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The October meeting of the Parish Council, will be held on Monday 5th October 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 (and associated documents) can be viewed on the Parish Council website in advance of the meeting by CLICKING HERE.

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