STOKE LACY PARISH COUNCIL

 Dear Parish Councillors

You are summoned to attend the EXTRA-ORDINARY MEETING of the Parish Council to be held on Wednesday 3rd April 2019 in Stoke Lacy village hall at 7.30pm

Yours sincerely

A P Westwood

Clerk clerk@stokelacyparishcouncil.co.uk or westwoodja@hotmail.com

29th March 2019

AGENDA

 

19.25 To receive and accept APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE                                       Clerk/Ch’man

 19.26 To receive DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST                                                                  Clerk

 19.27 To discuss PLANNING APPLICATION NO. P184176/F: The Mill Farm, Little Cowarne, HR7 4RG: Proposed change of use of agricultural land to house two temporary mobile homes for holiday let accommodation

   Local and Parish Council elections: Thursday 2nd May 2019

 Dates of next Parish Council meetings in 2019:

Annual Parish and Parish Council meetings (new Parish Council):

Wednesday 15th May at 7.30pm and 8pm.

 

Members of the public are always welcome to attend Parish Council meetings.

 A.P.Westwood

Alma Westwood, Clerk, Lampacre Cottage, Stoke Lacy . parishclerk@stokelacyparishcouncil.org.uk                

01885 490286                                                                                                                                                             29.03.19.           

 

NEW DELUXE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT IN STOKE LACY – 

FOR BIRDS

 

 

 

Local residents and visitors will soon see a number of specially made bird boxes on trees around Stoke Lacy Churchyard. It is hoped that these new homes will attract a variety of birds into the churchyard and surrounds. This Wild Life Conservation initiative forms part of the Heritage Lottery Project for refurbishment of the church steeple and roof of St Peter and St Paul Church, Stoke Lacy.

 

Alma Westwood and Richard Combe, church wardens, are showing off samples of the different types and sizes of nest boxes, which include homes for blue tits, coal tits, great tits, robins, fly catchers and a massive box for a tawny owl. Richard, who made the prototypes, is hoping that some keen handyman (or indeed a team of people!) will come forward to help him make more. They will need a minimum of 20 boxes to attract enough birds into their new “housing development” in time for spring nesting. If you would like to help Richard, please ring him on 01885 482384