Missing Teddy – Update
We’re pleased to report that the missing Teddy (see below) was found within 12 hours of the report in the Woodborough Web late news.
Chairman: A J Gough
13th August at 9.00am in Woodborough Village Hall, Lingwood Lane
- Apologies for Absence and
- Declarations of Interest
- Approval of the Minutes of the
Parish Council Meeting held on 10th July
- Pavilion hot water supply,
replacement cylinder: consider quotes and agree next steps
- Former Methodist Church building:
review results of consultation on parish facilities and agree next steps
- Governors’ Field: consider
proposal for drainage works; remedial works update and next steps
- Tour of Britain 8th
September: proposal to spend £250 under S137 to decorate the village
- Proposal to purchase racking for
PC ref 1039, GBC 2018/0466 to construct 4no. stables and adjoining wash box and a manege at Old Manor Farm, Lowdham Lane
PC ref 1040, GBC 2018/0656 to replace ground floor flat roof to front elevation with tiled pitched roof and replace exterior wall coverings with render at 35 Sunningdale Drive
- AOB (for information only)
- Date of the next meeting to be
confirmed as Tuesday September 11th 2018
Has anyone come across a teddy that was left in Woodborough Park last weekend (4/5th Aug)? He is light brown with dark brown spots and made by TY.
If found, Please contact Sarah on 0782807937.
Noise of Shooting in Stanley Wood
Does anybody know who is or why they are shooting in Stanley wood?
Suspicious Van in Woodborough
A white van reg T636 UHT was seen acting suspiciously on Squires Gate, Smalls Croft, Buckland Drive and Holme Close Friday morning August 3rd around 10.00am. PLEASE BE AWARE.
Best Kept Village and Tour of Britain
Please note that the venue for the Holy Communion service on Sunday August 5th has been changed. It will now take place at St. Peter & St. Paul’s, Oxton, not St. Swithun’s as originally planned.
On Saturday September 8th a major international sporting event comes to Woodborough!
Tour of Britain
You can be part of the razzmatazz by helping to decorate the village in advance or by showing your support for this multi-stage cycle race on the day. The teams will hurtle through at about midday.
Yellow bicycles will soon start to appear at strategic points around the village to remind you of this exciting event. Can you help?
Maybe you’ve got a few unwanted bicycles in the back of your garage. If so, Simon can be contacted on 0115 9652595 and he will arrange collection. They will be transformed to create eye catching displays along Main Street.
Or you may prefer to be imaginative and decorate your own property ( especially if it’s on Lowdham Lane, Main Street or Bank Hill ) with plenty of colour, yellow bicycles, bunting, banners, balloons, scarecrows, umbrellas, cycling jerseys etc. and then stand outside to cheer the teams on their way.
Another way to attract the attention of the TV cameras on the day is with art designed to be seen from the sky. Are there any imaginative landowners on the route who may like to make an installation to be viewed from above?
We hope to have the support of plenty of villagers, The Parish Council, The Community Association and local businesses, so why not join us?
Please contact Margaret on 07752028527 within the next week if you think you can help in any way.
Parakeet Spotted in Woodborough
Hi, just thought I would mention there is a green parakeet (I think) flying around the back gardens on the left hand side of Roe Hill.