Category: Linghurst Lakes

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Linghurst Lakes History

Linghurst Lakes History

Linghurst Lakes Maintenance


Please be aware there will be grass and brush cutting around the north side of Linghurst Lakes from tomorrow morning – Tuesday 4th June.


Linghurst Lakes – Warning to Walkers

TRIP HAZARD Today, gorse bushes around the north side of the south lake have been cut down to open up the vista. Please be aware there will be some hidden roots which could cause a trip hazard.


Linghurst AGM Oct 2017

Moth Group Report – Linghurst Lakes

Moths comprise a group of insects related to butterflies, belonging to the order Lepidoptera.

Most lepidopterans are moths and there are thought to be approximately 160,000 species of moth, many of which are yet to be described. Most species of moth are nocturnal, but there are also crepuscular and diurnal species. Although the rules …

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Linghurst Lakes AGM Minutes – October 2017

Minutes of the Linghurst Lakes AGM, which was held in the Village Hall on Wednesday 4th October.

AGM Minutes 05.10.17 (003)

Linghurst Lakes AGM – 29 September

The Linghurst Lakes AGM will be held in the Village Hall on Thursday 29 September at 7.30pm. Villagers who are interested in helping to keep the Lakes in good condition or, in becoming Friends of Linghurst Lakes are invited to attend the meeting.

Linghurst Lakes Sub Committee AGM Minutes


These are the draft minutes for the Linghurst Lakes Sub Committee AGM held on 3 September 2015.

Linghurst Lakes AGM September 2015

Linghurst Lakes Sub-Committee AGM 3 September 2015

Linghurst Lakes Sub-Committee Annual General Meeting, September 2015

Linghurst Lakes sub – committee is an extension of Lound Parish Council. Their AGM will take place in the village hall at 7.30pm on Thursday 3 September. Anyone is welcome to attend and  hear of the work carried out around the lakes over the last year …

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Linghurst Lakes – Parish Park

Linghurst Lakes was handed over to Lound Parish Council by Tarmac in January 2004.

The restoration of the quarried areas was a condition of Tarmac being allowed to quarry this area near the village.  Nottinghamshire County Council approved and monitored the scheme and when it had been completed satisfactorily by Tarmac it was handed over …

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