Dry Drayton Parish Council
The Parish Council is still seeking new Councillors as they are under strength at the present time and have resignations pending. If you are interested in contributing to our village life by helping with local decision making, please consider joining the PC. Contact the Parish Clerk, Sarah Meech, firstname.lastname@example.org, if you are interested and see this link: Parish Council guidance and information for more information about what it means to become a Parish Councillor. The next meeting of the PC is on Tuesday 12 March 2019. The draft minutes of the last meeting are on the PC’s website Dry Drayton Parish Council
Dry Drayton Art Group
The art group membership now stands at 23 members, all of which are enjoying painting birds in watercolour, boats in acrylics with a palet knife and childrens portraits in Pastels. To come – Night time scenes and Fur and feathers.
Saturday Workshop 9th March 2019 10.00am to 16.00pm £25.00, Jamie Sugg Oils/ acrylics/Watercolour. A few places left
Tuesday 2nd April 2019 Demonstration 19.00pm to 22.00pm, £7.00, David Hyde Watercolour (Ely Cathedral). BOOK EARLY
Holiday Home to Let In Southwold, Suffolk
Very spacious, characterful, three double bedroomed detached holiday retreat, only five minutes walk from the sea, in the delightful Suffolk town of Southwold. For further details see http://www.drydrayton.net/Southwold.asp and please contact Richard or Cherry 07704 804262
Plastic Problems in Dry Drayton.
A plea from Dr Gilly Carr, High Street, Dry Drayton. “I’d like to contact other members of the village to help me in an endeavour, and that is, to help pick up the plastic in the village that litters the grass and curbside and roundabouts throughout the village. My new year’s resolution has been to pick up plastic in the village and every Sunday afternoon I head out with a bin liner and gloves. Within 30 mins or by the time I’ve collected plastic scattered over 10 meters of grass, the bag is full. I have been shocked by the amount of plastic in our little village and I’ve scarcely scratched the surface. I must have removed over 50kg of litter so far, and it cannot all fit in my litter bin alone; one person cannot keep the village tidy, so I’d like to ask for volunteers to help me every Sunday afternoon. Can interested parties email me on email@example.com? This is a classic case of ‘Think global, act local’.”
“Dry Drayton People” Facebook Group
Those of you who use Facebook may be interested to know that there is a new group there called “Dry Drayton People”: a community group for the people of Dry Drayton and people with connections to it. Local businesses are also allowed to post there.
Consultation on the Cambourne to Cambridge Better Public Transport Project.
There will be a consultation meeting on this in the Dry Drayton Village Hall Tuesday 5th March 17.00 to 18.30. Some, if not all, of the alternatives being discussed will have a negative impact on village traffic. Come and discover more and have your say.