There were 156 responses to the survey and the results were very interesting.
- 71% of respondents had been on local walks in the last month
- 48% of respondents had used local cycling routes in the last month
- 74% of respondents would support the land next to the village hall being bought by and for the village
- 61% of respondents would object to houses being built on the land next to the hall
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All the posters can be found on Scribd.
There’s a public meeting on Thursday 10th April at 6:00pm in Bethesda Church to discuss the planning application that’s been submitted.