Ogwell WI – “Clutterbusters”

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Overwhelming Support for Neighbourhood Plan

On Thursday 15th February over 500 local residents voted in the local referendum, equating to a turnout of 25%. Given factors such as time of year,half term etc, this is a significant number, thank you for taking the time and effort to register your opinion in this way.

91% of those voting supported the adoption of the Plan, a strong endorsement of the content that has resulted from 3 years of consultation with parishioners and local groups.

Many thanks to all involved, particularly Michael Simmons as Chair of the Steering Group guiding us through this lengthy process, Peter Farrell as its tireless Secretary and to the rest of the hard working Steering Group. Thanks also to  Peter Sandover who has provided much needed advice over the last couple of years and David Kiernan who has spearheaded  invaluable support from Teignbridge District Council.

The Parish Council and others will now be using the Plan to help develop and implement priorities and ensure that local planning  applications take proper account of our Plan, so heavily supported by those who live in the Parish.

Again,many thanks to all.

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Ogwell Neighbourhood Plan – Referendum 15th February

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Ogwell Neighbourhood Plan – Referendum

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More information is available on the Teignbridge District council website and on the NHBD  page of this site.

 

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Ogwell Christmas Meal – 25th November

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Temporary Closure of Chercombe Bridge Road

Please be aware that Devon Highways are planning patching work to Chercombe Bridge Road commencing Monday 27th November.  This will require closure of the road possibly up to and including Saturday 2nd December.

The official notice is as follows:

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Notice of casual vacancy in the office of Parish Councillor

 

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OGWELL

 

Casual Vacancy

 

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to Section 87(2) of the Local Government Act 1972, that a casual vacancy exists in the office of Councillor for the Parish of  OGWELL, and that unless ten or more electors of the electoral area have, on or before the 10th November 2017, submitted a request in writing to the Returning Officer, Forde House, Brunel Road, Newton Abbot TQ12 4XX that an election be held to fill the vacancy, the Parish Council will take steps to fill the said vacancy.


 

 

Date 25th October 2017                         Signed Rita Hannaford

                                                                  (Clerk to the Council)

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Ogwell Duck Race 2017

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Church News

This month we welcome Revd Gareth Regan, the second Team Vicar to join the Benefice alongside Rector Revd Patrick Parkes, Team Vicar Father Nick Debney and our Readers and retired clergy.
Gareth will be Licenced at a special service at 7pm on 12th June at St. Paul’s Church, Newton Abbot. This is a wonderful opportunity to meet and welcome Gareth and his family. We also welcome Dr Joe Lannon and family who move into the village in June. Joe will be ordained as a Curate in September to serve the benefice and the family will be living in St, Bartholomew’s Close.
Finally a ‘Save the Date’ for you – the Ogwell Duck Race will take place at Holbeam Mill on Saturday 16th September. A fun family afternoon and a sight to behold seeing 500 rubber ducks floating down the River Lemon to Chercombe Bridge!
Samantha Simmons
PCC Secretary
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Parish Magazine Saved!

I am delighted that we now welcome  a new editorial team of Sarah Sutton, Lara and Max Fullalove to the Parish Magazine. They are all local, Sarah is Auntie to Lara and Max and they are taking over as editors making it a truly family affair, we hope you enjoy their first issue. We thank them for stepping in and look forward to all their ideas and input over the coming months.
For articles please use the usual email address which has now passed to the new team.
I would like to extend thanks to Amy Keene, our outgoing editor for all her hard work over the past year keeping the magazine going. We hope Amy will continue to be a contributor. The magazine is both a vital source of income for St. Bartholomew’s Church, but more importantly an essential community asset and we truly appreciate the time put in by the whole team of Magazine volunteers, from editorial, subscriptions, advertising, and distribution.
Samantha Simmons, PCC Secretary
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