Four Marks Parish Council are the first tier of local government whose role is to serve the needs of Four Marks’s residents.
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Following the resignation of Cllr Kellie Knight, there is now a casual vacancy on the Parish Council. This vacancy will be filled by co-option if no by-election is called within 14 days of the date of this notice
PARISH COUNCIL NEWSLETTER
The inaugural Parish Council newsletter has now been distributed to all homes with the Parish of Four Marks. The aim of the newsletter is to reach out to all members of the community, even those who have no access to the Internet, and give a summary of the previous year's activities and details on this year's Precept increase. It is intended that this will be an annual publication unless demand dictates otherwise.
For further details on any of the past or present projects and initiatives, please refer to the Minutes, or contact the Parish Office for further information. There is a public session at the beginning of every Council and Committee meeting for the public to raise any issues of concern or requests for further discussion.
*DOGS ON LEADS PLEASE - Football Pitches at the Recreation Ground*
The Parish Council requests that all dogs be kept on leads on the football pitches at the Recreation Ground. The decision has been made in a bid to reduce the amount of dog fouling in this area, and by doing so help the people who maintain the pitch, and for the health and safety of the adults and juniors that use both the training and football pitches. Dogs are welcome off their leads in the cricket pitch area, but please ensure that your dog is under control at all times. Please help the Parish Council create and maintain a safe environment for the everyone who use this area.
NEW COMMUNITY BUILDING AND RECREATIONAL HUB
For a regular
and detailed updates on this project please see the appropriate page on this website. If you have any views or opinions you wish to feed in, please contact
the Parish Office, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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