Cley Parish Council are seeking a new Clerk following the resignation of Louise Stevens. It is a great loss for the village of Cley to lose a local, knowledgeable and dedicated Clerk. Louise had good local knowledge of the village and the people living in it. This helped understanding within the Parish Council. Louise also undertook managing the Allotments and collecting rents etc. The Parish Council wish to thank her for her commitment and time over the past years.
Chairman Mark Randell.
Nothing to do with J K Rowling – this is a real vacancy on Cley Parish Council. Click the link for the full official guff.
SUNDAY 7TH MAY
8am – 12.30pm
We are holding a working party at Cley quay to install riding posts and further mooring posts. It is intended to also clear and tidy the quay ready for the oncoming season, all are welcome and doubtless we will repair to The George after our efforts for some light refreshment.
A note of caution; It usually rains on a working party day!
Also a reminder that on the 13th May we have a fleet of Cockle sailing dinghies coming to Cley harbour on the morning tide, arrival about 9am. There may even be tea and coffee for you if you wish to welcome the fleet to Cley.
The Project’s latest Newsletter is now available for download. Cley Harbour Newsletter April 2017
Architect’s sketch of the proposed new housing on the disused part of the allotment gardens, Cley.
The designs for new social housing that Victory Housing Trust are proposing to build on the unused part of the allotment gardens were displayed at the church on Tuesday afternoon, 4 October, with representatives of Victory and of the District and Parish councils in attendance. Prior to this comment forms had been delivered to every house in Cley. The Council wish to remind residents that they have until the 26 October to get their replies to the Clerk, Louise Stevens. We would urge as many as possible to do this.
Please note that the Quay Car Park and access road will be closed for dredging of the harbour from 31st January to 6th February inclusive. There will be a certain amount of machinery and plant coming and going during this week which might cause some inconvenience. Please bear with us in this, as we will be doing our utmost to keep disruption to a minimum. The footpath from the George garden through to the quay will be accessible for viewing the dredging but not for access to the quay car park or mill, please use the alternative footpath beside the Old Customs house.
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