Tag: Village News

Lound Oil Syndicate

Planned January Oil delivery

I have had a few requests from people for oil and so I am planning an oil delivery in the next two weeks. I intend to place an order for home oil deliveries to be made in Lound for either week commencing 14th or 21st January 2019, dependant upon your response.

I therefore need …

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School Governors Required

Sutton Cum Lound school is looking to recruit a number of Foundation Governors to monitor and guide the school on it’s journey. The school has grown in size and pupil numbers over the past few years and is well regarded in the locality. A foundation governor would need to commit to at least two evening …

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Lound Oil Syndicate

It’s that time of year again when we are all starting to plan for cooler days ahead. We intend to place an order for home oil deliveries to be made in Lound for the week commencing 10th September 2018.

We therefore need your requirements for oil to be with us by Wednesday 5th September at the …

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Maize Harvest

Maize Harvest has Started at Sutton Grange

It’s that time of the year again, when F W Walter farm will be carting Maize across the cross roads in Lound. Fred has told the drivers to slow down and stop at the cross roads and also reduce the revs on the tractors when in the village. This should …

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St Bartholomew’s Church – Sutton-cum-Lound

A New Group of Parishes to be formed – See attached document

Article for Sutton and Lound

The Lound Defibrillator Group

The Lound Defibrillator Group would like to say a big thank you to Ivor and Joanne at the Bluebell. Also, thanks to Jeanne and Tim Pepper for a great quiz and very enjoyable evening at the Bluebell last Wednesday 2nd May. 

Those taking part, raised £260 to support and fund the running of the village …

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Road Works – 2 Way temporary traffic signals

Please see the attached advance notification from VIA in partnership with Notts County Council in relation to road works and repairs on Town Street Lound.

Road Works – Town Street, Lound

 

Wheels to Work

Do you need help with transport to start work or learning? ‘Wheels for Work’ is a transport solution scheme aimed at helping you get over the initial problem getting to work, training or education.

Funding is available until the end of November to help people to access work and training by purchasing a pushbike for them …

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Maize Harvest

Maize Harvest Starts Today

It’s that time of the year again, when F W Walter farm will be carting Maize and Beet across the cross roads in Lound. Fred has told the drivers to slow down and stop at the cross roads and also reduce the revs on the tractors when in the village.

This should …

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Warning To Lady Car Drivers

It has been reported in the Beckingham to Misterton area that two males have been flagging down single, female motorists. They were parked in a layby next to a blue car with its hazard warning lights on. One lady who did stop, fortunately used her wits to get away but was left frightened. The Police want …

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Lound Oil Syndicate

Any Lound resident wishing to order domestic heating oil (500 litres or more) please contact Rod or Sarah Austin on 818089 or e-mail us at loundoilsyndicate@gmail.com before the 6th February.

We will then go out to tender to a number of suppliers based upon the total amount of oil required by the …

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Loose Dogs

Nottinghamshire Police have asked that the village be aware of the following statement from them.

Following further reports of dogs running loose in Lound Officers visited the premises where the dogs were living and issued the owner with a Community Protection Warning Letter, the owner accepted the letter and has arranged for them to be …

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Retford Post 16 Centre – Big Ideas Big Ambitions

 

You might be interested in attending and supporting this careers event taking place at Retford Post 16 Centre on Wednesday 8th March. If you know of local businesses, education providers or third sector organisations that would like to attend please direct them to this website to express their interest – Continue reading

Scam Alert – Amazon

Action Fraud has received several reports from victims who have been sent convincing looking emails claiming to be from Amazon. The spoofed emails from “service@amazon.co.uk” claim recipients have made an order online and mimic an automatic customer email notification. The scam email claims recipients have ordered an expensive vintage chandelier. Other reported examples include: …

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Message from Sgt Crofts

Emergency Numbers 

Sgt Crofts has been asked a question in relation to the reporting of issues direct to local officers, and whether that is an acceptable thing to do. The attached information should be useful if in doubt

Lorry Concern in Lound

Lorries who are following incorrect SATNAV’s into the village are causing concern to some villagers.

‘Lorry Watch’ is a scheme operated using local people to detect the misuse of weight restricted routes being used by HGV’s in Nottinghamshire.

If you see a heavy goods vehicle travelling on a weight restricted route please report it to the following website:-  

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Village Street Party Success

Friends, parents and children all joined in the fun at yesterday’s Village Street Party in celebration of the Queen’s 90th Birthday.  Unfortunately, rain disrupted the start with many moving into the Village Hall to inspect the displays and sample the excellent food on offer. The British spirit soon kicked in with everyone joining in the fun. The …

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Fibre Optic Broadband has Arrived…

After many months waiting, BT has connected Superfast Fibre Optic Broadband to Lound.

For more detailed information on how to update and get Superfast Fibre Optic Broadband to your home together with the costs involved, you need to visit BT or your Internet Service Provider website for details.

 

Message from PC Fellows

PC Jason Fellows has sent this update for everyone’s attention.

PC Fellows Message

Public Spaces Protection Order – Dog Control

Bassetlaw District Council  proposed Public Spaces Protection Order for the control of dogs has now completed its progress through the Council democratic process and will come into force across the District on 1st September 2015.

The order enacts the following provisions,

1. It will be an offence for a person in charge of a dog …

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