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Remembrance Day Parade and Service
Sunday afternoon, 14th November 2021
Burton Latimer Town Council is responsible for the overall coordination of the parade and service in Burton Latimer with support from the British Legion and Parish and Baptist Churches.
The service of Remembrance will take place at 15.00hrs on Sunday 14th November at the Millennium Gardens (off the High St) following an approach march. More »
The service this year will be open air due to the restriction on numbers in the Parish Church. » Less
Posted: Wed, 13 Oct 2021 12:19 by Helen Denton-Stacey
Locations of Footpaths & Defibrillators within Burton Latimer
Posted: Wed, 13 Oct 2021 11:57 by Helen Denton-Stacey
Bullet Points of Town Council meeting held 5th October 2021
The Community Centre Trust has received formal notification from the Town Council advising they have resolved to cease as trustees for the Community Centre.
Cllr N. Padget proposed for the Remembrance service to be held in the open air at the Millennium Gardens with other churches involved due to the restrictions in place for church services. More »
The Town Council are to chase the planning application for the Churchill Way Car park for a swift resolution.
A Climate Change working party has been set up and is due to meet shortly.
The Events committee are finalising plans for the Christmas Light Switch on Event on Friday 26th November 2021.
An Oak tree is to be planted on 28th October at 2pm within the Pocket Park, this has been funded directly from Weetabix and will be carried out by Cllr A. Watts.
15 stalls are planned for the Farmers Market in November, the Town Council are looking at options to move to a street market.
The Town Council are looking at options to hold a defib training drop in session for residents.
The Town Council are looking at height restriction barriers for the Library and Harold Mason Centre carparks as patrons are unable to use due to vehicles being stored there.
Next meeting is to be held Tuesday 2nd November 2021 » Less
Posted: Fri, 08 Oct 2021 14:35 by Helen Denton-Stacey