The parish Council will be laying its Rememberence Wreath at the War Memorial within the Church Grounds on Saturday 11th November shortly before 11am , followed by the two minutes silence . All residents are Invited to attend.
Mr Jack Lowe a resident of Preston for 90 yrs recently visited the Clerk to show his new Medal . Jack has been awarded the Peace Medal by the Government of Korea, please see the copy of the letter and the certificate he also recieved on our images page. Naturally Jack is very proud of this achievement and as a Parish council we wish to share his pride with the wider community and wish him huge congratulations.
The clerk is very happy to advise that she has now successfully completed Level 2 of her Training and obtained her ILCA qualification which also equates to 8 CPD POINTS . The Next stage level 3 is the CILCA qualification. This training and assessment is allocated to a full year and 6 mths to complete the portfolio requirements and the Clerk intends to start this early in the new year.
The council office will be closed from Thursday 10th August until Tuesday 22nd August 2017.
Following the council meeting on 10th July 2017 which was very well attended by local residents, several residents raised the issue of the traffic situation in Preston and the concerns they have with examples of how the situation effects them and their families, the council has contacted ERYC several times recently with requests to review the situation but to no avail.The residents at the meeting expressed a wish to contact the ERYC themselves which the council fully supports and with that in mind would like to provide residents with a few pointers and a point of contact.These will follow shortly once the clerk has had them from the ERYC.
The Clerk has obtained a supply of the Kitchen Caddy Bags for a trial , she recognises that some residents may have difficulty getting into Hedon to obtain these bags and would like to say that residents of Preston now have an opportunity to collect theirs from the office situated behind the Community Hall, The clerks hours are 10am -1.30 pm mon , tues weds and fri, however she does have to make some outside visits ,bank post office, posters etc and on these occasions will endevour to leave a few rolls outside the office in case anyone visits during these times.
The council recieved notification from a resident that a structure had been put up at Cranswick Country Foods , as our understanding is this was to be temporary structure but from evidence seen the structure looks to be of a permanent nature .ERYCC Enforcement has been to view and at the moment we are awaiting their response.The council Thanks the resident for bringing this to their attention and upon further news will update accordingly.