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 Please come along to the next Village Council meeting of the Village Council on Wednesday 3rd February 2016 

commencing @ 7.30 p.m.

at

South Green Memorial Hall

 Basildon Borough Council Local Plan Consultation Runs from the 28th January to 24 March 2016

All the consultation documents can be viewed at Basildon Borough Council website at:

http://www.basildon.gov.uk/arti…/2009/Local-Plan-2014---2034

Basildon Council will be holding ten identical public exhibitions across the Borough's five towns. The Billericay dates are below. All residents are encouraged to attend. No booking is required.

Monday 22nd February 2016 - 2.00 pm - 8.00pm

Saturday 12th March 2016 10.30 am - 4.30 pm @ the Billericay Day Centre, Chantry Lane, Billericay. 

All residents are welcome to have their say and respond to the consultation. Full details of which can be found on the Basildon Borough Council website as above. 

Summer Event - 2016

If you are interested in participating in the Summer 2016 event click on the link below for contact details  

Poster Fun Day Invite 2 

Switch On Event proves to be a SUCCESS 

click on the individual links to see photos of this year's Switch On Event 

The actual Switch On with Infant School Choir 

              report on the above mentioned event attended by upwards of 200 residents  

Saturday 5th December saw a crowd of up to two hundred village residents come together for the annual Village Council Christmas Lighting Up event at South Green Parade of Shops. The music of the South Green Baptist Choir got the crowd in a festive mood with a selection of traditional carols.

Then South Green Infants School choir, accompanied by The Head Teacher and Music Teacher, sang a sweet medley of modern carols which told the Christmas story. A helpful elf was on hand to announce Father Christmas who emerged from the green grocers with sweets for the children. Kacey Paxton and Amelie Walsh of South Green School and Cllr Danny Lawrence, Deputy Major of Basildon Borough Council, and of course Father Christmas, then pressed the plunger to light the lights at South Green shops. Kacey and Amelie were presented with a chocolate Father Christmas and a certificate in gratitude for turning on the lights.   

            


Report on the Village Council Fun Day held on Sunday 30th August 2015. 

Click on the link above to see photos of residents having a good time.  

FANTASTIC VILLAGE COUNCIL FUN DAY 2015 

Sunday 30th August saw village residents come together for the annual Village Council Fun Day. The music of Scottish Pipers, the Tilbury Brass Band and a Zumba display set the scene for the fun. For the first time a dog show was held on the green. Local dog owners paraded their pets who won prizes such as the Best Rescue Dog. Children were delighted with the Punch and Judy Show, face painting, and bouncy castles. Hooka duck, coconut shy and hoopla stalls provided more fun. A Village Crier, announced attractions while a pirate handed out sweets to the hildren. A model railway was on display in the Memorial Hall. Local retail and information stalls and the Lions book stall were a welcome part of of the day. The Baptist Church provided cream tea tokens for refreshments at Fresh and Tasty Bakery. Finally a free prize draw was drawn with prizes provided by John Baron MP, Tea for Two at the House of Commons, and vouchers from ous local retailers: Belchers Butchers, Ben Curtis Greengrocer, Tops Hair Fashions and the Cod Father Fish & Chips. At the request of residents Village councillors are already busy planning next year's Fun Day. 

 

 REPORT

2ND LITTER PICK OF 2015

SATURDAY 3RD OCTOBER 

             Despite a lower than normal turnout of the public, due to a foggy, damp morning, a respectable 6 or 7 black sacks were collected. Cllrs, Cottle, J and J Dear and Willingham attended preparing the equipment and collecting rubbish.  As the fog was quite bad it was decided to end the litter pick at 11.00am.  James Hendry had arranged for the black sacks to be collected and they were at 12.30pm from South Green Recycling Point.  James has been thanked. Subsequent litter pick dates will be discussed at January 2016 meeting.


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