Call for villagers to have say on Anston's future

Call for villagers to have say on Anston's future

By Michael Upton | 30/08/2018

Call for villagers to have say on Anston's future

VILLAGERS will be urged to have their say on a new community plan to shape the future of their parish.

Anston Parish Council is holding a series of consultation meetings in September to  discuss the new masterplan.

Aims outlined in the plan include improving Brook Walk and Anston Stones Wood, upgrading the village’s parish hall and Anston Bowling Green, restoring the village skate park and playground and installing new facilities at Rackford Meadow.

Developments will focus on the areas around the stretch of pathway known as Duke of Leeds Way, which runs from Mill Lane all the way through to the Lindrick Dale entrance to Anston Stones Wood.

Cllr Myles Manship said: “We do want to engage the public in as many ways as possible so we can make it a propper community project.”

The meetings will be held at the Parish Hall off Ryton Road, North Anston, at 7pm each night from Friday, September 14, to Sunday, September 16.

A committee will be formed later in the autumn to draw up formal plans before carrying out more consultation and bidding for funding for the improvements.


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