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Latest Parish News
Townfield Meadows Consultation
Dear Kirdford residents,
You will know from previous Facebook posts, that a company called Welbeck Land are conducting an online consultation regarding the proposed development of 70 houses on the Townfield site. They invite comments from residents on their consultation website.
Kirdford Parish Council exists to represent the views and concerns of our fellow residents, and we would like to hear your comments related to this proposed development.
We have launched an online form, and invite you to comment freely on the proposal so we can gauge our residents' reaction. Please follow this link Townfield Meadows Consultation and give us your feedback Thank you.
Christmas Goodie Bags were a smash!
It has been such a dismal year, with no events taking place in the Village, times have been hard both monetarily and mentally. The Chair of the Parish Council put forward the idea of giving goody bags to the children in the village for Christmas and it was unanimously voted a great idea and a sum of money was set aside for the project.
Mandy and Lynne raided the wholesalers and ordered in extra via the internet, the bags were made up, and a post was put on the Kirdford Noticeboard Facebook page.
Over 50 goody bags were handed out to children on Tuesday 22nd December and it was lovely to see everyone who came with a smile on their face.
The comments the Councillors received were heartwarming, and we are pleased it went down so well with the locals.
Let's hope next year is better and hopefully we will be able to do more things together as a community.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you all from Kirdford Parish Council.
(Photo courtesy of Hana Askew)