PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:
Tuesday 24th September at 7pm at Ottery St Mary Town Council Offices
Ottery St Mary Town Council's Environmental Task Force 'Greener Ottery' would like to invite Councillors and Volunteers from across East Devon and beyond to meet the Town Councillors and residents who make up Greener Ottery and learn how they have tackled the Climate Emergency declaration and the projects they have started
If you have any queries or questions about the meeting, please contact:
Councillor, Ottery St Mary
| The Mayor, Councillor Roger Giles, will be holding a Mayor's Surgery at the Council Offices at 8 Broad Street every Friday morning from 10am - 12 noon. Anyone living in the parish of Ottery St Mary is welcome to drop in to discuss issues of concern.|
On Monday 23rd September from 14:00 - 16:30 tenants in Ottery St Mary are invited to an informal meeting at the Community Centre in Yonder Close to meet with EDDC and their contractors. People will be encouraged to share their thoughts on how the repair service is working and learn how to work with EDDC to improve the estates and community within the town. Tea and cake will be provided.
|MAYOR ATTENDS CITIZENSHIP EVENT|
Earlier this month the Mayor of Ottery St Mary, Councillor Roger Giles, was pleased to attend a Citizenship event at the King's School. This picture shows him congratulating Isaac, who had been elected as Prime Minister of Year 8.
Ottery St Mary has declared a Climate Emergency as it is committed to making changes to ensure that the Town does everything possible to contribute to a cleaner and better future for the next generations.
We need volunteers to be part of the Working Group. This committee will take advice from experts, carry out its own research, talk to their neighbours and work out what Ottery St Mary can do to make a difference. It will also report back to the Full Council with a series of proposals and ideas for the Council to enact.
PROPOSED DEVON & SOMERSET FIRE & RESCUE SERVICE CHANGES - 12 WEEK CONSULTATION
Following the announcement of proposed changes to Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service which were presented to the Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Fire Authority on Friday 28th June 2019, the Fire Authority has agreed a 12 week consultation period and are very interested in hearing local citizens and stakeholders views on these proposed changes for a new service delivery operating model.
Under the new proposals, the Service would seek to move underused resources from where the risk is low and invest more into work to reach the most vulnerable members of society and help keep them safe. This includes proposed closures of a number of fire stations where risk and activity is low and the removal of fire engines that are underused.
For more information around the consultation, proposals and to take part in the consultation online, please follow the link https://tinyurl.com/y2tccrrc
HELP SHAPE THE FUTURE FOR HEALTH AND CARE IN DEVON
You are invited to share your views on this important matter by taking part in a survey. The deadline is 5th September so to complete the survey please follow this link https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BetterDevon
If anyone in the vicinity would be available to post Agendas onto the noticeboard near Ottery St Mary hospital on behalf of the Town Council, please contact our office.
CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU
Sadly, there will no further Citizen Advice Bureau meetings for the foreseeable future in Ottery St Mary. This is due to the entire service being under review. If the situation changes, we shall let you know.