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Cherry Willingham Parish Council

Have your say on Lincolnshire County Council’s 2016/17 budget proposals

-Click on this LCC resident survey http://www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/budget

 A series of public events are also being held during January 2016 where county residents can scrutinise county council finances. These will be held at:

- West Lindsey District Council (Council Chamber) in Gainsborough on Tuesday 12 January
- North Kesteven District Council (Council Chamber) in Sleaford on Wednesday 13 January
- Louth Town Hall in Louth on Monday 18 January
- County Offices in Lincoln on Tuesday 19 January
- Princess Royal Sports Arena in Boston on Tuesday 26 January
- The South Holland Centre in Spalding on Thursday 27 January
- South Kesteven District Council (Council Chamber) in Grantham on Thursday 28 January 
All of the meetings take place between 6pm and 8pm.

Lincolnshire people will get the chance to question the county council’s Leader and executive councillor for finance about the authority’s budget during the meetings. As well as looking at which services are compulsory and which are optional, the meetings will explain where savings have already been made and how the authority is funded.

Proposed Residential Development on land west of Cherry Willingham Community School, Hawthorn Road

JHWalter LLP on behalf of Cyden Homes Ltd will be hosting a drop in session at Reepham & Cherry Willingham Village Hall Hawthorn Road Wednesday 27th January 2016 between 4:00pm - 7:00pm The session is an opportunity for the applicant's team to brief local residents on the proposed development and for residents to make further comments and ask questions on a one to one basis. No need to make an appointment. We look forward to meeting you.

Cherry Willingham Parish Council Information 

The Cherry Willingham Parish Council welcomes and values involvement in parish affairs by all parishioners whether it be by correspondence or attendance at Council meetings.

The Parish Council meets on the third Monday of every month at 7.30 pm in the Millennium Hall. The meetings always start with an Open Session at which parishioners are welcome  to raise topics of concern

We are a body of elected or co-opted unpaid councillors with responsibility for the burial ground, the playing fields and the Green/Le Grand Luce Gardens plus other local matters including dealing with applications for burials, reviewing planning applications, reporting of highway/footway issues and street lighting problems.

 For Details of the Individual Councillors and their roles please see the “Councillors” page.