CORONAVIRUS – DO YOU NEED HELP?
If you need assistance with anything Tickenham Parish Council is able to help. We can assist with
- Collecting medications
- Or just a phone chat if you’re feeling low
Just ring one of the following: John Banks 07778 519983 Pam Trenchard 856234Ann Loader 07443 598877 Mike Perrott / Lesley Hudswell 854160 Vena Prater 07740 085015 and we will arrange for someone to contact you.
JOINT SPATIAL PLAN
The Joint Spatial Plan (JSP) is currently the subject of examination at a series of hearings in Bath. There are three “Matters” which seriously affect Tickenham: the most relevant of these is Matter 7.7(c) relating to possible development in Nailsea and which poses the question –
Is there evidence that the development of the SDL is viable and developable, including in respect of necessary infrastructure provision, during the JSP plan period?
(SDL = Strategic Development Location)
Tickenham Parish Council has responded and appointed Cllrs John Banks and David Franks to represent it at the hearings in the autumn sessions. A copy of the response is attached here:
Two other Matters [6.3 and 7.4(c)] are also relevant and the attached submission also applies to those.
JOINT LOCAL TRANSPORT PLAN 4
This document gives more detail about the transport proposals contained in the Joint Spatial Plan. Below is the response from Tickenham Parish Council.
PUBLIC MEETING, 2nd JANUARY 2019 – UPDATE
About 150 Tickenham residents attended the public meeting on 2nd January to be informed about the West of England Joint Spatial Plan (November 2018). The Plan includes a proposal for a road from Hanham Way, Nailsea, to join the B3130 near Washing Pound Lane: it would carry hundreds more vehicles through the village to the M5 J20 at Clevedon. So far as could be identified, all those present preferred a direct link road to J20 through the valley – as was proposed many, many years ago! Obviously there are concerns about the impact of that route too, but it is unbelievable to think that a route through the heart of Tickenham is acceptable – or even sensible. Such was the feeling at the meeting that an action group has been formed to fight Tickenham’s corner! A copy of the slide presentation from the public meeting is available below.
Tickenham Parish Council
Tickenham Parish Council has been in existence for getting on for 100 years and before that the Parish Meeting for a further thirty or forty years! Many things have improved over that time and the Council continues to consider a variety of issues affecting the village, not least planning applications and highways issues. There is much variety and some frustration but being a parish councillor is a commitment to maintaining the ethos of the village.
Tickenham is served by North Somerset Council. Cllr Nigel Ashton is our Ward Councillor and holds a surgery during the monthly Village Market (2nd Saturday of the month) in the village hall committee room, from 10.30am.
- Your councillors
- Parish council meeting minutes
- Contact the Parish Council
- Refuse Collection Days
- Nigel Ashton Website
- North Somerset Life (download or request a copy)
The parish council meet every 2nd Thursday of the month in the village hall committee room, from 7.00p.m. The Annual Parish Meeting is held in April and the Annual Meeting of the Parish Council (when it elects its officers) is held in May.
A taste of Tickenham past …
1894 First Parish Meeting
1895 Allotment rent is 8s4d (42p) per annum
1918 Request for reduction in rats in village
1923 Election of first Parish Council
1924 10mph speed limit requested
1925 351 parishioners attend Annual Parish Meeting
1930 Problems with water on the road
1946 Top of Hill Lane has no water, electricity or gas
1953 TV sets at Village Hut for coronation
1966 Talk of street lighting: residents say ‘no’
1972 ‘Gardeners Question Time’ held in village hall
1975 Street numbering of Clevedon Road
1980 Village Field purchased
1992 Tickenham wins Best Kept Village competition
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