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'Sturton By Stow' and 'Stow' Neighbourhood Plan

Latest News

16/3/2019.  The Final Report of the Household Questionnaire has been published and can be found under the 'Questionnaires' Tab.

19/2/19.  All the questionnaire returns (both paper and on-line) have been passed to CommunityLincs for analysis and reporting.  A public meeting to discuss the results will be held on 13 March between 4:15pm and 6:45pm in the Sturton By Stow Village Hall. Tea and cakes will be provided. Should it not be possible to attend this event a second opportunity to discuss the results will be available during the monthly market in the Sturton By Stow Village on 6th April.

20/1/19.  Our household questionnaires have been released for distribution this weekend with a deadline for return of 4th February.  Collection boxes are located throughout the Sturton By Stow and Stow parishes.  Returns can also be completed on Survey Monkey where there is also a seperate questionnaire for businesses. A great big thanks to all the volunteers for offering to deliver the questionnaires.

26/11/18.  Our most recent public event has been our stand at the Stow Christmas Fair held in Stow Minster on 24th November.  Our attendance was very worthwhile with a lovely atmosphere in the church.  There were plenty of stall and a steady interest in our activities, several people reported seeing our roadside banner, so our message is getting through.

12/11/18.  At our meeting on the 12th we met with the team from Open Plan to initiate their support contract with the group.  While Open Plan will assist with the compilation of the Neighbourhood Profile the data gathering exercise will be undertaken by the Neighbourhood Planning Group in the form of a Walk/Drive - About.  The Walkabout will take place early in the New Year and we welcome as many of the local community to join us to compile an as accurate a picture of our neighbourhood as possible.  In the meantime, we will meet with Community Lincs to start compiling a Neighbourhood Survey to identify the issues (aspiriations and fears) that are of concern to our community residents and businesses.