Welcome to Orchard Park Community Council

Orchard Park Community Council came into being on 1 April 2009 although the elections to the Council took place later, in June 2009. The most recent election was in May 2011 and the next elections are due to be in May 2015, apart from any election which may be called for a casual vacancy.

A 'Community Council'  is another name for a Parish Council - the first level of government closest to the people and representing the concerns of the local community.

The council meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 7pm at The Orchard Community Centre. Everyone is welcome to attend any meeting with the opportunity to ask questions at the start of each meeting.

 

Yellow Lines

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The proposed Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) associated with Orchard Park was considered by the Highways and Community’s Infrastructure Committee on Tuesday 19th August, the recommendation to approve and make order as advertised was given. 

The Community Council will update timescales for the implementation to residents as the information becomes available.

   

Orchard Park Community Coffee Morning

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Coffee mornings are held on the first Tuesday of every month, 10:00 till 12:00. Why not join us for a Free coffee and chat, share ideas with others and make our community work.

 

Next Coffee Morning's:

 

Tuesday 4th November 2014 

Tuesday 2nd December 2014

   

Halloween at Orchard Park

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Come and join us at the Community Centre for a Halloween Themed Party!!


Join us on the 29th October at 4.30pm - 6.30pm for

 

Our Halloween Disco Party

 

 Scary games with loads of prizes to be won!!

  

The party is for children aged 5-11 and must be accompanied by an adult.

 

Tickets cost £1.50 which includes a drink and a snack and must be brought in advance .

For additional detail please contact the Community Centre on

 

 

 

01223 420 750

 

 

 

   
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