Notices of election polls 2019

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Loughton and Great Holm Parish Council

notice of Parish Council poll for Loughton ward with list of candidates

Notice of Parish Council poll for Great Holm ward with list of candidates

Milton Keynes Council

Notice of Borough election poll for Shenley and Loughton with list of candidates

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V4 Pedestrian Crossings

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Milton Keynes Council has written to the Parish Council to provide you with information about the construction of the new underpass between Whitehouse and Two Mile Ash on the V4, Watling Street. This scheme is part of the Western Expansion Area (WEA) pedestrian crossings. It is anticipated that the construction works will commence on the week of 13 May until December 2019. This is a major engineering project with many major services and utilities which will be required to be diverted. Anglian Water will also be constructing a new pipeline along the V4 from the H3 to H4. MKCouncil are also working with L&Q Estates (previously known as Gallagher Estates) to support the next phase of Western Expansion Area. To enable all of these works, the road between Crownhill roundabout (H4) and Fairfields roundabout (H3) will be closed during this period. The current redway between this stretch will also be diverted. These will be reviewed throughout the works to minimise any disruption. MKCouncil will be holding roadshows, where residents can come and see plans and ask any questions. These will be held at the following venues:

Friday 3 May 2019 14.30- 16.30 Whitehouse School
Wednesday 8 May 2019 14:30-16:30 Two Mile Ash School
Thursday 9 May 2019 14:30-16:30 Hilltops Medical Centre
Saturday 11 May 2019 10.00-12.00 Sainsbury’s, Shenley Church End

Further updates of the construction programme and plans will be published on this webpage www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/v4crossings

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Police Community Forum

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Police Community Forum

Come and have your say at the forum for residents of Shenley Church End, Crownhill, Grange Farm, Medbourne, Great Holm, Loughton, Shenley Wood, Oakhill and Oxley Park.

Saturday 13th April 2019 from 3.00pm – 4.00pm

At Oxley Park Community Centre, Redgrave Drive, Oxley Park. MK4 4TA

PS Kate Storey and PC Al Nisbit will be there to listen to your views.

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Annual Parish meeting 2019

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Annual Parish Meeting

Loughton and Great Holm Parish Council invites all residents to an annual Parish meeting. 

Date: Monday 8th April 2019
Time: 7.30pm
Venue: Great Holm Community Centre, Kensington Drive, Great Holm.

This year’s Parish Meeting includes:

  • Parish Council report on its activities in the past year and a Q&A with the Chair
  • hear from some of the groups who use the Community Centre
  • Dance performance by local dance group Sivapatha Natyalaya
  • See the newly refurbished Great Holm Community Centre
  • Meet the new team and find out how to hire the Centre
  • Hear from Barry Ashley of ‘The Grumpy Cook’ about his plans to  open a new community café at the Pavilion at Loughton Sports Ground in the summer of 2019
  • Informal social opportunity to meet Ward and Parish Councillors and other local residents

A special thank you to “The Grumpy Cook” for the refreshments. 

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Free Play at Easter with Football sessions

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The Parish Council is funding free play and football sessions over the Easter holidays. No need to book, just turn up and enjoy the fun.

For MK Dons please click this link.

Football sessions for all ages will be run at Loughton sports ground at 2.00pm on:

10th April

17th April

For Milton Keynes Play Association (MKPA) please click this link.

There will be free play sessions as follows:

Loughton Sports Ground at 2.00pm on Thursday 11 April and Monday 15th April

Playing Field, Great Holm Community Centre at 2.00pm on Friday 12th April and Tuesday 16th April

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Elections Information 2nd May 2019

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For the notice of the Milton Keynes Borough Council election 2019 click this link

For the notice of the Loughton and Great Holm Parish Council election 2019 click this link

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Parish Council Election 2019

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Loughton and Great Holm Parish Council delivers services for the local area like the dog waste bins service, providing allotments, improving on the landscaping and environment, and running the Great Holm Community Centre and the sports ground and Pavilion in Loughton for the benefit of local residents. The Parish Council also helps residents to have a voice about local issues like planning applications and development.

Could you get involved as a community leader? If you are involved and care about community issues you could help by representing people, finding out what the community needs, decision making and monitoring the services in the public interest. It is a voluntary role that may take up 2-3 hours per week.

To be eligible to stand you need to be:

  • UK or Commonwealth citizen; or be a citizen of the Republic of Ireland; or be a citizen of another Member State of the European Union
  • Be at least 18 years old
  • Be an elector of the local council;
  •  or in the past 12 months occupied land or other premises in the area the local council serves (as owner or tenant);
  • or work in the area local council serves (as your principal or only place of work);
  • or live within three miles of the local council boundary.

Notice of the election will be made on 22/03/19 and your nomination can be submitted between 3-12 April 2019.

Want to know more? Please contact the Parish Clerk, Bev Field (details below) for an informal chat or contact the elections officer for a nomination pack at Milton Keynes Council on 01908 252529 or pamela.loose@milton-keynes.gov.uk

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Have you registered to vote in the local elections on May 2nd 2019?

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Go to www.gov.uk/register-to-vote

Fill in your name, address, date of birth and a few other details. You’ll also need your national insurance number, which can be found on your national insurance card, or in official paperwork such as payslips, or letters about benefits or tax credits.
You will receive a letter from Milton Keynes Council to confirm that you are registered or if you need to provide further information.
To find out more visit Your Vote Matters information provided by Gov.UK

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Fred Roche travel and study award

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Announcing the Fred Roche Travel and Study Awards

Milton Keynes Community Foundation is excited to invite applications for The Fred Roche Travel and Study Awards! There are three £500 awards to support students who are studying horticulture, landscape design, architecture, urban design or arboriculture. The Travel Awards are sponsored by The Fred Roche Foundation, The Parks Trust and an anonymous donor.

Two of the awards are for students to broaden their subject knowledge through travel, in the UK or abroad, during the summer break and The Parks Trust sponsored award is for applicants who would like to apply for an award to help in their studies through the purchase of specific equipment or to fund other general training opportunities that could help to enhance their career.

Who can apply?In order to apply, you must be between the ages of 18 and 25 on 1 June 2019 and be connected to Milton Keynes. You should have an interest in pursuing a career or further study in horticulture, landscape design, architecture, urban design or arboriculture.

Growing Local TalentThe Fred Roche Foundation was created to keep the MK spirit of creative exploration, innovation and strength of vision alive, and to celebrate the life and achievements of Fred Roche who played such a seminal role in the creation of the City. Their aim is to stimulate creative discussion and debate around subjects that are critical to the character and vitality of Milton Keynes and to foster respect for the great urban development and achievement the New City represents. With this in mind, MK Community Foundation will ask that the successful applicants to share a visual report, blog and/or vlog, describing their travels or educational investment so that their story can be shared with a wider audience and encourage more awareness of the importance of studying horticulture, landscape design, architecture, urban design or arboriculture.

Timeline

Deadline for completed applications is Friday 22nd March 2019
Applications will be reviewed by the MK Community Foundation panel and the winner will be announced on their website on Friday 5 April 2019.

How to apply
Applicants should submit an application form which includes a brief statement (one side of A4) about how they would use the Award to expand their education should they be successful. Submit your completed applications to applications@mkcommunityfoundation.co.uk 

If you have any questions or would like a form posted to you, please contact the Philanthropy Team on 01908 690276

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road closures

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The following roads have planned repairs. Please click the links to see the detail provided by Milton Keynes Council:


Church lane, Loughton                                                                                  https://roadworks.org/?tm=112648622

School lane, Loughton                                                                                   https://roadworks.org/?tm=112648639

Leys Road, Loughton                                                                                      https://roadworks.org/?tm=112648659

Redland Drive, Loughton                                                                              https://roadworks.org/?tm=112648700

Ashpole Furlong, Loughton                                                                         https://roadworks.org/?tm=112648815

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