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Posted: Thu, 17 Jun 2021 09:34 by Mark Hunter
Despite the delaying of all lockdown restrictions being lifted, we are happy to say that all events planned for the weekend of 26th / 27th June are able to go ahead as they all meet current Government guidelines.
Please see flyers, noticeboards and the document below for details of what is happening at the Church, the Star and Garter and how to enter the Medieval Scarecrow Competition. Lots of different things to lift our spirits!
Posted: Fri, 11 Jun 2021 22:30 by Mark Hunter
The Parish Council, the PCC of St John the Baptist Church and the Trustees of the Educational Foundation of Abigail Bailey and Ann Levett are delighted to advise their nomination of Adrian Dale has been successful, with the award of the British Empire Medal (BEM) in the HM The Queen Birthday Honours List 2021.
Cllr Andrew Seaman, Chair of the Parish Council, said
Adrian Dale has made a substantial contribution to this Parish over the last 20 years by giving up his own time for the benefit of others. This award rightly recognises this commitment which he continues to provide today. He has been instrumental in making many substantial improvements in the Parish to provide amenities and services including during this pandemic by providing daily help and support to others who were in need both mentally and physically. More »
I am proud to have had the opportunity to work with Adrian over the years and wholeheartedly thank him for being here for us. » Less
Posted: Sun, 23 May 2021 14:03 by Mark Hunter
Cllr Andrew Seaman was elected as the Chair of the Parish Council for 2021-22, at the Annual Meeting in May.