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Fallen tree @ Copse in Dog Walking Field – update 30 July 2020

A number of residents reported a fallen tree at the copse in the dog walking field at Harroell last month.

The tree has been inspected by the Clerk and also by a qualified tree surgeon.

It had/has basal/root rot.

We have decided not to touch it at the minute as we want to see what fungi fruit bodies pop up so we can assess the species associated with the decay as this might have implications on the other standing wood in the copse and there are things we may be able to do to limit any spread if so required.

The tree is fine in its fallen location but we may just put a few cuts in it to help secure it further. Its fallen location helps not to draw any attention to it and does not cause any trip hazards.

We may chip back into the undergrowth and stack cordwood to one side probably at the back of the wood for habitat, beetle banks etc. allow the fungi to have a good feed for years to come

Any questions please contact the Parish Clerk on LONGCRENDONPC@GMAIL.COM or 01844-396140

Frogmore Lane closed from 08:30 to 15:30 from 21-23 July 2020

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21 July 2020 - Play Areas at the Recreation ground and Harroell playground are ope

The outside gym equipment, the under 14 playground and the under 19 playgrounds are all open. Please read the attached notice and adhere to any other safety advise posted at the sites. Any queries to the Parish Clerk on 01844-396140 or longcrendonpc@gmail.com

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Interesting find at Harroell Playground 20 July 2020

Has anybody or their children lost some property at Harroell Playground over the last few days. Please read the attached notice.

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COVID19 – Vandalism at Harroell Park

The informational and instructional signs that were produced by the Parish Council and placed at the entrance to the Harroell Play area have been vandalised and wilfully destroyed.

As the Parish Council are still addressing the issues raised by the mandatory risk assessment which resulted in this playground remaining closed for the moment the signs will have to be replaced. This wastes time for the Parish Clerk that could otherwise be spent on something useful.

One piece of information on the signs was that the Council will be revisiting the closure decision 20 July 2020 and we confirm that work is ongoing to find a way to minimise risk and re-open, in consultation with the County Council and others.

The vandals were witnessed to be children of this village.

The Parish Council respectfully asks all parents to please advise that wilful vandalism and destruction of other peoples property is nasty, antisocial, and achieves very little.

The Parish Council respectfully request parents to please know where your children are and what they are doing.

Children are ignoring the signs , accessing the equipment, leaving litter and generally acting in an undisciplined way on a facility that is currently closed for their safety.

The Parish Council respectfully asks parents to continue to take an active role in helping our community ( as we know a large number currently do). Part of this involves closer supervision and better guidance to the children.

The children need responsible parents to help them deal with many aspects of the current pandemic whilst ways are found to re-open much admired play facilities.

We are sure all the parents in the village will support the Parish Council in this request.

Voter Registration for 2021 local elections

Look out for your voter registration details from Buckinghamshire Council
The first elections for Buckinghamshire Council take place in May 2021, and the annual canvass ensures the electoral register is up to date. Buckinghamshire Council will be contacting residents by post or email between July and August. To make sure you are able to have your say at next year’s elections, simply follow the instructions as provided. You need to be registered in order to vote, and it’s quick and easy to do. Go here to confirm your registered voting details. https://www.buckinghamshire.gov.uk/your-council/council-and-democracy/elections-and-voting/confirm-your-registered-voting-details/

COVID-19 Update 7 July 2020 - Playgrounds in Long Crendon

Update – 7 July 2020

The Parish Council have determined that at the moment that the under-19 play area at Harroell (including the skate ramps, the multi-use games area, swings, Zip wire, BMX track and bench) , the under 13 childrens play area at the recreation ground and the adults outside gym equipment on the recreation ground MUST remain closed as we are unable to meet the minimum safety standards.

The recreation grounds and the amenity field and community orchard (dog walking field) at Harroell will remain open.
Social distancing is still required and the public need to adhere to the national (England) guidance and legislation.

These are unmanned facilities.

Other Local authorities have manned facilities or other provisions for safety and each Council has been instructed to take specific account of local situations.

Despite recent improvements in the death rates from the COVID-19 virus there are still significant health risks to the general public which is why there are still severe restrictions in place in shops, public spaces, transport, leisure facilities etc.

PLEASE DO NOT TRESPASS

PARENTS & GUARDIANS- PLEASE EXPLAIN TO YOUR CHILDREN WHY THIS FACILITY IS STILL CLOSED

The communal nature of these facilities makes them places that are vulnerable to the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19)

Within National (England) guidelines the Parish Council have discretion over when they consider it safe to open for any activity permitted by legislation and may decide to remain closed if they are not able to safely follow the advice in the relevant guidance, to make the space COVID-19 secure.

The Parish Council has legal responsibilities under health and safety law, and must take reasonable measures to ensure the facility , access to it, and any equipment provided are safe for people using it, so far as is reasonably practicable.

The Parish Council will review the situation again on 20 July 2020.

Contact the Parish Clerk for more information. LONGCRENDONPC@GMAIL.COM or 01844-396140

Personnel News 6 July 2020

We are sorry to announce that Grant Stevens , our current Assistant Parish Clerk and former Parish Clerk for Long Crendon for over 10 years has died in hospital following a tragic accident. RIP. Please address any queries to the current Parish Clerk Greg Lismore on LONGCRENDONPC@GMAIL.COM or 01844-396140

Press Release from Buckinghamshire Council 05 June 2020 Weekly road works update

Road works continue across Buckinghamshire, to keep the highway safe. Works, which are part of Transport for Buckinghamshire's highways maintenance programme, take place at the following locations, weather-permitting:

Road surfacing schemes

B4011 Thame Road junction with Drakes Drive, Long Crendon – roundabout and approaches only (Monday 8 June to Friday 12 June)
Resurfacing using a 24-hour-a-day closure on the B4011. Access to Drakes Drive Industrial Estate maintained using temporary traffic lights.

COVID19 update 2 June 2020

PLEASE NOTE PLAYGROUNDS INCLUDING THE SKATE PARK AND THE OUTDOOR GYM EQUIPMENT AT THE RECREATION GROUNDS REMAIN CLOSED - we will re-open as soon as we are allowed to by UK Central Government.

What can I do that I couldn’t do before?
From Monday 1 June 2020, there are a limited number of things you will be able to do in England that you could not do before:

spend time outdoors, including private gardens and other outdoor spaces, in groups of up to six people from different households, following social distancing guidelines
visit car showrooms and outdoor markets
in line with the arrangements made by your school, send your child to school or nursery if they are in early years, reception, year 1 or year 6, if you could not before
if you are an elite athlete as defined by this guidance, train and compete using the specified gyms, pools and sports facilities you need - which will, in the coming weeks, we hope enable others to watch live sport on TV
At all times, you should continue to adhere to strict social distancing guidelines when you are outside your home, particularly ensuring you are two metres away from anyone outside your household.

You cannot:

visit friends and family inside their homes
stay overnight away from your own home, except for in a limited set of circumstances, such as for work purposes
exercise in an indoor sports court, gym or leisure centre, or go swimming in a public pool
use an outdoor gym or playground
gather outdoors in a group of more than six (excluding members of your own household)

Thame foodbank covers Long Crendon

We wanted to make you aware that the Thame Foodbank covers the Long Crendon area and quite regularly makes deliveries to households in the village.

Sharing Life Trust
Lifeline: 0300 201 0212

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27 April 2020 - abandoned car

A car with registration number YH06 LGW) appears to have been abandoned in the car park beside the Pavillion. It is not taxed and the sticker in the window relates to another vehicle. This car will be removed and disposed of shortly. If this is your car, or you know who it belongs to can you please let them know.
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Does anybody recognise this dog ?

The attached file shows a healthy looking dog in the car park of the Village Library. The Parish Council are keen to find out who owns this dog. Please let the Parish Council know if you recognise it. Thank you.

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Sandy Lane Road Closure for repairs 3 April 2020 - 4 working days between 07:30 – 16:30hrs.

The Parish Clerk has received the following message today 2 April 2020.

Good morning, I am emailing to inform you that Transport for Buckinghamshire will be undertaking highway maintenance patching works to the carriageway of Sandy Lane, Long Crendon. This urgent work is being undertaken to improve the condition of the road in order to prolong its life.



The patching works are programmed to commence on Friday 3rd April 2020 and it is anticipated the work will take approximately 4 days to complete. No work will take place over the weekend.



This work will be carried out utilising a road closure in operation between 07:30 – 16:30hrs.



Due to the current pandemic we have not been able to deliver notification letters to residents as the delivery staff are in the ‘higher risk’ group. Information about the closure will be put up on our twitter account and details of the closure are also available on our website and on the roadworks.org website.



If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact me.



Kind regards,



Mary McElhinney



Countywide Schemes Delivery Co-Ordinator



Transport for Buckinghamshire



Griffin Lane Depot, Corrib Industrial Estate, Aylesbury, HP19 8BP





01296 382367

COVID19 - Distancing and staying at home

Full guidance about staying at home and staying at suitable distances from others in public places e.g. the Recreation Ground, the Allotments, The Dog Walking field, the Streets - posted 20 March 2020

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Scamming - COVID19 information

Doorstep scammers are taking advantage of the COVID-19 emergency to con elderly and vulnerable people.

There has been a rise in the number of scam complaints related to the coronavirus outbreak, according to Buckinghamshire and Surrey Trading Standards team, who are urging members of the public to be aware. Since the beginning of the month the total number of scam complaints has increased by 40%.

Latest complaints include reports of a South Buckinghamshire woman in her 80s who answered the door to a man who tried to demand £220 in cash to complete a health and safety check. Additionally, there have been widespread complaints of scammers trying to take people’s bank details to cover payments for school meals whilst the schools are closed.

Residents are also being urged to be especially wary of people offering or selling:

· Virus testing kits – these are only offered by the NHS.

· Vaccines or miracle cures – there is currently no vaccine or cure.

· Shopping or medication collection services that require payment upfront.

· Home cleaning services.

· Overpriced or counterfeit products.

Residents must also be wary of emails, texts, telephone calls and messages via social media from scammers offering refunds on taxes or bills, as these are highly prevalent.

Trading Standards have provided some helpful tips to help prevent people from becoming victims of scams:

· Don’t be pressurised into making a decision. If someone is trying to rush you or panic you, they are probably trying to scam you.

· Only purchase goods from trusted retailers.

· Be suspicious of requests for money upfront.

· Do not give your bank card or bank details to a stranger. Never write your PIN number down.

· Know who you’re dealing with – if you don’t know the person who’s offering you help then ask to be introduced by someone that you know and trust.

Gareth Williams, Buckinghamshire County Council’s Cabinet Member for Communities and Public Health, said: “I am absolutely appalled that anyone would use a time of national emergency to target vulnerable and older people. This is as low as you can get.

I’m heartened by the fantastic number of people locally who want to help others, and I’d encourage anyone looking out for their elderly and vulnerable neighbours to keep an eye and ear out for these types of scammers.”

If you have information or are worried about coronavirus related scams please contact Trading Standards. You can email trading.standards@bucksandsurreytradingstandards.gov.uk or call on 01296 388788.

Parish Council meetings suspended 25 March 2020

With immediate effect all meetings of the Parish Council will not take place in the Pavillion. Alternative arrangements for Council meetings are being worked on. Consideration is also being given to how the public can continue to participate. All of this is subject to the required legislation being passed by Parliament as currently the law does not allow Parish Council meetings to be held without the Councillors being physically present. I will issue updates when there is news on this topic. Signed Greg Lismore, Parish Clerk. 25 March 2020

2020 Local elections cancelled

The Parish Council (and other local) elections planed for May 2020 have been cancelled. the current Parish Councillors will remain in office for an additional 12 months. the legislation for this is being passed through the House of Commons. I will update residents when matters are re-arranged. Signed Greg Lismore (Parish Clerk)

COVID19 0 24 Msrch 2020

We are instructed by UK Government to close all playgrounds and outdoor gyms immediately for several weeks. The recreation ground and dog field will remain open. Please maintain appropriate separation distances. Please follow the national guidelines. Please stay at home unless absolutely necessary.

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Parish Council Elections 2020

Information - What are Local Councils information document - Long Crendon Parish Council - 2020 Elections

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Parish Council Elections 2020

INFORMATION - It takes all sorts - information document - Long Crendon Parish Council - 2020 Elections

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Parish Council Elections 2020

INFORMATION - All about Councils information document - 2020 Elections

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Parish Council Elections 2020

WANTED - Candidates for Long Crendon Parish Council - 2020 Elections

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July Council meeting re-scheduled

The Parish Council meeting scheduled for 1st July 2019 has been rescheduled to 8th July 2019 at 19:30

The Planning Committee meeting scheduled for 15th July 2019 has been rescheduled to 22nd July 2019 at 19:30

Poll Clerks needed to work at the European Parliamentary elections on Thursday 23 May 2019

Poll Clerks needed to work at the European Parliamentary elections on Thursday 23 May 2019

Aylesbury Vale District Council would like to hear from people who are available to work as a Poll Clerk at Polling Stations on Thursday 23 May 2019. The fee payable is £135.

No previous experience is required. Poll Clerks are required to work from 6.30am to 10pm. The job primarily involves marking the Register of Electors to show that electors have presented themselves to vote, and to assist the Presiding Officer with other electoral tasks on the day.

Further information on working at elections is available on the Council’s website at https://aylesburyvale.moderngov.co.uk/mgGeneric.aspx?MD=mgworkatelections . Please note, polling staff will not be required to complete an e-training session for these elections.

If you are able to work, please contact Craig Saunders at Aylesbury Vale District Council on 01296 585043 or csaunders@aylesburyvaledc.gov.uk

Parish Council meeting 1 April 2019 re-scheduled

The Parish Council meeting originally planned for Monday 1st April 2019 has been rescheduled to Monday 8th April 2019 at 19:30 in the Sports Pavillion.

Notice of Vacancy in Office of Parish Councillor

Notice is hereby given in accordance with Section 87(2) of the Local Government Act 1972 that casual vacancies have occurred in the office of Councillor for Long Crendon.This notice will expire on 19th December 2018. the Parish Council may, at their meeting on Monday 7 January 2019 fill the vacancies by co-option of suitably qualified persons. Issued by Gregory Lismore, Clerk to the Council, 30 November 2018.

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Planning Committee meeting 19 Nov 2018 is CANCELLED

The scheduled meeting of the Long Crendon Parish Council Planning Committee on Monday 19 November 2018 at 19:30 is hereby formally cancelled as there are no new cases for review. Signed: Gregory Lismore, Parish Clerk

Oct 2018 - TV Program looking for Rural Singles

TV Producer Frankie Mensah at Boundless Productions is making a second series of the BBC Two show "Love in The Countryside" and looking for rural singles who are looking for love but find it difficult to meet potential partners. We have been requested to put the attached flyer on our webpage, then if any of our parish members are interested in getting in touch with they they would have their contact details.


Frankie Mensah | Casting Producer
1 Stephen Street, London W1T 1AL
Telephone: 0207 6915673

Email: Frankie.Mensah@boundlessproductions.tv

Website: www.boundlessproductions.tv

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Notice of conclusion of audit 2018

Annual Governance & Accountability return for the year ended 31 March 2018.

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Detail (2 pages) of electors rights re accounting records

ELECTOR'S RIGHTS - Electors in the Parish of Long Crendon have the right to question the appointed auditor about the accounting records in respect of the accounts audited for the year ended March 2018.

See the attached notice for more detail on electors rights (2 pages)

If you have any queries please contact the Parish Clerk on 01844-396140 or email to longcrendonpc@gmail.com

Signed: Gregory Lismore - 1 June 2018

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ELECTOR'S RIGHTS - 1 June 2018

ELECTOR'S RIGHTS - Electors in the Parish of Long Crendon have the right to question the appointed auditor about the accounting records in respect of the accounts audited for the year ended March 2018.

See the attached notice for relevant information.

A separate notice is available on this website with more detail on electors rights (2 pages)

If you have any queries please contact the Parish Clerk on 01844-396140 or email to longcrendonpc@gmail.com

Signed: Gregory Lismore - 1 June 2018

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UPDATE 09:40 - Sewage leak in Harroell field Monday 14 May 2018

Thames Water contractors (Lanes for Drains)have been dispatched to further deal with the Sewer issue on Harroell Dog Walking Field. The main pipe has been further blocked by more fatbergs. In the meantime the manhole in the Harroell field has been coned off. Please continue to avoid the spill area and keep your pets and children away from the sewage.It has been raised as a priority 1 issue under reference 80514-950703. Thank you. Greg Lismore - Parish Clerk 01844-396140

UPDATE 18:00 - Sewage leak in Harroell field Sunday 13 May 2018

Contractors have been working all day to resolve the Sewer issue on Harroell Dog Walking Field. So far a large fatberg has been removed from the pipework and unfortunately an even larger fatberg is now totally blocking the link into the treatment plant. This will require some further specialist equipment tomorrow at the treatment plant. In the meantime the manhole in the Harroell field has been coned off. Please continue to avoid the spill area and keep your pets and children away from the sewage. Thank you. Greg Lismore - Parish Clerk 01844-396140

Sewage leak in Harroell field Sunday 13 May 2018

Please be aware that one of the Thames Water Sewer manholes on Harroell Dog Walking Field has "erupted" and liquid, poo and paper etc is flowing freely into the field and the ditch. I have just reported this to Thames Water and they say that it will be attended to before 13:00 today Sunday 13 May 2018. Please avoid the spill area and keep your pets and children away from the sewage. Thank you. Greg Lismore - Parish Clerk 01844-396140

Rectory Homes Limited development site @ Wainwrights Long Crendon

The Parish council have been informed that Rectory Homes Limited are commencing their building operations on their site at Wainwrights under planning permissions with reference 17/01488/ADP .

A detailed clarification of the working conditions is available on the AVC Planning Portal at

https://publicaccess.aylesburyvaledc.gov.uk/online-applications/files/0ACF5B9F374E7E300B9EA3B5D128204F/pdf/17_A1488_DIS-APPLICANT_CLARIFICATION_OF_CMP_AND_DELIVERY_HOLDING_AREA-1864338.pdf

For construction management related issues please call Mr. Nigel Pestell, Construction Director, Rectory Homes Limited on 01844 295361

For Public Highway issues (obstruction of the Queen's Highway) please contact the police (999 or 101 depending on urgency). If somebody has been injured please call 999 immediately and also seek medical assistance.

For any issues with Planning Permission breaches please contact AVDC Planning Enforcement on 01296-585679 or email devcon@aylesburyvaledc.gov.uk

Please refer to https://www.aylesburyvaledc.gov.uk/sites/default/files/page_downloads/ENF-how-to-make-a-complaint-DL.pdf for advice.

Pavillion Car Park close Tuesday 24 April 2018 for lining. Please co-operate.

The Long Crendon Pavillion Car Park is closed for Tuesday 24 April 2018 (from the evening before) to allow our contractors to complete white lining. Please do not move the temporary barriers. Signs have been in place for several days in the car park and on the adjacent notice board advertising the closure. Thank you.


Between 5 to 11 April 2018 - Burglary in Long Crendon - Appeal for witnesses

A recent burglary has been reported on Bicester Road, Long Crendon.

Between Thursday (05/04/2018) and Wednesday (11/04/2018) someone broke into the house, whilst the occupants were away. They have used a ladder to get into a first floor rear bathroom window.

The house has then been searched and jewellery and a gift card stolen. They appear to have left the premise by the patio doors.

PC Michael Bellamy, based at Aylesbury Police Station, is investigating this crime. Please let him know if you noticed anything suspicious in the Bicester Road area between these dates.

If you have any information please contact PC Bellamy on the 24 hour non-emergency number 101, quoting reference number 43180107520.

If you don’t want to speak to the police or give your details you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, or report it online.

Please take a moment to review your own security. Make sure garden tools are not left out, that could be used to force entry to your property. Also check that any ladders are locked and can’t be used to get into yours, or your neighbours premises.

New telephone number for PC

The telephone number to contact the Parish Council has been updated to 01844-396140 with immediate effect. (13 March 2018)

Garden Furniture stolen 2 Feb 2018

White FIAT DUCATO registration number BU51 LDX at scene of theft of garden furniture in Nappins Close Long Crendon Friday 2 February 2018 around mid-day. Please be aware and if you spot this van please exercise caution. Police have been informed.

Parish Council Meeting Postponed

Please note that the scheduled Parish Council meeting for 8th January has been postponed until 15th January.

The Council meeting will follow the planning meeting which starts at 6.30. 15th January in sports pavilion.

G Stevens.

Vacancies for Councillors

See attached notice seeking councilors to join the Parish Council.

These vacancies have occurred due to resignations.

G N Stevens
Parish Clerk

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Consultation on Thame road Speed cushion.

The Highways authority are having a consultation to propose relocating 1No Speed Cushion in the publicly maintained section of THAME ROAD, Long Crendon.

Objections or comments to be submitted by mail or e mail before 3rd December.

G Stevens

See official notice attached

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Referendum results

The Council are pleased to advise that the referendum
held on 7th September on the Neighbourhood Plan resulted in an resounding
vote in favour of Aylesbury Vale District Council using the Long Crendon Neighbourhood Plan
to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area.

The Council thanks and congratulates all those who came out to vote on the plan.

Attached is the official referendum result from Mr Bill Ashton the Deputy Counting Officer showing 631 votes in favour and 48 votes not in favour.

The Coucil wishes to express it's grateful thanks to the members of the Steering Group for their dedication and hard work on the creation of the Neighbourhood Plan.

G N Stevens
Parish Clerk

Choir singing

Join the choir for "SING IN THE VALE."

The attached gives full information and contact details.

G Stevens
Parish Clerk

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REFERENDUM RESULTS

The Council are pleased to advise that the referendum
held on 7th September on the Neighbourhood Plan resulted in an resounding
vote in favour of Aylesbury Vale District Council using the Long Crendon Neighbourhood Plan
to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area.

The Council thanks and congratulates all those who came out to vote on the plan.

Attached is the official referendum result from Mr Bill Ashton the Deputy Counting Officer showing 631 votes in favour and 48 votes not in favour.

The Coucil wishes to express it's grateful thanks to the members of the Steering Group for their dedication and hard work on the creation of the Neighbourhood Plan.

G N Stevens
Parish Clerk

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Gladman's appeal decision. Dismissed

Appeal decision 3142524

The decision of the Inspector appointed by the Secretary of State For Communities and Local Government for land adjacent to 80 Chilton Road is attached for your information.

The appeal was dismissed.

G Stevens
Parish Clerk

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Marie Curie Volunteers needed.

The group require assistance for their fund raising program.
See attached request for full details.

G Stevens
Parish Clerk

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Cancelled Planning Meeting 21st August 2017

Please note that the planning meeting scheduled for 21st August
has been cancelled.

G N Stevens
Parish Clerk

Voters Guide for the Referendum

The attached general information for voters document from A V D C is for the assistance of voters for the referendum to be held on Thursday 7th September 2017.

G stevens.
Parish Clerk

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Neighbourhood Plan adoption referendum

The referendum will be held on 7th September.
The notice below advises on ensuring you are registered to vote on the adoption of the Long Crendon Neighbourhood Plan.

G Stevens
Parish Clerk

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Neighbourhood Plan Referendum

Please note the attached notice from the counting officer advising of registration procedure to ensure you can vote on 7th September on the question "adoption on the Long Crendon Neighbourhood Plan"

G Stevens
Parish Clerk

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Long Crendon Parish Neighbourhood Plan for referendum on 7th September 2017.

Attached is the final version (post examination) of the Neighbourhood Plan.
The attached Plan will now go to referendum on 7th September for voters to consider.

G Stevens
Parish Clerk
14th July 2017

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Examiner's report on the Long Crendon Neighbourhood Plan

Attached is the final report from the Examiner's on the neighbourhood plan.

It is submitted by "Intellegent Plans and Examinations"

G Stevens
Parish Clerk
14th July 2017

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Compliance Statement Long Crendon Neighbourhood Plan

Attached is the Compliance Statement pursuant to the Neighbourhood Planning (referendum)regulations 2012

G Stevens
Parish Clerk
14th July 2017

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AVDC Officer's Report on Long Crendon Neighbourhood Plan

Attached is the report from
A V D C officers on the neighbourhood plan (delegated report and decision)

G Stevens
Parish Clerk
14th July 2017

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Long Crendon Neighbourhood Plan

The attached general information for voters document from A V D C is for the assistance of voters for the referendum to be held on Thursday 7th September 2017.

G stevens.
Parish Clerk
14th July 2017

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Parish Neighbourhood Plan

Message from the Chairman on the progress and imminent referendum on the parish Neighbourhood Plan.

Please read attached "Message from the Chairman"

G Stevens
Parish Clerk

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Fund raising Circus event for the school.

This will be an enjoyable family outing on 9th September.

The full details are attached.

G Stevens
July 2017

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Neighbourhood Plan Referendum

Attached is an important document for all residents to note carefully. The circular gives advice to Campaigners and Parish Councillors on publicity, expenditure limits and Purdah.

Both Campaigners or Groups and the Parish Council must comply on expenditure limitations, publicity restrictions and the PURDAH rules.

The attached document covers the detailed explanations.

G N Stevens
Parish Clerk
July 10th 2017

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community and emergency Day

Join a day out at the
Buckinghamshire Railway Centre
for a fun filled family day out with your local Emergency Services and charities.

See attached for full details

G S

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Dogs on allotment site

The decision to allow dogs on the allotments has been challenged and a procedural error was indeed made in passing the decisions. Six months must elapse before a decision may be changed.

Attached is a resolution which will rectify the error and Councillors must pass it at our next Parish Council meeting on 3rd July.

The reasons for this are shown at the bottom of the attached resolution.

The dogs on allotments issue
will be reviewed and firmly decided at the planning meeting on 17th July

G Stevens
Parish Clerk

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Public rights dates for viewing

Attached is the official notice announcing the rights of the public/residents to view the accounts to be audited for year ended March 2017. The documents will be available from 19th June to 28th July 2017.

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meeting to discuss Planning App for WAINWRIGHTS

Please note an informal meeting will be held at 6 PM on Monday 5th June to discuss the application for the 19 dwellings on the land off Wainwrights.

The venue will be the Sports pavilion in Chearsley Road.

G Stevens
Parish Clerk

Vacancy for Councillors

Three Parish Councillors have recently resigned.The Council wishes to fill these vacancies as soon as possible.

Please see the attached notice in respect of applications.

The Councillors meet twice per month to address council and planning matters.

G Stevens
Parish Clerk

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Elections 4th May 2017

Elections for a County Councillor
on Thursday 4th May for the Bernwood seat.
See attached for list of candidates.

G Stevens

Parish Clerk

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ANNUAL PARISH MEETING

Dear Residents,

The annual parish Meeting is a meeting where the Council covers what it has done in the year and what it plans for the future.

residents are encouraged to attend and raise any issue concerning the village for discussion with Councillors.

The Chairman presents a report for the year and comments on future activities.

Attached is the agenda covering the usual items for discussion.

Please try to attend and raise any issues that concern you.

G Stevens
Parish Clerk

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Vacancy for Parish Clerk/Responsible financial Officer

As the Parish Clerk will be retiring shortly we need to fill the post.
Please see attached summarised advert giving the necessary details.

G Stevens

Parish Clerk
April 2017

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Long Crendon Parish Neighbourhood Plan submitted

The Long Crendon Parish Neighbourhood Plan has been submitted to A V D C for formal examination The plan will be examined over the next six weeks and then it will come back to the village for the referendum.

Attached is the LONG CRENDON PARISH NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN SUBMISSION FINAL Six of six documents informing the plan.

G Stevens
Parish Clerk

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Long Crendon Parish Neighbourhood Plan submitted

The Long Crendon Parish Neighbourhood Plan has been submitted to A V D C for formal examination The plan will be examined over the next six weeks and then it will come back to the village for the referendum.

Attached is the CONSULTATION STATEMENT. Five of six documents informing the plan.

G Stevens
Parish Clerk

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Long Crendon Parish Neighbourhood Plan submitted

The Long Crendon Parish Neighbourhood Plan has been submitted to A V D C for formal examination The plan will be examined over the next six weeks and then it will come back to the village for the referendum.

Attached is the STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT(SEA) Report four of six documents informing the plan.

G Stevens

Parish Clerk

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Long Crendon Parish Neighbourhood Plan submitted

The Long Crendon Parish Neighbourhood Plan has been submitted to A V D C for formal examination The plan will be examined over the next six weeks and then it will come back to the village for the referendum.

Attached is the BASIC CONDITIONS STATEMENT. Report three of six documents informing the plan.

G Stevens

Parish Clerk

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Long Crendon Parish Neighbourhood Plan submitted

The Long Crendon Parish Neighbourhood Plan has been submitted to A V D C for formal examination The plan will be examined over the next six weeks and then it will come back to the village for the referendum.

Attached is the LOCAL GREEN SPACE AND LANDSCAPE STUDY REPORT. Report two of six documents informing the plan.

G Stevens

Parish Clerk

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Long Crendon Parish Neighbourhood Plan submitted

The Long Crendon Parish Neighbourhood Plan has been submitted to A V D C for formal examination The plan will be examined over the next six weeks and then it will come back to the village for the referendum.

Attached is the SITE ASSESSMENT REPORT. Report One of six documents informing the plan.

G Stevens

Parish Clerk

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Long Crendon Parish Neighbourhood Plan

Attached is the latest news on the plan for residents information dated 6th March 2017.

G S

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JUNIOR MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL

The Parish Council are wishing to appoint A junior member to serve on the Council. Any Youth Between 16 and 18 who may be interested in joining the Council on an advisory/ training basis serving the community should apply.

Please contact the Parish Council's Chairman Mr R Willis
on 01844-208837.

G Stevens
Parish Clerk

Neighbourhood Plan

Dear Residents,

Please note the submission of the plan has been delayed from 20th January to the end of January.This is due to feedback from one of the statutory bodies being delayed and will now only be received on 20th January.

G Stevens

Street Lights Repair

Please note that the street lights in the village belong to the Parish Council.

We are responsible for repairs and maintenance of the street lights and pay for the electricity consumption.
Please contact the Parish Clerk on 01844-208007 0r e nail longcrendonpc@btinternet.com.

I will add it to my list and have it repaired when we next call out the contractor to do repairs.

All the best for 2017.

G Stevens
Parish Clerk

Long Crendon Neighbourhood Plan

Attached is the update on the plan as at 19th December 2016.

G S

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Presentation at Public meeting 2nd November 2016

As promised at the public meeting last night (2nd November)attached are the slides shown in the presentation of the Neighbourhood Plan.

Thanks to those who attended and contributed to the plan.

G Stevens
Parish Clerk

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PRE SUBMISSION NEIGHBOUR PLAN DOCUMENT

Pre submission Neighbourhood Plan

This is the culmination of well over a year's work in preparing the Neighbourhood Plan.

Further to our notification to residents regarding the public meeting, on 2nd November, to present the above plan, we attached the plan for your information.

Please do attend the session on 2nd November.

G Stevens
Parish Clerk

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Pre submission Neighbourhood Plan

Please see the attached notice advising of the start and end dates for the 6 week consultation period on the pre submission Neighbourhood plan

G Stevens
Parish Clerk

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LONG CRENDON NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN.


IMPORTANT NOTICE FROM YOUR PARISH COUNCIL.

Our draft Neighbourhood Plan is now complete.
It will be presented to the village on Wednesday 2nd November at Long Crendon primary school, Chilton Road at 7.30pm.
Please hold the date.

The pre submission plan is on this website for your information.
G Stevens
Parish Clerk

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Neighbouhood Plan

LONG CRENDON NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN.
IMPORTANT NOTICE FROM YOUR PARISH COUNCIL.

Our draft Neighbourhood Plan is now complete.
It will be presented to the village on Wednesday 2nd November at Long Crendon primary school, Chilton Road at 7.30pm.
Please hold the date.


G Stevens
Parish Clerk

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