weaver: December 2008 Archives
The Parish Council Are Operating A Zero
Tolerance Policy On Dog Fouling.
The Parish Dog Warden Is Patrolling The
Village Day And Night
And Issuing Fixed Penalty Notices
To The Value Of £50.00 To People Who Do
Not Clean Up After Their Dogs
Maximum Penalty £1000.00
Please Keep Your Village Clean
Report Offenders Anonymously To
Parish Council Dog Warden -
Tel: 01522 820814
North Kesteven District Council
Tel: 01529 414155
A PARISH COUNCILLOR
We are currently seeking a resident who is registered on the electoral role and has lived in the village for 12 months or more and over 18 years of age to become a Parish Councillor.
Getting involved in the local community and helping with local issues is a very worthwhile way of making a contribution to the area in which we live and work. Do you have young children or teenagers and are interested in things that affect their lives? Are you concerned about our environment? How do you feel about planning issues? What about public transport? Local housing? Are you interested in local government finances, and where all our money goes? What can we do about anti-social behaviour? Do we need more local amenities?
YOUR COMMUNITY NEEDS YOU!
HELP MAKE THE DECISIONS AT GRASS ROOTS LEVEL!
If you would like to be co-opted onto Metheringham Parish Council, please do not hesitate to contact Sharon Wetherall - Clerk to the Council at PO Box 1055, Metheringham, LINCOLN, LN4 3WW, 0800 6343307, firstname.lastname@example.org for further information and a friendly chat. We look forward to hearing from you!
The Metheringham Fayre and Feast Committee held its event debrief this week which included a presentation. We hold a contest for the best dressed business premises and best dressed stall on the day of the Metheringham Fayre and Feast (18 Oct).
The Best business premises award was won by the Star and Garter. The theme of the F&F was Celebrating the 90th Anniversary of the Armistice. The Star had decorated the pub out in military fashion but the ceiling of the pub had also been decked out in parachute linen and poppies - together with crosses with the names of all the men who fell in the two wars from Metheringham.
The second picture attached shows the Council Chairman Dr Michael Allen presenting a plaque and a cheque for £50.00 to sisters Margaret Kristen and Linda Lacey who did all the decoration.
The winners of the Best Dressed Stall was Metheringham and District Swimming Pool Association whose stall depicted an Military Soup Kitchen (see below) - unfortunately they were not able to be present for their presentation of a plaque and cheque for 25.00 - the photo shows MADSPA Chairperson Di Robinson and her daughter Ann Priest
Minutes of the Scopwick Parish Council Meeting held on Tuesday 30th September 2008 at 7.15pm in the Village Hall.