Community Infant School
Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 28th August 2014 7:30pm
The next meeting of Haddenham Parish Council is on Monday 1st September. It is likely to be a lively and interesting gathering, as councillors will be discussing the feedback they have received from local residents in response to the recently published draft Dog Control orders.
Clerk to the Parish Council, Sue Gilbert, has recently captured all the feedback in a single document and that document is now in the public domain. It makes for fascinating reading — but be warned: the issue has raised a great deal of comment and the document is 47 pages long!
You can view the feedback now by clicking on the PDF file beneath the image
Haddenham Parish Council meets in the Walter Rose Room, in the village hall, commencing at 7.30pm. Your website editor suspects that the usual venue may not be large enough on this particular occasion.
Please remember that local residents are permitted to observe the meeting, but cannot participate directly. The Chairman will invite questions or comments once the formal business of the Council has concluded.
See you at the meeting!
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