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Advisory Committee - The Pavilion, Tithes Lane, Tickhill

 

Tuesday 12th September 2017 at 7.30 pm

 

Minutes

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                      

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                      

 

 

 

Partnership Meeting

21st August 2017 9.00am 

Pavilion, Tithes Lane, Tickhill

 

Notes

 

Present were: Cllrs J. Hoare, J. Bergin, G. Whitehead, L. Mayes and B. Keith

D.M.B.C. Stronger Communities: No One present

D.M.B.C Borough Councillors: N. Cannings and M. Greenhalgh

D.M.B.C. Team Tickhill: No one present

Clerk M. Cannings-Clough

One member of the Public

 

Apologies for Absence were received from Cllr M. Marrison, P Woolston and I. Henderson.

 

Notes of Meeting 24th July were agreed.

 

Progress: The recreation ground area continues to attract anti social behaviour and drugs paraphernalia has been found strategically hidden.

 

Some wild flowers have been cut back on Alderson Drive to give the ones at the rear a chance to be seen. It was considered that perhaps the seeds used this year are not true native blooms.

 

D.M.B.C. Information (Borough Councillors)

 

The Borough councillors had dealt with a problem relating to:

The new scheme introduced for purchasing care packages by using allocated “Tokens”

¨ Over hanging trees from the school field on to private property.

¨ A resident had contacted the Borough Councillor reference the “Traffic Island on Doncaster Road Scheme” and there will be a meeting arranged.         

¨ D.M.B.C. has remarked the junction of Doncaster Road and Common Lane.        

¨ SYPTE are to run a service from Sheffield to Robin Hood Airport.

 

Stronger Communities Information (R. Marshall). No one was present and no apologies had been received.

 

Team Tickhill (F. Jeeves) No one was present and no apologies had been received.

 

 

Tickhill Town Council Information (TTC members).

 

¨ Tickhill Town Council members were unable to pass on concerns to Team Tickhill as there were no representatives from the departments.

¨ The Cricket Club events continue to attract excessive road parking and the bus has had difficulty in getting through once more. It is feared if the problem is not resolved the bus will stop running.

 

Forthcoming events:

 

¨ Tfest 23rd September 2017 with an event on the Friday beforehand at the Cricket Club. Tfest have reassured the Council that road closures have been applied for.

¨ Presumably they will be applying for Public Foot path closures too.

¨ Late night shopping and turning on of the Christmas lights 23rd November 2017.

¨ It is hoped Caroline Flint will be turning on the lights this year. All road closure application forms have been submitted by TTC.

 

Members Items:  Great Black Lane will be discussed at the council meeting on 22nd September.

 

Date and Time of next Meeting: 25th September 2017 9.00.am The Pavilion Tithes Lane Tickhill.  

 

 

 Members of the meeting are requested to inform the Clerk of their availability to attend.

 

This meeting is restricted to 1 hour

Tickhill Town Council Members 2016-2017:                           

 

The Town Mayor and his deputy are ex-officio members.

1.

Apologies were received from Mr Derek Brookfield, Mr Basil James, Mr David Jinks, Mr Brian Keith, Mr John Marsden, Mrs Paula Mickley, Mr Phil Thomas, Mrs Sally Tyas, Mr Maurice Whitta, Mr Peter Woolston  

 

 

2

Attendees as per Appendix 1. 

 

Attendees as per Appendix 1.  Also in attendance were Mr Richard Hulme (resident), Ms Sioned-Mair Richards and Inspector Mark Payling

.Sioned-Mair Richards, Assistant Police and Crime Commissioner for South Yorkshire, assisted by Inspector Mark Payling (SYP Doncaster East) , detailed how the recently published Police and Crime Plan had been researched, arrived at and put together and further explained how it would be put to use.  The Chief Constable uses this plan to put together his own plan. 

 

The two elements of policing now comprise of Fast Response and Neighbourhood Policing.  The latter is to take a more prominent role in fighting crime.  A booklet explaining this is to be published at the end of September.  Margaret C-C asked for 20 copies to be sent to Tickhill. 

 

Ms Richards handed out copies of South Yorkshire Police’s ‘Plan on a page’ which outlines the strategic vision and triple aims of the South Yorkshire Police, together with a summary of the ‘Police and Crime Plan’ and the ‘2016/2017 Annual Report of the South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner’.  A sheet showing the Neighbourhood Policing Survey Results was also distributed.  A power point presentation of how the latter was compiled would follow

 

Inspector Payling explained what the new system of Neighbourhood Policing (which started at the beginning of September) would look like on the ground.  There might seem to be very little change at first but gradually the changes should contribute to making a difference.  However, there is to be no increase in manpower which has been severely cut in recent times, so resources will continue to be thinly spread. These will be concentrated more in areas of greatest demand which rarely involves Tickhill.

 

A lively question and answer session followed.  In November there is to be survey carried out, both online and face to face, to ascertain the degree of trust and confidence in the police.  This survey will be repeated at intervals to identify concerns and to see where change is needed.  Inspector Payling and Ms Richards agreed to return in January. 

 

The above contribution had lasted just over an hour.  The rest of the agenda items were visited briefly.        

 

 

 

3

Minutes of the meeting held on 11th July were accepted.

 

 

4

Progress reports:

 

¨ Although a full resurfacing of New Road has now been promised, the present road markings suggest patching.  NC had emailed David Snell for explanation.  RC also to contact him.

 

 

5

Neighbourhood Management

 

Neighbourhood management – public space protection orders have been erected in all relevant locations though some of these were proving to be confusing/misleading, eg situations where dogs need to be on a lead.  The Youth Club is moving forward and there is some progress on the skate park but funding is needed.  

 

 

6

Road safety/Traffic/Highways

 

There has been much renewal of white lines in Tickhill and this is still on-going.  The markings on Northgate at the end of Common Lane are much improved though the hatching has not been redone.

 

St Mary’s School is to have a Road Safety initiative w/b 20th November.

 

 

7

Environment

 

A planning application for 400 houses at Braithwell is raising concerns about the volume of water (surface run-off) which could hit Tickhill via local watercourses if not properly managed.  TTC is to monitor this.

 

 

8

Neighbourhood Plan

 

There is to be an Implementation meeting in November

 

The completed Tourist Leaflet has now arrived and was distributed to those present.  Free copies will be available at several locations in the town.

 

 

 

9

Members’ items

 

DG reported that the barrier across Stump Cross Lane has now been removed by DMBC.

M C-C reported that the Children’s Summer Activities had been a huge success.

Tony Sheridan sent a message to report that the tree planting on Bawtry Road is now complete.

CB reported that the Horticultural Society’s Annual Show had been a very enjoyable community event

 

 

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Date and time of next meeting

 

Date and time of next meeting

 

The next meeting is on November 14th at 7.30pm in the Pavilion. 

 

Appendix ATTENDEES

 

Meeting Date:

September 12th 2017

 

Name

Organisation

Signature

Email

1

Basil James

Tickhill  and Bawtry Probus     

Apologies

basjhomemed@hotmail.co.uk

2

Bernard Rounthwaite

Chair

Present

 

3

Bob Kitchen

Tickhill Scouts

 

kitchen.family@btinternet.com

4

Brian Keith

TTC

Apologies

gladstonek@btinternet.com

5

David Jinks

Friends Mill Dam

Apologies

damarjinks@talktalk.net

6

Derick Brookfield

NFU

Apologies

 

7

Gordon Whitehead

TTC

Present

gsw81@juso.com

8

Helen Hopkins/Sarah Price

Totally Locally

 

tickhill@totallylocally.org

9

David Gadd

TOFG

                             Present

david.gadd5@btinternet.com

10

Claire Brown

Tickhill Francophiles

Present

grantickhill@gmail.com

11

John Bergin

Tickhill Churches Together

Present

jrbat24@hotmail.co.uk

12

John Hoare

TTC

Present

kyloe@jhoare.plus.com

13

John Marsden

Tickhill Together/St. Mary's

Apologies

 

14

Linda Mayes

TTC

 

linda.mayes1@yahoo.com

15

Maurice Whitta

Tickhill Countryside Group

Apologies

 

16

Margaret Marrison

Tickhill and District Foot Path Group

Present

margaretmarrison@gmail.com

17

Nigel Cannings

Litter Picker/Tickhill in Bloom

Present

nigel_cannings@hotmail.com

18

Paula Mickley

Tickhill Today

Apologies

paula@todaypublications.co.uk

19

Philip Thomas

Tickhill Lions & Cricket Club

Apologies

jillyandphil@gmail.com

20

Rosemary Chappell

Neighbourhood Plan

Present

pchappell@callnetuk.com

21

Sally Tyas

Tickhill in Bloom

Apologies

sallyjtyas@icloud.com

22

Lesley Locket

Oxfam

 

lesleylockett17@sky.com

23

Peter Woolston

TTC

Apologies

petewoolston@btinternet.com

24

Richard Marshall

Neighbourhood Team/ Stronger Families

Present

richard.marshall@doncaster.gov.uk

25

Margaret Cannings-Clough

Community Liaison

Present

margaretcanningsclough@gmail.com