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Parish Council Survey, strategic planning and a good day out

Dear All,

  1. Your Parish Council still wants to hear from you

The Parish Council is still open for your comments on their mini village survey, until close of play on 25th November. Collated comments will then be considered at the next Parish Council Meeting on Tuesday 20th December. The questions are listed on page 8 of the November Dry Drayton Village Newsletter) and relate to introducing CCTV into the village, planning issues especially regarding new housing near the school, preventing dog fouling and how the Parish Council communicates. You can e-mail your responses to the questions to the Parish Clerk  clerk@drydraytonpc.org.uk and/or to Councillor Sylvia Pryer sylviapryer@aol.com , or if you prefer, you can complete the questionnaire online at the Village Website http://www.drydrayton.net

2. Minutes of the last Parish Council Meeting

The draft minutes of the November meeting of the Dry Drayton Parish Council are now available on the Parish Council’s website www.drydraytonpc.org.uk – The minutes include a discussion on a more strategic approach to planning issues in future – you might like to read this before completing the mini village survey question on planning.

3. A good day out in Cambridge 3 Dec.

And if you fancy a good day out, the Mill Road Winter Fair is fast approaching. It takes place at Mill Road, Cambridge from 10.30am to 4.30pm on Saturday 3 December 2016. Mill Road is closed from East Road to Coleridge Road, meaning that everyone can enjoy the day in a safe and comfortable atmosphere. The sight of thousands of people calmly flowing up and down the road has to be seen to be believed. The Fair is known for its special charm and atmosphere with over 10,000 people participating in different ways and enjoying all that the Mill Road area has to offer. Full details are here:  http://www.millroadwinterfair.org/

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DryDrayton.net Village E-Mails 7th November 2014

Dear All,
Please find below an appeal for help and a couple of information items. webmaster@drydrayton.net


Are you web-savvy and willing to help a local good cause?

This is an appeal from Dry Drayton School. School websites are now a legal requirement. There are statutory documents which must be online along with websites being a great way to keep parents informed of what is going on and to market the school to newcomers. Our website is dated and cumbersome to use. Is there anyone out there with the time, expertise and inclination to help us revamp and use it? Please contact the school. The school website is here: http://www.drydraytonprimaryschool.co.uk/


 

Staying independent, safe and well – an important survey by Cambridgeshire County Council

Cambridgeshire County Council is working with its colleagues and partners in health and the voluntary and community sector to improve how it provides information and advice for local people and would like to understand more about your concerns or worries about the future and staying independent, safe and well – what information you might need to help you to plan for yourself and those you care for, and where you would turn for advice.

Please take a few minutes to complete this survey. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/LMZ77T5   The survey will run until 31 October and there are paper copies available in libraries and GPs.

This item is from Jane Hargrave, Information Officer, CFA Information Team, Children, Families and Adults Services, fis@cambridgeshire.gov.uk


Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults

The second edition of the Safeguarding Adults and Mental Capacity Act Newsletter has recently been published. It includes useful information and up-dates for people who use services, their families and carers, the general public and professionals who work with vulnerable adults. The newsletter can be downloaded from the County Council’s website at www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/social . Any comments about the newsletter or suggestions for information to include in future issues can be sent to James.Codling@cambridgeshire.gov.uk .


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