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Cotford St Luke Parish Council



Update: INFORMATION POST FROM THE LOCAL POLICE BEAT TEAM

Please contact 101 at the time of any incident that requires Police attention.

Or email or contact the Beat Team via their contacts if you would like to pass on any information confidentially at any time.


Update: New Multi Use Games Area

The Parish Council have successfully transferred the tennis courts from Taunton Deane to be owned by the village. Work has started to upgrade  court one (with a new fence, net and post) and the court two will be turned into a Multi Use Games Area and marked up for football and basketball. A new footpath is being built between the courts with disabled/push chair access.


Our Website

The aim of our website is to provide useful information about the village and the activities of the Parish Council.

The first residents of Cotford St Luke moved into our village in 1998, since then our village has grown to around 950 houses, situated within an area of natural beauty.

On our website we outline the roles and services provided by the Parish Council along with details of our councillors, dates, meetings and copies of agendas and minutes. This site also enables you to find out more about our community and the various activities taking place throughout the year, as well as obtain up to date information about local services and businesses.

Please contact us if you have questions concerning the work of the Parish Council, or if you would like to get involved in our work in any way.


2018 Projects

  1. Build a Multi-Use Games Area on one of the tennis courts and upgrade the other court for continued use by villagers
  2. Improve the play provision for 6-12 year olds available on the main field. For details of the proposed play provision plan and timeframe please click here
  3. Make improvements to the paths both within the village and in surrounding areas (where possible)
  4. Hold a village open day in the spring day to showcase the new equipment and features within our village

Newsletters

1-2 times a year the Parish Council compiles a newsletter providing useful information about our village and also outlining the work we have completed over the last few months. In the past these have been printed and distributed as a paper copy, however we are now moving to digital distribution and their availability on our website. If you wish to view the most recent newsletter please click here. Alternatively if you would rather we send you the latest newsletter on its release via email , please click on the ‘Join Our Mailing List’ button on the right side of this page or click here.


 

  We would like to start a community speedwatch programme within the village, if you are able to help please contact the Parish clerk (June Payne) or Peter Gunner.   For more information please see the Avon and Somerset Speedwatch site:   Click here

Forthcoming Events

Dec
12
Wed
2018
4:45 pm Pilates with Susanna @ Community Hall
Pilates with Susanna @ Community Hall
Dec 12 @ 4:45 pm – 7:00 pm
Two Mixed ability pilates classes on Wednesday evenings at the times detailed below: 4.45 – 5.45pm 6 – 7pm For more details contact Susanna on the details above or see her facebook page /pilatesbysusanna  [...]
7:30 pm Slimming World @ School Hall
Slimming World @ School Hall
Dec 12 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
All event details are provided to the best of our knowledge at the time of updating the website. We suggest you contact the event organiser prior to attending to avoid disappointment.
Dec
13
Thu
2018
2:00 pm Toddler Church @ St Luke's Centre
Toddler Church @ St Luke's Centre
Dec 13 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Toddler Church Time: 2.15pm to 3.15pm every Thursday during term time Age: Babies, Pre-school toddlers, parents, grandparents, carers and guardians are all very welcome Cost: Free (donations for tea/coffee and pennies towards a charity we[...]
6:30 pm Badminton @ Community Hall
Badminton @ Community Hall
Dec 13 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Thursdays 6.30-8.30pm : ‘The Shuttlecocks’ Badminton Club, Cotford Community Hall.  If you’re 16-70 and fancy a game, do come along and give it a try, or just come along to watch first if you prefer.  Contact[...]