NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH: The local association report the following incident:
ALERT 1/09/2019 – A Bobcat mini digger was stolen from a building site on Lound Low Road yesterday. A member of Neighbourhood Watch advises that the digger was stolen from Lilac Homes building site at 06:10 yesterday (31st August 2019). There is video footage of the incident and the police have been informed. We also have reports of a white transit type van registered with a 59 plate seen cruising up and down Station Road, yesterday and twice again this morning. Please WATCH OUT throughout the village.
BARNBY MOOR UPDATE: After a reasonably attended cricket match between the two local hostelries, which may have benefitted from a bit more local support, the village is ready to have another go!
Does anyone fancy a sausage? Just to let you know that Barnby Moor are once more holding its annual sausage making and eating evening on Saturday 7th September in the Village Hall at about 7:00pm. B. Y. O.refreshments. Tickets £5.00. Contact Jayne 07527 905 634 or Ann (01777) 705 906. If you are interested let us know ASAP as Denis needs to know how much meat will be required! How many sausages can you eat?
PARISH LUNCHES: Please note that the Parish Lunch for September will take place on Tuesday 17th September at the Gate Inn at 12:00noon. You are invited to join us for good food and conversation. NB: a small contribution is made to the current building fund after each lunch session.
Details of the lunches which occur approximately every six weeks are available from Church Warden Janet Webb on (01777) 818 682 or Lay reader Joan Herrington on (01302) 742 562 or please just call in to the venue on the date announced.
GARDENING CLUB The group met on Tuesday 3rd September at Barnby Moor village hall, Kennel Drive at 7:15pm when Annette Mackenzie made a return visit bringing her 2 owls (Brillo and Eric) to meet the group. A further update will follow when to hand. New members are always welcome, please contact Jenny Bailey (01777) 708 155 for further information.
CHURCH SERVICE: The service on Sunday 1st September was “Songs of Praise” conducted by Lay Reader Joan Herrington, commencing at the usual time of 9:15am. After a very warm welcome and the declaration of general notices to hand the service entitled A celebration of lives in Christ began! Various readings took place involving members of the congregation including: Rosemary Woodgate, Monica Hockenhull, Lynne Tweed, Shirley Stokes. Readings for today were read by Fiona Pagdin and prayers were led by Janet Webb. A lesser turnout than normal in church today with various members on holiday at this time! Today was a special occasion for one couple present as today’s Officiant Joan Herrington and husband Harry were celebrating 66 years of wedded bliss. The congregation congratulated the happy couple and wished them well. Hymns chosen by the pair, their favourites over many years were sung with conviction and great gusto by those present making a very warm and far reaching service enjoyed by worshippers. Following the concluding prayer and blessing parishioners were invited to remain for refreshments.
ST. BARTHOLOMEW’S DAY: The local church’s event to celebrate St. Bartholomew’s day on Saturday 24th August was deemed a success and attracted a large amount of people on the day! As it was the church’s Patronal Festival Day they celebrated by opening the church during the day for refreshments, Bells rung as scheduled, unfortunately an attempt to ring a quarter peal on the day was lost but did not dampen the enthusiasm of the ringers, who were on hand to ring again for service on Sunday morning. A service of “Holy Communion” was held at 3:30pm in the afternoon and the display of the plans for the proposed new toilet and kitchen, attracted a lot of attention as they were perused during the event. Having a raffle , serving afternoon teas all added to the days event which appeared to be appreciated by those in attendance. This special event was held to aid the building fund and get the local community involved with the plans. Thanks must go to all concerned for their time and efforts.
END OF AN ERA FOR ST BARTHOLOMEW’S CHURCH COUNCIL: This week saw the last St Bartholomew’s Parochial Church Council Meeting (PCC). Due to a new pastoral scheme for churches in our area it means there will now be a benefice PCC made up of 2 representatives from each of the seven churches in the group. Thanks was given at the last meeting this week for the dedication and service given by members, some who have given over 50 years! Congratulations!
QUIZ NIGHT: The quiz continues to take place in the Village Hall every Sunday night, £1.00 entry per person which is paid back as prize money! The bigger the crowd – the bigger the prize! New contestants always welcome. 8:00pm start and bar open.
YOUTH CLUB: The Youth Club continue to meet on a Tuesday night from 6:00pm to 7:00pm in the Village Hall (except for the first Tuesday in the month). New members are always welcome.
MEET THE NEIGHBOURS: The group continue to meet at Sutton Village Hall on the second Wednesday of each month for a communal lunch. Further details about the group and its activities are available from group leader Joan Reiter on (01777) 702 137.
SUTTON APRIL CLUB: The April club continue to meet every two weeks in the village and full details are available from Group Leader and organiser Carole Head on (01777) 705 077.
GARDENING CLUB: Details relating to the club and its activities available from Elaine Hauser on (01777) 705 274 or mobile 07969 254 920 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
New members always welcome.
SUTTON ART GROUP: The group meet every Friday morning in the Village Hall and will continue throughout the season. Further details of the group and their activities are available from:
- Joan Reiter on 07990 702 445 or (01777) 818 492
SUTTON AND BARNBY MOOR WI: Sutton and Barnby Moor W.I. meet on the 3rd Wednesday of the month at Sutton Village Hall at 7:15pm. Members old and new always welcome.
DISTRICT COUNCILLOR FOR SUTTON WARD: Your District Councillor for Sutton Ward, Rob Boeuf, can be contacted at any reasonable time on (01777) 700 204, or via email: email@example.com
COUNTY COUNCILLOR: If you have any issues or concerns then your County Councillor Mrs Tracey Taylor can be contacted at any reasonable time on 07770 847 086, or office number: (0115) 804 3177.
PARISH COUNCIL: The Parish Council normally meet on the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00pm in the Village Hall. There is a public participation period and all residents are welcome to attend. For further information please contact the Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Sutton Central number: 07092 985 871.
POLICE: The local Beat Team for the BERL beat ( Bassetlaw East Ranskill / Lound) are as follows:
PC 3467 Gareth Mitchell – Mobile: 07976 173 926, email: email@example.com
For help and advice in the first instance please contact:
PCSO Lucy Campion – Mobile: 07525 989 445
VILLAGE HALL BOOKINGS: Enquiries with regard to the booking of the Village Hall should be made by contacting 07092 985 831. Anyone making enquiries please note that the number is not manned on a permanent basis, but calls are re-routed to one of three points for their attention and will be dealt with as soon as possible. Please be patient and your enquiry will be dealt with. Thanks for your cooperation.
POSTAL SERVICES: The Post office operates in the Village Hall on Tuesdays and Wednesdays of each week.
Opening times are as follows:
- Tuesdays from 11:30am to 2:00pm
- Wednesdays from: 9:00am to 12:00 noon
The local office can supply residents with: Pensions, Foreign Currency, Travel Insurance, Car insurance, investments and Savings.
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