Parish Council Elections May 2
Are you passionate about your village? Do you want to contribute to the community?
At this year’s local government election, you will be voting for your Parish Councillors.
To be a Parish Councillor you need to be able to commit to attend the bi-monthly Council meetings and occasional local forum meetings.
You’ll need a positive outlook and a can-do attitude and be willing to be part of a team of like minded people. A sense of humour will also help! Enthusiasm and commitment are more important than experience.
Parish Councillors are volunteers and give up their time to work on behalf of their local community and serve a four year term.
Nomination process – The forms and guidance notes for completion can be found here, Parish Nomination Pack and Parish Candidates Guide. Or downloaded from the Milton Keynes Council website Elections May 2 where there is more information about the Local Elections. If you have any queries please contact the Clerk who will be happy to help.
Nomination forms must be hand delivered by the candidate to the Returning Officer at Milton Keynes Council between Monday 25 March and 4 pm Wednesday 3 April.
Smart Motorways Programme M1 Junctions 13-16 Road Closures
For the most up-to-date information go to – https://highwaysengland.co.uk/projects/m1-junction-13-to-junction-16-smart-motorway/
Highways England Customer Contact Centre – 0300 123 5000 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Home Security Assessment
Our local PCSO Arlene Ormston can offer residents a free home security assessment. If you would like to make an appointment please contact Arlene email Arlene.Ormston@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk
There is also a Home Security Advice leaflet that can be found here – Home Security Advice.
Moulsoe Parish Council has a vacancy for a Parish Councillor.
The role of a Parish Councillor is to bring local issues to the attention of the Council and to help make decisions on behalf of the community.
You will need to be able to attend the bi-monthly Parish Council meetings and also attend other local forum meetings throughout the year.
Enthusiasm and commitment are more important than experience.
Parish Councillors volunteer their time to work on behalf of their local community.
To be eligible for election, a person MUST:
- have lived within 4.8 kilometres (three miles) of the parish.
- be 18 years of age on the day of nomination
- be a British citizen, Commonwealth citizen, or a citizen of the Republic of Ireland or a citizen of another Member State of the European Community
- be shown in the register of electors in the local government area for which he or she intends to stand as a candidate; or
- have resided in the area for a period of one year; or
- have occupied as owner or tenant land in the area for one year; or
- have had his or her principal, or only place of work in the area for one year.
The term of office will run until May 2019 when Parish Council Elections will take place.
For more details please contact the Clerk to the Council
Play Area Improvement Project
The project has now been completed and was officially opened on 30 December 2017.
It has greatly improved the facilities for children in the village and enhanced the play area and playing field.
While the BDUK2 rollout of upgraded broadband services to Moulsoe is still a long way off we are pleased to announce that an improved broadband now available in Moulsoe. Independent ISP IDNet has been working with Moulsoe Parish Council and Cranfield University to develop a wireless broadband solution to service Moulsoe village and beyond.
There are already a number of active connections in the village with speeds ranging from 10Mb to 50Mb (dependant on location) and these users have indicated that they are happy to share their experiences with other residents.
Since Moulsoe has been categorised as a sub-2Mb standard broadband area there are grants available to cover standard installation of the new service. The Better Broadband Scheme is under constant review and grant value and availability is not guaranteed as BDUK assesses available funds, so, if you are interested in improved broadband, you should apply as soon as possible so you do not miss out. For more information about the service and the grant, contact IDNet at email@example.com.
Recycling & Waste Collections
Recycling and Waste collections take place every Tuesday, except on or around bank holidays. Collections for bank holidays are usually on the Wednesday.
Please remember, don’t leave your household waste blocking roads or footways or outside other people’s property. Your sacks/receptacles must be placed at the boundary of your property nearest the highway by 7am on the day of collection. Don’t leave sacks/receptacles out for collection too early – too early is considered to be before 5pm the day before your collection so as to mitigate the causes of spillage and prevent detriment to the local area. For more information about Recycling and Waste, visit www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/waste-recycling
Additional recycling sack are no longer available to collect from the various collection points in the area. To order additional recycling sacks you will need to order online via the Milton Keynes Council website. For more information visit www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/waste-recycling/bins-bags-and-boxes/pink-sack-deliveries
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Last updated 15 March 2019