Issue 51                                               December 2017


Just to remind everyone this coming week is quite important as far as the future of our Borough is concerned.

Tuesday 12 December there is a full Council Meeting at Christchurch Civic Offices at 6 pm when various matters will be discussed and debated including extra funding for Avon Beach promenade, the Regent Centre and car parking in the Town Centre.

Thursday 14 December at 6 pm at the Civic Offices counting will begin to determine the outcome of the Referendum. Only Councillors will be present for the count but we are expecting a public announcement sometime after 7 pm and will try to let our members know the results as soon as they are available. Whilst the Chief Executive of Christchurch is insisting that this Referendum is not legal if enough residents return their papers with a resounding NO then it will be difficult for him to refute their views and opinions.

Friday 15 December at 10 am at Christchurch Civic Offices the third meeting of the Joint Committee of Christchurch, Bournemouth and Poole will take place. Christchurch only has two members as part of this large contingent of councillors from Bournemouth and Poole, you can listen to what this committee has to say when they air their views on the future of our Borough should the Minister decide on 8 January 2018 that we should join with Bournemouth and Poole to make up the super council which everyone is talking about. This meeting is open to the public and we would encourage as many members and residents as possible to attend.

As we said this is an important week for our Borough and one which could change the way we live and the environment of Christchurch forever.



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