There is a drop in session tonight in the Village Hall, 7:30 – 8:30 for the draft Neighbourhood Plan. Go along and see paper copies of the plan and discuss any queries you have.
It is your plan, how you want the parish to be over the next 20 years so make sure your comments are in by Friday 8th December
Badby Bake Off Cook Book is here.
Free tasting of the cakes and cookies included in the cook book on Saturday 25th November, 10:30 – 13:00 in Badby Village Hall.
Cook books will be on on sale, ideal Christmas presents.
All proceeds to Church restoration fund
Come to the Drop in Sesion this Sunday, 12th November in Badby Village Hall, 2:30 – 3:30 for a chat about the plan and to look at paper copies.
The Parish Consultation of the Draft Neighbourhood Plan is your chance to have your say. Do you agree with the vision for the Parish or do you think there are points that need amending.
Please let us have your feedback before close of the consultation on 8th. December.
The next meeting will take place on Monday 13th November at 7.30pm in the village hall. Documents for the meeting are the BPC Agenda 2017 11, BPC Draft Minutes from last month and the BPC Budget Draft for 2018/2019. The agenda will be issued on the parish noticeboards later today.
The new recipe book, full of sumptuous cake and bun recipes, is now available – just in time to buy for Christmas presents.
The book is spiral bound so that it lays open flat, has xx pages including the photo of villagers taken on August 18 outside the church porch.
Copies cost £10 each with all profits going to the St Mary’s Church restoration fund.
Available now from Lib (01327 702859), Judy (07752 384969), Moira (01327 703292), Frances (07717 337048, Janet (01327 702833) or Patricia (01327 361364)
Tea and Meet this Friday November 3rd, 2:00 – 3:30 in Badby Village Hall will include a display on the Neighbourhood Plan that is currently out for consultation.
Come and chat whilst you eat cake and drink tea and look at the display and paper copies of the plan.
Your chance to ask any questions about your Parish plan. Is it how you want to see the Parish develop over the next 20 years? Has the plan got it right?
Look forward to seeing you there
See here for this November’s films and the Opera night at Badby & District Film Society.
Be prepared for disrupted journeys overnight from 8pm – 6am from Nov 6 -10. The Highway Authority has made a temporary traffic regulation order to allow closure of the A361 from Stefan Way to Byfield between 8pm and 6am from Monday until Friday, November 10 for a deflectograph survey and coring at every 500m.
Both these tasks are independent of each other and therefore cannot be time controlled. Residents of the sections closed will be permitted access to further reduce the impact.
The deflectograph survey measures the maximum deflection of the road surface at about 4m intervals simultaneously in each wheel path while the deflectograph vehicle travels at a constant very slow speed.
The close spacing of the measurements enables short lengths of weakness to be identified. The results therefore provide in a single survey both network level assessment of condition and project level detail where the need for strengthening is identified.
Although the measurements are taken on the road surface the deflection measured is the sum of deflections in all layers of the road, including the sub-grade on which the road has been built.
This means that the measurements reflect not just weakness visible at the surface, but also weaknesses that are developing within the pavement.
Open Day today – 2:00 – 4:30 in the Village Hall. Your chance to find out more about the plan and see if it is what you want for Badby Parish.
This year we commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the Battle of Passchendaele and remember all our soldiers who gave their lives from both World Wars at a family Remembrance Service at 11am on Sunday, November 12.
We are very pleased that Major Rich Green from the Army Air Corps has kindly agreed to speak at the service, which will be followed by refreshments.
Please come and join us.
The WW1 exhibition display was reinstated in the church after the village history exhibition ended.