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The Oxhill News

May 2005

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Annual Parish Meeting

This was held at the Village Hall on April 12th.  The meeting was chaired by David Hill and was attended by seven members of the Parish.  After the formalities, the following points of interest arose:

1        Helen Whitelegg, who moved into the Parish at Croft Cottage in November, gave the meeting an interesting brief on the horse sanctuary which will be opened to the public on 23rd July.  There will be a shop and a cafe at the sanctuary as well as an opportunity to witness the splendid work done by the staff at 'Redwings'.  Helen is the manager and will probably give us an update in the 'News' closer to opening day.

2        Douglas Nethercleft described his role as the newly appointed Village Liaison Officer, on behalf of Oxhill, for the Council for Voluntary Service set up to provide local help for local people in rural areas.  He will be posting leaflets describing his role in due course.  Douglas also intends to approach CVS in connection with the provision of a village bench.  The meeting wished Douglas well in his role.

3        Charles MacCall reported vehicle damage to verges in Main Street and elsewhere and was promised action by the Parish Council, which will meet soon.

I would like to thank those who attended for their positive contributions and constructive questions at the meeting.

David Hill

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