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June 2021

The next Parish Council will take place on Thursday 17th June 2021, starting at 7pm, at the Bodle Street Green Village Hall.

We have been advised that in order to comply with UK government restrictions, a maximum of 6 members of the public will be able to attend this meeting. There will be strict CoVid-19 protocols in place to ensure the saftey of members of the public, our Councillors and the Parish Clerk. If you wish to attend, where possible, please notify the Clerk at least 24 hours before the meeting. This will allow us to ensure approriate seating/social distancing is in place for your protection.

Members of the public should arrive between 6.20 and 6.25pm and enter the village hall individually; entry will be via the main door. Please use the hand sanitiser, which will be provided, and go straight to one of the allocated seats. Masks will be required to be worn unless you have a medical exemption. We will also have to take a record of names and a contact telephone number of anyone who attends the meeting to comply with UK government requirements. These details will be held confidentially by the Parish Clerk for 21 days after the meeting and only used if required by NHS Test and Trace.

At the end of the meeting members of the public should leave first, one person at a time, exiting via the door leading to the patio area.