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News Archives 2011: Greasley Parish Council news archives from 2011

Featuring archived news articles from the Greasley Parish Council website from the year 2011...

CHAIRMAN:
The current Greasley Parish Council Chairman...

Added: 13th December 2011

Current Greasley Parish Chairman, Cllr Christine Bird of Watnall

Pictured above, the current Greasley Parish Council Chairman, Cllr Christine Bird of Watnall.

THE GREASLEY GLOBE:
The latest edition of the Greasley Globe now available...

Added: 28th November 2011

Greasley Globe Front Cover November 2011

We're pleased to report the latest edition of the Greasley Globe is now available for download in PDF format (simply click the above image to view this latest edition).

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Download 'Greasley Globe' (November 2011 edition) (PDF 1.12MB).
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BILL NEWTON DUNN MEP:
Bill's Bulletin from Brussels...

Added: 28th November 2011

Bills Bulletin from Brussels - Spring 2011 edition

We're pleased to be able to bring you this Newsletter from local MEP representative Bill Newton Dunn, available for download in PDF format (simply click the above image to view this edition).

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Download 'Bill's Bulletin from Brussels' (Spring 2011) (PDF 1.99MB).
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MEETINGS:
Meetings of the Parish Council 2011 - 2012

Added: 24th August 2011

The Greasley Parish Council and Committee Meetings Schedule for 2011 into 2012 has been published.

GREASLEY PARISH COUNCIL:
Members of the Parish Council 2011 - 2012

Added: 17th May 2011

The list of Council Members for Greasley Parish Council has been updated to reflect the results of the May 2011 elections. View the updated list of Council Members on our Council Members page.

GREASLEY PARISH COUNCIL:
Parish Precept Held Steady

Added: 16th February 2011

Greasley parish councillors have acknowledged the uncertain financial future facing many families and have budgeted for a zero increase in the parish precept.

This means that for a Band D property the council tax for parish purposes will remain the same at £49.86 pence per year or just 96 pence per week.

Read the full article here... >

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