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Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council
Concerned about Speeding in Brown Edge?
Join us on Saturday 24th September for a free Community Speedwatch training with PC Michelle Shaker at Endon Methodist Church at 10.30am.
Brown Edge Parish Council have now purchased a speed gun with the support of Cllr. Joe Porter who has funded £100 of the cost from the District Council Community Initiative Fund. We need the community to help us gather data on speeding traffic so that we can petition to get more traffic calming on High Lane. All welcome
Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council
The Book of Condolence has now been opened. This is located in the Village Hall which will be opened at 9am until 9pm. There is also an online book of remembrance available at https://brownedge-pc.gov.uk/condolence-book-for-her-majesty-queen-elizabeth/
These sentiments will be conveyed to the Private Secretary to the King.
Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council
Wreaths have been laid for the Queen at our designated location at Bank End. The next official event is the reading of the Proclamation at the Village Hall at 4PM All the community are invited to bear witness to this historic event.
Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council
In line with National and our own Protocol, the Parish Council flag will be raised at 11am today to coincide with the proclamation of King Charles lll. It will remain at full mast until our own proclamation service has been completed at around 4.30pm tomorrow when again it will be lowered to half mast.
Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council
The Parish Council will be laying a wreath at 9am on Sunday morning at Bank End in memory of Queen Elizabeth ll. Anyone else who wishes to attend and lay their own flower memorials are welcome to do so.
Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council
Somehow appropriate
Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council
Concerned about Speeding in Brown Edge?
Join us on Saturday 24th September for a free Community Speedwatch training with PC Michelle Shaker at Endon Methodist Church at 10.30am.
Brown Edge Parish Council have now purchased a speed gun with the support of Cllr. Joe Porter who has funded £100 of the cost from the District Council Community Initiative Fund. We need the community to help us gather data on speeding traffic so that we can petition to get more traffic calming on High Lane. All welcome
Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council
The Book of Condolence has now been opened. This is located in the Village Hall which will be opened at 9am until 9pm. There is also an online book of remembrance available at https://brownedge-pc.gov.uk/condolence-book-for-her-majesty-queen-elizabeth/
These sentiments will be conveyed to the Private Secretary to the King.
Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council
Wreaths have been laid for the Queen at our designated location at Bank End. The next official event is the reading of the Proclamation at the Village Hall at 4PM All the community are invited to bear witness to this historic event.
Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council
In line with National and our own Protocol, the Parish Council flag will be raised at 11am today to coincide with the proclamation of King Charles lll. It will remain at full mast until our own proclamation service has been completed at around 4.30pm tomorrow when again it will be lowered to half mast.
Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council
The Parish Council will be laying a wreath at 9am on Sunday morning at Bank End in memory of Queen Elizabeth ll. Anyone else who wishes to attend and lay their own flower memorials are welcome to do so.
Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council
Somehow appropriate