June 2015 archive

Crier – July 2015

Crier – July 2015

The Lound Crier was first published in the early 70’s and is a monthly journal to keep villagers informed of news and activities in and around Lound.

You will find all issues from January 2015 here.

Parish Council Agenda June 2015

Agenda for Lound PC meeting June 2015. Please note the later start – 8pm on Tuesday 30th June

Next Parish Council Meeting

Please note , the next Parish Council meeting  will take place in the Village Hall at 8pm on 30th June 2015.

Picture of the Week – Sutton and Lound School c 1930’s or 40’S

This photograph is taken from the archives. It depicts children on the road (Mattersey Road) outside the old school. How times have changed but there is a vehicle just visible in the back right hand corner. Click for a bigger image.

Internal Audit Report

Annual Governance Statement

Tony Storey OBE

Sadly Lound lost a long time resident and local historian recently. Tony died suddenly on 3 June He was the dearly loved partner of Jan, dear father of Guy and Anne Louise and father in law of Lara and Derek, also, the much loved ‘Granddad Book’ of Isaac, Reuben and Daisy. His funeral will take place on Monday 22 June. I am sure all …

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Charcon News

Charcon, as we all know, are a large employer in the village. They currently employ around 80 staff including 5 apprentices. 70 % of these employees live within 5 miles of Lound.

Questions have been asked about recent sightings of pre-fabricated roofs that have appeared in their car park, so here is the answer. The product …

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Mobile Library Van

REMINDER – A Mobile Library Van visits Lound every month at 11 O’clock at Lound Hall for about quarter of an hour.

For monthly date details go to the Google Calendar. There is a good selection of books for adults and children of all ages.

Step lift if required.

Post Office

With changes to the local postmasters schedule, the village post office will now be open from 1.00pm to 4.30pm every Wednesday in the Village Hall.

It is very important we use this valuable service to avoid the risk of loosing it!

 

 

Bumble bee on balsalm courtesy of Gee White

This delightful photograph is one of many taken by Gee White around the village. Hopefully we will publish a new one each week.