The next parish council meeting is on . Please feel free to attend. It starts at about 19:30 in the Village Hall and goes on no later than 21:30. Public participation in the meeting is welcomed and will take place towards the end of the meeting. The whole meeting is open to the public and all the previous meeting minutes are available for download from the website here.
The next village hall meeting is on . The meeting starts at 19:00 and finishes around 20:30. Feel free to go along if you want to get involved.
NOTICE OF AUDIT FOR ARNCOTT PARISH COUNCIL
Linked here is the notice of the annual audit for Arncott Parish Council
Arncott MotoX Inquiry Decision Notice
We have been asked a number of times for information regarding the inquiry decision on Arncott MotoX. Please click here for details and / or check out the Motox folder in the Library section.
Woodpiece Road Car Park construction
Please click here to go to the Library and select "other" to view the associated documents
The Parish Matters magazine is delivered (almost) every month. If you don't receive a copy, please let us know. Refer to the Library section for previous issues of the magazine. If you wish to put a news item in the magazine then please email to email@example.com
If you'd like to help, please contact us here.
Don't forget to make use of the shop in Arncott. Village shops are dying out as they struggle to compete against the supermarkets. Use it or lose it! There are loads of offers available there and as Tom once said to me, "If you can't find it, ask me and I'll find it. If I haven't got it, I'll get it". Can't say fairer than that!! If you want to contact the shop, then call 01869 388223 and speak to them. Here is their hygiene rating from the Scores on the Doors website in case you were wondering.
28 September 2017Traffic Survey - Request for Comments
The Parish Council are being asked to complete a survey to help build a better picture of existing and new community transport provision and identify areas where there is inadequate or no provision.
Community transport enables people to live independently, participate in their community and to access education, employment, health and other services. It uses and adapts conventional vehicles to do exceptional things – always for a social purpose and community benefit, but never for a profit.
Using everything from mopeds to minibuses, typical services include voluntary car schemes, community bus services, school transport, hospital transport, dial-a-ride, wheels to work and group hire services.
The PC invites constructive input on any aspect of Community Transport system which we will then feed in to the survey.
Please send comments to firstname.lastname@example.org