Hoton Parish Council News – September 2017
Notice Board Refurbishment
Residents may have noticed that the notice board outside the Village Hall was missing for a few days in August; it has been given a new lease of life thanks to John Laurance and Roy Eady who have done a great job of carrying out the refurbishment. There are two other notice boards in the village which are in need of care and skilled handymen or tradesmen are invited to contact the clerk if they are able to assist.
The slabs on the corner of Wymeswold Road and Rempstone Road were severely damaged at the beginning of September; this was reported to the County Council. The Parish Council would be interested to hear from you if you saw the damage happen; this would help confirm how the slabs get damaged and how it could be prevented from happening again.
There were no reported crimes in Hoton in July. There was one reported crime in Hoton in August; a burglary in the area of Wymeswold Road, whereby entry was forced through a rear window. Cash and items were taken.
Next Parish Council Meeting
The next meeting of the Parish Council will be held on Monday 6th November 2017 at 8pm at Hoton Village Hall.
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Clare Blain – Clerk to Hoton Parish Council
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Posted: Fri, 08 Sep 2017 18:06 by The Parish Clerk