Corby Glen Community Congress
Following on from our recent meeting We agreed to: • Contact local voluntary services • Draw together a volunteering list • Arrange a Coronation meeting • Think about how we access funding • Arrange a warm space, coming together for drinks and biscuits, with board games, chatting etc, on a weekly basis Come together Every Saturday in February for a social gathering, drinks & chat 10.30
Passageway Lighting between Barleycroft & Pridmore Road
The historic bulk lighting, which consists of conduited wiring and 4 lamps, on the narrow passageway is no longer fit for purpose. The Parish Council is in discussions about whether it should be responsible for maintaining the lighting and whether it can afford to fix it. The lights are out of action. Residents are advised to take care, seek alternative pedestrian routes if uncomfortable using it,
St John’s Church has been open for over 850 years
How would you feel if it was permanently closed in your lifetime because of a lack of support? Without support, the church WILL close We want to enable St John’s Church to be used and enjoyed by people in the 21st century, while respecting the heritage of the past YOU can make a difference, churchgoer or not Please come to a meeting on Thursday 13 October
We need you to pledge to use FTTP Fibre broadband so we can access £215K of Government funding
After last years campaign we successfully secured £215k of Government funding from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) to upgrade the Internet in Corby Glen to FTTP. BUT, we are not over the line yet. To release the money we need residents to officially pledge to use the new service with Open Reach (EVEN IF YOU PLEDGED LAST YEAR) who will install the system.