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COLWALL PARISH COUNCIL.

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COLWALL PARISH COUNCIL. The usual monthly meeting of the Colwall Parish Council was held at the Workman's Hall on Wednesday evening. Mr Fred Ballard (chairman) presided, and also present were Miss Holland, Messrs T A Pedlingham, J Pedlingham, G Johns, A G Allen, G Jenkins, H E Hanson, together with the Clerk (Mr G H T Foster), the Clerk's Assistant (Mr Thomas), the Building Surveyor (Mr T J Cawsey). EYENDINE SPRING. The Inspector reported that nothing further had been done in connection with the Evendine Spring. He stated that a sample of the water had been taken and that it was somewhat better than the one previously taken. Miss Holland said she still thought that the water was contaminated from the spring above. The Inspector said he thought the people themselves contaminated the water. The last sample was taken before buckets were put in. All sorts of buckets were lowered into the spring and it was quite possible that this was the cause of the pollution. Mr J Pedlingham also expressed the opinion that the people themselves contaminated the water. The Inspector said he thought a notice should be erected to the effect that the water was not to be used for drinking purposes. Mr Allen said he would propose that a notice be erected and that the tender of Mr James for the top of the spring to be put in proper order, be accepted. Miss Holland seconded and the proposition was carried. LIBRARY REPORT. The Library report was presented and adopted.

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