7.00 p.m on Tuesday February 11th 2014 in the Iron Room – Boughton Lees
PLEASE COME ALONG
You are cordially invited to attend the second AGM of Boughton Aluph and Eastwell Residents’ Association. We plan to bring you up to date with what we have achieved since our inaugural meeting. There is a lot going on that may have implications for communities across Kent and in particular in rural areas where small and large scale housing developments may occur quickly. We hope that what you hear will encourage you to join us and support our aims. It is intended to allocate two hours for the meeting with extra time if needed for questions and answers.
Committee Members will present themselves for re-election and we would welcome nominations from any interested in becoming committee members. Please advise the Secretary, Elspeth Watt, by phone on 01233 813810 or by e-mail at Elspeth.email@example.com We expect that the formal business of the meeting will take about 20 minutes. We will then progress to the main topics of concern for our community in the coming years in particular and beyond.
The BA&ERA was formed in November 2011 with the aim of achieving and maintaining a vibrant rural Parish of Boughton Aluph and Eastwell, quite distinct in several ways from the adjacent relatively concentrated urban area of Goat Lees/Trinity Road.
The current committee consists of :
Chairman – Derek Anthony; Vice Chairman – Frank Avery; Treasurer – John Faulkner;
Secretary – Elspeth Watt; Committee Members – Robert Oliver, Hugh Davies, Caroline Archer,
Norma Devereese, Laurie Fermor and Alan Vaughan.
Rise your awareness.. today..in just 5 minutes..!!
Thousands of new homes built… planning processes.. Sustainable strategies!!
A constant desire from residents is to know more, what, where and when… The residents association, Parish Council and ABC are working on a Plan… please take the time to watch the above clip if you missed Sundays Countryfile – it’s one of the first clips, not very long but very very good at explaining the current drive to building, planning and community impact.
A big thank to Elspeth, an active member of the residents association for sending me the above link. I have great pleasure in sharing it on our blog.
Do watch it, it will only be avaible until next weekend (5 days and counting)