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PEASLAKE COMMUNITY COUNCIL

OUR COMMUNITY FORUM

Have your say

Founded in 1945, Peaslake Community Council is where villagers come together to discuss ideas and concerns.

GET INVOLVED IN VILLAGE LIFE

VOLUNTEER

SHARE YOUR IDEAS

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 If you would like to get involved in village activities - come along to the Community Council and find out what is going on.

Latest Volunteer Requests

- help B4SH with the community led roll out of fast broadband in Peaslake. There are all sorts of jobs from helping with the installation to helping with the office work. If you have time to help - get in touch with Nick Wells or email office@b4sh.org.uk

- Help arrange a community event. Contact Julie_Barham@hotmail.com

- Volunteer to help on the day at Peaslake Fair.  Contact alice.k.williams@gmail.com

- Volunteer to join a team promoting Peaslake community events on social media. Contact Julie_Barham@hotmail.com

Come to Community Council meetings 8pm on the first Monday of the month at Peaslake Village Hall. Share your ideas and views on how to make our village the best it can be.

Volunteer to join the team of rotating Community Council Chairs and Note takers. Only twice a year. Once to chair the meeting and the other time to take a note of the meeting to support the Chair.

ORGANIZING AN EVENT

KEEP IN TOUCH WITH THE NEWS

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Do you have an idea for a community event? Come and share your ideas with the Community Council and get support.

Would you like to get a copy of the Community Council Meeting minutes in your mailbox? Send a request to the co-ordinator - julie_barham@hotmail.com

Maggie's Walks  

Walks around Peaslake for you to enjoy. 

6 Walks over footpaths and farmland with extensive views. 

Find out more here

For Sale at Peaslake Village Stores. Proceeds to Peaslake School and Village Hall. 

Consultation

 Communication recommendations for Peaslake Village to address increased visitor numbers.

Prepared by Sue Milne. 

please send comments to Julie Barham or Gerry Reffo. 

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