PARISH COUNCIL NOTICE BOARD
Holcombe Jubilee Celebrations
Details of the full program of events happening in Holcombe is within the attached program. Please take a look and then come along and join in the celebrations.
2022 DIARY DATES FOR
HOLCOMBE PARISH COUNCIL MEETINGS
4th January 2022 Parish Council meeting
1st February 2022 Parish Council meeting
1st March 2022 Parish Council meeting
5th April 2022 Parish Council meeting
10th May 2022 Annual Parish Council meeting - 7pm start
17th May 2022 Annual meeting of the Parish
7th June 2022 Parish Council meeting
5th July 2022 Parish Council meeting
2nd August 2022 Parish Council meeting
6th September 2022 Parish Council meeting
4th October 2022 Parish Council meeting
1st November 2022 Parish Council meeting
6th December 2022 Parish Council meeting
Holcombe Parish Council meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm in Holcombe Village Hall
The agenda can be found 3 days prior to the meeting on the Parish website under the tab meetings 2022.
If you wish to have an item added to an agenda for discussion please contact the Clerk at email@example.com
HOLCOMBE PARISH EMERGENCY PLAN
The Parish Council has put together an emergency plan so that we are prepared to support the parishioners with any unexpected incident.
You might like to see the video which was shown at the Somerset Prepared Virtual Event recently.
Please click on the following link :- https://youtu.be/QW1tso1bJGw
We are blessed to be surrounded by beautiful countryside and extensive footpaths. Please click the link below to access a super interactive map showing all of the footpaths, bridleways and byways on our doorstep. Using the map you can even report footpath issues which will notify the Rights of Way team who will then investigate the report and action repairs.
Mendip Times - May 2020 Edition
A number of villagers from across a range of backgrounds have shared their experiences to demonstrate how they are coping with the lockdown during the coronavirus and to provide some food for thought for others in similar circumstances, which will be featured in the May edition of the Mendip Times. To read the full article please click the following link.