East Hagbourne Parish Council appreciates and respects the service of the Duke to the community and offers its sincere condolences to his family.
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The letters, with your unique access codes, have all gone out and responses are already coming in.
“A successful census will help give the best picture of the needs of everyone living in England and Wales,” Iain Bell, deputy national statistician at the Office for National Statistics, said. “It helps us understand what our society needs now and what it will likely need in the future.
We’ve had a fantastic response so far, with so many of you completing the questionnaire on your laptops, phones and computers.
“It takes just 10 minutes per person to take part and if you can’t get online, there are paper forms available for those who need them. Now is the time to make your mark on history.”
A family member or friend can also complete the census online on your behalf if you give them the unique code you have received in the post.
Operating in line with the Government’s latest Covid-19 guidance, field officers will be deployed across the country to contact those who have not responded. They will offer help and advice to those who need it. They will also remind people that their census response is required by law.
This census is the most inclusive yet. Everyone can identify as they wish using search as you type online and write-in options on paper if they need it.
The questionnaire includes questions about your sex, age, work, health, education, household size and ethnicity. And, for the first time, there will be a question asking people whether they have served in the armed forces, as well as voluntary questions for those aged 16 and over on sexual orientation and gender identity.
Results will be available within 12 months, although personal records will be locked away for 100 years, kept safe for future generations.
To complete your census, and to find out how you can get help, please visit census.gov.uk or call 0800 141 2021.
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15 02, 2021
A number of people recently volunteered to help the Parish Council with an application to ensure the footpath alongside Hagbourne Village Hall is officially noted as a public right of way.It is evidently a very well used footpath and has been for over 100 years according to some historical local maps – but has never been officially registered. As it is such a well used route it is important to record it correctly.In order to reach as many people as possible, the form is attached to this article. If you would like to complete it to support the application we would be most grateful. Please complete the form individually as requested on the statement form – and feel free to send this to anyone else you know who could complete one and help the application.The period of time we need evidence to cover is 20 years (so since 2000), but current users of the path who have shorter usage timeframes can also provide important evidence, particularly with the proximity to the school. Those who have been using the path for several decades will be very much appreciated.The statement attached is a little long winded but thankfully short answers will typically cover most questions. A suitable map showing the route has already been added on page 6 of the document to save you some time. Please note the specific request for initials only on the map rather than a full signature so you don’t get caught out!The clerk is happy to accept scanned or photographed copies of the completed documents if you have this option, if not then please do pop your paper copy into the letterbox at 12A The Croft, East Hagbourne (but only as part of your daily exercise in current circumstances as this is not essential).If you are able to complete and return the form by 26th February that would be very helpful, if you need a little more time or have any questions please contact the clerk firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks!Laura, Parish Clerk
14 02, 2021
The first HUGS Annual General Meeting at 2.00pm will be held on on Saturday the 27th of February.
Having started up last summer, we’re now a larger group on the committee and are managing public funding for our owl project, so we now need to be more formal in how we run our activities.
We’re keen that lots of you join us from the three villages at the AGM and find out more about our plans for the 2021/2022 work programme.
Zoom link for AGM Meeting ID: 816 8730 9468 Passcode: 282936
If you have ideas for future projects that you’d like to see HUGS run, do send us your thoughts to email@example.com by February the 20th and we can talk about them together in the meeting.
The Agenda and supporting documents will be posted at https://tinyurl.com/ze6uhg51 https://www.hugsustainability.org/
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