Wednesday, 21 July 2021

Maisemore Solar Farm - Pre-application Consultation Feedback - July 2021

Renewable Connections have just issued the Pre-application Consultation Feedback following the exercise undertaken in Spring 2021.

 

 

Please download a copy from:

www.mpctemp.org.uk/docs/RC016-20210716-MaisemoreConsultationFeedback.pdf

Thursday, 15 July 2021

DOGGY D N A - How To Protect Your Pup

 

From Neighbourhood Watch:


Currently we are seeing a rise in the thefts of not only ‘working’ dogs but also treasured pets which are then ransomed back to the owner or used for breeding purposes. There have also been instances where owners who have advertised the loss of a dog, have been asked for cash for the return of the animal but when money is paid, it transpired that the criminal was never in possession of the dog and it was just a scam to obtain the cash.

We have all seen on TV that criminals have been caught as a result of their DNA being found at a crime scene. DNA like fingerprints are unique to an individual and the same applies to animals, in particular to your dog. Their DNA is unique to them and cannot be altered or removed like a data chip.

It is easy and straight forward to obtain the DNA from your dog, a simple mouth swab is used to collect the sample, which is sent to the laboratory where the swab is analysed to generate the DNA profile. The DNA profile is then added to the Forensic Dog DNA Database.

The problem has always been how to identify an animal positively when it is recovered into Police possession, DNA now give’s a reliable and positive result to that question, which can be used in court.

This is a positive way of identifying your dog and getting it back to you should it be lost or worse happens and it gets stolen.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUiEnHv7VjI Is a short video showing how the sample is taken.

The DNA swabbing kits are available from https://www.dnaprotected.co.uk/

For more information please contact Simon Bailey 01452 754630 or via email at simon.bailey@gloucestershire.pnn.police.uk


MPC May meeting - Tuesday 20 July 2021

You are invited to attend the Maisemore Parish Council Meeting on Tuesday 20th July 2021 at 7.30pm at Maisemore Village Hall.


Residents are invited to give their views and to question the Parish Council on issues on the Agenda; additionally, at the discretion of the Chairman, they can raise issues for future consideration. There will be a time limit of 10 minutes in total.


Members of the public may not take part in the Parish Council meeting. 

 

The agenda for this meeting and the minutes of the last meeting in May 2021 can be found on the "Agendas & Minutes" tab at our website - www.Maisemore-PC.org.uk

Friday, 9 July 2021

Theft from Vehicle - 5 July 2021

 

Saturday, 12 June 2021

Maisemore Solar Farm - Community Consultation - REMINDER

Further to the previous notification, the two walking visits for village residents to experience the area have now been completed, with about 40 residents enjoying a stroll in the wonderful weather we've been having.

This is a reminder, if you haven't already actioned it, to please return your survey delivered to all households in The Grapevine or fill it in online - go to https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/PF67ZTF. Please complete your survey by 20 June 2021.

The results will be published shortly afterwards and discussed at the Parish Council meeting in July 2021.

Please note that the meeting date may change owing to the predicted delay in Covid restrictions being lifted. We will advise shortly.