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The official newsletter of Cold Ashby Parish Council, Countrylife, was available here but, regrettably, appears to have ceased publication since the retirement of the previous chairman. At present (May 2018) you can still access some back issues at the above link.
The Village Link also has a Cold Ashby News Page.
For the latest on the Covid Crisis in Cold Ashby please visit this page.
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11 October 2021Traffic Survey: Action Demanded By Over 90%.
Our Clerk to the Parish Council reports that “over 90% of the village rated 'traffic' as the number 1 problem and wanted the PC to do something about it.”
The survey was delivered to 97 households in Cold Ashby and, of these, 93 were returned!
At a meeting on Friday 8th October, our councillors successfully presented residents’ concerns to our local MP, representatives from National Highways, Prologis (DIRFT), and West Northants Council.
It was agreed by all parties that a full traffic survey should be conducted to determine “the root cause of the problem” and to meet in the new year to assess the findings and discuss “possible solutions”.
Hopefully, this is the breakthrough which campaigners in the village have been seeking for many, many years.
The minutes of this meeting have been published HERE.
25 September 2021Important Cold Ashby Traffic Survey
Cold Ashby Parish Council has succeeded in arranging a meeting on 8th October with politicians and representatives of relevant agencies concerning the Traffic Crisis in the village.
Councillors need and, of course, value residents’ opinions on this.
The short but comprehensive survey, delivered to all households in the village, takes very little time to complete.
This survey is also available online.
More details here.
19 September 2021Cold Ashby provides Pit Stop for Cycle4Cynthia Cyclists
The Sports Pavilion was back in action again this year to provide facilities for Cycle4Cynthia's participants on the 50 mile route.
Last year's event was purely 'virtual' while this year riders have the choice of the usual experience or their own route.
It's good to see so many on the road today, despite the rain!
The hospice celebrates its 45th 'birthday' this year.