Archive for Month: November 2017

  • Cllr Kevin Parry’s Neighbourhood Watch Meeting This Thursday

      Cllr Kevin Parry delivers a big boost ahead of the Neighbourhood Watch meeting. Having given up his Parish Councillors allowance to buy benches for the community, Kevin has also given the remaining money to buy five new Neighbourhood Watch signs. Cllr Kevin Parry, “This summer we saw an increase in crime, including burglaries.  I…

  • Cllr Kevin Parry Kick Starts Neighbourhood Watch By Donating Five New Signs

    Cllr Kevin Parry delivers a big boost ahead of the Neighbourhood Watch meeting.  Having given up his Parish Councillor’s allowance to buy benches for the community, Kevin has also given the remaining money to buy five new Neighbourhood Watch signs. Cllr Kevin Parry, “This summer we saw an increase in crime, including burglaries.  I have…

  • Kevin Parry’s Liden Green Community Action Day

      Barbara and I would like to say a massive thank you to all residents who came out and helped us.  We battled the rain to raise the canopy on all the trees on the Green, around the cycle path.  This work restored the way the Green used to look.  It now not only looks…

  • November’s Handy Article By Cllr Kevin Parry

    Key Point As the Chair of the Planning Committee, it is difficult for me to comment on Planning applications before they have gone to Committee.  I recently chaired the special Key Point Planning meeting at the Steam Museum.  The meeting was well attended with over 250 people and I was very impressed with the members…