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1206, 2017

Chair’s report to the Annual Town Meeting 2017

Monday, June 12, 2017|

Here is the report given to the Annual Town Meeting on 16th May 2017

 

Chair’s Report Annual Town Meeting 2017

506, 2017

Draft Minutes from the Annual Town Meeting

Monday, June 5, 2017|

Annual Town Meeting 2017 Draft Minutes will be approved at the 2018 Annual Town Meeting.

1705, 2017

Car Parking enforcement

Wednesday, May 17, 2017|

A MESSAGE FROM YOUR TOWN COUNCIL

Please read the Notice Board in the Catherine’s Close and Millbrook Car Park carefully!

Up till now the regulations have not been enforced.

This is about to change.

From 1 June the District Council enforcement officers will start to patrol our Car Parks.

If you stick to the rules you will not incur a penalty charge.

305, 2017

Castle Cary Annual Town Meeting

Wednesday, May 3, 2017|

The ANNUAL TOWN MEETING will take place on Tuesday 16th May in Caryford Hall

You can download an official Agenda here.

Fairtrade tea & coffee will be available

At 6.30 pm there will be a chance to view and comment on the Neighbourhood plan, catch up on the latest news on The Fairfield Project, see displays from local organisations about their activities and to meet Town and District Councillors to discuss local issues

The FORMAL MEETING STARTS AT 7.30 pm:

AGENDA
1 Welcome and introduction of Councillors
2 Apologies for absence
3 Approval of the 2016 Annual Town Meeting minutes
4 Chairman’s report
5 Presentations by Town Councillors & others:
Planning
Neighbourhood Plan
Marketing & Communications
Youth
Properties & Infrastructure
Finance

6 Presentations from Ward Councillors
7 Questions, answers and other matters for discussion
8 Thank you and good night.

2504, 2017

Castle Cary Inaugural Boat Regatta-May 1st

Tuesday, April 25, 2017|

Boat Regatta 1st May

2704, 2017

CARY RAMBLERS GROUP…

Thursday, April 27, 2017|

….have had a busy Spring….

Our 2017 walk programme began from the Village Hall, Oakhill where conditions were very wet and muddy underfoot as one would expect at this time of year. However, our spirits were lifted at the first signs of spring with early snowdrops and catkins on trees.

Early February did not deter many to walk in the rain from Alfred’s Tower towards Park Hill Camp near Stourhead. We then congregated to enjoy our post-Xmas lunch at the Bull Inn, Bruton.

Beginning of March remained wet but enjoyed a walk from Charlton Horethorne. Abundant spring bulbs appeared with vibrant colours. Witnessed our first Skylark hovering above in the dull grey sky with their distinctive chorus.

Mid March took us by train to Chetnole, in the Dorset countryside. A warm, mild and sunny day with lots of wild primroses and daffodils among hedgerows. Crossed typical Blackmore Vale pastureland, taking in Melbury Osmond, Melbury House in wonderful parkland and Melbury Bub.

Late March we re-visited Stanton Drew. After viewing the Bronze Age stone circles there, we proceeded towards Norton Malreward. We then climbed up to the Iron Age hill fort on Maes Knoll offering wide ranging views over Bristol and beyond.

Mid April tooks us through old Bruton along the Rive Brue towards South Brewham returning via Hardway to Hauser & Wirth. Saw wild blackthorn blossom and cowslips.

We meet at lower Millbrook car park on alternate Wednesdays and leave promptly at 9.30am. For more information contact Anne Pitt on 01963 359621.

2404, 2017

Summer 2017 Newsletter

Monday, April 24, 2017|

Summer 2017 Newsletter

1003, 2017

Sign up for Cary Crier-our ‘Town Crier’ for local news and important issues

Friday, March 10, 2017|

To receive messages about important town issues and events, contact Carycrier@outlook.com and ask to be put on the mailing list. You will not be bombarded with rubbish and your email address will not be given to anyone else.

2002, 2017

The chance to have your say on where the new dualling of the A303 goes…

Monday, February 20, 2017|

Lots of detail and a link to the online survey here: A303 Sparkford to Ilchester proposals and survey

2002, 2017

‘Help about Cary’ will support people affected by cancer

Monday, February 20, 2017|

‘Help about Cary’ will support people affected by cancer

If you are or have been affected by cancer you can share your views on the type of practical support that would be helpful and in doing so shape ‘Help about Cary’ a new volunteering scheme which will launch later in the year.  Please take part in the survey either online or by collecting a paper questionnaire from your GP surgery.   ‘Help about Cary’ is being set up by local residents with the assistance of Macmillan Cancer Support.  It will aim to offer practical help to cancer patients and their families in Castle Cary and the surrounding areas.

Link to survey: HelpAboutCary survey