Barley Village Plan - have your say

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Melanie Chammings - Barley Parish Council Clerk
It is time to review the Barley Village Plan which was created in 2015. 

The Parish Council will lead the review, but needs vital input from villagers. The Council will organise a public meeting in January 2020 to initiate the review and seek applications from villagers to form a working group to oversee it. 

If you are interested, the current Barley Village plan is now published on this site. 

Further news about the review will be published in The Diary, on the village Facebook group and through the Parish Council emailing list. 

For those not already on the list but would like to be, please contact Mel Chammings at barley.parishclerk@gmail.com.  
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Virtual Parish Council meetings

You will know that Barley Parish Council (BPC) cancelled its monthly meetings in April and May due to the Covid crisis. Clearly the recovery period will be longer than any of us imaged so BPC has decided to go 'virtual'.

 

The first virtual meeting will be held, via Zoom, on Monday 1st June at 7pm. This will be the Annual General Meeting, at which the Chair and Vice Chair will elected for the coming year. It will also be necessary to sign off the Annual Governance and Financial Assessment for external audit.

 

There may be additional items for the agenda which I will publish as usual closer to the meeting date.

 

If you wish to attend you will need to have access to Zoom, and I will send you the joining link if you email me at barley.parishclerk@gmail.com

 

This will be a new way of delivering our public meetings, probably for a few months to come so if you decide to join us in June, there may be a few teething problems so please be patient.

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Police Rural Newsletter - May 2020

In May's edition of the Hertfordshire Constabulary's rural newsletter, read about the local response to COVID-19, anti-social behaviour and frausters taking advantage of the coronavirus pandemic. 

      

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