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News and Events
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It has come to the attention of the Parish Council that several outbuildings have been broken into in the past few days in Kings Ripton. Please be sure that your property is secure and that you remain vigilant.
~ Kings Ripton parish Council
Kings Ripton Parish Council Agenda
Meeting 19 June 19.00
Kings Ripton Village Hall
2. Declarations of interest
Close of meeting for any comments from the public on items on the agenda
3. Re-open meeting
4. Planning decision – proposed crematorium
All village residents are welcome to attend.
Please note – The Parish Council would appreciate any views on Agenda Item 4 by email in advance of the meeting to firstname.lastname@example.org , as this will give councillors more time to consider them. However, points made between Agenda Items 3 and 4, will of course be considered. Many comments have already been received on Agenda Item 4. These have been noted and do not need to be sent again.
Any parish residents with strong views on planning applications are advised to make them to Huntingdonshire District Council planners, which can be done here
As last year’s plant sale was so popular, it is back again – for one day only.
Saturday 29 April – 10 – 12.30
A group of gardening enthusiasts have been growing seed, splitting plants and taking cuttings.
The sale will be held from 10 to 12 on Saturday 29 April at Kings Ripton Village Hall, on School lane, just opposite the church. All proceeds from the sale will go the village hall, which is a registered charity.
Tomatoes and peppers, tobacco plants and pastel clary, colourful phlox, delicate lily of the valley and bright yellow rudbeckia. Village residents have been generous enough to donate all these and more. Everyone is welcome to come along and find something to add to their garden – and maybe bring along any spare plants they have. It doesn’t matter if you don’t know what a hemerocallis is. There’ll be people around to help with colour, sizes and where to grow them. Come along, help the village hall and grab a bargain.