Legacy Grant – Public Meeting No 2 – Thursday 11th February 7:30pm

Hi there,

You are invited to a Zoom meeting.
When: Feb 11, 2021 07:30 PM London

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Legacy Grant and Nature Networks Survey

Email Address for Correspondence about the Project

The Survey is now open:

Survey Link:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Legacy Grant Application

Public Meeting Nature Networks

The Legacy Grant Application for 2021 is based around the Orchard, the woodland habitat and recreational area borders. It is also planned to regenerate the old enclosed play area to a petanque court (french bowls) for families to use.

Parish Clerk Vacancy

Parish Clerk Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer
Dodderhill Parish Council – Droitwich WR9 7PU

Vacancy Details for Parish Council Clerk can be found on the Indeed Website

Closing Date 14th December 2020

 

Zoom registration details for the forthcoming Ordinary Parish Council meeting on Monday 2nd November 2020 at 7.30pm

November Ordinary Meeting of the Parish Council.

I hereby give notice of an Ordinary Parish Council Meeting of DODDERHILL PARISH COUNCIL which will be held on Zoom on MONDAY November 2nd 2020 starting at 7.30pm, to which Councillors are summoned for the transaction of the following business.

Signed – Carole Hirst (Clerk and Responsible Finance Officer – Dodderhill Parish Council

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CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD Agenda 2nd November 2020

Zoom Registration details for the forthcoming Ordinary Parish Council Meeting to be held on Monday 5th October 2020 at 7.30pm

October Ordinary Meeting of the Parish Council.

I hereby give notice of an Ordinary Parish Council Meeting of DODDERHILL PARISH COUNCIL which will be held on Zoom on MONDAY October 5th 2020 starting at 7.30pm, to which Councillors are summoned for the transaction of the following business.

Signed – Carole Hirst (Clerk and Responsible Finance Officer – Dodderhill Parish Council

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Extra Ordinary Parish Council Meeting scheduled for Monday 21st September at 7.30pm via Zoom.

Extra Ordinary Meeting of the Parish Council.

I hereby give notice of an Extra-Ordinary Parish Council Meeting of DODDERHILL PARISH COUNCIL which will be held on Zoom on MONDAY 21st September 2020 starting at 7.30pm, to which Councillors are summoned for the transaction of the following business.

Signed – Alyson Keane – Chairman of the Council

Alyson Keane

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Enclosures will be added as they are received by the Parish Council. Please keep checking the website between now and 12 noon on Monday 21st September 2020

 

A Q&A overview will be uploaded and updated as the question come in for all to see.

 

The current project has no relation to any other area of the Parish except the recreation field and only the project will be dealt with at this meeting.

 

If you have any queries regarding the reports or items on the agenda you wish to raise at the meeting please complete the form and forward to the clerk at which is linked below. This will enable a more detailed response if appropriate to be produced.

 FORM LINK BELOW.

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Agenda 21st Sept 2020 EGM

Item 5 – Recreational Plan With Proposed Changes

Item 5- Bio-Diversity Report

Item 5 – Severn Trent Water Letter

Item 5 – Allotment Information

Item 5 – Allotment Correspondance – Requests From Committee – Wychbold Allotment Working Group

Item 5 – Allotment Questionnaire – Sent out 7th July 2020

Item 5 Funding – Dodderhill PC – open space project outcome

Item 5 – Misc – Dodderhill Parish Council – Open Space – LGA – Risk Assessment

Item 5 – Dodderhill Parish Council Open Space LGA Supporting Documents

Item 5 – Wychbold Section 106 funding

Item 5 – Pre-planning advice Report for new entrance

ITEM 5 Play England Guidance

Item 5 Community involvement survey results

Item 5 Miscellaneous Information – Community survey comments

Item 5 Miscellaneous – Dodderhill Parish Council allotment gate proposal pre planning advice

Item 5 Pump Track decision making process_

Question and Answer – Question – MB

Statement from Dodderhill Parish Council

Statement from Dodderhill Parish Council

Following community discussions on social media, Dodderhill Parish Council will hold a public meeting to discuss the Pump Track (and by extension the allotment gate and hedge).

We currently are awaiting further information and once this has been received, we will publish the date of the meeting.

Thank you,

Cllr Alyson Keane

Chair of Dodderhill Parish Council

Here 2 Help You! Find out more about Crowdfund Worcestershire at latest online event

Here 2 Help You! Find out more about Crowdfund Worcestershire at latest online event

Has lockdown given you an idea of how you could improve things for your local community? If so, the County Council wants to hear from you.

Charities, local organisations and individuals across the county are being encouraged to join an hour long online event to learn about how they could fund their community project ideas through Crowdfund Worcestershire.

The latest event is running on Friday 4th September from 12-1pm.

Worcestershire County Council, alongside Malvern and Wychavon District Councils, are inviting anyone who may have a project idea that will support their local community, no matter how big or how small to join the latest online event.

Your project idea must be around the following themes:

    • Food Poverty – predominately focused on families
    • Social isolation/befriending – looking at virtual community connections / or adapted schemes that comply with social distancing.
    • Return to work – helping people prepare for a return to work or helping them into work.
    • Maintaining our volunteering offer – helping to create a legacy of community and volunteer action post Covid-19.
    • Healthy communities – activities to improve the health and wellbeing of your local community
    • Ticket to ride – transport projects that are sustainable, innovative, citizen-led and community-based to support increase resilience and boost connectivity of communities in Wychavon and Malvern by improving local people’s ability to travel to services and opportunities for social interaction.

The Crowdfund Worcestershire initiative has been launched to help build on the success of its Here2Help community campaign.

It is there to give anyone who lives locally who might have ideas about how to improve their community the opportunity to gain much needed funding through Spacehive, a crowdfunding platform.

Worcestershire County Council will be working with Spacehive on the initiative with a funding pot of £85,000 which they hope will at least double for the projects through the crowdfunding they will carry out themselves, with help and support along the way from Spacehive.

This funding, via the same Spacehive platform, will be led by Malvern Hills and Wychavon District Councils and there’s pledges of up to £50,000 up for grabs for this first round.

 

Spacehive is a funding platform that brings together people, businesses, councils and foundations to collaboratively fund projects that communities want.

Councillor Lucy Hodgson, Cabinet Member with Responsibility for Communities, said: “It’s great that we’re able to continue the community spirit generated from Here 2 Help, it has proven really successful, and we must hold on to it, as we look forward to the future and the recovery phase.

“So if you have an idea on how a to support your local community, then join the online event to find out more about how Crowdfund Worcestershire may be able with funding to get your project off the ground or improve on what you are already delivering.

The hour long event is a great way to learn more and ask any questions you may have. It could be the gateway to getting funding from the Council and from your local community.

“You know what your community needs best as you understand the challenges and opportunities your  local area and this model puts you and your ideas in the driving seat.”

If local people and organisations have an project idea they will need to register their idea on the Crowdfund Worcestershire platform by 30th September, clearly outlining how they may be able to help maintain progress in the key areas.

To find out more information about Crowdfunding Worcestershire and book your place on the event on 4th September, please visit the dedicated pages on Spacehive.

Wychavon District Council’s Annual Residents’ Survey Returns

Annual Residents’ Survey returns

Residents are being encouraged to share their views on a variety of different topics as part of Wychavon’s Residents’ Survey.

The annual questionnaire, which will run from 6 September to 4 October, will give people across the district an opportunity to say what they think of their local area and services.

This year, the survey includes questions on how the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted residents, as well as the response and support provided by the council. It will also ask questions about such issues as litter and homelessness.

Feedback will be used to improve services and the ongoing recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic. A summary of the results will be published anonymously on the council website.

Last year, the survey received 1,140 responses, with traffic congestion, crime, public transport, litter and recycling voted as the top priorities for Wychavon residents.

The survey takes about 15 to 20 minutes to complete but progress can be saved so it can be completed in stages.

Cllr Bradley Thomas, Leader of Wychavon District Council, said: “The views of our residents really matter to us and we are encouraging as many people as possible to tell us what they think. This year has been difficult for everyone and we have been amazed at the community spirit across the district.

“We would like to thank all of our residents for their amazing volunteering efforts as well as our staff and councillors at Wychavon who have gone above and beyond to maintain services and to provide support. Receiving feedback on this will allow us to make improvements where needed”.

To be the first to receive the survey, please sign up for email updates by visiting www.wychavon.gov.uk/consultations. The survey will also be available at this link from 6 September until midnight on 4 October.

Paper copies can be sent on request, please call Customer Services on 01386 565000