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With this overwhelming support for addional play facilies, and for those facilies to be located at the sea front next to the Needles Eye Café, the Parish Council has again formally requested that the District Council lease the two areas of land to the Parish Council. The request will be decided at NFDC’s Cabinet meeng in February.


T C C R 2017


The Milford Gardeners’ Club have connued to maintain the Centenary Copse this year on behalf of the Parish Council.


The Club Commiee began the year with a collecve dy up, in March aer the winter, thinning out and shaping trees, replanng plants and generally ensuring the garden looked dy for the coming season. The spring bulbs and flowers, that are planted, provide lovely colour at the start of the season.


Throughout the spring and summer, a rota of willing monthly volunteers from the club helped maintain the Copse, whilst Richard Bickle did a sterling job keeping the grass cut, which really does give the Copse a cared for appearance.


The Commiee concluded the year with a dy up in late November, leaves being stacked at the back of


The Parish Council has also refurbished the two benches in this area, making it a more pleasant place to pause for a while.


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The Parish Council has agreed the precept be increased by 3% in 2018/19. This equates to an addional £1.12 per household per year.


The reasons for the increase are:


 To support the Rights of Way project.


 To cover increased ulies, staffing costs and statutory pension increases.


 To fund addional improvements to the Toddler Play Area at the sea front.


 To support increased contribuon to Youth Acvies (youth club).


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the copse to encourage wildlife habitat, whilst the vegetaon lies dormant for the next few months.


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