Brixham Town Hall Regeneration: Your Town Hall, Your Say 15th January 2020 – 23rd March 2020 Brixham Town Council is offering the local community the chance to have its say on the regeneration of Brixham Town Hall through its “Your Town Hall, Your Say” consultation process. There are two important surveys as detailed below:
To have your say re Town Hall Regeneration , please visit: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BrixhamTownHall to fill in an online survey. Paper copies of the survey will be available for collection from Brixham Town Council office on New Road, Brixham, TQ5 8TA from 28th January 2020.
New homes plan In addition to the plans for the Town Hall itself, Brixham Town Council has secured a £33,000 grant from Homes England in order to carry out a feasibility study into the possible supply of affordable accommodation in the Old Police House area at the rear of the building. A community survey designed to assess the need for those new properties is also available at: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/PKSVGRK , which members of the public are encouraged to participate in.
MONDAY 10th February 2020 is the date for your diary when local befriending charity Brixham Does Care will celebrate with Martyn & Josephine’s St Valentine Song & Dance Party in the Brixham Does Care Café (aka The Function Room) in the Town Hall from 1.45 to 3.45pm. Tickets £4 (including a cuppa and a slice of Josephine’s delicious cake) are available from the BDC Office next door. 01803 857727. Everyone is invited to go along and sing along to songs from Frankie Avalon to The Wurzels for an afternoon of fun and entertainment. Song sheets are provided and you might even feel like a dance! Doors open at 1.15pm.
A big “Thank You” is due to Liberty Cocktail Bar (Brixham
Quay), who hosted a Christmas Party with a FREE Buffet for 60 Brixham Does Care
volunteers, staff and their partners.
The food was delicious, the staff really friendly and the great
atmosphere persuaded some of the guests to try a cocktail or two!
JR’s (also on The Quay), hosted a FREE Sunday Lunch for 16
BDC volunteers, thanks to the generosity of local businesses Bookers
(Paignton), Regency Wines (Exeter), The Co-Op, Cards 2 Confetti and Ella’s
Chocolate Emporium (all Fore Street, Brixham), The Bay Coffee Shop,
Inspirations of Brixham, and, of course, JR’s (all situated on The Quay).
The charity is indebted to numerous businesses and other organisations and individuals for their continued support. For example, Stockman & Loram print the monthly Newsletter; Simply Fish provide FREE Fish & Chips every Monday; The Co-Op run their Local Causes Scheme that allows customers to nominate Brixham Does Care to receive money. Brixham Town Council operates their Council Tax Precept scheme, giving financial support;
Thank you, one and all, and a Happy New Year!