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Editor’s Notes

Hello again, hope you are all enjoying the summer winds and rain. Thank you to everyone who contributes to the newsletter.  It makes my life a lot easier. I have been asked to inform you that entry to Spurn is now free for members of the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust.

 

Village Diary

(in the Hall unless otherwise stated). Please note Bingo will recommence on the 8th June and the Square Meal Lunch Club continues on a Wednesday lunch time 12:30-2:00

 

June

Tues 2nd 7pm Parish Council Meeting.

Sat 4th 10am Easington in Bloom Coffee Morning

8:30pm Quiz at the White Horse for the NYED

Sun 5th 3:30 Special Service at the Methodist Chapel.

Wed 8th 7pm Bingo

Thurs 9th 6:30pm in the Square School Fun Run

Sat 11th 10am NYED Coffee Morning

Sat 18th 10am British Legion Coffee Morning

9:30pm Quiz at the Crown & Anchor, Kilnsea.

Fri 24th Wind Turbine Public Exhibition – Npower.

Sat 25th 10am Football Club Coffee Morning

 

July

Mon 4th 7pm Parish Council Meeting.

Sat 16th 10am Mountain Dog Rescue Coffee Morning.

Fri 22nd 7pm Yankee Candle Party.

Sat 23rd 10am Youth Club Coffee Morning

 

Notice of Change of venue for Methodist Worship.

Easington Methodist will be holding Methodist worship in the Parish Church on the first Sunday of the month at 9:30am from July.

On June the 5th there will be a special service at 3:30pm at the Methodist Church led by Reverend Kathryn Jackson Withernsea Methodist Circuit Superintendent, at 4pm we shall walk to the Parish Church where we shall be received by Canon Stephen Cope and the Anglican congregation for a service of welcome.

Reverend Stephen Burgess, the chair of the York and Hull District of the Methodist Church will be attending.  Please come along and join in this event.

The next scheduled Methodist worship will be held in the Methodist Church for the Covenant service on 5th February 2012.  We have no plans to close the Chapel completely.

Reverend Kathryn Jackson

 

Free Hospital Visiting Service.

Withernsea and District Lions provide a Sunday Service for visitors to the Hull Hospitals and Care Homes.

The service leaves Withernsea at 1pm and picks up en route.

Although free, donations towards the cost are welcome.  Booking is necessary and these details can be obtained from Lion Reg Gale on 01964 612865

Easington Primary School News

Volunteers are wanted to help out with the Gardening Club.  This club is held on a Tuesday and Thursday lunchtime, 12.30 to 1 pm.  You will be helping the children with gardening tasks such as digging, weeding, planting and sowing.  If you can spare some time and would like to help out then please telephone the school on 01964 650214.  You will need a CRB check before you start.  This will be organised and paid for by the school.

 

Do you have any unwanted surplus flowering plants?

The school would welcome them so the children can plant them into pots to place outside the school buildings.

 

Glass Bank, Easington

This can be used for mixed glass, not brown glass as stated on the side of the bank. This means you can place clear, brown, green and blue glass bottles and jars in the bank.

 

Badapple Theatre Show

The ‘Back to the Land Girls’  theatre performance which was held on the 15th March was a huge success.  A big thank you to all of the people who supported this event, in        particular the volunteers who helped to make the evening run smoothly. Thanks also go to the Badapple Team for their fantastic performance.  Keep an eye out for details of Badapple Theatre returning to the village again in December – this time with a festive production.

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School Fun Run

Will be held on Thursday evening, 9th June 6:30 from the Square.  There will be a barbeque, raffle, tombola and other stalls at the School.   If anyone has any prizes to donate please drop them into the school.  Funds raised go to the Friends of School Funds.

Sarah Smith

 

Parish Council

Please note Parish Council Meetings will be on the first Monday in the month and not the first Tuesday.

Easington has a new Parish Council.

Councillor Stuart Haywood was elected Chairman, and Councillor Jim Green was elected Vice-Chairman at the first meeting, held on Monday, 16th May.

The   other   Councillors  are Roy   Clubley,  Pat  Fordyce,

Burt Graham, Dave Longhorn,

Ann Robinson, and Kevin Smith.

Full details are on the Easington Parish web site at www.easingtonparish.com

 

Wind Turbine

BT are applying for planning  permission to site 5 wind turbines in Easington and Skeffling.  In 2009, when the matter was first brought to their attention both Parish Councils met representatives from BT and strongly voiced their objections to any more wind turbines in the area.

When the turbines at Out Newton Road were originally proposed there were many objections.  At appeal, the 20 turbines asked for was reduced to seven, and it was stated this should be the maximum for the locality.

BT are now applying for Planning Permission to erect 5 wind turbines just off Out Newton Road. Three will be sited on the Easington side of the parish boundary, and the other two will be on the Skeffling side.

BT will be submitting their plans to the Planning Authority in the next month or two.  They are also planning 'information exhibitions' to be held at both Skeffling and Easington, to give residents the opportunity to see the proposals and give their views to BT representatives.

The exhibitions will be open for at least a week to give everyone a chance to see what BT have in mind.

We will try to keep you up to date via the Newsletters and Skeffling and Easington Community Websites.  We're all working closely together to make sure you have all the facts as soon as possible.

 

More Wind Turbines

The Councils have just been made aware that RWE npower renewables are applying to build up to 333 offshore wind turbines off the coast of East Lindsey, East Lincolnshire, East Riding of Yorkshire and north Norfolk.  It is called the Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm.

The consultation on the offshore wind farm proposals will commence on 1st June 2011.

There is to be an exhibition for the public to view the plans on the 24th June in the Community Hall. RWE will be issuing newsletters providing information for the community.

 

Miscellaneous Info

Green Bins Fridays

Brown Bins Thursdays. 9th & 23rd June, 7th & 21st July.

Blue Bins 16th June, 14th July

 

Football Fixtures

June / July

Easington United concluded their 2010/11 season by winning the annual South Holderness Cup competition, the Final of which played at Low Farm on  Thursday, 26th May.

The Eastenders beat Skirlaugh 7-1 to clinch their ninth win in the competition and their first in four years.

The previous Saturday saw the Club hold an extremely enjoyable Presentation Evening in the  Community Hall, with a great live band The Mo4s.

A couple of pre-season dates have been pencilled in, with Humber Premier League champions Sculcoates Amateurs visiting Low Farm on Saturday, 23rd July (2pm) and the ER County FA Juniors Rep side on Wednesday 27 July (6.30pm).

As a result of their South Holderness Cup win, Easington will also now face Hornsea Town for the annual Holderness Cup Winners Cup Final, some time in July/August.

The Annual Fun Day takes place on Sunday, 24 July, including the annual Michael “Raggy” Hudson Memorial Trophy game between the “Awd Ezzies” (Easington Veterans) and the Hull City Ex-Tigers.

Details of these and other events can be found on our Club website (www.easington-united.co.uk).

For details of sponsorship opportunities for the 2011/12, please contact

cttee@easington-united.co.uk or ring 01964 650133.

 

Our thanks go the 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.

June/July 2011

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