West Hill holds first parish meeting
Good causes in West Hill have bagged cash grants of up to £1,000 for community projects thanks to the parish council.
Residents were invited to join councillors for the village’s first-ever annual parish meeting last Monday in the village hall.
On the night, West Hill Primary School’s PTFA received the largest grant of £1,000 to upgrade its Mediterranean garden and forest school.
West Hill Junior Wasps received £750 to help purchase a set of junior-size goals; the preschool £620 for a new sandpit; and the village hall, Royal British Legion and short-mat bowling club each received £500 for their projects.
Councillor Margaret Hall, chairman of the council, gave a report of members’ first year in charge and their long-term aspirations, which include improving open spaces in the village.
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