Central Bedfordshire Council is publishing the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Draft Charging Schedule from Monday 13 July 2015 for a period of six weeks until Monday 24 August and are inviting you to express your views by taking part in the consultation.
Have Your Say
The easiest way to have your say is online via our website at: www.centralbedfordshire.gov.uk/planning/strategic-planning/cil.aspx.
You can also email your response form to LDF@centralbedfordshire.gov.uk, or by post to Freepost RSJS GBBZ SRZT, CIL Consultation, Central Bedfordshire Council, Priory House, Monks Walk, Chicksands, Shefford, SG17 5TQ.
Eaton Bray Tennis Club will be opening its doors to anyone wanting to try tennis for free on Sunday 17th May.
Part of the national Great British Tennis Weekend campaign, the club will be holding an open event, where anyone is welcome to come down and have a 'smashing' time!
Club coach Sara Leavy will be at the club on the day to give free advice and guidance, supported by volunteers from the club committee:
"The event is running from 2pm – 5pm and is open to everyone, players of all ages and abilities, to come down and have fun on the day. There will be mini tennis for the youngsters, a ball machine for the more ambitious and even cardio-tennis for the fitness fans – and it's all free," said Sara.
Central Bedfordshire Council have recently received application CB/15/02260/SCN for "Mixed use development comprising residential of 50+ dwellings, community uses and open space" on land adjacent to Northall Road, Eaton Bray.
Eaton Bray Parish Council have responded with the attached letter:
- Eaton Bray Parish Council response to Planning Application CB/15/02260/SCN
The following map shows the proposed development, covering approximately 19.84 hectares:
Cha Char Chimps are a young childrens' interactive, musical entertainment show and they will be coming to Eaton Bray Village Hall every Monday from 8th June (except school holidays & 29th June when it's being used for something else).
From 10:30-11:30am. Mums, dads, grandparents, childminders all very welcome. No need to book, just turn up (£4 for 1 adult & child or £5 for a family). Drinks and cakes included in the refreshment break.
They have been running in Milton Keynes for 7 years and have noticed ladies travelling all the way from Dunstable, so we are coming over to your way now! Hope you enjoy it!
Chief Fire Officer of Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Service, Paul Fuller, is warning parents about the fire risk to children from fancy dress costumes. "These costumes are not covered by current children's clothing regulations," he says, "and the safety standard for them can be as little as a 'keep away from fire' label. This is not good enough and is putting children's lives at risk."
To raise awareness of the risk to children from dressing up costumes CFO Fuller has taken part in BBC TV's Watchdog with a segment of the show dedicated to the issue broadcast at 8pm on Thursday 14 May. The programme will show just how quickly some children's costumes burn if touched by a naked flame like a candle.
CFO Fuller is a trustee of the Children's Burns Trust, a charity that has become concerned by inadequate regulation of children's fancy dress clothing whose popularity has grown in recent years, partly sparked by film tie-ins with animated films and blockbuster action films.
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