Local Ricky News – December 2021

Batchworth Community Council is once again the sole sponsor of the festive lights in Ricky High Street and Moneyhill Parade, as in recent years. In addition, this year will see new lights in Church Street. Also for 2021, both trees near the library and Watersmeet will be lit up. Last year one was unavailable due to essential pollarding work.

The Council recently awarded a grant of £500 to help support the work of the CW Wildlife Rescue organisation, which is based in Rickmansworth, in addition to the sum of £2,500 to support the Ricky Town Team’s Winter Event in late November.

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 website, with  public participation sessions of 3 minutes per resident. The Finance and Full Council meetings are now back to being held face to face, at Basing House, 46 High Street, Ricky WD3 1HP.

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 such a turbulent year.

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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.