Annual Parish Assembly – Weds 20 March

Come along to the Annual Parish Assembly on Weds 20 March, 7.30pm in the Village Hall

Contribute to discussion about future provision in the playground, hear an update on road safety issues and bring your questions to the Parish Council.

Everyone welcome.

For the agenda, click here:

Annual Parish Assembly Agenda 2019

 

 

Too Good to Throw Away?

Too good to throw away?

Give your unwanted items a new home in your community.

Do you have items which are too good to throw away? It’s quick, easy and free to pass on your items and you may not even need to leave home.

In Essex we’re lucky to have many reuse organisations to choose from.

If you are having a clear out, there are lots of easy ways to pass items on to other people.

More and more of us are donating and purchasing items from reuse organisations meaning you are supporting local people and great local community causes while passing on your unwanted items. Many reuse organisations will even collect from your own home – no need to leave the house!

Local charity shops are always happy to accept good quality donations as this helps raise money for good causes.

Freegle is an online platform to help people give items for free in your local community. The types of items you can give and get on Freegle ranges from furniture, clothing and children’s toys to soil, rubble or even pre-loved garden ornaments. You can pass almost anything on using Freegle!

You can even sell good quality items through popular selling websites, or jumble sales and car boots. This is a great way to clear out the house and make a bit of money while doing so.

Passing on your old items is a hassle-free way of doing good in your community. Visit www.loveessex.org to find out more.

Too good to throw away?

Give your unwanted items a new home in your community.

Do you have items which are too good to throw away? It’s quick, easy and free to pass on your items and you may not even need to leave home.

In Essex we’re lucky to have many reuse organisations to choose from.

If you are having a clear out, there are lots of easy ways to pass items on to other people.

More and more of us are donating and purchasing items from reuse organisations meaning you are supporting local people and great local community causes while passing on your unwanted items. Many reuse organisations will even collect from your own home – no need to leave the house!

Local charity shops are always happy to accept good quality donations as this helps raise money for good causes.

Freegle is an online platform to help people give items for free in your local community. The types of items you can give and get on Freegle ranges from furniture, clothing and children’s toys to soil, rubble or even pre-loved garden ornaments. You can pass almost anything on using Freegle!

You can even sell good quality items through popular selling websites, or jumble sales and car boots. This is a great way to clear out the house and make a bit of money while doing so.

Passing on your old items is a hassle-free way of doing good in your community. Visit www.loveessex.org/donate to find out more.

Local Bus Consultation

Notification of Local Bus Consultation – To 22 March 2019

Essex County Council (ECC) is reviewing the way it supports local bus services which operate on evenings and Sundays and is carrying out a public consultation. The consultation also includes proposals regarding delivering ECC services differently and devolving ECC funded local bus services to communities.

The consultation will run until March 22nd 2019. The questionnaire will be available from ECC libraries (from January onwards), and is online at: www.essex.gov.uk/local-bus-consultation or by phoning: 03457 430430.

Posters will be displayed ‘on bus’ and at  Essex libraries, please find a copy of the poster attached, we would appreciate it if you promote the consultation in your area via your website and/or newsletters. A copy of the consultation is also attached for your information.

If you have any queries, please contact passenger.transport@essex.gov.uk 

STREET LIGHTING SURVEY

The Parish Council are looking at updating the parish’s street lights and would like to hear from residents with their views and preferences.  Please complete the survey below and email it to us at pebmarshpc@hotmail.com or simply email us with your answers to the survey.  Closing date for replies:  Friday 22 June.

Many thanks.

STREET LIGHTING SURVEY