Look at our Thermometer! There’s a certain magic in the number 199500! it’s just a jot short of the fantastic number of 200,000! Which so early in the year 2020 does have a certain magic feel about it. And it makes our target of 230,000 eminently achievable. Keep pushing folks!
A meeting of the ‘Save the Henry Jenkins’ membership will be held at the Mechanics Institute Village Hall, Kirkby Malzeard at 19.00 on 26th February 2020. All members invited to attend at this important moment within our campaign. More details will be published soon and a full agenda provided on the day.
If you want to protect our Community Facilities; if you want to provide our residents a choice; if you want to leave a legacy for our future generations; then you must let the Planning Inspector know. Let your voice be heard! Save the Henry Jenkins. A Hearing will be held (probably at the HBC offices Read more about Claybourn Appeal : The Facts![…]
The Appeal by David Fielder’s associate Justin Claybourn against the refusal of his recent planning application was activated on 31st January 2020. As expected, and previously mentioned, a formal Hearing, presided over by an Inspector from the Planning Inspectorate in Bristol, will be held in Harrogate on a date yet to be announced. Comments on Read more about Claybourn Appeal Activated![…]
We are still seeking people to join us to help relieve the strain on our overworked Company Secretary and to beef up our IT team. If you have Administrative and IT skills and would like to join us, please contact the chairman (HJCPLtd@gmail.com) and arrange a meeting. This would entail just a few hours a Read more about Interested in joining our team?[…]
We are proud to welcome 2 new advisors to our Management Committee. Will Parry, who has lived in Sawley for 3 years, will provide expert advice on Land & Property. A fully qualified Surveyor, after a career working within the established rural property agency industry, Will is about to launch his own Brokerage, Property and Read more about Beefing up the committee![…]
When the HJCP submitted an updated progress report to local parish magazine, ‘The Fountain’, in late November, for publication in December of 2019, our membership was 141 and the community shares we had sold amounted to £110,00. By the time we had submitted for the February edition our membership had swelled to 155 and the Read more about The Fountain[…]
The HJCP would like to thank the Plunkett Foundation for renewing our membership, commencing Monday 25th November, and, in addition, under the More than a Pub: Community Pub Business Support Programme, granting us a bursary of £2,500.00, which will help pay for all the ongoing day-by-day expenses of conducting our campaign, and several days of Read more about Plunkett Foundation supports the Henry Jenkins[…]
On the 7th November, although it has not yet been activated, David Fielder’s associate Justin Claybourn lodged an appeal against the refusal of his planning application on the ‘eastern-annexe’ of the Henry Jenkins with the Planning Inspectorate in Bristol. When activated, after due process, a Planning Inspector will adjudicate at a formal Hearing at the Read more about Planning appeal lodged on the ‘eastern-annexe’[…]
Wednesday 4th December. A meeting was held in Harrogate with Mark Codman, Legal & Governance Officer and Rachel Bowles, Corporate Affairs Director of HBC. The frank and detailed discussion centred on why HBC had refused the re-establishment of the ACV on the ‘eastern-annexe’ of the Henry Jenkins Inn. They gave us several reasons. a) They Read more about HBC & the ACV[…]