Beginning in December 2019, to provide additional communication and interaction with residents, this page contains the Parish Council notes from the parish clerk published in the “Eagle” village magazine each month. (The December issue also covers January of the following year.)
This page will contain the latest notes together with those for the previous two issues of the “Eagle”.
As mentioned by the editors in the last edition of the “Eagle”, it is of utmost importance that all of us take care when using our roads, especially at this time of year, when roads become treacherous due to extreme weather conditions.
The parish council is doing all it can to improve the quality of road surfaces. Two of our councillors have met with our Highways Neighbourhood Officer and highlighted the priorities within the parish regarding potholes and general road conditions. The other vital factor when it comes to avoiding accidents is speed, and during our last meeting the possible use of a Community Speed Camera was discussed. We will need to explore this option further with help and advice given by our local PCSO. Also, we cannot go ahead with this option unless it has your support. Please let us know your views by contacting one of our councillors or the clerk.
As the next edition of the “Eagle”, and therefore of this webpage, will be published in 2020, on behalf of Yarnscombe Parish Council we wish all parishioners a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Fingers crossed, the weather is kind to us. As ever, our Snow Warden (Cllr. Farr) is on standby.
Planning: Conversion of redundant agricultural building to residential use
Shortridge, Yarnscombe, Barnstaple, Devon, EX31 3LJ; Ref. No. 1/0773/2019/FUL. Received: 19 August 2019; Validated: 19 August 2019; Status: Application Permitted.