Chance to discuss how to use Honiton’s Allhallows in a new way

PUBLISHED: 17:00 14 December 2016

Honiton mayor, Caroline Kolek.

Honiton mayor, Caroline Kolek.

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A public meeting will be held in Honiton tomorrow to allow residents to discuss options on how to share Allhallows playing field.

The meeting, called ‘Love Allhallows’, is being held on Thursday, December 15, at The Beehive, from 7pm.

It has been organised by East Devon district councillor Phil Twiss and hosted by Honiton Town Council.

Cllr Twiss said: “Allhallows is a great place where there are lots of different facilities including a children’s play area, a sports wall, two rugby pitches, a skatepark, rounders pitches in the summer, as well as footpaths providing beautiful green walks and green areas for ball games.

“It’s really important that we find ways to share it, so that it everyone can continue to enjoy it for many years to come.”

The meeting will be chaired by Honiton mayor Cllr Caroline Kolek and an officer from EDDC’s environmental health team will also be there.


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