Agendas & Minutes of Hatherleigh Town Council Meetings – 2017

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Unless otherwise stated, all meetings of Hatherleigh Town Council are held on the second Tuesday of the month at 7pm at Hatherleigh Community Centre.   There are likely to be some meetings where we have to change the date – these will be noted in the previous months minutes. The agendas and minutes of the meetings to date in 2017 can be …

OkeRAIL public consultation

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Hatherleigh Town Council is very supportive of the Okehampton rail service initiative group OkeRAIL  http://okerail.2day.uk/ which is campaigning to see the reintroduction of a passenger train service for weekdays from Okehampton to Exeter, therefore linking into the rest of the train line network. They recently held a consultation day, see below their information leaflet and the questionnaire form which can be printed and returned to them. …

Christmas Celebrations

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Come and join us and help support local businesses. Monday December 5th – Christmas tree and lights switch on in the Square at 7.15pm accompanied by the Silver Band as part of late night shopping evening where shops have enticing goodies! (Rumour is that Santa may also make an appearance in Old Schools!). Christmas Eve – 7pm carol service in the …

Save Our Beds at Okehampton Hospital – Future Care Consultation

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The NEW Devon Clinical Commissioning Group are proposing to cut the number of in-patients beds at community hospitals across Devon to focus on giving more care in people’s homes. They are running a 13 week ‘Future Care’ consultation to find the best areas for community hospital beds. Initially only four options were presented for retaining community hospital beds at Tiverton, Seaton, …

Appeal for Volunteers – Road Warden, Snow Warden, Community Help Schemes

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COMMUNITY SELF – HELP SCHEMES As we are all aware Central Government have cut funding to Local Authorities and so Devon County Council and West Devon Borough Council have no option but to reduce its maintenance service we have all been accustomed to. And as residents we are all aware of the growing problem of increasing pot holes and weeds, …