WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984
THE WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (AVON DASSETT PARISH)
(30 MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2014
Warwickshire County Council propose to make the above Order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 the effect of which will be to impose a 30 mph speed limit on the length of road mentioned in the Schedule below and Warwickshire County Council propose to revoke Schedule 1 item 1 of The Warwickshire County Council (Various Roads, Avon Dassett) (Restricted Roads) Order 1992 is hereby revoked.
A copy of the proposed Order, together with a plan showing the length of road affected and a statement of the Council’s reasons for proposing to make the Order, may be inspected at the Main Reception, Shire Hall, Market Place, Warwick, at the Stratford District Council, Elizabeth House Church Street Stratford-upon-Avon Warwickshire CV37 6HX and at the Public Library, Henley Street Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6PZ during usual opening hours.
Any enquiries relating to the proposals may be made to Debbie Poynton, Communities Group, Warwickshire County Council (telephone number: 01926 4122076).
Any objections to the proposals, which must be in writing and specify the grounds on which they are made, should be addressed to Debbie Poynton, Communities Group, PO Box 43, Shire Hall, Warwick, CV34 4SX. (Objections will normally be treated as public documents and may be communicated to other persons affected.) Objections must be sent so as to be received by 18 September 2014.
(30mph Speed Limit)
The Avon Dassett – Wormleighton – Priors Marston Road (Dassett Road and Avon Dassett Road)
The length of road through the village of Avon Dassett from a point 110 metres south west of its junction with Dassett Road in a generally north easterly direction to a point approximately 36 metres north east of the boundary for The Lodge.
Head of Law & Governance
Shire Hall, Warwick
21 August 2014
This year’s Dassett Country Show raised more money than ever before – exact figures will be announced shortly. The money raised will go to the 2014 charities: BLESMA, Dogs for the Disabled and Macmillan as well as funding local community projects.
Congratulations to the Country Show organising committee and all visitors to the Show which made it such a fantastic event.
For a video of images from the show see the Leamington Courier news report: http://www.leamingtoncourier.co.uk/news/slideshow-biggest-ever-dassett-country-show-1-6245964
The Cotswolds Conservation Board Annual Review 2013/14 is now available to view and download via the Cotswolds AONB website.
The Annual Review summarises the work undertaken by the Board’s staff, members, voluntary wardens and partner organisations during the last financial year. Despite economically challenging times, the support and partnership working across the area has continued to bring many benefits to the Cotswolds AONB and its local communities.
With colder months just around the corner now is the time to think about topping up your oil tank and taking advantage of the lower oil prices that have been enjoyed recently.
We are delighted that for the fourth month running we have managed to achieve a per litre price below 50p. In August our members paid just 49.99pence per litre, saving 4.51 pence per litre against the average. As a charity that works solely for the benefit of rural communities we are delighted with these results.
If you are reliant on heating oil and would like to join our members in making savings have a look at our dedicated website (www.energywarwickshire.org.uk) or contact us on 01789 472611. The syndicate is open to households, community groups and businesses across Warwickshire.
Spa Strummers – the Ukulele Band of Leamington Spa are headlining at the Dassett Country Show on 16 August.
For more about the group see their website: http://spa-strummers.co.uk
Avon Dassett Local History Group’s year-long WWI Project: The Extraordinary and the Everyday: a Year in the Life of a Rural Community 1914-5 was launched with an exhibition at St John the Baptist Church yesterday.
The event was well attended by villagers and some visitors from further afield. The exhibition provided a taster both of the military experiences of some Avon Dassett men and of everyday life in 1914.
Some villagers brought artefacts including letters, medals, postcards and photographs to display and these will be captured digitally during the project and added to the blog to provide information on current residents’ connections with the Great War.
Follow the Project Blog to get regular updates on events in Avon Dassett during this momentous year.
The event also saw the launch of the brand new village website and many positive comments were received regarding the upgrade.