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30th August 2020

 

"SPACES FOR PEOPLE" 20MPH TRIAL COMING TO FOULDEN SOON..

 

 

The "Spaces for People" 20mph trial coming to 80 towns and villages in the Borders has been approved by Scottish Borders Council. Foulden is included in the trial Click here for more information

 

 

 

22nd August 2020   - URGENT

 

As you may have been aware already, Scottish Borders Council recently made its decision regarding Planning application 20/00067/FUL | Erection of 52 holiday lodges with office, reception/shop and formation of associated roads and parking | Land North West Of Willowdean House Foulden Scottish Borders

 

The decision made by the relevant council committee was to refuse the planning application, see this link:

 

https://eplanning.scotborders.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=Q4G2WTNTI6A00

 

However, the developer and their agent have now submitted an appeal against this decision to the Planning and Environmental Appeals Division (DPEA) of the Scottish Government.

 

To date there appears a unanimous will to fight the Appeal but in order to fight this with any chance of success, we must seek professional help and costs wil necessarilyl be incurred in the process.  To see full details and to find out how you can help, please download the following STATEMENT released today from Foulden, Mordington and Lamberton Community Council Chairman, Harry Frew.

 

 

15th August – Keep our Community Clean

 

The Foulden, Mordington and Lamberton Community Council (FMLCC) organised its first group litter pick on the morning of Saturday, 15th August. Individuals have been picking up litter in their own areas but it was felt, particularly on the busy A6105, that a group presence was required. 16 cheery socially distancing volunteers turned out on a mizzling morning and managed to fill more than a dozen bin bags of litter from the Mordington border post to the Burnbank crossroads.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The FMLCC would like to thank https://www.seathechange.org.uk/ for supplying 10 pick sticks and gloves and Scottish Borders Councillor Carol Hamilton for arranging another six picks and hi-vis jackets.

The community council are planning to carry out another litter pick in Mordington and Lamberton on Saturday 12th September. Anyone interested in volunteering please contact us on email [email protected]

 

The volunteer team would like to remind everyone that we live in a beautiful part of the country and to ask drivers please not to throw litter out of their vehicles.

 

 

 

 

 

Photographic Galleries Archive:

 

Olympic Torch comes through Foulden - 14th June 2012

 

Queens Diamond Jubilee Celebration -  3rd June 2012

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