We have been notified of a temporary road closure at Longslade Lane, Aspley Heath between the 10th and 12th June 2019. Click here to read the notification.
The minutes from the 1st April meeting are now available to view on our website - click here to view
The agenda for the next planning meeting is now available to view on our website.
Anglia Water have shared the latest update on the Birchmoor Treatment Works.
School Crossing Patrol response – parents want one. Thanks go to the 60 parents who responded to the survey. 95% said YES to a School Crossing Patrol being introduced and 78% were not happy to let things stand as they are until substantive structural changes can be made. The Square was the preferred location.
The Parish Council are now pursuing with CBC the possibility of introducing a Patrol Officer.
There were many useful suggestions for a 20 mph limit, speed cameras and speed bumps. The Traffic Calming Committee is taking these forward.
Several people asked that garden hedges where they restrict pavement widths be cut back and this will be addressed. Finally, Aspley Guise Lower School will be asked to consider organising a walking bus from the Village Hall to the School.
The Aspley Guise Annual Parish Meeting will be held on the 15th April in the VIllage Hall, starting at 19.30. Doors will be open from 19.00.
CBC has provided the latest information on Footpath Closures alongside the A421. Click here to view.
Aspley Guise are holding their Annual Parish Meeting on the 15th April at 19.30 in the Village Hall.
Please come along and join us in this annual event. This is your chance to find out what has been going on in Aspley Guise over the past year and what may happen in the year to come, have your say and ask questions.
So far, we have speakers from the following organisations: CPRE (Campaign to Protect Rural England), Village Hall Management Committee, Aspley Guise Sports Trust, WS & Wavendon FC, Helping Hands, the PCC (Parochial Church Council) and P3.
Light Refreshments will be available.
Hopefully you will have already seen the posters up round the village, but if your local community group would like to take part please contact the Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org
Aspley Guise Parish Council gives community grants to help local organisations and groups to improve and enhance the community of Aspley Guise.
For the year 2019/20, the Parish Council have a budget of £10,500 to be awarded and the application window for applying for a grant is now open until the 31st May 2019. Applications received after this date will not be considered.
To apply you need to complete an application form which can be found on our website, along with the instructions on how to apply.
The minutes from the 18th March meeting are now available to view on our website - click here to view
CBC have advised the above road will be closed from 13th May for 1 year. See MAP for diversion route.
CBC Highways have notified us of the following dates:
From Friday 17th May 2000 to Monday 20th May 0600 2019.
From 8th July to the 1st August 2019 overnight between 2000 – 0600.
On the 1st and 2nd November 2019 overnight between 2000-0600.
From the 27th November to the 5th December 2019 overnight between 2000-0600.
The latest agenda for the next meeting is available to view on our website
Use the calendar or list of months to view entries made on those dates.