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Parish Council Meetings, 2019


Next Meeting: Monday Feb. 10th, 2020 7:00PM


View the agenda and minutes of past meetings: here

VILLAGE DEFIBRILLATORS



can be found at the Post Office, CIPS and the Village Hall. 


CODE:  C159X

Tour de Sands Wheely Miglia

 

The local cycling charity, Tour de Sands, established to honour the much missed Sandra Watson, is raising money to support end of life care in our local area and to help mitigate the side effects of cancer treatment, especially Lymphoedema.  Right now there's a team cycling 50 miles a day in Italy, following the route of the famous 1,000 mile classic car race, the Mille Miglia. This "Wheely Miglia" is a major effort on behalf of the 6 riders who are completing the full 1,000 miles, and no small commitment from the villagers and others who have joined Jerry Watson and his team for a week or two at a time. The ride ends this Friday, 4th October, and donations are very welcome to help us reach our target of £25,000. You can read Jerry's daily blog (a kind of beautifully illustrated rambling travelogue) on the Tour de Sands website https://www.tourdesands.com (go to the blog tab) and read more about the ride and donate from the home page.

Advance dates for your new 2020 diaries:

 

May 8th VE Day

May Day is traditionally held on a Monday but will be put back to Friday 8th  May 2020. VE Day, or Victory in Europe Day, marks the day towards the end of World War Two when fighting against Nazi Germany came to an end in Europe. The holiday will form part of a three-day weekend of commemorative events nationally and a small team is planning some events in Easton on the Bank Holiday Friday.



May 22-25th Easton Gala

The Annual Village Gala will as usual be held over the weekend of the late May Bank Holiday, which this year runs from Friday 22nd May- Monday 25th. Planning will start in January with a meeting on Monday 20th Jan at 7.00pm in the Blue Bell. All village groups who wish to participate are asked to send a representative, and anyone who would like to lend a hand in whatever capacity is asked to either attend or drop Tim Nicol (tim@mihcentre.co.uk) an email with any preference for their “roles and responsibilities”.