Hatherop Parish Council
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Parish Council Elections 2023
Elections for Parish Council Members take place on May 4th. Anyone who wishes to be proposed for election must complete Nomination Papers which can be downloaded here: https://www.cotswold.gov.uk/about-the-council/elections-and-voting/current-and-future-elections/
Completed Nomination Papers must be hand delivered to the Council Offices, Trinity Road, Cirencester, GL7 1PX.
The candidate can ask another person to deliver their nomination papers for them and one person may deliver more than one set of nominations. The office will be open from 9am until 5pm from Monday 20 March until Monday 3 April and then from 9am until the deadline of 4pm on Tuesday 4 April. The deadline for delivery is 4pm on Tuesday 4 April.
All existing Parish Councillors will be putting themselves forward for re-election.
Hatherop will shortly benefit from the installation of a Defibrillator Unit to be sited where the Village Noticeboard is positioned. For anyone wishing to receive training on the use of the device there will be free sessions to be held in Fairford Community Centre and Lechlade Memorial Hall on 15th April. Please book online at: https://www.lechladelions.org.uk/defibs
Traffic Speed - Jan 22
Hatherop Parish Council is currently investigating alternative means of controlling traffic speed through the village following Smiley Syd being put into retirement! See Jun 22 HPC Minutes for update.
Car Parking - School Pick Up and Drop Down Times - Jan 22
Hatherop Parish Council have expressed concern that parking on the dangerous bends, at both ends of the village, by parents and caretakers dropping off and picking up pupils at the Primary School represents a real danger to both traffic and pedestrians, HPC will be seeking to work with the school management, parents and other stakeholders to look at solutions to eliminating this risk. Progress will be reported as it occurs. See Jun 22 HPC Minutes for update.