The next stage of the Section 19 flooding enquiry process is about to start and the Buckinghamshire Council Flood Management Team would like to hear comments and views from as many Tingewick residents as possible. This helps them have a good cross section on all views from those that were affected this time and those that have seen it happen before.
So PLEASE complete the questionnaire found here https://forms.office.com/r/SJyiQt66Rn and submit asap!
This is an extract of their letter to TPC; “As you are aware, following the flooding that impacted Tingewick on 23 December 2020, Buckinghamshire Council in its role as the Lead Local Flood Authority is undertaking a formal flood investigation under Section 19 of the Flood and Water Management Act (2010). Buckinghamshire Council has commissioned JBA Consulting to investigate the causes and impacts of the flooding that occurred. We would like to arrange a site visit with representatives from Tingewick Parish Council to look at the locations which flooded and understand the sources and impacts of flooding and speak to residents about their experiences during the flood event. The information that we gather will help the Council to understand how this flooding has impacted the local community, and to consider potential options to manage the risk of similar flooding occurring in the future.”
We will let you know when the team will be visiting the village for those of you who are happy to speak to the investigators.
Tingewick Parish Council are saddened by the news of the death of Prince Philip. Our condolences, thoughts and prayers are with the Queen and the Royal Family.
We stand alongside the nation and indeed the world as we all come to terms with the news. We recognise the immense contribution to public duty and service that Prince Philip made, together with everything he did for our County and for the nation as a whole.
The flag will fly at half-mast at St Mary Magdalene Church in Tingewick from 9 April until after the funeral has taken place. We will observe the one-minute silence on Saturday 17 April at 3pm.
In line with national guidance, due to the pandemic, we are not able to host and open physical books of condolence as it is not safe to do so. We would however encourage those who would like to share a message to sign Buckingham Palace’s online book of condolence.
If you are without access to the internet you can call the Buckinghamshire Council contact centre, or to pop into the library and staff will help you to submit your message.
Additionally, in line with The Royal Family’s wishes, we advise residents not to leave any floral tributes and instead to make a charitable donation.
Buckinghamshire Council will be broadcasting a memorial service led by the Bishop of Buckingham on Friday 16 April which can be accessed via their website when the details have been confirmed.
Buckinghamshire Council Election of Parish Councillors for the Parishes listed below (Aylesbury Area)
|Parishes||Number of Parish Councillors to be elected|
|Adstock Parish Council||7|
|Akeley Parish Council||7|
|Ashendon Parish Council||5|
|Aston Abbotts Parish Council||7|
|Aston Clinton Parish Council||11|
|Aylesbury Town Council for Bedgrove ward||3|
|Aylesbury Town Council for Central ward||2|
|Aylesbury Town Council for Coppice Way ward||1|
|Aylesbury Town Council for Elmhurst ward||2|
|Aylesbury Town Council for Gatehouse ward||3|
|Aylesbury Town Council for Hawkslade ward||1|
|Aylesbury Town Council for Mandeville & Elm Farm ward||3|
|Aylesbury Town Council for Oakfield ward||2|
|Aylesbury Town Council for Oxford Road ward||2|
|Aylesbury Town Council for Quarrendon ward||2|
|Aylesbury Town Council for Southcourt ward||2|
|Aylesbury Town Council for Walton Court ward||1|
|Aylesbury Town Council for Walton ward||1|
|Beachampton Parish Council||5|
|Berryfields Parish Council||10|
|Bierton Parish Council for Bierton ward||8|
|Bierton Parish Council for Oldhams Meadow ward||1|
|Brill Parish Council||7|
|Buckingham Park Parish Council||8|
|Buckingham Town Council for Highlands & Watchcroft ward||1|
|Buckingham Town Council for North ward||7|
|Buckingham Town Council for South ward||8|
|Buckingham Town Council form Fishers Field ward||1|
|Buckland Parish Council||7|
|Calvert Green Parish Council||7|
|Charndon Parish Council||5|
|Chearsley Parish Council||7|
|Cheddington Parish Council||8|
|Chilton Parish Council||5|
|Coldharbour Parish Council||11|
|Cublington Parish Council||5|
|Cuddington Parish Council||7|
|Dinton with Ford & Upton Parish Council||7|
|Drayton Parslow Parish Council||7|
|East Claydon Parish Council||7|
|Edgcott Parish Council||5|
|Edlesborough Parish Council for Dagnall ward||2|
|Edlesborough Parish Council for Edlesborough ward||5|
|Edlesborough Parish Council for Northall ward||2|
|Gawcott with Lenborough Parish Council||7|
|Granborough Parish Council||7|
|Great Brickhill Parish Council||7|
|Great Horwood Parish Council||7|
|Grendon Underwood Parish Council||7|
|Haddenham Parish Council||11|
|Halton Parish Council||9|
|Hardwick Parish Council||5|
|Hillesden Parish Council||7|
|Hulcott Parish Council||7|
|Ickford Parish Council||7|
|Ivinghoe Parish Council for Ivinghoe Aston ward||2|
|Ivinghoe Parish Council for Ivinghoe ward||5|
|Kingsbrook Parish Council||9|
|Leckhampstead Parish Council||5|
|Lillingstone Dayrell Parish Council||7|
|Little Horwood Parish Council||7|
|Long Crendon Parish Council||9|
|Ludgershall Parish Council||7|
|Maids Moreton Parish Council||7|
|Marsh Gibbon Parish Council||7|
|Marsworth Parish Council||7|
|Mentmore Parish Council||7|
|Middle Claydon Parish Council||5|
|Mursley Parish Council||7|
|Nash Parish Council||7|
|Newton Longville Parish Council||8|
|North Marston Parish Council||7|
|Oakley Parish Council||7|
|Oving Parish Council||5|
|Padbury Parish Council||7|
|Pitstone Parish Council||11|
|Preston Bissett Parish Council||7|
|Quainton Parish Council||7|
|Radclive Cum Chackmore Parish Council||7|
|Shabbington Parish Council||5|
|Slapton Parish Council||7|
|Soulbury Parish Council||7|
|Steeple Claydon Parish Council||9|
|Stewkley Parish Council||9|
|Stoke Hammond Parish Council||7|
|Stoke Mandeville Parish Council for Hawkslade ward||3|
|Stoke Mandeville Parish Council for Stoke Grange ward||3|
|Stoke Mandeville Parish Council for Stoke Leys ward||2|
|Stoke Mandeville Parish Council for Stoke Mandeville Village ward||4|
|Stone Bishopstone & Hartwell Parish Council||9|
|Stowe Parish Council||7|
|Swanbourne Parish Council||7|
|Thornborough Parish Council||7|
|Tingewick Parish Council||7|
|Turweston Parish Council||5|
|Twyford Parish Council||7|
|Waddesdon Parish Council||9|
|Watermead Parish Council||7|
|Weedon Parish Council||7|
|Wendover Parish Council||13|
|Westbury Parish Council||7|
|Westcott Parish Council||7|
|Weston Turville Parish Council||10|
|Whaddon Parish Council||7|
|Whitchurch Parish Council||7|
|Wing Parish Council||11|
|Wingrave with Rowsham Parish Council||8|
|Winslow Parish Council||12|
|Worminghall Parish Council||5|
1. An election is to be held for Buckinghamshire Council unitary wards.
2. Nomination papers can be obtained from the Returning Officer as follows:
- Electoral Commission website at: http://www.electoralcommission.org.uk/i-am-a/candidate-or-agent/local-elections-england
- Electoral Services, The Gateway, Gatehouse Road, Aylesbury, HP19 8FF
3. Nomination papers must be hand delivered to the Returning Officer or his appointed staff at The Gateway, Gatehouse Road, Aylesbury, HP19 8FF between 10am and 4pm on any working day (excluding Good Friday 2 April 2021 and Easter Monday 5 April 2021) from and including Monday 22 March 2021 but no later than 4pm on Thursday 8 April 2021. Please go to the Main Reception where you will be directed to the Returning Officer and their appointed staff.
4. If the election is contested the poll will take place on Thursday 6 May 2021.
5. Applications to register to vote must reach the Electoral Registration Officer by 12 midnight on Monday 19 April 2021. Applications can be made online: www.gov.uk/register-to-vote.
6. Applications, amendments or cancellations of postal votes must reach the Electoral Registration Officer by 5pm on Tuesday 20 April 2021.
7. Applications to vote by proxy at this election must reach the Electoral Registration Officer by 5pm on Tuesday 27 April 2021.
8. Applications to vote by emergency proxy at this election on the grounds of disability or for work/service reasons must reach the Electoral Registration Officer by 5pm on Thursday 6 May 2021.The disability must have occurred after 5pm on Tuesday 27 April 2021. To apply on the grounds of work/service, the person must have become aware that they cannot go to the polling station in person after 5pm on Tuesday 27 April 2021.
Dated: Monday 22 March 2021 Nick Graham (Returning Officer)