The Parish Council meeting planned for the 7th April 2020 has been cancelled due to the COVID 19 outbreak.
The Parish Council would like to invite suggestions from the community to the Parish Council for their consideration for future use of the community field in Yarpole. A consultation form leaflet can be found here so please fill this out and return to the boxes in Yarpole village hall or the church, alternatively you can email the Clerk firstname.lastname@example.org. All responses need to be returned by the 31st December 2019.
The results of the consultation will be collated and discussed by Parish Council at their meeting in February 2020 , following which the working party will investigate costings/plans/feasibility based on the ideas that come forward. The plan is that the Parish Council can then present their initial vision for the field at the Parish Annual Meeting in May 2020.
The period for public inspection of the accounting records for 2018/19 has been set as 17th June to 26th July 2019. You can find more information about this, and view the year end documents approved at the June PC meeting, on the finance page of this website.
Parish Council and County Council elections are being held on the 2nd May 2019 and you can access nomination papers to stand in both by visting: www.herefordshire.gov.uk/upcomingelections. The notice of elections for Herefordshire Council can be accessed here, the notice of elections for Croft with Yarpole Parish can be accessed here and the notice of elections for Lucton Parish here.
The February 2019 edition of the Herefordshire Rural Hub newsletter can be accessed here.
A quick update from Leominster Safer neighbourhood team:
Operation ‘Stop that Sheep’ has been launched.
As part of West Mercia’s Rural Crime action day, Leominster, Kington and Bromyard Safer Neighbourhood teams all took part in Operation Stop that sheep. The aim of the operation was to stop livestock trailers, scrap dealers, vans etc and check their documentation for the loads that they were carrying. Working alongside Animal welfare officers and civil enforcement officers from Herefordshire Council the teams pulled over 30 vehicles in the space of two hours. The joint operation was successful and hopefully it helps reassure our rural communities that rural crime matters to us. Watch this space for the next instalment.
The next property marking event in Yarpole will be: 5th December, St Leonards, Yarpole 1200-1300