The Parish Plan records the views and aspirations of Parishioners, following the questionnaire survey carried out in 2007 that was subsequently analysed independently by the University of Hertfordshire.  The Plan was distributed to the Parishioners in September 2008.

The Plan and a detailed analysis of the initial survey can be downloaded as a pdf file:

 

The letter below accompanied the plan when it was sent to the Parishioners in September 2008.

Tewin Parish Council

 

Tel.. 01438 798969 E‑mail: tewinparishclerk@btinternet.com

9th September 2008


Dear Parishioner,

I have pleasure in attaching a copy of the final printed version of the Tewin Parish Plan. Representatives of Friends of Tewin are delivering a copy of the plan to every household in the Parish on behalf of the Parish Council.

The Parish Plan records the views and aspirations of Parishioners, following the questionnaire survey carried out in 2007 that was subsequently analysed independently by the University of Hertfordshire. (The Questionnaire and analysis can be found by clicking Analysis) The Parish Plan has been produced within the original budget figure of £3,500 with funding by East Herts District Council, Awards for All lottery fund and Tewin Parish Council.

The Plan includes an Action Plan to take forward the outcomes from the survey, some of which have already come to fruition, whilst the plan has been in the process of development, with the creation of the children's playground and the reopening of the Tewin village shop.

The Parish Council has now agreed a process and timetable for progressing the recommended actions. It is anticipated this will include the formation of further small Steering Groups, as set out in the document, to look in more detail at specific issues arising from the Parish Plan before firm decisions can be made. If any member of your household would be interested in joining one of the groups please contact the Parish Clerk (see above).

I would like to thank all members of the Parish Plan Steering Group, and in particular its Chairman John Sheridan, for their hard work and dedication in producing the plan and to all others who have contributed to its compilation and distribution. This would not have been possible, however, without the contributions of all the Tewin residents who have completed the questionnaire and taken part in meetings and discussions ‑ thank you all.


Kristina Lawson