ASHELDHAM & DENGIE PARISH COUNCIL

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The Members of the Parish Council wish to express their deep sadness at the passing of the Duke of Edinburgh

and their thoughts are with the Royal Family at this sad time.

Due to the current Covid-19 situation, the Royal Family has requested that flowers are not laid, but if you so wish to send that money to a charity

of your choice as the Duke of Edinburgh would have very much approved of this.

There is an on-line Book of Condolence to ensure that the guidelines of Covid-19 are adhered to and keep everyone safe.

 

The next meeting to be held on 10th May 2021 at 6.30 p.m. will be back in Dengie Village Hall, Manor Road, Dengie.

We look forward to seeing you there, please wear a face covering and observe the current guidelines.

All surfaces will be wiped before and after the meeting, please also register your name and telephone number with the Clerk only to be used in the

event that there is a case of Covid-19 within 10 days of the meeting.


Please email the Parish Clerk on Asheldham_dengiepc@yahoo.co.uk to request an invitation to the meeting is sent to you.

 

A list of future virtual meetings can be find under Schedule of meetings

 

 

BRADWELL B STAGE ONE CONSULTATION - PARISH COUNCIL RESPONSE (see Planning - Bradwell B Stage One)

Information relating to Covid 19 can be found under News and gives links to Maldon District Council and Essex County Council and the Government.

 

Please keep safe and well and observe the Government Guidelines and Stay Alert!

 

 

 

 Residents are encouraged to join the meeting, where they can raise issues of concern under the Agenda heading "Public Forum"

Click here for Asheldham & Dengie Parish Council Facebook page link

 

  If a resident wishes to have any matter discussed at a Parish Council meeting

please contact a councillor or the clerk directly at least 6 working days before

the meeting in order for the matter to be included on the agenda or you can bring up during the Agenda item Public Forum and

the matter can be looked into or can then be raised as an Agenda item for the next meeting.