For those who do not know me, my name is Elise Croft and I was recently co-opted to the Parish Council and have taken over responsibility of the website. If you like our Hardwick Parish Council Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/Hardwick-Parish-Council-2031379880493059/) you will automatically receive any updates in your Facebook feed.
Some recent changes to the website include:
– archive of the Hardwick Happenings for 2018 and 2019 uploaded
– calendar updated
– all news automatically posted to Hardwick Parish Council Facebook page
– updated village facilities and local business directory
I would love to hear any ideas you have about things you would like to see on the website or improvements we can make to it. Likewise, if you are running an event in the village and would like us to add it to the calendar or run a local business and would like it added to our local business directory, do let me know by commenting on this post or emailing the Parish Clerk.
The Hardwick Annual Parish Meeting will take place on Tuesday 2st May 2019 at 7pm in the school.
The meeting is open to all parishioners who may by law discuss all parish matters, ask questions, put forward views and pass resolutions.
Please links below for the agenda for the Annual Parish Meeting and the minutes of the 2018 meetings. The Council would very much appreciate reports from individuals and organisations listed on the agenda, whether on their activities during the year, the progress of ongoing projects, or the use made of funds granted by the Council during the year if applicable.
If you, or a representative, would like to present a report and/or accounts to the APM, please could you let the Clerk have a copy in advance of the meeting at email@example.com. Reports and accounts will not be recorded in the minutes but instead all written reports will be appended to the minutes.
Hardwick Annual Parish Meeting 2019 Agenda
Hardwick Annual Parish Meeting April 2018 Minutes
Hardwick Annual Parish Meeting Oct 2018 Minutes
We’ve received some feedback about the wooded area between Ashmead and Sudeley Grove.
Just a note of congratulation. The council recently cleared the wooded area between Ashmead and Sudeley Grove. What a lovely job, nice for the children and for the residents. Well done. Please extend my thanks to the whole committee.
Thank you for your kind words, Paul. We’d love to hear from anyone else who has enjoyed this area or has any further suggestions.