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ATTEMPTED BREAK-INS - In recent weeks there has been an increase in reports of attempted break-ins and threatening behaviour in nearby villages. Please report anything suspicious to 101.

200 CLUB RENEWALS - Remember to renew your 200 Club membership, or you could miss out on winning the monthly draw!. Click here for more information.

ALL SAINTS UPDATES - The Diocese has said that in principle they are happy for the south (rear) door of All Saints to be reopened, and are also happy for an eco-loo to be installed on site (instead of the portaloo).

If you are interested in supporting or volunteering to join the team who are working to upgrade All Saints Church, Click here for more details.

POLICE DROP-IN - The next scheduled police drop-in is taking place from 3pm-5pm at Hillside on 31st August. Click for more details.

200 CLUB - July winner is Elizabeth Hartland (£22), runner up prize to Nigel & Sue Massey (£11). Find details on how to join our 200 Club on the Village pages.

Travel

Caution: Road surface and sides damaged at Waterhay (from River Thames to Swan Lane).


Wider travel updates


Upcoming Village Events


POLICE DROP-IN - 3pm - 5pm. Friday 31st August. Hillside.

PARISH COUNCIL MEETING - 10th September (TBC)


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PARISH COUNCIL VACANCY

Sadly our Clerk, Jennifer, who has been with us five years, has had to resigned due to work commitments.  

So the Parish Council is looking for a new Clerk; this position is part time with some renumeration, taking about 8-10 hours a month only.  Laptop supplied.  It is an important and fun position if you are interested in the village and its future.  There will be a lot of help, guidance and support given as needed.  The position will include taking minutes at the meetings, providing agendas and keeping basic financial records as well as dealing with PC correspondence.

If you are interested, please do get in touch.

For more information please contact Mandy Thomas, Chairman on Mandy@waterhay.co.uk for more information.



KEEPING GUN-DOGS SAFE - We’ve been asked to share this article from the June edition of Shooting Times & Country Magazine. Written by Marc Jackson of Wiltshire Police, it explains to owners ways of detering potential thieves and keeping gundogs secure. Click on the link here.