Before the meeting there will be a public meeting commencing 7.30 pm about the recent and future changes to the bus services in the parish. There will also be an opportunity to share your concerns and let us know what sort of bus service you need
Dunkerton & Tunley Parish Council would like to invite all local residents living in Tunley and the immediate surrounds to a meeting to discuss the ever decreasing bus service in our area.
The Parish Council would welcome the opportunity to update you on
- What happened in 2018 to try to reverse the bus service cuts
- The current response by BANES Council to parishioners’ concerns
- To hear what is planned for 2019 in light of Cllr Paul Myers (B&NES Cabinet Member for Economic & Community Regeneration) now taking the lead on Rural Bus Services
We are also wanting to receive concerns and questions from parishioners as well as hearing what sort of bus service you need
The meeting will be attended by Andy Strong who is the head of BANES Council’s Public Transport Team
This meeting will be followed by our scheduled parish council meeting commencing 8.30 pm
Kathryn Manchee – Clerk & Responsible Financial Officer to the Council.
Changes are being made to the timetable of Council-supported bus service 768 from 6 January 2019 to improve punctuality. There is no change to the level of service.
The Battles Over
A commemoration of World War 1 will be held at Tunley Recreation Centre 11 November 2018
Street party in the hall 6 pm with war time food
Beacon lit at 7 pm.
No ticket required but contributions towards the Tunley defibrillator on the night would be appreciated.
Agenda 20 September
Please note all parishioners welcome to attend.
Come to the Annual Parish Meeting
7.30 pm Thursday 12 April Tunley Recreation Centre
Residents can recycle more than thirty types of items at other recycling centres including Bath and Keynsham– find out what you can take to these at www.bathnes.gov.uk/recyclingcentres