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Flood relief in Hertfordshire (17th February 2014)
Further information from District and County Councillor Richard Thake. More...
Wymondley Neighbourhood Plan survey (28th July 2015)
The survey is currently available on line until 31st July 2015. The Neighbourhood Plan will be put together by the residents of the parish, supported by the Parish Council. Once confirmed, it has to be taken into account by NHDC when formulating its own Local Plan.
Casual Vacancy for Parish Councillor (13th October 2015)
PARISH OF WYMONDLEY
Notice is hereby given that due to the resignation, a vacancy has arisen in the Office of Councillor for the Parish Council, for the ward of Little Wymondley. More...
Gas energy power plant - public exhibition (20th June 2016)
Public exhibition at Wymondley JMI School, Tuesday 28th June, 5-8pm, of plans relating to the siting of a gas engine power plant in the parish. Stratera Energy is considering Blakemore End Road as a possible site for this facility and is hosting this event to provide information for residents.
Cancellation of Council meeting, Monday 18th July. (18th July 2016)
Unfortunately, this evening's Council meeting, scheduled for 8pm, has had to be postponed as there will not be a quorum of Councillors present.
September and October Parish Crime Update (16/11/2016)
Encouragingly, there were only two reported instances of crime in the Parish in September and October, one involving criminal damage in Titmore Green; and the other involving arson at the Little Wymondley Recreation Ground - which was, unfortunately, accompanied by criminal damage. Much of the antisocial behaviour we are experiencing, such as fly-tipping is not regarded as crime, but should nevertheless be reported so that the Police and NHDC can work together to deal with it. More...
Help to shape local police responses to issues that affect your community - join a KIN (18/02/17)
The police are looking for people to join their Key Individual Networks (KINS). As a KIN you can help to shape local police responses to issues that affect your community or a specific protected characteristic you would like to represent, such as: Age, Disability, Gender Reassignment, Pregnancy and Maternity, Race, Gender, Sexual Orientation, Religion or Belief and Marriage and Civil Partnerships. More...