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Annual Christmas Fayre

Saturday 2nd December
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From 10am to 12pm in the Coronation Hall.

The School Children will sing on the Hall steps to open the fayre and the Tree Lights will be switched on.
Father Christmas will be dropping by to collect Christmas Wish Letters from the Children.

There will be a Raffle & Tombola - any prizes will be much appreciated.
Delicious refreshments courtesy of the Women’s Institute.Mulled Wine.

A selection of stalls; Christmas Door Garlands/Wreaths/Swags, Bird Boxes. Bric-a-brac etc.
Tables are £10, if you would like a table or have any queries please phone Tania on 01889 590736.

Further details to follow!

Merry Christmas and Festive Fizz

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Crochet your way to a handmade Christmas this year by coming along to our 4-hour fun winter workshop on 9th December from 1pm - 5pm in the Coronation Hall. The cost is £20 per person and pre-booking is essential with a £10 non-refundable deposit to secure your place. To book your place please email or call Laura before the 11th November.
Tel: 07807 801 652
Email: laura_1000@live.co.uk

Marston End of Summer Ball

Congratulations to the organisers of the Marston Montgomery End of Summer Ball.
£5000 was raised on the night which will be spit between the Church, Village Hall and Primary School.
All in all it was a successful and enjoyable evening and I hear on the grapevine, EOSB 2018 is already in the planning!!!
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Wheelchair Access

Please could all Villagers, Their Families and Visitors ensure that cars, bikes etc. are not parked on the road or pavement adjacent to the Village Hall, particularly the dropped curb area which allows wheelchair and reduced mobility users to use the level access to the Hall.

We have recently had complaints from a wheelchair user who was unable to attend an event due to a member of the public parking across the dropped curb.

This may just be unthinking behaviour, but it seriously affects some residents ability to enjoy the facilities of the village so please use the Village Hall Car Park across the Road. Persistent offenders may be named and shamed in the future.

Marston Montgomery Parish Council

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The November meeting of the WI will be Mono Printing (no you are not seeing double - our speaker was unable to come last month). We have the opportunity to make some cards and if you have a favourite shape (star/diamond etc) bring an example along to the meeting.
Refreshments and Flowers - committee. The date 20th November in the Coronation Hall at 7.30pm - new members always welcome.

Marston House Farm Planning Permission

Proposed Development
Responses from Fisher German : -
Proposed Development at Marston House Farm

Derbyshire Connect Club

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100 Club Lotto Draw

The Winning Numbers for October £25 each were 38 & 72.
As the Lotto draw comes to an end for the year we would like to thank all those that purchased tickets in support of the Coronation Hall.
Congratulations to those that have been fortunate enough to be a winner. You will be pleased to hear that we do plan to run the Lotto draw once again in 2018. We hope that you are able to once again provide your support and please watch this space for further details.
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Temporary Road Closures

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Part of Cubley Road will be closed on the 22nd of November from 9.30 – 16.00 more details to follow.

Fitness Class

Thursday 2:00pm - 3:00pm delivered by a qualified level 3 teacher Tania Sketchley.
'Exercise is blended with movement and dance to great music, to challenge the body in action, improving mobility, strength, stamina and fitness, also achieving a sense of health and well being through fun and mental stimulation.'
Come along and try a free taster!

For further info contact: Tania 01889590736 or 07515832101
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Woodland Creation Grant Confirmed

Interesting Information for all land owners
£13 MILLLION WOODLAND CREATON GRANT CONFIRMED

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A £13 million fund to increase England’s woodland has been confirmed by the Forestry Minister.
The fund, part of the Countryside Stewardship scheme, will help landowners to plant more trees to protect wildlife, boost the timber sector and reduce flood risk. It will help plant more than 3 million trees, creating 1,900 hectares of new woodland and contributing to the government’s ambition to plant 11 million trees, with a further one million in towns and cities.
Farmers, foresters and land managers across the UK will be able to apply for up to £6,800 per hectare to plant, weed and protect more trees when application forms for the next round of the government’s Woodland Creation grant are made available in September.
A range of grants are available to support the creation of new woodland and sustainable woodland management, with Forestry Commission online advice available on the application process.
Further information will be available from
Derbyshire Association of Local Councils:
The Old Loom Shop, Building 23, Cromford Mill, Mill Road, Cromford, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 3RQ

Tel: 01629 826655

Emails:
admin@derbyshirealc.gov.uk
www.derbyshirealc.gov.uk

The Parish Council will also have further information once the application forms become available in September


Telephone Box Book Exchange

This has now been cleaned and will soon be restocked and available for all villagers to use once again. Please feel free to borrow/take/loan/read/donate whenever and whatever you wish. Many thanks Book Group.

Book Club

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Book Club
If you are interested in joining us - we are very friendly and meet on the Second Wednesday each month. Our current book is Anne Michaels ‘Fugitive Pieces’. Book of the month for November is Roddy Doyle ‘The Woman who walked in to doors’. Book of the month for December will be Rachel Abbot ‘Sixth Window’. Please contact Eleanor Shakespeare on 590519 if you would like further details.

Marston Montgomery Educational Trust

Any young person having to buy books, or incurring other educational expenses, can apply to the above fund for financial assistance.  For further details please contact Hope Oakes on 01889 590547.