Annual Parish Meeting 2017 Agenda

The Annual Parish Meeting will be held at the Scout Headquarters (before the bridge on the A149) on 24th May 2017 at 6.30 pm

The parish council would be happy to hear your opinion on their performance and any matters of concern, or ideas for the future where the council might be able to enhance the experience of living in our village.

You will have the chance to ask questions and can have your say on matters relating to the parish.

This meeting is also an opportunity for parishioners to hear reports from the parish, guest speakers and local police.

A G E N D A

1. CHAIRMAN’S WELCOME & APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE

2. MINUTES OF MEETING HELD 18/05/2016

3. CHAIRMAN’S ANNUAL REPORT

GUEST SPEAKERS

4. PETER DAVISON: Community Engagement

5. SONIA MILLER: Healthwatch Norfolk

6 STEPHEN MAUNDER: Trading Standards

7. DISTRICT COUNCILLORS REPORT

8. COUNTY COUNCILLORS REPORT

9. POLICE REPORT

10.ROY BECKLEY Hooke Charity

11.ANY OTHER BUSINESS
Clerk: 24, Beech Ave., Sheringham (01263 822864) – beestonpc@btinternet.co.uk

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2 Responses to Annual Parish Meeting 2017 Agenda

  1. Lesley Clarke says:

    Hello
    I would like to have attended the meeting today but, unfortunately, I can’t make it.

    I would like to have brought up the subject of the 40mph speed limit through the village on the coast road. I cannot understand why it is not restricted to 30mph. I regularly cross from my home on Abbey Park over to the cookies field side and you take your life in your hands because visibility round the bend of the road towards Sheringham is bad.

    I am surprised there has not been a serious accident considering the attractions that come to cookies field through the year, including events that attract children.

    Also, crossing from the upper common to lower common is difficult. I wonder why there is a 30mph restriction through Sheringham and West Runton, 20mph through Easr Runton but Beeston Regis has to cope with a 40mph limit. We don’t even have a crossing or traffic island for safety.

    • chrisgoodwin says:

      Hello Lesley
      I will, of course, present your views to the meeting on Wednesday. This is not the first time that concerns have been raised about the difficulty of crossing the A149 in the region of the bottom of Britons Lane. Unfortunately the response from highways so far has always been that although as you say ‘you are surprised that there has not been a serious accident’ there have so far been no recorded serious accidents in this location. Hopefully continued pressure will produce some sort of action before too long.
      Chris Goodwin

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