- Saving the Black Horse – an update from Judith Bennetton [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Since the last email in early May we have made a lot of progress. The BHSG has grown from 8 to 9 and we have a website and a facebook page and we’re on Twitter!
Do go to our website and see what we’ve been doing. https://www.savetheblackhorse.co.uk/ And the links to Facebook and Twitter are: https://www.facebook.com/SaveBlackHorse/ and https://twitter.com/SaveBlackHorse
Do you have any Black Horse photographs of times and events gone by whether it’s a darts team, pool team, Marquee Team, bus trip, birthday celebration, landlords/ladies, or anything you think could be of interest to others that you would you like to share? Your photograph(s) wouldn’t even have to leave your possession. You can take a photograph of your photograph and email it to me on email@example.com or I can come and take a photograph of your photograph.
We are also looking for someone to be our press agent. Could you interest the local press in our cause? Why stop at local press? Do you have any national press/TV contacts? If you think you can help, do get in touch.
If you’re not already on our supporters list would you like to be? You can sign up on our ‘Save The Black Horse’ website or you can send it to me. Of course we will not share your address with anyone without your permission.
Judith Bennetton BHSG
- Parish Council Vacancy
There is a vacancy on the Parish Council following the resignation of Councillor Pryer, – please see the notice on their website at www.drydraytonPC.org.uk . If you are interested in joining the PC then please contact the Parish Clerk, Anita Cullum, clerk@drydraytonPC.org.uk
- Crime in the village
48 local residents attended the crime prevention event in the Church on 10th May organised by Neighbourhood Watch Co-ordinator Graham Carver. Over 20 shed alarms were sold – (reminder – if you bought one, have you fitted it, or just left it somewhere in its box?). Meanwhile there have been a couple more crimes in the village over the last few weeks. Between 2.30pm 04/05/2017 and 7.30am on 05/05/2017, at Scotland Road, Dry Drayton, offenders attempted to gain entry to a property via the front door but have been unsuccessful leaving the door frame with a considerably amount of damage. Between 7.00pm on 17/05/2017 and 7.00am on 18/05/2017 at Park Street, Dry Drayton, a thief smashed the nearside quarter window on a stationary parked vehicle, nothing believed to have been taken.
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