Milton Keynes Citizen’s Advice on Scamming

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Please follow the link by clicking here to view the advice on scamming.

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Historical thought for the day, for anyone interested in local governance and local history:

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The Parish Council meets again next week, to discuss Parish Council matters. At the next meeting the minutes of the last meeting will be adopted, either with or without minor amendments. At the last meeting it was on the agenda to discuss writing to The Parks Trust to ask them to repair the banks of the Loughton Brook. In the minutes of the meeting held at 6:30pm on Thursday 21 February 1894, held in the Loughton School classroom, it is written:

“Mr Cartwright Proposed and Mr Kitchener seconded ‘That steps be taken to straighten Loughton Brook beyond Loughton Green with the view of preventing the floods in this neighbourhood.’ Carried. Mr Punter did not vote.

Mr Cartwright propd. And Mr Kitchener seconded that the riparian owners, Mr Francis and the Stony Stratford Pavement Charity Trustees, be approached with a view to putting the above resolution in force. Carried. Mr Punter did not vote.”

It seems ownership of the Brook has always been complicated! Also, I wonder why Mr Punter did not vote? (please excuse any errors in transcription)

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Junctions 13-16 on the M1 upgrade:

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Please click here to view when the road closures will occur at night.

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The Community Centre in Great Holm was in use yesterday serving the residents as a Polling Station:

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The Practical Task Force conducted a litter pick around Lodge Lake for The Parks Trust last week, and collected over 72kilos of rubbish.

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Also, The Parks Trust have informed the Parish Council work to the Trim Trail will re-commence this week.

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Consultation into the car club vehicle rental scheme

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Please follow the link by clicking here to access the consultation.

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HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Kent.

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Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh 1921 - 2021

It is with sadness that we acknowledge the death of HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

On account of anti-covid transmission regulations, the book of condolences is online only. Please click here to follow the link.

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Dog fouling pilate scheme request for feedback

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All residents, The Parish Council trialled a dog warden patrol scheme through the month of March 2021, and now seeks feedback into the efficacy of the project.

The Parish Council would be grateful for a response and so please click here to answer a very quick survey.

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Waste and Recycling notice from MKC:

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For more info see below:

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Horseshoe Walk in Great Holm tree management work:

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Great Holm residents – the tree inspector at MKC has informed the Parish Council that, regarding the Scots Pine trees at the Horseshoe Walk, some of them have been cut down now as they were causing subsidence to nearby properties. More will be felled in the autumn/winter as part of an MKC landscaping project, and will be replaced with smaller, more appropriate shrubs for the walk. Some of the oaks and more pines will be felled in order to retain the best specimens and best plant up the understorey. It will look worse before it gets better! If further info is forthcoming it will be posted here.

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