Millom

Parish Council

Without

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Our Achievements

Millom Without Parish Council – Key Achievements

 

 

 

 

Millom without Parish Council has been busy working with the community to produce the Community Plan and are now

working through the action list, with aid of members of the Community.

The key areas are :  Conencting our Communities,  Connectivity, Child Friendly Spaces and Parish Concerns.

See the attached document for further invformation on these criteria.  Additional help is always welcome.

 

 

•Millom Without Parish Council set up theSouthern Boundary Partnership which has brought together Parishes along the Duddon Estuary to look at and be involved with the proposed boundary changes to the southern boundarys of the Lake District National Park.  Community Conversations have been held and work continues on this project.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

•The Ghyll Scaur Community Fund and the CGP Trust Fund continue to donate funds towards community projects within the Millom without Parish boundary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

•Parish Councillors are actively engaged with Cumbria Highways to start a programme of improvements designed to improve road safety.

•The new speed restrictions at The Green are the start of the improvements and with ongoing dialogue with Cumbria County Highways to ensure local priorities are taken onboard by CCC Highways.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

•The Parish Council are working to improve community engagement with the Parish Council and to get involved in matters which affect the long-term protection and promotion of this unique area in which we live in.

•The Parish Council have witnessed an increase in residents attending Parish Council Meetings, to bring issues for consideration or air concerns that need support from the Parish Council. We look forward to building on this achievement and we continue to seek your support and listen to your views.

 

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