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Clayhidon Parish Council April 2015

Poor response to broadband survey
Clayhidon Parish Council has reported a poor response from parishioners to the request for information on speeds of broadband in the village.
Sue Hay told the council's meeting on 20 April it was therefore not possible to elaborate on the service in the parish. After discussion no decision was taken on further action.

The chairman, Richard Kallaway, reported that numerous potholes had been filled in along the Bolham road but there were still plenty of others needing attention.

County Councillor Robert Radford agreed to look into a grant of £200 from Devon CC towards the cost of repairing the sign post at the Bollhayes junction.

Alex Hill asked if a date had been agreed to visit Callers Bunker and Mr Kallaway agreed to contact Mr Drew to arrange it. 

Mr Hill also drew attention to the farm building erected at Hidewood by Mr P Redwood and asked when the agreed screening would be done. Alan Redwood said although the building was finished, the ground had been very wet during the winter and the earthmoving required had not been possible.

The council discussed a caravan at Wiltown, the parish clerk vacancy and members were given details of the annual audit of accounts. Members agreed a two year extension for the use of Grays Quarry by Wellington Scouts. Maurice Bendle said a cycle club would be doing a rally in the area again and wanted to stop overnight in Church Field. This was agreed.