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2022-23 Annual Report

After securing a grant from the Community Board we held a wildflower planting day on October 16th to plant up several verges in the parish. Thank you to the volunteers from our Halton residents and from The Chiltern Society who all helped.

In February a crab apple tree and some dogwoods were planted to commemorate the Queen as part of her Green Canopy project. We purchased a commemorative plaque from the Royal British Legion, to support our veterans.

On October 25th we attended a climate change conference that focused on practical local actions, and we hoped to create a Climate Action Group in the village, but after several appeals we understand that there is no appetite amongst our residents.

The Village Hall car park was accepted as a site by Buckinghamshire Council for an Electrical Vehicle Charging Point for use by our residents so we can encourage electric car ownership. We await the outcome of the site survey.

In 2023

Halton Parish Council will work with the Canal Trust and AGT to actively encourage and support the restoration of the towpath along the Wendover Arm of the Grand Union Canal; including the renovation of the decorative Wendover Arm Canal Signs. The towpath from Wendover to Buckland is an AGT blue infrastructure project.

Halton Parish Council will work with Buckinghamshire Conservation Officers to promote and protect the designated green spaces