to the AGM to see what we do and to meet us all.
Colchester Borough Council have 2015 free trees and fruit bushes to give away as the popular annual Trees for Years initiative returns for the ninth year in a row. The free plants are available to Colchester Borough residents, community groups and parish councils. Residents can collect up to three plants per household and up to 15 per community group, school or parish council. This year’s initiative includes a variety of fruit bushes, decorative shrubs and trees to help create a greener Colchester for all. Species available this year are:
The 2015 bare root trees and fruit bushes will be available on a first come first served basis. Cultivation guidance will be available so that trees can be selected, taking into account the ultimate size and form of mature trees. People collecting trees need to bring their own bags to put them in. Trees must be planted on private property. Postcodes will be recorded to monitor the distribution. The event, which is funded through sponsorship by officeis takes place on Saturday 7 February, from 10am to 1pm, in the car park of Colchester Borough Council’s offices at Rowan House, in Sheepen Road, Colchester.
WINSTRED HUNDRED PARISH COUNCIL
Peldon Great Wigborough Little Wigborough Salcott Virley
A meeting of Winstred Hundred Parish Council will be held at Peldon Village Hall at 7.30pm on Tuesday 13th January 2015
Apologies for absence:
Minutes of the last meeting
Zone Wardens Report
Borough and County Councillors
Public-Have Your Say
Declarations of Interest
Items for Discussion
1. Presentation from Tony King – Community Agents Essex
2. Precept 2015/2016
3. Chairman and Vice-Chairman
4. Playgrounds and Playing Fields
5. Speed Reducing Options
6. Review of Village Design Statement and Parish Plan
7. Peldon Brick Bus Shelter
8. Clerk’s Salary
9. Abberton Reservoir Rights of Way – update
10. Broadband – update
11. Actions and Reminders List – update
|146599||Proposal: Listed building application for demolition of unsafe storm damaged outbuilding at Kemps Farmhouse, Mersea Road, Peldon|
|146240||Proposal: Listed building application for installation of secondary double glazing to 7 no. windows at Sleyes, Church Road, Peldon||Approve Conditional|
|101809||Salcott Village Hall – hire x 4||£120.00|
|101810||St Mary the Virgin, Peldon – mag entries||£150.00|
|101811||SLCC – annual subs||£69.87|
|101812||R S Pullen – January salary||£367.57|
|101813||David J Kingaby – website work||£348.00|
The next meeting will be on Tues 10th Feb 2015 at 7.30pm at Salcott Village Hall
Magnox are hosting two progress meetings in January to keep the community informed. Scott Raish, Bradwell’s Site Director will update the meeting on the site’s activities, achievements and future plans. The meetings are open to the public and questions relating to the site’s decommissioning activities are invited. These meetings are:
The Wintred Hundred Parish Council has announced the dates of its meetings duriug 2015 as below. Each of these meetings inlcude the opportunity for local electors to raise issues and concerns during a brief ‘Have Your Say’ section prior to the main agenda items being discussed.
All meetings commence at 7.30pm. unless otherwise stated