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Elections 2011

Have you considered standing as a Councillor? There will be a new Parish Council after the election, which takes place on Thursday, May 5th. New members will be welcome.

For Easington Parish there are nine Councillors representing Easington, Kilnsea, Out Newton and Spurn Point. Meetings take place on the first    Tuesday of the month. If you want to become involved in how your parish is run, why not put your name forward? If you want to know the kind of matters for which the Parish Council is responsible, see the Parish web site at easingtonparish.com, where a list of current Councillors, and agendas and minutes from the last few months may be viewed.

Nomination forms will be sent to Parish Clerks from 1st March, or may be downloaded from East Riding of Yorkshire Council web site.  The nomination period runs from then until 5th April.

Candidates can either stand as a representative of a political party, stand as ‘Independent’, or stand with a description of up to six words.  Candidates need to make sure they have a proposer, seconder and 2 subscribers.

For more information contact the Parish Clerk, Jan Crowther, email: easingtonpc@btinternet.com

Tel. No. 01964 650495.

Jan Crowther

 

Welwick Sponsored Bike Ride

Welwick to Kilnsea  on Good Friday, 22nd April 2011. Meet at Bernards, Welwick (traffic lights) for 11.00 a.m. start. For sponsor forms            contact              the

Crown & Anchor, Kilnsea 01964 650276 or Mick Wilkin 01964 630556.  All  proceeds in aid of Castle Hill Heart Unit and East End Cancer Relief Fund (for the Cancer Centre at Castle Hill).

A presentation was recently made of £10,000 to the Cancer Centre at Castle Hill. The money is going to buy mobile blood pressure monitors, pulse oximeters, thermometers and nebulisers, some of which are going into the new Teenage and Young Adult Cancer ward they are opening in the centre.

The money has been raised from Coffee  Mornings, the Christmas Draw, quizzes and various sales at the Crown & Anchor, Kilnsea, the Welwick Christmas Auction, Welwick Bike Ride and various donations.

Mary Brisby

 

Evergreens

The Easington Evergreens’ Coach Trips start again with a trip to a Shopping Mall near Castleford on the 14th March and a little trip to Northfield, Withernsea on 25th March to see The Old Time Music Hall show. Unfortunately, Joan and myself will miss this one as we’ll be bobbing across the channel to France. As we can so easily get lost anywhere we go, this should prove to be an interesting visit.

Glad to hear Diane Horncastle has got over her operation alright and congratulations to her and Paul for their Ruby Wedding Anniversary which was on the 20th February.

We all wish Robina a speedy recovery and look forward to seeing her back at the Coffee Mornings very soon.

Pat Clarke.

Something Special…

Holderness Vintage Machinery  Club are holding their annual Vintage Tractor Road Run on the 2nd May (May Bank Holiday Monday), around some of Holderness’s country roads and lanes.

Around 40 to fifty tractors will leave Boyes Lane, Keyingham at 10am with the route taking them through Ottringham, Patrington, Welwick and Skeffling on the main road.

At Skeffling they will turn right to Winsetts farm through the lanes to Southend, to Lounts Farm, arriving from Seaside Road into Easington, where they will make a lunch stop in Easington at about 11.30 to 12 noon, where they will be on show in the Youth Club Field  between 12 to 1.30pm, (weather permitting).

All are very welcome to come and see the old tractors and I am sure the drivers will attempt to answer any questions about their tractors or the Club.

The Club members and drivers will have a lunch in the Community Hall before leaving for the return journey to Keyingham, this route will take them through Hollym, Froddingham, Winestead and back to Boyes Lane, Keyingham where a   welcome cup of tea will be available for them.

Anyone requiring further details about the route should contact John Broom.  COMMUNITY HALL

Please note a change in Booking Clerk.  Janet Kettley will be taking over the role shortly. Janet’s Tel No: is 01964 650450 and email:

janet.kettley@homecall.co.uk

Our thanks go to Rachel for all the hard work she has put into this job over the past few years.

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Village Diary

(Events in the Hall unless otherwise stated)

 

March

 

Sat 5th 10am. Youth Club Coffee Morning (in the Community Hall)

8.30pm. Quiz at the White Horse for the NYE Dance

Mon 7th 1.30pm. Monday Afternoon Club, Beetle Drive.  (All welcome)

Tues 8th 7pm. Enhancement Meeting

Tues 15th 7pm. Theatre Show ‘Back to the Land Girls’ - Sold Out.

Sat 19th 10am. Young Farmers Coffee Morning.

Wed 23rd 7pm. Yankee Candle Party

Mon 28th 1.30pm. Monday Afternoon Club

Tues. 29th 7pm. Parish Council Planning Meeting.

 

April

 

Tues 5th 7pm. Parish Council Meeting.

Sat 9th 10am. Evergreen’s Coffee Morning

Tues 12th 7pm.  Enhancement Meeting.

Sat 16th 10am. Withernsea Hospital Coffee Morning

Tues 19th 7pm. Skeals AGM and Talk by Iain Glaves, Spurn Bird       Observatory.

Good Friday 22nd 11am.  Welwick Two Wheelers Bike Ride (see article).

 

Something else of interest:

Memories of Boothferry Park

Exhibition of photos and paintings by a local lad, Roland Wheeler Osman, will be held a the Hull History Centre from 14th February to 14th March.  Also Harold Needler’s scrap book will be on display.

Football at Low Farm

The First Team have now received their fixtures through to the       season’s end, a run in that includes a fair number of home games (see below).

Meanwhile, a string of recent postponements means the Reserves and Casuals also have a backlog of home games as well.

 

March

Sat 5th – Main Pitch: First Team v Kiveton Park - League (3.00pm) (Match Sponsor: TBC)

Sat 12th – Main Pitch: First Team v AFC Hucknall - League (3.00pm) (Match Sponsor: TBC)

Sat 19th – Main Pitch – Reserves v Viking Raiders – League(2.00pm) Pitch 2 – Casuals v Skirlaugh Reserves – League (2.00pm).

 

April

Sat 9th – Main Pitch – First Team v South Normanton Athletic – League 3.00pm (Match Sponsor TBC)

Sat 16th – Main Pitch – First Team v Phoenix FC - League (3.00pm) (Match Sponsor TBC)

Sat 23rd – Main Pitch - First Team v Welbeck Welfare – League (3.00pm)   (Match Sponsor TBC)

Mon 25th – Main Pitch - First Team v Whatton United – League (3.00pm)   (Match Sponsor Frank Hill & Son Ltd)

Sat 30th – Main Pitch - First Team v Thorne Colliery – League (3.00pm) (Match Sponsor TBC)

 

May

Mon 2nd – Main Pitch - First Team v Bentley Colliery – League (3.00pm)   (Match Sponsor TBC)

We continue to seek sponsorship for the Club and have several packages available, including playing & warm-up kit, advertising hoardings, match day deals etc.  If interested please ring 01964 650133 or contact cttee@easington-united.co.uk

Check out the website at www.easington-united.co.uk

Twitter at:

www.twitter.com/EasingtonUtd and our Facebook page. Meanwhile a blog of all things Ezzie (and other tosh) can be found at http://slusheasington-united.blogspot.com

 

Addendum from Diane

My thanks go to Pam Pearce for putting this Months Newsletter together, and also Pam, Jan, Joan and Andrea for their continued help with delivery. (If anyone else would like to help with delivery please let me know).

We are all very sad to hear of the death of our former Dairy Farmer/Milkman, Clarence Douglas. He served the area for many years (originally from a hand-cart ladling the milk from the churn). He was a lovely man. Our condolences go to the family.

Well Done to Sarah Smith bringing live Theatre to Easington wonderful!  And it is a Sell Out!

Finally on a personal note my thanks to family and friends for the cards, flowers (very welcome food!) and good wishes during my recent enforced inactivity.

 

Miscellaneous Information

Green Bins:  Fridays

Blue Bins: 24th March, 21st April

Brown Bins: 3rd, 17th & 23rd March

Library Van

Wednesdays fortnightly

11.50-12.05  Kilnsea (Nr. Tel.Box)

1.20-1.35pm  Westfield Close

1.40-1.50pm Dimlington Bungalows

2.20-3.40pm The Square

 

Our thanks to Centrica for copying the Newsletter.   The information in this Newsletter is    intended for general information purposes only. Whilst the editor tries to ensure that the information is accurate and   complete, some of the information Is  supplied by third parties.  We can make no warranties about the accuracy, reliability, completeness or timeliness of the information or links.

February 2011

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Parish Council Agendas

Parish Council Minutes - 1st February 2011