Eaton Bray Parish Council
Minutes of 2nd June 2014
Below is a summary of the minutes of the Eaton Bray Parish Council Meeting of 2nd June 2014.
A full version can be downloaded in Adobe Acrobat format (PDF):
Summary of Minutes - 2nd June 2014
Central Beds Council (CBC)
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|CRIME REPORT||Recorded Crime|
|Other Notifiable Offences||0||0||n/a|
|Comment: There has been 1x Anti-Social Behaviour incident relating to a drunk male walking around the village and park on School Lane, when an officer arrived there was no one there.|
News from the team
- (2.1) Beds Police are looking at starting a SPEED WATCH in the village. They need a minimum of 4 members at any 1 time to go out and take number plates of speeding vehicles and pass over to your local police team. Correct training with be given to go out and do SPEED WATCH.
- (2.2) Concerns were raised with regarding to problem cars parking on verges, directly in front of driveways; a major cause for concern is around the junction with the High Street/Wallace Drive. BP agreed to speak to the local business asking them to remind their patrons to park their cars with due care and attention. All agreed.
- (2.3) Vehicle crime, visit the following link where you can find some crime prevention advice - Vehicle Crime Advice [PDF]
- (2.4) If you wish to contact your Local Policing Team then please call 01582 473411 or email LPT.LeightonBuzzardLinslade&[email protected]
All information is confidential and no names will be disclosed. Please remember if you need to contact the Police: Non–emergency call 101 / All emergencies 999
Amendment To Cemetery Regulations
The Parish Council agreed to the following addition to the Cemetery Regulations "... the displaying of mementos of any kind should be confined to the stated boundary of the burial/ashes plot and should not encroach on the surrounding area, i.e. fences, hedges etc." A copy of the regulations is available to view on the council website.
Once again the Parish Council wishes to remind residents that they need to ensure their hedges/bushes/trees do not encroach onto the public footpath and are cut back to their property boundary line, allowing free access for footpath users. CUT IT BACK!.
St. Maryís Cillage Carnival, Saturday 5th July 2014
Donít forget, Eaton Bray Parish Council will be present at the St. Maryís Village Carnival on Saturday 5th July 2014. Please do take the time to visit us.
Next Council Meeting
Monday 7th July 2014, 7.30pm, in the Coffee Tavern.
The Parish Clerk can be contacted using the details shown on the Eaton Bray Parish Council home page.