March 22, 2019

Glasses Found

As some of you know we had our son Rupert’s Christening on Sunday the 3rd of March. During this event and possibly in the Church an elderly relative of mine managed to acquire an additional pair of glasses that look to belong to someone else.

If you have lost some glasses at the church please let me know and I will try and reunite you!

Kind Regards

Miles Pote

Knit & Natter Group

The next gathering is on Monday 7th January

Claxton and Sand Hutton Knit & Natter meets on the first Monday of each month in the Village Hall from 10am to noon.
Non knitters are particularly welcome to drop in for a coffee or tea and a chat with friends and neighbours.

Your contact is rachel@no1claxton.f9.co.uk 01904 468336

Remembrance Service

Remembrance Service

GFT Meeting 5th October 7pm ‘Trees for the Future’ by John Grimshaw

Posted by Colin Garner

Lost Hen

Our hen decided to go walkabout this evening in Claxton. An sign of her please give us a call on 468020. Thanks. Andrew & Liese

Pot Holes

The Pot Holes at the bottom of Whinny Lane at the junction with A64 were becoming dangerously large and very deep and so I reported to NYCC via their online service.

Just thought you would be interested to know the outcome and time sequence which has restored my faith in not only the process but also that someone reads and ‘listens’ because the very next day the very large deep one was filled in! Hopefully it will lead to further upgrading of the road surface.

16/07/2017
Road condition reported at WHINNY LANE CLAXTON.

16/07/2017
Your request has been passed to a highways inspector for further investigation. We aim to inspect all reported issues within 5 working days. Once the inspection is completed we will update your case.

17/07/2017
The reported defect has been inspected and has been added to a programme of works. The County Council prioritises the repair of defects based on the level of risk to road users. Consideration is given to the scale and location of the defect in determining this risk.

Well done NYCC I say!

Plant fair parking

Please be aware that the public will be visiting Sand Hutton on Sunday for the Plant Fair; they will not be able to park at the Village Hall and so we are using the school carpark, But if numbers exceed the space, cars will be parked on the street. We hope that the event will draw a big crowd, and help us raise money to maintain the Village Hall, but we apologise for any inconvenience.
Village Hall Committee

Plant Fair Media Release

Claxton & Sand Hutton Plant Fair

In the Village Hall, Sand Hutton. YO41 1LL

11th June 2017

10.30am – 3.30pm

Plant enthusiasts  in Claxton & Sand Hutton have grown an exciting range of 1000+ plants , to be sold at very reasonable prices  at a  plant sale on 11th June, in aid of Village Hall funds. A wide range of plants will be available for your garden , from intriguing house plants that wave their leaves, to rarely available  vigorous climbers from Chile, as well as unusual perennials for your summer borders; architectural and ornamental foliage plants; herbs; vegetables and fruit plants; grasses, and wild flowers beloved by pollinating insects.

Art, Craft and Horticultural exhibitors include Garden Wood Creations, Wood Turning, Primrose Bank and an Art Market. There will be a garden book stall, plant advice from professional  growers of specialist plants, and activities for children.

Home-made refreshments will available all day.

The growers, exhibitors and organisers look forward to welcoming you.

For sale – TV Cabinet, Help the Village Hall

For sale - An attractive display cabinet/TV stand which would complement any home!

 Offers are invited for this outstanding piece of furniture and it will go to the highest bidder.

The owners have very kindly offered to donate the proceeds to the Village Hall funds.

Now’s the chance to enhance your home and help the Village Hall!

To arrange a viewing or make an offer please email Johnshort.clx@btinternet.com

 

Friday Film Night, 28th April 2017 showing Bridget Jones’s Baby