The Thorner Village Spring Clean will take place over the weekend of 22 May 2021.
You can select when during the weekend you collect rubbish. Pickers, gloves, high-viz and rubbish bags will be provided. We just need your time to pick the rubbish.
As last year, the event has been planned as a socially-distanced event. For more information on how to take part, contact Sheila at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The annual parish meeting will be held online on Tuesday, 27 April 2021 at 7pm. A report, draft minutes and agenda will be published seven days prior to the meeting. To join the meeting, due to Coronavirus guidelines and restrictions, you will need a Google account as it will be held using Google Meet. This is a public meeting and is open to any residents of Thorner. As it is a virtual meeting, a reduced agenda has been created and local groups have not been invited to present.
Annual Parish Meeting
Tuesday, 27 April · 19:00 – 20:30
Google Meet joining info
Video call link: https://meet.google.com/zwg-hpuj-kvy
The annual parish meeting is chaired by the chairman of the Parish Council, but all parish residents are able to raise matters and speak at the meeting.
Reports, Minutes and agendas are available on this web site and are posted for a time on the Parish Council noticeboards.
The next parish council meeting will be the Annual Parish Council Meeting and will be on Tuesday, 4 May 2021 at 7pm. This will be a virtual meeting. Should you wish to attend, email the clerk at email@example.com.
The minutes and agendas of meetings are published on this web site and on the Parish Council noticeboards.
The Parish Council has three noticeboards in the Village, those on Church Hill and the Boules Shelter on Main Street are for the Parish Council. The Agenda/Minutes and other information concerning Council activities can be found here.
There is also a noticeboard on the Boules Shelter for Community Group news. The key can be obtained from the coded key safe. Please ask a councillor for the code.
Due to the second national lock down, Thorner Parish Council has published the November Thorner News as an electronic edition for the first time to support the request by the government to Stay at home.
Download the newsletter for updates on the following and an article thanking those villagers who have contributed to the amazing community response to the first lockdown and over the summer.
This newsletter contains articles on Thorner Beck Group, Ramsey’s Fold, highways, footpaths, christmas trees, Victory Hall, the church, tennis club, Junior Youth Club, Church Hill phone box and the latest directory of contacts.