Message from PC Fellows

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

PC Fellows Message

Bassetlaw’s Local Plan & the ‘Call For Sites’

Bassetlaw District Council is paving the way for a new ‘Local Plan’ by encouraging landowners to put forward sites for potential development in the District.

This ‘Call for Sites’ will look to identify land within Bassetlaw that may be suitable for development such as housing, employment, commercial, mixed use and traveller sites over the next …

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Crier – November 2015

Crier – November 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.

IGAS Request Scoping Opinion for Exploratory Bore Hole

The prospective applicant intends to apply to Nottinghamshire County Council for permission to drill a single exploration well and three sets of monitoring boreholes, which would contain up to three boreholes in each set, to sample groundwater and ground gas at Tinker Lane, Retford Road, between Blyth and Barnby Moor, Nottinghamshire.

See attached link …

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Crier – October 2015

Crier – October 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.

Lound Phoenix Group Programme

Phoenix Group programme for 2015 to 2016

The Phoenix Group meet on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7.30pm in the Village Hall.  During the season the ladies of Lound organise various day trip visits, interesting speakers and craft ideas. All ladies are very welcome to come along to meetings and meet new friends. For further information see the …

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Crier – September 2015

Crier – September 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.

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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Idle Valley Map

For those lazy days when you have nothing to do, why not take a walk around the Idle Valley. Either visit their website – see home page link, or make use of the attached map to find your way around. Idle Valley Map.jpg (click picture to open map)

Crier – August 2015

Crier – August 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.

East Coast Main Line Level Crossing Closures Feasibility Study

Based on the information gathered, NetworkRail have decided not to go ahead with a single programme of level crossing closures. Instead will take a case-by-case approach, looking to close level crossings as part of other planned improvement work over the next five-year funding period (2019-2024) and beyond, or where an opportunity for closure becomes apparent …

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Views of Lound Past & Present

Over the last 100 years, Town Street has changed from a sleepy North Nottinghamshire village to a very popular residential location. In that short time, many properties have been either demolished or altered to modern living standards. We now have the luxury of electricity, mains sewers, telephones and all the mod cons to make our life easier.

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Victory Goes To The Young Footballers

Well done to all the players for an enjoyable and exciting game.

The final score was very close:  Youngsters = 15 / Oldies = 3  !!!

Man of the match has to go to Gerry, the orange goal keeper, for saving so many goals with such spectacular dives…

Maybe the Youngsters were lucky in the first half as …

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More Helvellyn Photographs

These photographs were taken by Gaynor Cowdrey and represents just a little flavour of the day.

 

Helvellyn Charity Event

Ivor, the landlord of the Bluebell had an idea a few years ago, to hold an annual walk as a way to keep fit and raise money for charity. This year the money raised will go to the Bassetlaw Hospice in Retford (anyone still wanting to donate can still …

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Dob on a Dirty Dog

Is your dog guilty? Dog fouling can land owners with a fine of up to £1,000

Can all dog owners please be responsible and clear up…

Dog fouling complaints can be reported by contacting Bassetlaw District Council.

Telephone: 01909 533 399

email: dogpoo@Bassetlaw.gov.uk

or visit: www.bassetlaw.gov.uk

 

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.

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.

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.

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