EMBERTON NEWS AND EVENTS
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HOLLINGTON WOOD BLUEBELL OPEN DAY
5th - 6th May - 10am to 5pm
The wood will be open all day on both the Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday. Guided walks available 2-4pm on Sunday and 11-1pm on Monday. Parking at the wood is limited and must be pre-booked (£10 charge) through firstname.lastname@example.org or Phillip on 07762 441 275. The nearest free parking is at Prospect Place. Refreshments available.
PARISH COUNCIL NEWS from the February 2019 Meeting
SOLAR FARM COMMUNITY BENEFIT FUND – The Solar Farm Community Benefit Fund Committee are pleased to report that two grants have recently been awarded to The History Society for display screens and Emberton Toddler Group to replace toys and equipment. The Committee would be pleased to receive applications from individuals up to the sum of £1,000 which would benefit the community of Emberton and Petsoe End. Grants may be awarded for;
the provision and promotion of entertainment, arts and crafts, sports, leisure & amenities
the provision of open space or amenity area planting
the provision of events than enhance the community as a whole
Application forms are available from the clerk email@example.com
or on this website under the heading "Solar Farm"
ANNUAL ASSEMBLY – The parish council’s Annual Assembly, which is open to all residents, will be held on Monday 18th March at 7.30pm in The Pavilion. This is an opportunity for you to ask your Ward Councillor, your parish councillors and Thames Valley Police any questions you may have relating to issues in Emberton. The parish council will provide residents with an update on all parish related matters and there will be reports from local community groups. This will also be your last opportunity to put forward any comments on the draft Emberton Neighbourhood Plan.
STREET LIGHTING – Some residents have been in contact with the parish council following the ornamental street light lanterns being replaced with LED lamp gear trays. The parish council has raised this with Milton Keynes Council and will be seeking to have the lanterns reinstated.