to the official website of the Parish Council of Ashby St
Mary in Norfolk.
not only the records of the Parish Council's proceedings,
but also more information about Ashby St Mary including its
features, history and much more. The Parish Council
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LATEST PARISH COUNCIL NEWS
(This replaces the update of 29th November 2018 - To
view previous updates, click HERE)
NOTICE - Parish council meetings
are now held on Tuesdays instead of Thursdays
QUICK LOOK AT WHAT'S IN THIS RELEASE:
- The confirmed minutes for the council meeting
(20th September 2018) have been published. The draft
minutes for the meeting of 22nd November will be
published when received - see below
- All 2019 parish council meeting dates have been
determined - see below
- An account of Ashby's Harvest Supper appears in
the Gallery section of the HISTORY page
- See the CHURCH page for pictures of Ashby
church featuring one of the iconic WW1 centenary
- The separate page dedicated to Ashby St Mary Church
has now been created. Read more about it below
- Parish rainfall figures have been updated
Please take note of the REMINDERS
(if any) shown below the Latest News Section.
LATEST NEWS Next Parish Council meeting The next meeting is due to be held at the
Ashby & Thurton Village Hall on TUESDAY
19 MARCH 2019 commencing at 7.30 p.m. The
draft agenda appears below and is therefore subject
2019 meeting dates are -
All TUESDAYS : 15 January, 19 March, APM 16 April,
AGM 14 May, 16 July, 17 September and 19 November.
Parish Council Meeting Minutes When published, the draft minutes of the
last (22nd November 2018) meeting will appear
in the HERE link on the MANAGEMENT
confirmed minutes of the 20th September meeting
will be found in the 2018 minutes link
on the same page.
The latest correspondence, accounts and planning
document has also been published on the MANAGEMENT
New CHURCH webpage The new CHURCH page has been created due
to the amount of detail that has been learnt about
Ashby church's graveyard. As a result
it contains the page contains its own dedicated
Gravestone and Memorials section. The gravestones
and memorials have not only been been researched
but pictured as well. This new section is almost
ready for publishing.
Messages from the Ashby & Thurton Village Hall
Management Committee 100 Club winners
- Recent 100 Club winners are -
- The Hog Roast night held on Saturday 25th November
in aid of hall funds raised £834.
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ST MARY PARISH COUNCIL
NEXT MEETING -
Parish Council Meeting at the Ashby St
Mary & Thurton Village Hall on TUESDAY 15 JANUARY
2019 at 7.30 p.m.
D R A F T A G E N D A
2. Declaration of Business and Pecuniary Interest
3. Minutes of the meeting held on 22nd November
4. Matters Arising from the minutes of 22nd November
5. Correspondence - tabled separately
6. Finance – tabled separately
7. Planning Applications – tabled separately
8. Report from Representative on Village Hall Management
10. Neighbourhood Security and Heating Oil Syndicate
11. Public Consultation including reports from County
and District Councillors
12. Other Matters for future agendas and items for
13. Date of next meeting
The Press and Public are warmly invited to attend
Parish Clerk: Jayne Casey
Parish Office: 1 Hill House, Mill Road, Ashby St
Mary, Norfolk NR14 7BN
Tel 01508 480162
Email: email@example.com Website:
(All Council Meeting Minutes are available to be
accessed from the Management
page. The Correspondence, Accounts and Planning
list for this meeting can be found in the appropriate
section on the Management page. All Council Meeting
Minutes can be inspected at any reasonable time
by appointment with the Clerk.)
Unless stated otherwise, all parish council meetings
commence at 7.30 p.m. and now take place on Tuesdays. All meetings are of course available
for the public to attend.
Latest News Until otherwise advised all Latest News
will appear on this Home page so make a note to
check it regularly. For speedier access in the future
why not add the link to this Home page to the Favourites
folder of your Internet Browser? Latest News
for approximately the previous 12 months from the
date of the Update above can be found in Latest
News Archive on the Management page.
ASHBY ST MARY PARISH
COUNCIL PUBLIC NOTICES
In line with statutory provisions, formal notice
of forthcoming Parish Council meeting agendas, latest
meeting minutes for public view and every parish
election are displayed on each of the Council's
three noticeboards - at the junction of Mill Road
and Mill Common; the junction of Sandy Lane and
Spong Lane; and close to the junction of Chapel
Lane and Chapel Road.
DIARY (including other Meetings or Events
held in the Parish or that may interest Ashby St
- FUTURE PARISH
COUNCIL MEETNG DATES
2019 dates are all on Tuesdays - 15 January, 19
March, APM 16 April, AGM 14 May, 16 July, 17 September
and 19 November.
Unless otherwise stated, all Parish Council meetings
take place at Ashby & Thurton Village Hall commencing
at 7.30 p.m.
to show the location of the hall. Always check
Latest News for advice of meeting date/time changes.
- ASHBY ST MARY FUNDRAISERS
There are currently no / no other Ashby St Mary
fundraising activities or announcements concerning
Ashby St Mary which the Parish Council has been
requested to advertise.
ASHBY HEATING OIL
you use Domestic Heating Oil? If so, why not join
the Ashby Heating Oil Syndicate?
It’s free to join and you could make real
· Your parish council has set up the Ashby
Heating Oil Syndicate.
· The Ashby Heating Oil Syndicate makes worthwhile
savings for residents after compiling a bulk order.
· It works! The syndicate’s bulk order
regularly saves 2 – 4p per litre over a typical
1000 litres amount.
· Come and join the increasing number of
residents who have already benefited.
· This is a free parish service.
· Like to know more? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
for a fact-sheet.
- This is an Ashby St Mary Parish Council initiative
for serving the local community.
RECOMMENDED - A useful site that includes oil price
trends between one week and five years ago can be
ASHBY HOMEWATCH / ASHBY WEBSITE UPDATE SERVICE
Ashby's Homewatch service is provided free and is
available to any resident.
For more information, please go to the HOMEWATCH
page on this website.
The Ashby Website Update service is also included
as part of its free service and is available to
any Ashby resident.
If you know an Ashby resident who you think should
join this free information service, why not tell
them about it?
All that is needed is for the recipient to email
a handfl of details.
The Parish Council's homewatch representative does
the rest - keeping residents informed when a Police
Connect alert message affecting our area has been
received, when our parish has been updated, plus
occasional news of the Ashby Heating Oil Syndicate.
Messages are usually issued once per month. For
full details look on the HOMEWATCH page.
This is a free parish service.
Contact the webmaster (click on the Contact Us tab
near the top of this page) for a fact-sheet.
This another Ashby St Mary initiative for serving
the local community.
Ashby Broadband Speed Test In a bid by the parish council to assist
the Better Broadband campaign for rural Norfolk,
Ashby residents are asked to test their broadband
download speed. Residents undertook tests in 2015
- but we need more! If you live
in Ashby and are willing to help for the first time
(or to check your speed again) just carry out the
very simple test following steps 1 - 4.
1. Click on this website link http://www.speedtest.net/
(For consistency only this site
is being used)
2. When the speedtest page opens, click only on
'Begin Test'. (Suggestion - ignore any other messages
inviting you to do a computer check or other function) 3. Wait a minute or so until the short
test has finished. This will have occurred when
you see the figures stop measuring 'Download' and
4 Make a note of the 'Download' figure, the time
you did the test and email the details HERE
For your interest the last reported download speed
test figure achieved by a resident in July 2017
was 15.3 Mbps, and Upload speed 1.0 Mbps. This may
have improved following the upgrade via the new
BT cabinet at the Chapel Road/Chapel Lane junction.
Ashby St Mary Cricket Club Details about the club,
and any other information provided by it, can be
found on the Handbook page.
When issued, a fixture list for the current season
will be found on the Handbook page.
For those interested, the Club has a Facebook page.