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  • LAPC Minutes - 8th November 2018

    The minutes of the PC meeting held on Thursday 8th November 2018 are attached for information.

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  • Agenda for LAPC Meeting December 2018

    The agenda for the next meeting of the Parish Council on Thursday 13th December 2018 at 7.15pm in Cartmel Village Hall, is attached for information.

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  • Parish Magazine - Winter Issue

    The Winter issue of the Parish Magazine is attached.

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  • LAPC Minutes - 11th October 2018

    The Parish Council minutes for the meeting held on Thursday 11th October 2018 are attached for viewing.

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  • LAPC Agenda - Meeting 8th November 2018

    The next meeting of the Parish Council will take place on Thursday 8th November 2018 at 7.15pm in Cartmel Village Hall.  Copy of the Agenda is attached.

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  • Colton Parish Council - Vacancy Parish Clerk

    Colton Parish Council is looking for someone with experience of working with committees, managaing basic accounts and budgets, and ideally having worked in local government or simliar organisations.

    Thew role requires working from home for a 'flexible' 10 hours per week initially at the standard local government pay scale rate SP19 of £10.08 per hour.   Paid holidays, mileage allowance, laptop and printer are provided but you will need internet access.   A home office allowance is also payable.

    We are a friendly and cooperative council, the work is varied and interesting, and training is available.  Experience of using Word and Excel is essential, and some knowledge of Wordpress would be desirable.  If you could be interested and want more information, please e-mail: davidhoyle1@gmail.com or telephone 01229 860390.

  • LAPC Agenda - Meeting 11th October 2018

    The agenda for the next meeting of Lower Allithwaite Parish Council is attached.

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  • Cartmel Parking Permits - Renewal

    NOTICE

    IF YOU HAVE A RESIDENTS PARKING PERMIT AND/OR VISITORS PERMIT DO NOT FORGET TO RENEW IT AS IT WILL EXPIRE IN OCTOBER/NOVEMBER AND CCC IS NOT SENDING OUT REMINDERS.  

    Read the original letter that came with the permit and apply to them for a new one. Otherwise you risk getting a fin

  • Minutes LAPC Meeting 12th July 2018

    A copy of the Parish Council minutes for the meeting held on Thursday 12th July 2018 at 7.15pm in Cartmel Village Hall, are attached for information.

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  • Dog Control Order - 1st December 2018

    King George V Jubilee Playground and Allithwaite Community Orchard and Meadow.

    Dog Control Order.

    At Septembers parish council meeting it was decided to carry forward the proposed “Dog Free Zone” known as the Dogs Exclusion Order Allithwaite. Five letters were received by the council and were discussed at the meeting, two letters against the formalisation of the no dog’s area and three in support of the councils proposal. After due consideration the council voted to formalise the “Dog Free Zone” for both areas including the permitted footpath as prescribed in the Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act 2005 but registerd assistance dogs are exempt.

    As both areas are interlinked as play areas for children the decision was taken to continue this link as both the areas are well used by children of all ages. The meadow, area it is also felt should be dog free as the grass is harvested by a local farmer.

    The Order will start on Saturday 1st December 2018 and official notices will replace the present parish notices and will be displayed at all entrances.