Thanks to St Nicholas Court Farm and the Gardening club

A huge thank you to St Nicholas Court Farm and the gardening club in helping to keep the village looking its best, especially in the run up to the Open Gardens 2019. Towards the end of May, a vehicle somehow crashed into one of the villages planer boxes. After inspection, the advice was that it […]

Vandalism to our trees

Vandalism to our trees On Friday 24th May, a number of young boys were seen vandalising our trees in the park. We have been advised that the result of this type of damage will almost certainly kill them. Information passed on is being dealt with and is being followed up in the coming days, in […]

Essential road works – updated 14.05.19

Updated statement from SGN – 14.05.19 “Following recent stakeholder feedback, we have revised our programmes of works and will postpone the network upgrades required in Sun Lane, whilst the Open Gardens event takes place. We will still need to start works in The Length on Monday 20 May, for everyone’s safety and to maintain traffic […]

2019 Community Award

This year, the 2019 Community Award has been presented to Gavin and his mother Pat Wilson. In 1998, Gavin, mum Pat and dad John took over the village Post Office having managed the Minster Post Office before. They have continued to run the post office, providing a much needed service to our villages, including daily newspaper […]

Can you help identify these?

During the litter pick on Saturday (11th May) we came across this nest of eggs along Potten Street Road. There are about twenty eggs in total.  Does anybody know if they, or someone might be able to help us identify them? They are nicely tucked away, and have not been disturbed, to ensure their safety […]

Thank you for the training

Some essential life saving training was well received by attendees at the Pavilion on Saturday 4th May, to help injured or sick people in an emergency. Training was given in using the Automated External Defibrillator (AED), and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). Thank you to Sue Orchard and the team of Community Volunteer Responders that came along […]