Fletching Parish Action Plan
The new Parish Action Plan is now complete. Over 30% of households responded to the questionnaire and it is clear that you like living in the parish because of the beautiful countryside,
Fletching’s picturesque High Street, the great village shop, pubs and church. You also like having great neighbours, community spirit and general peace and quiet.
The areas of concern are clear too. In Fletching village you consider
parking to be an issue. In the parish as a whole, you are concerned about speeding, cyclists, litter, hedge maintenance and road maintenance. You would like to see improvements to broadband speed, public transport and the village hall. You
do not want street lighting in any part of the parish.
The Parish Action Plan details all the issues identified and how it is intended to tackle them. Some issues are already being worked on. There are some immediate priorities and
quick win projects, including improving communication with everyone in the parish.
The Steering Group has also produced a useful list of contacts, so that you know what kinds of issues (e.g. potholes, litter) you can report and how and where to
The Parish Action Plan can be viewed in full online at www.fletching-pc.org/parish-action-plan or you can request a paper copy from the Secretary on 01444 483080 or email@example.com
Regular updates will also be published in the following places to keep you up to date on our progress:
- Parish magazine
- Parish council website www.fletching-pc.org
- Parish council Facebook
page (search for Fletching Parish Council)
- Noticeboards and venues around the parish e.g. Mr T’s Coffee Shop
You can also sign up on the parish council website to receive e-mail news updates and information, please register at http://www.fletching-pc.org
We are still looking for more volunteers to join our Steering Group and Focus Groups. The more volunteers we have, the more we can achieve. If you are interested in helping
shape some of our projects and move them forward, please contact Katherine Rumble on 01444 483080 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org