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Oak tree on The Green

Oak tree on The Green

Leigh Parish Council recently commissioned a tree survey for the land it manages. Excluding The Spinney, there are over 140 trees to look after. They are part of what makes Leigh such a beautiful place to live, travel through, work in and visit. Part of the crowning glory are the huge Oak trees on the green. In order to keep them healthy and safe they need a crop.

The large oak tree on the corner of The Glebe, next to the post box (pictured) needs a crown clean. As it sits in the conservation area it needs to be approved by MVDC planning. Once that has gone through, the work will be completed as soon as possible. There will be more work over the next couple of months as we work through the ‘to do’ list.

Leigh village Green from The Glebe

Playground update and new climber

We have had lots of visitors at the playgrounds since reopening which is lovely to see. In order to keep the playground safe and open we ask that you observe the following:

  • Maintain social distancing. Stay at least 2m apart
  • Be considerate in terms of how long you visit for so that others do not have to miss out
  • If the playground is busy and social distancing is not possible, please come back at another time
  • Do not enter the playground if you have been diagnosed with, or experiencing symptoms of, coronavirus
  • Do not bring food or drink into the playground
  • Ensure that your hands are clean before entering and when leaving the playground
  • This site is not serviced for cleaning or litter picking. There should be nothing left behind.

We are delighted with our new conical climber and we hope your children are too!

 

Next Parish Council Meeting on Monday 15th June

Through the power of technology and a change in legislation, we will be holding the next Full Parish Council meeting remotely on Monday 15th June from 7:30pm. The software we will be using will be Zoom. Should you want to join the meeting please contact the clerk directly on leighparishcouncil@gmail.com for join up instructions.

The meeting agenda will be published on Wednesday 10th June and the meeting minutes will be uploaded for those unable to attend afterwards.

Kind regards,

Laura

Clerk – Leigh Parish Council

The roadshow dates for Future Mole Valley

The roadshow dates for Future Mole Valley are listed below:

They may be locally focused but officers will be able to respond to any site location at all events.

Friday 14th February at Hookwood Memorial Hall from 3pm -7pm
Saturday 15th February at Dorking Christian Centre (large hall) from 1pm-5.30pm
Monday 17th February at North Leatherhead Community Centre from 3pm-7pm
Wednesday 19th February at Ashtead Peace Memorial Hall from 3pm -7pm
Thursday 20th February at Beare Green Village Hall (Main Hall) from 3pm -7pm
Friday 21st February at Ockley Village Hall from 3pm -7pm
Monday 24th February at Leatherhead Institute (G6/Larkin Room and library) from 3pm -7pm
Tuesday 25th February at Capel Village Memorial Hall from 3pm -7pm
Friday 28th February at Leigh Village Hall from 3pm -7pm
Monday 2nd March at MVDC Offices Pippbrook, Dorking (Committee Rooms 1 and 2) from

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