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From 1 March 2017, any motorists caught driving while using handheld mobile devices will face double the penalty under the new legislation. Anyone caught driving while using a handheld mobile device will receive six penalty points and a £200 fine. Currently, the penalty is three points and a £100 fine.
This means that new drivers, who have a ceiling of six points for the first two years of qualifying, could immediately lose their licence and be made to retake their test.
Experienced drivers who offend more than once face a fine of up to £1,000 and a minimum six-month driving ban. Drivers of buses, lorries and goods vehicles can be fined up to £2,500.
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With the War Memorial cordoned off, a focus for Remembrance this year will very much be around our War Horse which is adjacent to the Memorial itself.David Bish, our local Poppy Appeal Organiser, has already placed 44 wooden crosses at the site — there being 44* names on our War Memorial — and has sent us this poignant image.For newcomers to the village and for those who might have forgotten...
The November meeting of the Parish Council, will be held on Monday 2nd November at 7.30pm via a Zoom call. Please note you should email or ring the clerk in advance to be given login details.As always, the draft minutes from the previous meeting can be found on the Parish Council website or by CLICKING HERE.Similarly, the agenda...
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