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  • Minutes of April 09 Meeting

    November 20th, 2009
    by Gillian Kelly
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    Meeting held 7 30pm, Wed. 18th March 2009 , Ballafesson Hall.

    These Minutes are edited (but only slightly).  The full version including all financial details is available from the Clerk.

    Present: Mr A Tinkler (Chairman), Mr P Gunn (Vice-Chairman), Mr P Vernon,Mr D Cain. Apologies: Mr D Radcliffe.

    There were no members of the public or press in attendance.

    1.  MINUTES: The Minutes of the Meeting held Wed. 18th February 2009, having previously been circulated, were taken as read and agreed a true record.

    2.  MATTERS ARISING

    a)  Estimates 2009/10.

    DoLGE had been informed that the Rate for Rushen had not changed and remained at 67p in the pound.   The press release had appeared in the Manx Independent.

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  • Minutes of Public Meeting 18th February 2009

    November 20th, 2009
    by Gillian Kelly
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  • Minutes of Meeting held at 7 30pm Wednesday 21st January 2009 Ballafesson Hall.

    September 23rd, 2009
    by Gillian Kelly
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    These Minutes are edited in part – full Minutes available from Clerk

    Present:–  Mr A Tinkler (Chairman), Mr P Gunn (Vice-chairman), Mr P Vernon, Mr D Cain, Mr D Radcliffe.

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  • Minutes of Meeting held at 7 30pm Tuesday 16th December 2008, Ballafesson Hall

    May 23rd, 2009
    by Gillian Kelly
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    The following Minutes are edited but you can contact the Clerk for the full version or more information on anything of interest in these Minutes.

    Present:-  Mr A Tinkler (Chairman), Mr P Gunn (Vice-Chairman), Mr P Vernon, Mr D Cain, Mr D Radcliffe.

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  • Public Meeting, Thursday 29th 7:30PM

    January 22nd, 2009
    by Gillian Kelly
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    Rushen Parish Commissioners & Ballakilley Working Party are holding a public meeting at 7:30PM, Thursday 29th January 2009.

    The meeting will be held in the Infants’ Hall, Rushen School.

    Make the most of this chance to give your views on how/if the land at Ballakilley should be zoned for development.

    In attendance will be members of the commissioners of Rushen, Port Erin and Port St Mary, Rushen MHKS, Planning Department, Nomads Rugby Club, Rushen Burial Ground, and Heritage Homes.

    Did you give your views to the Southern Area Plan Consultation last year? The next stage will be out in a few months – make your views known.

    For further information contact Gill Kelly (Clerk to Rushen Parish Commissioners)
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  • Flower Festival 2008

    July 24th, 2008
    by Gillian Kelly
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    St Peter’s Church, Cregneash, Rushen.

    St Peter’s Church took part in the annual Flower Festival and all the flowers were beautifully displayed. The theme was ‘Hope Springs Eternal’ and it was interesting to see how the different people had interpreted it.

    A model display depicting an aging thatched Manx cottage with a \'For Sale\' sign in the garden, with the caption \"Hoping for planning permission\"The display outside the Church was particularly pertinent to the Village of Cregneash. This showed a Manx cottage in need of repair with the words ‘Hoping for Planning Permission’. It is well nigh impossible to get planning permission for anything other than very minor changes to properties in Cregneash as Manx National Heritage opposes the applications even though it is not a Conservation Area.

    The Flower Festival Service on 6th July was combined with two Baptisms and the Church was full and overflowing.

    You can see more photos in our Flickr feed.