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The Hook Norton Community Smallholding is taking orders until Friday 5th Sept for our first batch of British Lop rare breed pork. Delivery will be Tuesday 9th Sept, payment on delivery. According to the British Lop breeders association "Outdoor, slow reared British Lop pigs means a good balance of intramuscular fat which gives a moist and creamy textured pork." Please email sales@hncs.org.uk with your order, phone number and address. ... See MoreSee Less

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September 2014

MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF HOOK NORTON PARISH COUNCIL HELD IN THE WAR MEMORIAL HALL, HOOK NORTON ON THURSDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER 2014 at 7.30pm
Present: Councillors Kane, Watkins, Hicks, Brotherston, Hayward, Wright, Casson, Griggs, Matthews (arrived 7.40pm), Mrs Watts (Parish Clerk) and three members of the public.
Apologies for Absence – Councillors Henderson and Millar and County Cllr Reynolds
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The vacancy for Parish Councillor will be filled by co-option on the meeting of 12th July.  Details are available here :  Parish Councillor Co-option … [Read More...]

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