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SHELFORD VILLAGE INFORMATION SHEET
December 2018 Edition (published bi-monthly)
We would like to wish everyone a very Happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year.
Bev and Karen
Bev Bingham (Tel: 933 4212, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) and Karen Cheetham (Tel: 933 2231,
2nd 10.30 am Holy Communion 6th 10.30 am Holy Communion
16th 6.30 pm Carol Service with the Festival Choir 20th 6.30 am Compline
24th 5.00 pm Crib and Christingle Service 27th 6.30 pm Evensong
11.30 pm Midnight Holy Communion 30th 4.00 pm Messy Church (in the
SHELFORD CHILDREN'S PARTY
This year's Children's Christmas Party is to be held on Sunday 9th December, 2 -4 pm at Shelford Village Hall. If you have children who would like to come please contact Deb (07812 132070, email@example.com) as soon as possible, so we can add you to the list.
There are no plans this year to carol sing in the village to raise money to help support this event, however, there is a small collection pot in the pub if anyone would like to contribute.
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THE EARL OF CHESTERFIELD PUB
The Earl of Chesterfield Arms pub is open all through December, whether you are eating or just wanting a drink, you are always welcome!
We have a special offer menu running in December on certain days: Two courses £12.95 and Three courses £14.95 (available all day on the 3rd, 4th, 5th. 6th, 10th & 11th December (booking is essential).
We have dinner with Santa starting at 6.30pm on Wednesday 19th December: Three courses for adults £16.95 and Three courses for children £8.95 (booking is essential).
In January we have a sale on our À la Carte menu, up to 50% off! Starts 8th January through to 31st (Excluding Saturdays & Sundays). We also have quiz night on the 22nd January, 7.30pm start.
The Parish Council would like to thank both Simon McLoughlan and Andrew Stephens for their generous contributions towards the refurbishment of the War Memorial.
Also thanks to Christine Mills-Kennedy for organising the ringing of the Church bells on Remembrance Sunday evening.
BRITISH LEGION POPPY APPEAL
Thanks to all those who contributed to the above Appeal. The marvellous sum of £245.32 was raised from the village. Also thanks to Bev Bingham, Eileen Smith and Karen Cheetham for collecting.
PRECIS OF PARISH COUNCIL MINUTES held on Wednesday 28 November 2018
in the Village Hall
· WW1 event. The Chairman said the event had been success and had involved a good number of local residents. The war memorial, now cleaned, had been commented upon by numerous people. It was agreed there was a need for a further 7 lamppost poppies for next year.
· Unitary Authority. The Clerk said Notts County Council will be carrying out a consultation before any final decision is taken.
· Playing Field Fencing. The Chairman said one quote had been received. Another was being sought.
REPORT FROM THE DISTRICT AND COUNTY COUNCIL MEMBER
· Coun. Lawrence said the Borough had been busy in various ways, and were looking closely at the plans by Notts County Council to consider introducing a Unitary Authority. He said neighbouring Newton parish council were looking to progress a scheme for a community centre. He also spoke of housing schemes at Radcliffe with up to 340 houses being planned for Shelford Road, and at East Bridgford for 125 houses.
PUBLIC SESSION LIMITED TO 15 MINUTES
· A resident said the suggestion that Manor Lane be considered for restricted use similar to Trent Lane at East Bridgford, would almost certainly mean an end to the bus service as it is known at present. He said that Notts County Council had agreed to offer funding towards the village service but understood that so far the bus operator had not requested it.
· The fact that the County had carried out an improvement scheme to the surface of Oatfield Lane was noted.
· Yellow Ribbon Re-enactment were to come forward in due course with a date for the suggested event to take place in Shelford next year. The Council have agreed to pay £300 towards the event.
· Nick Edmunds, Perfect Motion Organisation, was proposing a road running event on 17 March 2019 with Shelford on its route. Residents would be advised of the proposed event which would affect through traffic for a short period.
· CPRE wrote seeking support for a deposit return system for bottles etc and the Council agreed it would back the scheme.
· Refurbishment work on the committee room was almost complete.
· Two incidents of theft in the village, namely 2 electric fence units, had been mentioned in the most recent police report.
· The requested signs for deer crossing on the top road and in respect of horses in the village, had been erected.
NEXT MEETING - To be held on Wednesday 23 January 2019 at 6.30 pm. Open to all residents.
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