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ROADWORKS AND OVERNIGHT ROAD CLOSURES -
A52 LEES BARN ROAD TO GOLF ROAD, RADCLIFFE
Please see details below regarding the planned roadworks and overnight road closures in early August on the A52:
8 July 2020
Dear Sir or Madam
NOTIFICATION OF ESSENTIAL MAINTENANCE WORKS - A52 Lees Barn Road to Golf Road (Stage 1)
I am writing to let you know that we will be carrying out survey work on the A52 between Lees Barn Road and Golf Road.
During our scheme of work, we will carry out pavement investigation surveys.
The information we gather during these surveys will provide important maintenance data which we will use to develop future schemes along the A52.
When will the work take place?
August. We will deliver our works overnight between 10pm and 5am. Please note that all our planned works are subject to change due to weather
conditions or unforeseen circumstances.
How will the work affect traffic?
To maintain a safe environment for our workforce and motorists, we will work under a full carriageway closure with local access only. During these full closures we will put in place signed diversions routes, which have been agreed with the Local Authorities. All carriageways will be open, as usual, outside of our working hours.
Maintaining safety during Covid-19
We are working hard to maintain the road network and are prioritising critical operational activities. This will help ensure that life-saving medicine, equipment, supplies and healthcare staff can travel to where they’re needed most.
All our sites have strict safeguarding measures, in line with Public Health England guidance, to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and none of our sites are open to the public. All construction projects are closely monitored, and the situation is kept under constant review.
Please see map below for further information:
PLAYING FIELD UPDATE
Please note that from Friday 15th May 2020 the Playing Field will be re-opened to the Public, however the apparatus is NOT to be used until further notice.
Thank you for your cooperation,
Shelford Parish Council
Sadly, on Friday 1st May, we learnt that Mick Unwin had passed away following a long illness.
Over the years Mick had played a huge part in our community serving as Chairman of the Parish Council, being an integral part of the Shelford Feast committee, organising the very successful bi-annual Street Market, and generally giving his heart and soul for the good of the village.
I’m sure you will all join in sending our condolences to Angela and their family, and giving our thanks for the impact Mick had on ourselves and our village.
SHELFORD VILLAGE INFORMATION SHEET
If you wish to include anything in the Information Sheet please contact Bev and/or Karen as below:The Vilage Information Sheet is published Bi-Monthly and distributed to all houses in the village.
Bev Bingham (Tel: 933 4212, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Karen Cheetham (Tel: 933 2231, email@example.com).
Church Services are currently suspended due to the Covid-19 situation, but this page will be updated as we start to get back to normal.
As well as our monthly meetings, held usually on the first Thursday of each month at the Village Hall starting at 7.30pm, we enjoy a range of activities. There’s fortnightly walking netball, energetic and great fun; darts, where we regularly feature among the cup winners; walks, either along local footpaths or following themed trails in Newark; and occasional “specials”.
In September it was the chance to learn steel pan drumming (huge concentration required but huge satisfaction) and in November it’s the opportunity to make our own Christmas wreaths using foliage brought from our gardens as well as festive additions. Our speakers are invariably excellent. October brought local girl Carole Fisher talking about her Farming Year, and in November it’s Stacy Woodward, Service Lead for Insight Healthcare, on “Improving the mental health and well-being of the people we serve”. Singularly appropriate, since the WI’s project this year is to do with mental health.
All are welcome to our meetings. Entrance is free for your first visit and there’s always tea, coffee, cake or biscuits.
THE BAR AT SHELFORD NURSERIES CARAVAN PARK
We are open to all and our opening times can be found on Facebook or in the Bus Shelter.
What you are asking is what do we sell. Our range should meet all tastes:
Around 15 Gins from £1.50 to £2.50 a measure, with Fevertree tonic at £1 or
Schweppes at 75p.
Plus, Rum, Whisky, Vodka, Bourbon and much more, again from £1.50 to £2.50 a shot.
A range of premium large bottles of Lager such as Birra Moretti, Estrella and Budwar from £3 to £3.50.
Cider at £3 including gold medal winning Cider from Ross On Wye.
Bottled bitters from Old Peculiar at one end of the fridge to alcohol free Ghost Ship at the other, all at £3.
A range of Red, White and Rose wine at £10 a bottle and Prosseco at £12
Single serve wines at £3 and single serve Prosecco at £3.75
Soft drinks from 75p to £1.50 and crisps and snacks from 30p, nuts 50p and Cockles at £1.50.
And much, much more.
Our ambition is - if you want it and we can get it, we will.
Shelford Village Hall
Village Hall Enquiries