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See the community section for details of upcoming events. There is also an archive of the Rooksdown Reporter if you have mislaid your copy.
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NOTICE OF ANNUAL PARISH MEETING FOR ROOKSDOWN PARISH COUNCIL
Notice is hereby given that the Annual Parish Meeting of the Parish of Rooksdown will be held at the Community Centre on Monday 24th April at 19:45.
All parishioners are welcome to attend the 10th Annual Parish Meeting to raise matters of interest or concern(s) to the Councillors.
We advise that you email your question(s) to the Clerk at email@example.com by Wednesday 19th April to allow the Councillors to obtain the information prior to the meeting.
The Chairman of the Parish Council Mr Paul Mahoney will give a presentation reviewing Parish activities during the past year of April 2016 / March 2017.
County Councillor Stephen Reid will give his annual report of the Parish – April 2016 / March 2017.
Borough Councillor Simon Bound will give his annual report of the Parish – April 2016 / March 2017.
The agenda is posted on the Parish Council notice boards and the website www.rooksdown.org.uk
Refreshments will be available.
For further information regarding this, please contact the Clerk firstname.lastname@example.org
The Parish Council has made the difficult decision not to hold a Fireworks event this year. We spent considerable time trying to organise the event.
Rooksdown Firework event was designed for the benefit of the Rooksdown community and its’ residents.
However, putting on such a popular event brings with it significant organisational & logistical challenges... particularly, how to get residents and visitors in and out of Rooksdown safely (which has been illustrated in the comments in this Facebook thread already). There was also a distinct lack of any volunteers from the community to help make this a safe and enjoyable event for all.
The Parish Council realises this will be a huge disappointment to residents but would like to thank residents for their continued support.
Conservative Michael Lane elected new Hampshire Police and Crime Commissioner. Congratulations! https://t.co/cE8hKdIwUR
Notice of uncontested election of Parish Councillors for Rooksdown 5/5/16 - https://t.co/ENlwTgcqI8
You can use the fault reporting website for reporting non-emergency lighting faults.
Before you report a fault, please check the faulty streetlight for its reference number. This is usually fixed to the column 1.5m to 2m (5 to 6 feet) above ground. If the street light also has a series of letters and numbers beneath the reference number, then please also use these when reporting the fault.
You will also need to note down the road or street name.
Rooksdown Parish Council has a budget for the award of grants. The Council can only award grants for specific activities or projects which the Council feels will be of benefit to Rooksdown and its residents e.g. grants to a sport club, for a music festival or towards community celebrations of special events such as the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
Full details are available here.
An application form can be downloaded here.
All applications must be accompanied by appropriate accounts or supporting financial information. Forms and the supporting information must be sent to the Clerk to the Council by email or at the address below:
Looking for something in Rooksdown? Whether it is the location of a shop or postbox or other local feature, you can use our interactive map to find what you are looking for. You can always find this at http://map.rooksdown.org.uk or just click the link below.