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The Parish Council is the first stage of the planning process and Councillors consider all planning applications made for work in the Village.
All telephone calls to the Clerk are recorded for training & monitoring purposes.
The correspondence address for the Parish Council is not a public office and all meetings with the Clerk are to be arranged by appointment.
The Council makes grants to local organisations and applications should be made to the Clerk in September each year to allow consideration when the Council sets its budget for the coming year. However, applications will be accepted at other times throughout the year.
The Full Council meets on the first and third Thursday of each month (except August) at 7.30pm in the rear Committee Room at the Village Hall. Members of the public & press are welcome to attend all Council meetings. Each Full Council Meeting Agenda has a 15 minute Public Forum for members of the public to raise issues with the Council relating to items of Council business which are for debate on the Agenda.
Before the start of Full Council meetings, there will be an opportunity for members of the public to raise issues with the Clerk as items for future meeting agendas.
Notices of meetings and their minutes appear on Village Notice Boards. Agendas are also available on the website.
Copies of Councillors' Register of Interest Forms are available on the Huntingdonshire District Council's website and on this website in the Council Document Library
All queries regarding the Parish Council should be directed to the Clerk - See "Contact the Parish Council" link at the top of the left hand menu.
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c/o Mrs J Gellatly, 11 Hayling Avenue, Little Paxton, St Neots , PE19 6HG
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Venue: Little Paxton Village Hall
Occurrence: Runs continuously
These are the news items submitted by Little Paxton Parish Council over the previous month
Notice of Vacancy in office of Parish Councillor on the Little Paxton Parish Council
Notice is hereby given pursuant to section 87(2) of the Local Government Act 1972 that due to the resignation of Councillor David Clark there is a vacancy on the Little Paxton Parish Council.
If, within 14 statutory days after the date of this notice, a request for an election to fill the vacancy is made in writing to the Returning Officer, Huntingdonshire District Council, Pathfinder House, Huntingdon PE29 3TN by ten electors of the town an election will be held. If no such notice is given the Parish Council will fill the vacancy by co-option.
If any member of the Parish would like to be considered for co-option please contact the Parish Clerk.
Mrs Jennifer Gellatly
3rd May 2017
Deadline for responses 23rd May 2017
After the success of the Spring Clean Community Litter Pick, Little Paxton Parish Council organised a Children's 'Keep Little Paxton Tidy' poster competition.
Children were encouraged to design an A4 poster to keep the village clean & tidy and the winning designs would be displayed in the Council Community Notice Boards.
With the help of Little Paxton Primary School, Little Paxton Beavers and Cubs, over 300 entries were received.
Competition judges, Cllr David Clark and Cllr Katie Potts were amazed at the amount of effort that went into the designs.
Cllr David Clark said' The number of competition entries was overwhelming and it was incredibly difficult to decide on the winning entries.'
Cllr Katie Potts, who is an artist, said 'The amount of thought that went into the posters demonstrated how much the children care about keeping Little Paxton tidy for everyone to enjoy. Many of the posters showed how litter affects wildlife such as hedgehogs and fish.'
The winners were
Age group 1(Foundation, Yr1, Yr2)- 1st prize Storme-Maisie Randall, 2nd prize- Miley Barlow, 3rd prize Abigail Brown
Age group 2 (Yr 3, Yr 4) - 1st prize - Sophie Jones, 2nd prize -Jessica Webb
3rd prize Sophia McSeveney
Age group 3 - Yr 5, Yr6, 1st prize - Isobel Warner, 2nd prize -James Jarvis
3rd prize - Lauren Cobey
Prizes were presented at the Little Paxton School Assembly on Thursday 30th March. Each prize-winner received an Easter egg and a Cineworld Gift voucher.
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