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February 2020 – Half Term Activities

We have been asked to publicise this which may be of interest. Half Term Activities

December 2019 – General Election

Full results available on the Elections page, under “Documents” above.

October 2019 – Village Forum

You will find information about the Forum meeting on 23rd in the Village Groups section – this also has a growing list of Village Groups; please let us have your details so we can make this as comprehensive as possible. We have begun work on our Village Diary which you will find on the tab above. Also we are looking at how the Village can commemorate VE and VJ Days next year, with a programme of events lasting throughout the Summer.

October 2019 – TORC Newsletter

The TORC Newsletter is currently being printed. You should have your copy soon – please let us know if you have not received a copy by Monday 4th November. It is also available online here – see tab above.

September 2019 – Council Plan 2019-2023

Council has recently agreed to a plan for the next four years, which is to be made public. It is now available on this site under “Documents” above.

September 2019 – New Vicar

We formally welcome our new Vicar, Rachel Alexander, who took up her post last month. We wish her well.

Due to the changes, there will no longer be a regular Parochial attendance in the Office on Mondays, and you will need to contact the Church directly.

July 2019 – Annual Audit updated

The accounts for 18/19 have been approved by the External Auditor – information about this process and what it means is available on the Audit page above.

July 2019 – Fete updated

Huge thanks to Rachael and her team of volunteers for making the fete such a success.

November 2018 – Neighbourhood Plan

A decisive majority voted in favour of the Neighbourhood Plan being adopted, and it is now officially adopted. Council would like to thank all those who supported this both at the referendum and over the period of the Plan’s development. Please visit the link above to see the full plan.

November 2018 – World War I Centenary Commemoration

The commemoration held on November 11th was a great success, and was covered extensively on TV and in the press. Council would like to thank all of those groups and individuals who helped ensure that the day provided a fitting culmination to an extraordinary year. We will shortly be announcing the sums raised for the two charities, the Poppy Appeal and Scotty’s Little Soldiers.

Background:
There was an official launch on Thursday 22nd February in St Mary’s Church. A website has been created to provide information about the ongoing project – please visit it here, where you can make donations.

Visits have taken place to Canada and to Europe, where, as at St Mary’s, sprigs of lavender and rosemary in a Torc (representing the Village) were laid, along with letters from elected officials and schoolchildren. These moving ceremonies have made an impact on all involved, including the one at the Sailing Club on 22nd September, to remember Harold Meek, the only one of the 45 who died at sea. Most recently the same procedure was adopted on our behalf by British Forces in Gaza, and the final visit was made on November 6th to Berlin.

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