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Aspenden Village D-Day Commemoration Events

Aspenden Village D-Day Commemoration Events
Thursday 6th June 2024
D-Day 80th Anniversary Commemoration
Hosted by St Marys Church Aspenden and Aspenden Parish Council
St Marys Church Aspenden
7.30pm
Refreshments
7.40pm – 8.40pm
Ringing of the church bells – ‘Ringing out for Peace’
9.15pm – 9.25pm
Lighting of the ‘Lamp Light of Peace’ and Commemoration at the War Memorial

Aspenden Annual Parish Meeting

The Aspenden ANNUAL PARISH MEETING will be held on Tuesday 21st May 2024 at 7.00pm in The Fox.
Everyone is welcome to attend.

Playground equipment

Flooding on Children’s Playground

Aspenden Parish Council is very aware of the ongoing flooding on and around the site of the Children’s Playground.
We are currently looking at drainage solutions and hope to be able to remedy the problem.
We apologise to disappointed users and hope they will be able to enjoy the playground again soon.

Buntingford Festival Choir

Buntingford Festival Choir is looking for enthusiastic and capable singers in all four parts – Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass.
Please see the attached poster for further information and to register your interest, please email

HUG Save Enery Stay Warm

Save £££ on your energy bill – please see attached poster for information.

Casual Vacancy on Parish Council

Notice is hereby given that a casual vacancy has arisen in the Office of Parish Councillor for the Parish Council.
 

Buntingford Parkside Consultation (Land West of A10)

Hallam Land Management is bring forward a planning application for the development of Buntingford, Parkside.
The site comprises 89 hectares of land to the west of Buntingford, adjacent to the A10.
Please see the attached PDF for details of the in-person drop in event on Wednesday 31st January 2024 and further information on the development proposals.

Winter 2023 Cost of Living Resources

Have your say on Hertfordshire County Council’s budget spending (2024-25)

Hertfordshire County Council have published their draft budget for the next financial year. They plan to spend over £1billion on services touching the lives of everyone in Hertfordshire but also need to tackle shortfalls in funding to deliver a balanced budget.
They are now seeking the views of people who live and work in Hertfordshire on their plans and invite them to share their feedback by completing their survey.