Searching for sewage pumping stations
Thames Water is searching for privately owned sewage pumping stations that would become its responsibility next year.
Some customers may not be aware that the cost and responsibility of their pumping station will pass to Thames Water so they want to ensure they're aware of them.
For more details see this article
Jogle2015 - Peasemore Villagers raising money for The Brain Tumour Charity
In just over a weeks time our Peasemore residents Phil and Hebe Meredith are making their way to Scotland to start their charity bike raid from John O'Groats to Lands End in aid of The Brain Tumour Charity.
Downland Practice Questionaire - Have your say
The Downland Practice is being audited by the CQC in October and we all have a chance to have our say as to how the practice serves our needs. Click the read-more link for the quesionaire which needs to be completed by the middle of August.
Treasure Hunt & BBQ - Sunday 16th August 2015
- Start anytime between 11:30am and 12:30pm from The Fox pub
- Barbecue at the Pavillion on the cricket pitch from 1pm onwards
- Peasemore Cricket Club on the pitch from 2pm onwards
The Peasemore Committee would love you to come along and experience a treasure hunt around Peasemore. The hunt will involve travelling approximately 1.5miles (a similar distance to last year for those who attended), you will be hunting for certain items and/or recording information as you go along. The route has been selected so it should be walkable and rugged push-chair friendly,. Some quiet roads, some set-asides around the edges of fields and/or possibly grassy country paths. Bikes are probably un-necessary but usable, this isn't a speed game however be aware that you may be on short periods uneven ground so rugged bikes only! Horses are also feasible but may need to be walked for short periods.
Teams of whatever size you want within reason, children under 16 are free but for everyone else we ask for a contribution of £1/person towards village funds.
If you don't want to hunt you're still more than welcome to come along, chill on the pitch and tuck into the barbecue!
The Peasemore Cricket Team is also playing at home against Buckleberry starting at around 2pm so stay on and watch the match, relax and cheer your local team on they'd love the support.
Results of Speed Monitoring
In response to concerns raised by villagers the Peasemore Parish Council has been working with the local authorities to review the speeds of cars going through the village.
As part of this work the local authority installed 4 speed monitoring boxes for a period which monitored traffic at key points in the village.
A copy of the results is available for you to download
Historic insights of Peasemore now available
I've been passed a collection of transcripts of a number of talks done by Walter Brown in the last 1990's which provide a wonderfully interesting insight into Peasemores more recent anecodotal and experience based history but also details of the historic basis of the village and its surroundings. They make a fascinating read and have now been re-scanned and formatted so that hopefully they'll be available to anyone searching on the internet for information.
If you want to read about cricket matters, haunted burial mounds and why a Dumbledore isn't really a white bearded magician from hogwarts then visit the History Section to have a read
Annual Parish Meeting 2015 - Minutes
Peasemore Annual Parish Council Meeting Minutes
12th May 2015 8pm
PEASEMORE VILLAGE HALL
PPC Minutes 12th May 2015
Peasemore Parish Council Meeting Minutes
Location: Peasemore Village Hall
Date: 12th May 2015 9:15pm