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Jun 2011 Extra Ordinary Parish Council Meeting on 27th June Postponed 2011-06-24 17:03:12

POSTPONED MEETING 27TH JUNE TO DISCUSS RECREATION FIELD

Announcement from Creech St Michael Parish Council


The planned Extra Ordinary Meeting for 27th June has been postponed, due to information not being received yet from the Charity Commission, regarding the proposed Agreements for the Recreation Field.


Jill Loader

Clerk to Creech St Michael Parish Council

Jun 2011 The future of Creech St Michael Recreation Field 27th June 2011-06-17 17:31:23

THE FUTURE OF CREECH ST MICHAEL RECREATION FIELD


Article written by Eric Chown, Web Publicity


Creech St. Michael Parish Council announce an Extraordinary Parish Council Meeting


To be held at The Village Hall


7.00pm on the Monday 27th June 2011


To discuss the future management and improvements of


Creech St. Michael Recreation Field


An agenda will be published nearer the date


Please come along to hear the discussion on the future plans for this very valuable village community asset.


Help is needed to preserve, enhance and protect the use of this open space for all our children, sporting users, enthusiasts and residents.

Jun 2011 June Small MBE 2011-06-16 21:49:43

Article written by Eric Chown, Web Publicity


Congratulations to the local fruit grower June Small of Charlton Orchards on the award of an MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List.


While she and her husband Robin are very well known for their horticultural interests we here in the parish also know June as an author of a history of Creech St Michael.


Before that she was a teacher at the local primary school, so she is a lady of many talents.

Jun 2011 Summary of Creech Parish Council June Meeting 2011-06-14 14:13:13

Article submitted by Jill Loader, Parish Clerk Creech St Michael Parish Council


The June meeting covered three important issues.


The report given by the Allotment Group were keen to find suitable land within the parish for over 50 residents, who have expressed an interest.  Various sites were proposed and further investigation was required.  If an allotment site could be found, it would be a great community asset and would bring the residents together for social and environmental reasons.


The proposed plans to provide suitable footpaths and bus stops at Adsborough were costly, and alternative options should be discussed, which could be more economic.


The future of the management of the Recreation Field was a hot topic of discussion.  The council appear to be undecided which is the most suitable route to take to improve the site and management of this area.  An Extra Ordinary Meeting of the Parish Council will take place on Monday, 27th June at 7pm in the village hall to discuss this subject.


Out of the five planning applications four were supported.   The usual finances, highways and rights of way issues were discussed.


The next full Parish Council meeting is on Monday, 4th July at 7pm.



Jill Loader

Clerk

Jun 2011 David Wilson Homes host Creech Primary School PTA meeting 2011-06-09 17:27:40

Greater Links with Primary School as PTA sets up home at Hollinsworth Park


Parents and teachers at Creech St Michael Church of England Primary School were treated to the perfect venue for their latest PTA meeting – a brand new showhome at Hollinsworth Park.


The David Wilson Homes development is keen to build strong links within the local community and loaning one of the site’s beautifully-designed new homes was a perfect chance to get to know the neighbours.


“We have an excellent relationship with staff and parents at Creech St Michael Primary School and many of its pupils live here at Hollinsworth Park,” said David Wilson Homes sales director, Russell Glimstead. “In fact, many buyers here are attracted to the development because of its close proximity to this wonderful school.


“Providing a meeting place for the most recent PTA meeting gave us a superb opportunity to make a contribution and cement our position as an important member of this new thriving new community.”


Offering a selection of three, four and five bedroom homes, Hollinsworth Park is surrounded by magnificent countryside. The development is close to all other local amenities and is ideally placed for commuters. Junction 25 of the M5 is just two miles away and the county town of Taunton is within easy reach.


Hollinsworth Park offers a range of large three, four and five bedroom houses that are perfect for families to grow into. Current availability includes the three bedroom Deane house, from £219,950; the four bedroom Drummond and Cornell designs, from £299,950; and the spacious five bedroom, Moorecroft family home, from £429,950.


“Finding the best possible education for their off-spring is almost always top of the list for parents seeking a new home,” said Russell. “We understand just how important it is to be within touching distance of a popular school – and we are delighted to be able to offer this at Hollinsworth Park.”


For more information about Hollinsworth Park, please contact the sales suite, open daily, from 10.30 am to 5.30 pm, on 0844 811 4441 or visit www.dwh.co.uk

Jun 2011 Fly-tipping in Hyde Lane Creech St Michael 2011-06-02 21:41:29

Article written by Eric Chown, Web Publicity


Two large plastic bags of hazardous waste were found on the old Hyde Lane road between the school and the recreation ground on 1st June.  The material looked like broken up asbestos sheets.


The find was immediately reported to the Taunton Deane as the material could have been handled by children and placed them at risk. They promised early action.


With the reduction of opening hours for the local refuse centre this kind of dumping may be on the increase.  We all need to be on the look out for illegal dumping.


Visit the Taunton Deane Borough Council website for advice on what to do if further fly-tipping is found.


Residents can properly dispose of their own household asbestos refuse if they follow the guidelines from the TDBC website or by ringing customer services on 01823 356356.