March Column: Councillor Gill Hellier

Published on: 08 Mar 2013

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March Column: Councillor Gill Hellier

A very big thank you to all the voluntary and community groups that came to our networking event on the February 26, it was very rewarding to see so many and we hope that you all found it useful in promoting your own groups and finding new contacts. We are grateful for all the feedback and will be taking notice of the comments. Councillor Gill Hellier

The town centre regeneration seems to be progressing well and we look forward to the appointment of a public arts project manager very shortly to oversee the commissioning and installation of one or more pieces of public art for the site. During the previous public consultations there was overwhelming support for a replacement chronometer and we are sure that any other ideas will be subject to wide consultation with Keynsham residents. 

The entry form for Keynsham in Bloom will be in our Spring Newsletter and we hope that many more residents will participate this year – the theme is butterflies and bees. You can enter a window box or a couple of tubs as there are many different categories. All we need now is a warm and dry spring and summer!

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