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- a Glamorous Guinea-Pig?
- a Picturesque Pooch?
- a Marvellous Moggy?
- Fanciful Fish?
- Charming Chickens?
- Resplendent Rabbits?
- or something even more exotic ?
May 24, 2013
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All are welcome to come to the Annual Parish Meeting on Monday 8th April 2013 which will start at 7.30pm. It will be held in the Sand Hutton Village Hall. This meeting is organised by the Parish Council but it is open for all electors within Claxton and Sand Hutton to come along and discuss priorities for the villages.
The Parish Council will outline the main issues from 2012/13 and then there will be a chance to discuss the coming year. What matters to you – Litter, bus services, play areas, snow clearing (see photo of snowy Whinny Lane!), potholes, grass verges, pathways, policing, community events? A key topic that we would like to consider is what involvement residents would like to have in the sporting events that will pass through the villages eg the marathon/ cycling events.
After the Annual Parish Meeting, there will be a shortened (phew) regular Parish Council meeting to discuss current issues, planning, finances etc.
Claxton & Sand Hutton Knit & Natter Group welcomes everyone to the next meeting on Monday 1st April (Easter Monday) in the Village Hall 10.00am to 12 noon.
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Rachel 01904 468336
There is now an archive of all of the past articles available on the Parish website under the ‘News and Events’ menu. You can also use the search box at the top of the page to find anything of interest on the site. The web team will be meeting again shortly, so if you have any comments or suggestions around the site and what you would like to see on it contact us here : firstname.lastname@example.org
We are always looking for new volunteers to help build, promote and maintain the site so if you’d like to help please let us know; and. most importantly, keep your contributions flowing!
Following the successful appeal, both villages now have 2 defibrillators. Last week, 32 residents attended a training event at the village hall on how to recognise sudden cardiac arrest and when/how to use defibrillators.
CLICK HERE for the latest E-News defibrillator update
Would anyone like to begin to order the York Press, to collect from box at my gate in the village hall car park? Please let me know if you are interested, on 468571.
Unfortunately tomorrows spring clean of the village hall has been postponed and will be reorganised during April. Thank you to those who offered to help and apologies for the lack of notice.
What a cracking event last Saturday in aid of the Red Nose appeal! A team of indomitable villagers got together a few weeks ago to organsise this event, and baked their hearts out to delight those who turned up to eat, donate and buy the produce.
On the day yet more Parishioners brought along their baking, the tables were full, but not for long. The team provided drinkies and what a load of grins there were.
The competition for the funniest cake was split into adults and children, the winners are pictured below, do they look happy or what?
A brief auction cleared out the remaining stock after an assortment was taken to sell at the Chuch on Sunday.
The total taken in the Village Hall was just over £430, there was a further £25 from the Church sale and the total was made up to £500 for the cause.
Congratulations and thanks to all who took part.
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The Community Library will not be open this coming Monday – 18th March as there is a bridge tournament being held all day in the village hall. Normal service will be resumed on Monday 25th.
The Launch Concert at which all details of the 2013 Ryedale Festival will be announced is to be held at 7.30 pm on Monday 22nd April at St. Peter’s Church, Norton. The Gould Piano Trio will be playing works by Haydn, Arensky, Beethoven and Shostakovich after which copies of the festival brochure will be distributed.
I shall have a stock of brochures and will be glad to supply them to whoever would like one; just let me know if I don’t put one through your letterbox! As ever, without giving the game away, some remarkable musicians and brilliant works will feature in the festival itself and the Gould Piano Trio will be the perfect taster for treats to come in July. The opening date of the festival is Friday 12th July and it runs until Sunday 28th July. Further details on the festival website – www.ryedalefestival.co.uk