***** Annual Parish Meeting 8th May 2017 *****

Minutes of Parish Council AGM 9th May 2016
Agenda for Parish Council AGM 8th May 2017

***** Can be found under Parish Council and Village Hall AGM's *****

Minutes of Parish Council Meeting 27th March 2017 
can be found under parish council minutes

Dates of future meetings

Lyng Parish Council 

Dates of Parish Council meetings in 2016/2017



Monday 11th July 2016

Monday 5th September 2016

Monday 7th November 2016


Monday 16th January 2017

Monday 6th March 2017

Monday 8th May 2017 (AGM)


All meetings start at 7.30pm in

The Rose and Crown Skittle Alley


Also on Monday 8th May 2017 will be the

Village Hall AGM at 7.00pm

Details of grass and hedge cutting maintenance available in Parish Council News

Recycling Centres at Coleford and Middlezoy to close 1st April 2014

Village Hall Agenda and minutes of previous meetings available on line see Village Hall Meetings Page

Flooding on the Levels Action Group - http://www.flagsomerset.org.uk/

Somerset Levels Help Group  -  https://www.facebook.com/groups/565860666763262/    

This information is provided by https://www.facebook.com/FLAGSomerset


Photo's from the digs and more information on the finds.  Full story can be found in NEW folder called Saxon Lyng Archaeological Project (SLAP).

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Lyng is the village that most people pass through.  Lyng is the village you pass through on the way to somewhere else. Few seem to see much of worth in this small village which continues to be home for around 350 people.

But residents of Lyng have often felt undervalued.  The Domesday Book valued the village at forty shillings. 

There is something  magical about the moors which surround Lyng and this magic extends  into the village itself. Despite the long and busy road which joins  Outwood to East Lyng via West Lyng, there is a sense of community and a warmth of friendship which newcomers to the village soon experience and come to value.

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