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Cllr John Hunt’s Video Report to the Parish Council – 8th March 2018.

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For this month’s County Councillor’s report to the Bishops Hull Parish Council, I thought it would be an excellent idea to try something a little different.

Personally I find it hard work reading through long reports and would love to receive council papers etc in a format that makes it easier for me to digest hence this, my first video report to the Parish Council.
I’d much rather listen/watch an item, than read about it and I rather hope you agree with me. It does mean I can actually say what I mean and hopefully get my points across a lot better than I could ever do using the written word. Naturally I have sought the permission of the Chairman and Parish Clerk prior to making this video.

The report contains the following subjects:

For detailed information, copies of the plans and photographs please click here.

A suggestion for the formation of an emergency volunteer group.

My meeting with Sergeant Charmaine Dyne, Beat Manager Charles Gear and PCSO Simon Parry at Taunton Police Station on Sunday 18/02/18.

A serious incident involving a local resident in her 80s.

Here is my video report…

For your interest, I did search for other Councillor video reports to Parish Councils across the UK so that I could get a guide as to content, video length, etc and to my great surprise I found nothing anywhere.
So this could actually be an historic moment, the first video report from a County (or even Borough) Councillor to a UK Parish Council.

If you require further information please don’t hesitate to email me on John@BishopsHull.com

Kind regards,

Cllr John Hunt
Somerset County Councillor for
Bishop’s Hull and Taunton West

Please note, this is only a sample of my actions relating to Bishops Hull since the last Parish Council meeting. Much of my work is in the Taunton West/Town centre area which is not included here unless it is relevant or of interest to the residents of Bishops Hull.
There are also issues of a more sensitive or confidential nature that would intrude upon the privacy of those involved, which I’ve not shared with you.

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