Local Eastbury and Moor Park News – December 2020

Despite the cancellation of the annual Eastbury Event at the recreation ground for this year, a suitably huge Christmas tree at 20 feet tall has been ordered ( from Birmingham), and will be lit up as usual from the end of November, to bring a festive feel to the area. Robson’s Estate Agents are kindly providing sponsorship towards the cost and we greatly appreciate this gesture of goodwill.

Plans are afoot to plant daffodil bulbs at the recreation ground to welcome  the Spring -watch that space!

Please take a minute to log onto the local Neighbourhood Plan website at https://batchworth.commonplace.is/ to comment on shaping the future of our local area. Please also sign up to be part of a local focus group to discuss this further, at https://www.batchworthplan.org.uk/focusandsteering-group.  If you have no access to the internet, please phone the office number below to comment.

All members of the public are very welcome to attend the Council’s Full Council, Planning and Finance Committee Meetings. Dates and agendas are  on the Council’s website, with public participation sessions of 3 minutes per resident. Meetings are currently held remotely via Zoom, with log ins on the website.

The Councillors and Officers of Batchworth Community Council would like to take this opportunity to extend their warmest wishes to residents for an enjoyable holiday break, whatever its format, given these uncertain times.

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Batchworth Community Council works with local organisations to protect and improve the social, recreational and environmental well-being of the lives of all who live, visit or work in Eastbury, Moor Park and Rickmansworth.