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Parish Council News

The first meeting of the new Parish Council took place on 13th May. Six councillors had been returned unopposed as there had been insufficient candidates for the election on 2nd May for the seven places on the Council. Those returned are: Robin Barratt (Chairman), Sandra Williams (Vice – Chairman), Andrew Dagless, Nigel Dodgeson, James Kirkpatrick and Frazer Dewey.

The Council, which meets six times a year, is looking to fill the vacancy by co-option. Are you interested? If so please contact the Clerk, Catherine Dear at: wrestlingworth@aol.com 01767 631383 before 21st June.

The Council is still looking for a volunteer to look after the Millennium Garden. The garden comprises mainly shrubs with some perennials. An hour a week in the growing season would keep it looking good. If you are interested please contact the Clerk (details above).

Following recent burglaries from sheds in Wrestlingworth some residents have expressed an interest in setting up a Neighbourhood Watch Group. If you would like to be involved, either in Wrestlingworth or Cockayne Hatley, please contact Robin Barratt at: rlbarrat@btinternet.com

The new website has been live for a while and the Council are keen to encourage village organisations to use it to publicise their activities and events. You can find the website here https://wrestlingworthandcockaynehatley-pc.gov.uk If you are involved with a local group or one of the churches in the parish and would like to raise your profile contact James Kirkpatrick at: jimkp@hotmail.com

The Parish Council continues to support Wrestlingworth Speedwatch group and more volunteers are still required. If you are interested in joining the group or would like more information please contact Ken Ellis on 01767 631394 or by email at wrestlingworthspeed@outlook.com


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