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Dates for the next 6 months - all meetings on a Tuesday unless otherwise stated as below
Planning start 7.00 pm
Recreation start 7.30 pm
Main Committee start 7.30 pm
Election day 2nd May 2019
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Avon and Somerset Police are currently seeking nominations for their 'Be Proud' awards, where you can nominate a member of staff who you feel has gone above and beyond in their role. There is a specific category, within the awards process, for 'Neighbourhood Officer of the Year,' which includes Sergeants, PCs and PCSOs who work within neighbourhood policing.
To make a nomination, you can fill-out a short online form on the dedicated website at: www.beproudawards.com
I hope you will agree that SGT Adrian Fallow, PCs Natalie Jones and Paula Manos do an excellent job supporting your community, not least at the Community Engagement Forums.
If you would like to nominate her or any other Police officer/ PCSO you will need to get your nomination in by Jan 27th.
Equalities & Third Sector Team
Phone: 01454 868113 / Webpage: www.southglos.gov.uk/cef
South Gloucestershire Council, Department for Environment and Community Services, Safer and Stronger Communities, PO Box 1954, Bristol BS37 0DB
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Consultation opens on the Member Awarded Funding (MAF) scheme:
The Member Awarded Funding (MAF) scheme funds projects in South Gloucestershire provided by voluntary and community groups, charities, social enterprises (VCSE) and Town and Parish Councils. In March 2016 the Council's Environment and Community Services Committee agreed to implement the MAF scheme and this was launched later in the year. As part of this it was agreed that the MAF process would be reviewed initially after a twelve month period and thereafter as appropriate with any changes identified and implemented as required.
It is essential that this scheme meets the Council's legal obligations, provides transparency and clarity for local groups and safeguards public funding in a proportionate manner. However, it is also important that all users are able to comment on how the scheme has operated and, where changes are identified these are considered and applied as required to improve the system.
Have your say:
You can tell us your views on the operation of the MAF scheme by clicking on this MAF Review Survey link.
This consultation is open from 3 September until 19 November 2018.
The findings from this consultation and views gathered from Councillors will be considered at the Executive Member Meeting in December 2018.
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Olveston Football Club will be referred to as OUAFC and the Parish Council will be referred to as OPC.
Over a number of years, the status of the Recreation Ground at Old Down, a registered Village Green has been discussed but not to any great extent or detail. Specific matters have been have been looked at but not really the green as a whole. Due to events in the last six months there has arisen a need for the current council to gain a greater and more rounded understanding of the implications of having and managing a Village Green and the balance of improvements for the betterment of lawful sports and pastimes.
There is also a realisation by OPC that the issues of a Village Green are more complex and far more open to interpretation than it first thought. Because of this OPC is considering consulting specialists in the field of Village Greens and Common Land to reinforce its understanding of the restrictions and limits in relation to what has already occurred on the village green since the 1969 registration and what the council would like to do in the future.
This will help OPC to ensure that the Village Green remains appropriately protected, whilst maximising its potential in its use for lawful sports and pastimes and preventing unnecessary harm to the green.
It has become apparent that there have been a number of rumours and OPC would like to set the record straight in regard to the following items:
Clerk – Olveston Parish Council
Our Parish Clerk, Richard Rogers, is leaving us as Clerk and will cease employment at the end of June 18
Richard has been Clerk to The Council for the past seven years during which time he has successfully navigated the many edicts and directives from South Gloucestershire Council. At the same time he has managed the increasing complexity of our Council business.
Chairman – Olveston Parish Council