A high response was received as to who used the recycling facilities, 39% reported
using the bottle bank regularly, 31% used the can bank and 30% used the paper bank.
There were many other comments stating which other recycling opportunities should
be made available in the village these included a cardboard bank, clothing bank and
a composting facility.
To explore other opportunities to recycle in the village.
The Steering Group asked the question “what do you consider to be a problem around
the village”. This prompted a high response, 36% of respondents stated that mud on
the road was a problem, dog fouling came next with 355 of returns. Noise and litter
were thought to be a problem by some each gaining a response of 12%. Other feedback
received on this matter includes the problem of heavy lorry traffic and dogs barking
and roaming the village.
To liaise with farmers and construction traffic from the gas terminals regarding
their responsibility to other road users.
To make residents aware of their responsibilities as dog owners.
Rights of way
Returns were low on this matter, 40 responses were received of which 20 knew where
the local footpaths/rights of way are located.
To explore the possibility of producing a local map of footpaths and rights of way.