Liddington Parish Council News


The Parish Council would like to remind all residents that if your property has shrubs or hedges alongside pavements or public footpaths please take time to ensure that they are kept trimmed well back so that users have clear paths to walk on and don’t have to come face to face with branches or have the need to step out into the road. This advice also applies to overgrown hedges/shrubs or trees from within your property boundary that may result in cars, buses and delivery vans having to drive in the middle of the road.   It is your responsibility not to cause a nuisance. Thank you.


The Parish Council has received several complaints regarding the amount of dog poo being left on the field and around the children’s play area. Please clean up after your dog. It is both irresponsible and an offence that could lead to a maximum fine of £1,000.


Unfortunately due to the continuing fight against the pandemic and based on advice from the National Association of Local Councils and the Department for Housing, Communities and Local Government, it was not possible to hold the face to face meeting that was planned for October.  It seems likely that the need to hold meetings virtually will carry on for some time to come.  If you would like to join a meeting to watch and listen to the proceedings, the Zoom joining details will be included on the agenda.  Alternatively any comments or questions can be sent to the Clerk, or telephone 07989 647438. Any points raised in this way will be answered inwriting and in the minutes.

The next meeting of the Parish Council will be held on Wednesday 4th November 2020 at 7pm.

Val Curtis, Clerk to Liddington Parish Council