There will be a virtual Parish Council meeting on Monday 29 June 2020 at 7.30. Agenda will posted on this site and on noticeboard shortly. If you wish to participate in this Zoom meeting please contact firstname.lastname@example.org who will provide you with necessary details to join in.
As this Friday is an unique Bank Holiday in lockdown and when we will be commemorating VE Day, in addition to your photos of your walks in and around Buckworth, it would also be a fantastic record to have photos of the people in the village on this day, if you would like to take a picture of yourself and your household on Friday and are happy for it to be put on the Parish council web pages and Facebook , please send your photos to email@example.com
These pictures will make a record of this weird and strange period in the history of the village and the country, and will be of interest to future generations. It may be possible to put on a small exhibition at a later date.
Mayday on Monday May 4th would normally be marked by the annual May Day walk for charity. This year it will not be possible for obvious reasons. However the Parish Council would like to invite all parishioners whilst out on their allowed exercise in and around the village and on the surrounding footpaths to take a photograph of something that catches their eye, a view, an animal , a flower, etc etc. These can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and will be uploaded to these pages and to the parish website. The Parish council hopes that these pictures will raise the spirits and act as a record of these unusual times in our beautiful village.
Traditionally at the start of the May Day Walk a bucket would be passed round to collect for a nominated charity. This year the Parish Council will be supporting Head to Toe, the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust Charity.
The Parish Council is looking a a clerk to start in April 2020. This will be a paid position. If you are interested please email email@example.com for further information.
After many years of service to the parish and the council, Mrs Margaret Warrener has decided to retire from being a councillor. The Parish Council would like to thank Margaret for her many years of devoted service to the parish and the wider community.
Consequently there will be a vacancy on the council.. If you are interested in becoming a councillor , please contact the acting clerk , Fiona Morrison on firstname.lastname@example.org