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HAVE YOU LOST YOUR IPOD? In September 2010, an iPod Nano was found in the Manor House Playing Fields which has a distinctive cover and track list. In previous years, there has been lost items handed into the Council Offices which maybe of sentimental value. If anyone knows the owners of the lost items, please contact the Council Offices and speak to Sheila Mills or Marisa Crewe on 01923 265139 or email Sheila.mills@abbotslangley-pc.gov.uk


CHAIRMAN CANCELS CHARITY EVENT The stormy financial climate has claimed another victim as the annual Parish Council Chairman‘s charity evening has been cancelled. The event is held to celebrate and recognise voluntary groups and individuals working in Abbots Langley. Parish Council Chairman Councillor Leon Lay made the decision in light of the public sector cuts sweeping the nation. Mr Lay said: ―It was a very tough decision but I feel that the money spent on the evening would be better used elsewhere. It‘s a shame because the evening is a great way of saying thank you to the people who give their time freely, often without recognition, to make Abbots Langley a better place. I don‘t think it would be right to spend public money on this event given all the challenges we‘re facing. I‘m hoping some of the money might be allocated later in the year to local good causes.‖ The event is normally held around March and April and funding for it comes out of the Chairman‘s budget, which is currently around £2,000 for the year.


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