HICKLETON PARISH COUNCIL NEWS
The council as been informed by the Boundaries Commission that as a result of the planned reduction in DMBC councillors Hickleton will beome part of the Adwick le Street & Carcroft Ward and not Sprotbrough as now.
If you require further information go to www.consultation.lgbc.org.uk.
Any comments you may want to put to the commission for or against this move must be received by the 11th August. This will be discussed at the next Parish Council meeting.
The YWLT project for Lady Mary walk as been approved, a meeting for villagers is being arranged, details will be advertised.
The winners of this years Ken Keen Award were Oliver Holmes for his achievments in the music and theatre and Alan Watford for his efforts over the years in helping keep the Club and hall open.
Next PC meeting July 17th at 8.15pm in Village Hall.
Christine Jackson (chair)
Gordon Wordsworth (treasurer)
John Edge (Highways)
Mobile 07971 689649
Tracey Elliott (open spaces)
Jean Dickinson (neighbourhood watch)
Mass is held every week on Sunday 9am and Thursday 10am; all are welcome in our beautiful church.
The church now stays open until midday on Sundays to allow visitors to look around the church or for private prayer.
A car treasure hunt will be held on June 21st starting at 6pm from outside the church, a £10 minimum donation per car (buffet inc) to take part, it’s great fun so why not have a go. For details contact G Wordsworth on 07768 775464.
NEWS FROM VILLAGE HALL MGT COMMITTEE
The annual meeting will be held on 12th June 8.15pm in Village Hall, at this meeting the whole committee resigns and a new committee elected. Anyone who may be interested in becoming a member or just interested are welcome to attend.
During the England World Cup games in June FREE Pizza will be served, come on and cheer our team on.
Every Tuesday is Quiz night in the club, why not test your general knowledge against other villagers, starts around 9.30pm, not too hard and free drinks tokens can be won followed by free pork pie and sarnies, plus open the box where you have the chance to win the pot in the box and the ultimate challenge to beat Rod with play your cards right. So come on down.
The Italian evening was sold out and a great night had by all, looking at early July for next night, probably French theme, if you want to provisionally book a table contact J Wordsworth on 01709 897984. More details when date set.
AND DON’T FORGET THE SUMMER FAYRE JUNE 29TH
Can you please bring any bric a brac , CD’s Books etc you have for the stall to the club asap.
Ladies of the village please bake for the day, any cakes buns etc would be very welcome to sell on the stall, again please bring them to the club.
Follow whats going on regarding the fayre on twitter and facebook and now you can log onto the Village website www.hickleton.org.uk
You are invited to join the Hickleton Neighbourhood Watch scheme.
What is the aim?
- To enhance the sense of community in the village
- To allow villagers to be informed via the Police’s Confirmer system (by phone or email) of safety messages or notices about crimes under investigation
- To encourage and enhance safety awareness.
What happens next?
- You need to fill in a form with contact details which is then passed to the Police to register for Confirmer messages.
- Information from regional NW and other meetings will be passed on to you.
- You will be notified of village meetings (but these will be only one or two per year).
It is as simple as that!
If you would like to find out more, or would like a form to complete, please contact Cllr Jean Dickinson on 07709931141
On behalf of the Parish
Council and Village Hall Management Committee to any new residents to our beautiful village
Why not pop into the club, its opposite the war memorial , and get to know other villagers. You are assured of a warm welcome and its one of the few ways to meet other villagers, and the beer is very good.
Or why not come to our very old and beautiful church, services on Sunday at 9am and Thursday 10am, again you are assured of a warm welcome.
Hope we see you at one if not both of our two amenities.
Why not drop in and have a cuupa and chat with other villagers in the hall, we meet again on the 12th June from 12 to 2pm and every two weeks after.