Feniton Parish Council

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RECYCLING AND WHERE IT GOES

Ever wondered where to put that odd item when it comes to recycling? A handy guide has been published by EDDC, which shows where to send elements for recycling, can be found on the A-Z of Recycling page on this website. This page can be found under the News tab and contains a pdf for downloading and printing.

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FENITON NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN – NOTICE OF PUBLICATION

The Neighbourhood Plan Notice of Publication has now been received from East Devon District Council and can be viewed by clicking on the link. The consultancy period runs until 8th December 2017.

ROAD CLOSURE NOTICE – RUTTS CROSS TO COURT BARTON CROSS

Feniton Parish council have been informed that the road from Rutts Cross to Court Barton Cross, via Higher Cheriton, will be closed for repairs from 6th November 2017 to 14th November 2017. The notice and signposted diversion route can be viewed HERE.

BEAUTIFUL DAYS FESTIVAL – PARKING ISSUES

The Council have been in contact with the organiser of the Beautiful Days festival regarding parking permits for residents, as has been usual in recent years.

However, due to new legislation, known as the CPE (civil (decriminalised) parking enforcement) regime parking permits no longer have any value and may lead to more problems with the parking suspension than they solve.

The organisers have successfully applied for a Temporary Traffic Order (parking suspension) which means now that everyone is subject to it but as per last year they will have CSAS staff (these are traffic management staff accredited by the Police) in place, which seemed to do the trick with controlling traffic. The Police will also routinely check on local roads, laybys and in/around the parking suspension areas. Members of the organisers’ traffic teams will also routinely drive in around and local villages, particularly at peak times.

The Council also received  the following message: ‘While I know this may not be the answer you were anticipating for this year, we don’t anticipate this leading to problems for local residents and are more than happy to give you the 24hr site office telephone number which is where management/security/traffic/Police are based and if anyone has any genuine concerns or problems then they are welcome to call us and we will do what we can to help – involving sending teams to specific properties if necessary. Please feel free to pass this on – the site office telephone number is 01404 823673.’ The organiser’s can also be contacted on 01392 437733 during office hours from 14th August 2017.

PROUD OF YOUR GARDEN 2018

Children’s Hospice Southwest are looking for Devon residents to open up their gardens in 2018 to raise money for the work that they do.

If you are interested in this excellent cause please contact the organiser via the details on the attached poster which can be viewed by following the link below.

Proud of your Garden 2018

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