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With lots of warm sunny weather, interspersed with the occasional shower, trees and hedges have sprung into life with a vengeance this summer. Whilst this is lovely for avid gardeners, it can cause problems if you have a hedge on your property that borders the road or footpath. This can cause problems with pedestrians being unable to pass easily as well as drivers having their sightline of the road obscured.


Art on the Green: 13th & 14th August Remembrance Service: 11th & 13th Nov


If your community group would like to use the Village Green for an event, contact the Parish Office for an applicaon form.


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Planning: Monday 1st August Monday 5th September


Therefore to prevent accidents and incidents, the Parish Council ask that all residents keep their hedges and trees well pruned. If you noce an overgrown tree or hedge contact the County Council who can take the maer up with the property owner – this can be done easily online: www.hants.gov.uk and click on: ‘Report a Road Problem’. You can then select from a variety of issues including tree or hedge problems, potholes and paving issues. Enter in a few quick details and the County Council will invesgate and act accordingly.


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38 To adverse call 01590 643969 or e‐mail info@lymingtondirectory.co.uk


Parish Council: Monday 15th August


Monday 19th September


All meengs are in the Village Hall, Park Lane at 6.30pm. If you would like to come along, please drop in. If you would like to speak about an agenda item, for up to 3 minutes, please let the Parish Office know. Agendas will be available from the website, 5 working days in advance.


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