Moreton Say Coffee Morning


Over 20 residents of Moreton Say came along for a presentation on the Neighbourhood Plan on the morning of February 21st. The cakes and coffee were good too! It was a really useful event, which threw up some interesting questions, and marked the start of the data gathering over the 3 parishes. Don’t forget, that there is another ‘open forum’ event in Moreton Say Village Hall on Tuesday 12th March at 7:30 p.m., and if you cannot make that one but are still interested in finding out more, please have a look at the events in the other parishes. You are more than welcome to attend one of those, and the dates and times can be found in the events on the right of this page. Failing that, contact any of the Steering Group members and we can give you more information.

Have your say

The Steering Group members in each parish have organised events at which you can find out more about the Neighbourhood Plan and how it affects you. You can have your say on the day, or fill in a small questionnaire online HERE. Have a look at the meeting dates on the right hand side of this page for the meetings most appropriate to you. We have created events both during the day and the evening so that hopefully everyone will have an opportunity to attend.

If the meetings in your parish are not convenient, have a look at the dates in the other 2 parishes. This process is for a single Neighbourhood Plan to cover all 3 parishes, so any meeting can be relevant to you.

Moreton Say Event Invitations

For those living in Moreton Say Parish, you should find an envelope dropping on your doormat over the next few days, with the dates of the daytime and evening Neighbourhood Plan events planned for the Clive Hall.

Other arrangements have been made to send out this information for Adderley and Norton-in-Hales.

If you do not receive this information, please contact one of the representatives for your parish on the Contacts Page.

Communications Strategy Meeting

This was a very helpful workshop which Renee from SRCC ran for a representative from each Parish Council. It highlighted the ways of communicating including updating the website and press releases along with the events in each Parish and also the documents which were needed within the Neighbourhood Plan process. It was also explained that it was sometimes the smaller tasks which needed extra volunteers to help with and suggested that everyone tried to identify different people who may be able to help with these smaller tasks.