'Ring Quest' at West Stow
West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village wel- comed visitors from far and wide for the return of its popular February Half Term event 'Ring Quest'. Visitors embraced the family challenge and stepped into the fantasy world of 'Lord of the Rings' as they came face to face with Orcs, Hobbits, Ring Wraiths, Elves and Rangers. The quest for clues led visitors around the beau- tiful Country Park and around the Anglo-Saxon Village.
4pm serving a delicious selection of hot and cold food.
For further information on Events at West Stow, please visit www.west- stow.org
Vision 2031 is a comprehensive plan to guide the overall direction of future service provision and manage- ment of growth in the borough for the next 20 years and beyond.
Children tried on character Costumes, had photographs with the characters, joined 'Middle earth' tours and tried their hand at Archery. It was a won- derful week and Visitor Figures peaked.
West Stow is delighted to announce the 'Angles Café' has now Re-opened on site and is open daily from 10-
Following a period of consultation between February and May 2011, three consultation documents have been written by the borough council, working with many other partners that set out both the council's vision for the towns of Bury St Edmunds, Haverhill and the rural areas. The con- sultation material for these three doc- uments can be viewed at Bury St Edmunds Vision 2031 website, Haverhill Vision 2031 website and Rural Vision 2031 website. For more information on the initial outcomes visit Issues Consultation - February to May 2011.
The documents are part of the Local Development Framework, which establishes where development will take place across the borough, and the documents will be part of the statutory planning policy for the bor- ough.
This is now your opportunity to com- ment on the draft future vision for distinct parts of the borough as well as the draft planning policies which will guide where future development takes place, and have your say on what you would like the borough to be like in 20 years time.
You can look at the documents and supporting information by clicking on the links below for three documents we have produced for Bury St Edmunds, Haverhill and the rural areas. Please complete the online or word document questionnaires after reading the documents to let us know your views. The consultation period runs from 1 March until 5pm on 30
April 2012 during which there will be a number of public drop in events across the borough which you are welcome to attend. For further infor- mation please contact LDF@stedsbc.gov.uk
or call Planning Policy on 01284 757368.
After this period of consultation, final drafts of the documents will be worked up for a final period of con- sultation in autumn 2012. The docu- ments will then be submitted to the Planning Inspectorate for an inde- pendent examination into the propos- als. If the documents are found to be acceptable the council will then adopt them and they will become part of the statutory planning policy for the borough. For more information or to view the documents please visit www.stedmundsbury.gov.uk
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