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TARPORLEY PARISH COUNCIL NEWSLETTER


Street Parking


Car parking in High Street has long been a vexing problem. One aspect currently occupying the parish council is that, owing partly to limited off-street parking opportunities close to the centre, there is a tendency for traders and their staff to park all day in High Street. The perverse consequence of this is that there is then limited space available for their customers; a situation that is hardly likely to encourage a thriving trade. The parish council is always looking for ways to increase available parking in the centre of the village but off High Street – Any ideas?


Help Needed for Carnival Bunting


The 2014 Carnival Committee URGENTLY need the assistance of a mobile hydraulic lift vehicle with a cage and a fully trained and insured operator to help put up and take down the High Street banner and bunting this July. Any local businesses who know someone who might help or wish to contribute funds to its cost contact Andrew Wallace on andrewwallace@wrightmanley.co.uk or mobile 07850 250641.


Farewell to PCSO Sheena Ayrton


By the time that you read this we will have bid farewell to our PCSO, Sheena Ayrton, who is joining the regular police on Merseyside. During her time with us she has not only been a visible presence in the village but has worked behind the scenes to improve our security. She has also been a regular face at parish council meetings when she has attended to exchange information with councillors and members of the public. We wish her well in her new career.


We are told that Sheena’s replacement is undergoing training and should be with us shortly.


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