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Extraordinary Parish Council meeting _ 5th August

A meeting of the Parish Council will be held on this coming Wednesday 7th August 2020 at 7.00 p.m. by remote Zoom meeting – any member of the public wishing to attend please contact the Clerk There will be a Public Participation Session of 15 minutes duration at the beginning of the meeting. Each person …

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Playground starts to take shape

The first item of equipment has been installed in the playground and the surface will be installed on Monday. really looking good.

Planning Appeal Cobby Castle Lane

  Urgent Notification for all residents.  Some residents have expressed concerns regarding the proposed development on Cobby Castle Lane.  In 2017 a planning application was made for 9 houses to be developed on the west side of Cobby Castle Lane. This application expired and a new application was made on 23rd December 2019 again for …

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Temporary Road Closure.

DARLINGTON BOROUGH COUNCIL   ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 (TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE) 2020 C37 BISHOPTON NORTH TO BOUNDARY   Darlington Borough Council has made an Order under the provisions of Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act, 1984, as amended, the effect of which will be to close:   C37 BISHOPTON NORTH TO BOUNDARY …

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Litter Picking around Bishopton

With the cancellation of the annual litter pick and the closure of litter bins, many residents have taken it upon themselves to “Litter pick” areas of the village. This has even extended to clearing fly-tipped rubbish! We are all grateful for the selfless help given by a number of residents. A special thank you to …

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Dog Fouling in Bishopton

Dear Residents, We all know that the dog bins and the litter bins have been sealed for some time now, but we still have irresponsible dog owners leaving dog faeces on the pavements and roadside. Even worse than this are those who pick up the dog dirt and bag it, only then to hang the …

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Pharmacy openings over Bank Holiday

Grass Cutting -The Village Green – Residents continue to help

Bishopton Parish Council would like to thank all the residents of the village with areas of the village green outside their properties for cutting the grass and keeping the area tidy whilst the grass is not being cut by Darlington Borough Council. The Council will be starting to cut the grass again in the future, …

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Booking The Tip in Darlington

Grass Cutting -Bishopton Playground

Bishopton Parish Council would like to thank Mr Adam Wallace for cutting the grass in the playground. .Mr Wallace has cut the grass twice since the ‘lockdown’ and we are very grateful for his service.