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Monday, 31 August 2020

Bugle - September 2020

The September 2020 edition of the Bugle has been published.

Just below are thumbnails of the page images. To enlarge any page image, click on the thumbnail below. Once you have the individual page, you may also need to click on the magnifying glass in your browser, where you can view the page at its original size...









The text of the Chair's Report has also been added to the Residents' Association page.

The archive of back issues of the Bugle is here: Bugle Archive.

Monday, 24 August 2020

HS2 Burton Green Oak Tree and Road Closure Protest

There will be an Extraordinary Meeting of Burton Green Parish Council on Aug 24th, 2020 at 7:30pm.

The meeting is scheduled to take place via Zoom, meeting ID: 863 2544 1122. Password available on request.

The meeting will consider the situation surrounding the proposed felling by HS2 Ltd of an oak tree at the corner of Hob Lane, and the closure of Red Lane, Hob Lane and Cromwell Lane for 16 weeks, including the consequences for Burton Green School in Hob Lane.

The meeting will also consider as an objective the passing of an emergency resolution calling on Jeremy Wright to immediately involve Andrew Stephenson, the Minister of State at the Department for Transport with special responsibility for the HS2 Project, on this issue.











Acorns....






Sunday, 9 August 2020

Burton Green Produce Show 2020

In line with many other community events we unfortunately now have to cancel this years Produce Show.  We are adhering to all the guidance for the use of village halls and the show cannot be accommodated within the indoor hall space available

However, in its place we are planning a 'Burton Green Pop Up Produce Market with Tea and Cakes'.  We hope to be selling the following and are encouraging the community to help stock the stalls with home produce including the following:

  • Homemade Jams, Curds and Pickles etc labelled with the Month and Year they were made
  • Spare Fruit and Vegetables from your garden
  • Garden Plants and smaller plant cuttings - please start to take cuttings now
  • House Plants and smaller plant cuttings - please start to take cuttings now
  • Cut Flowers from your garden
  • Herbs
  • Garden Bulbs
  • Anything else garden/produce themed you can think of!

Tea/Coffee and the always delicious cakes will also be on sale.

We anticipate this all being held within the car park which will mean that no parking at the hall will be available so if possible please walk. 

This event will take place on Sunday 13th September, time to be confirmed but probably 1pm-4pm.  

More information will be sent around closer to the date regarding how donations will be collected.  Thanks to all in advance.