Draft Notes of Parish Council Meeting – 28 November

Chairman’s Announcements:  The CDC Peer Challenge had been held on 14 November at which Chairman Diane Bratt had spoken.
The CDC Parish Liaison Meeting had been held on 8 November
It was noted that a complaint submitted to the Information Commissioner’s Office by Mr N Davies about a possible data protection breach by the PC had not been upheld.
Open Forum:  Matters arising in the Open Forum included problems with aggressive dogs on the Lucy Plackett Playing Field and also the recovery of costs relating to the Judicial Review.  It was noted that this was a process that would take some time.

St Mary’s Church Bellringers

The sound of church bells ringing on Sundays and for special occasions is part of English life. We have eight lovely bells in the Adderbury church but to keep them ringing we need some new ringers to join the existing band.

Working For Adderbury Community: Heard it all before – this time it’s for real.

Working For Adderbury Community (WFAC) met on Wednesday night for the group’s Inaugural Annual General Meeting. At the well attended meeting the group adopted their constitution and elected trustees Andy Green (Chair), Jackie Head (Vice-Chair), Kate Gibbins (Secretary), Pam Haynes (Treasurer) and from Adderbury Parish Council Councillors Keith Mitchell, Martin Rye and Chris Shallis.

The group is now calling for other interested villagers to get involved and help create the vision.

Victims First Facebook Page

The Police and Crime Commissioner’s new initiative Victims First now has a Facebook page to keep people up to date on information, advice and support for victims of crime www.facebook.com/victimsfirstTV/ Victims First is a website www.victims-first.org.uk which has advice on what to do and how to get help if you’ve been a victim of crime, including information on […]