Tree Planting in the Cricket Field – Saturday 16th March, 2024

Not strictly Parish Council Business… but we thought this was worthy of posting here.

A rather dull day weather-wise for the tree planting to commemorate our former Chairman, Alistair Forbes, 10 years of service to the Parish Council, but at least the rain stayed away.

A very dapper Alistair arrived to oversee the proceedings, the hole was dug, the tree planted and Alistair put in the first shovel of soil, job done! The event was attended by All Saints Parish councillors and residents, along with a few doggie friends, who wanted to help with the digging.  Then it was back to the Pavilion for hot drinks, biscuits and some socialising.

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Cllr Gary Hall (Chairman), thanked Alistair for his long service and presented him with a bottle of whisky and a bunch of flowers for his wife Mary.  We look forward to seeing the two trees we have planted, a Silver Birch and a Mountain Ash (Rowan), thrive and provide enjoyment for all the residents of All Saints Parish. 

Commemorative plaques will be added in due course.

Tree Planting – 16th March, 2024 11.30am

Tree Planting – 16th March 11.30am at the Cricket Field

As you may be aware, our Chair of ten years, Alistair Forbes, stepped down at the end of 2023. We would like to recognise his commitment and service to both the Parish Council and the parishioners by planting a tree in the Cricket Field.

We will be doing this, with him in attendance, on Saturday March 16th March at 11.30am.

We’d love to see as many of you there as possible.

Cricket Field and Pavilion

Cricket Field & Pavilion Working Group

The Terms of Reference for the Cricket Field and Pavilion Working Group have now been published. This document explains how the Working Group will be established, its goals and objectives, together with its deliverables.

If you are interested in getting involved with the regeneration of this local asset, please contact the Clerk to the Parish Council.

You can see the Terms of Reference document in the Policies menu.

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