Local Eastbury and Moor Park News – December 2021

Batchworth Community Council is sponsoring the installation of the festive lights for the customary twenty feet tall Christmas tree on Eastbury Recreation Ground, in addition to a new tree in Moor Park. They will both be lit up until early January 2022. Likewise, the Council contributed £2,500 to help with the running costs of the Eastbury Winter Event in late November with Wenzel’s kindly donating 250 mince pies!

Councillors have approved a proposal to fund and install two new defibrillators in Eastbury/ Moor Park, with the logistics of proposed locations being researched at the present time. The Council has also pledged £500 to help support the CW Wildlife Rescue organisation, based in Rickmansworth.

All members of the public are very welcome to attend the Council’s Full Council, Planning and Finance Committee Meetings. Dates and agendas are listed on the Council’s website, with public participation sessions of 3 minutes per resident. Full Council and Finance meetings have now resumed as face to face sessions, taking place in Basing House, Rickmansworth.

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, especially after what has been such a turbulent year.

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