They are holding a public exhibition on Wednesday 1st November between 10.30am and 7.30pm in Norton Disney Village Hall Members of the companys development team will be on hand to discuss the plans in more detail and answer any question you might have.You will have the opportunity to provide feedback on the proposals at the event.This would be a factory that receives lorries loaded with dead animals and waste products (many tonnes per day) and turns these into products like pet food or fertilisers.
They have not yet put in a planning application but intend to do so very soon but the sooner they receive overwhelming opposition, the better.
They have rented the Village Hall in Norton Disney for a "public exhibition" between am and pm on Wednesday 1st November 2017.
From this suggestion four projects were proposed As you can imagine these ideas brought interest and enthusiasm from a variety of individuals who agreed to research each specific project and feed back to the Charity with their findings.
Each project produced their own progress reports and it was agreed in principle that the Charity take on all four projects (the Village Seat had been withdrawn) and I would like to bring everyone up to date on each projects progress and development.
Each month a team of volunteers produces The Witham Staple, organises printing, distribution and delivery to 2500 homes in the Witham villages.
Each year the number of copies increases and we need more help to ensure we maintain our high standards.
(By us holding these meetings it has facilitated the Charity to ensure the Village prospers appropriately.) Firstly it was brought to our attention that there were problems with the French Drain adjacent to the Multi Use Area, it needed protecting from damage by vehicles and we were informed that the Hammond Hall Sub-committee were looking into ways of how this area could be safeguarded.
Early on in the year a suggestion was made for ideas to be brought forward to the Committee for projects that the Charity could be involved in whether they be short term or long term ventures.
We know the community relies on and appreciates the magazine, which has been going for over 50 years on one form or another.