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Sutton Art Group

On Saturday 19th November 2022, Sutton Art Group will be holding their Annual Art Exhibition in the Village Hall, from 11:00am until 3:00pm. The event is held to promote and show the high standards of work achieved by members over the past year. This is your chance to go along to the hall and peruse a large range of paintings on view, many of which may be for sale on the day. Villagers and friends are invited to attend and show support for the local group.

Entry is free, so please pop in for a browse and, if you wish, for some refreshments. The usual wonderful raffle may tempt you to purchase a ticket. And our paintings may also tempt you to make a purchase. Well worth a visit!

Sutton Art Group normally meet on Friday mornings throughout the year at the Village Hall, 10am – noon.

Parish Lunches

Please note that due to the time of year and people’s commitment in general, the next two dinner arrangements at the Gate Inn at Sutton have been cancelled. The situation will be reviewed in January.

Meet the Neighbours

Please note that there is no meeting of the Neighbours group scheduled for November. Hopefully they will get together again in December.

Local Election for Sutton Ward

A local by-election is scheduled to take place in the village on Thursday 24th November, following the resignation of former Conservative District Councillor Denis Depledge due to ongoing health and personal reasons. Candidates for both Labour and Conservative are contesting the vacant seat and have been canvassing the village over the last two weeks, doorstep calling and by leaflet drops outlining their plans for the future of the villages involved. The choice is yours; please don’t waste your vote.

Sutton and Barnby Moor Gardening Club

The next meeting of the gardening club will be held on Tuesday 6th December and will be a Christmas workshop. Further details available from gardeningclub@suttoncumlound.net 

Parish Council

Parish Council Meeting

The Parish Council met as scheduled on Wednesday 9th November in the Village Hall at the usual time of 7:00pm. Leader of the council Tomas Torstensson chaired the meeting and welcomed fellow councillors and members of the public to the meeting. There were no apologies on the night as all councillors were present, along with the clerk to the council, present to record the event. County Councillor Tracey Taylor was in attendance to update on county matters and for help and advice if needed.

Early on the agenda during the public participation period, questions asked from the floor included the omission of commemorative poppies on Station Road in the village and an update on the latest Speed Watch options available to the village. Members of the public also expressed concerns over excessive speeds and traffic dangers at the Bellmoor entrance and enquired about the possibilities of extending speed limits to include this section of road.

Other matters raised on the night included clarification of the rules and regulations governing the planning application by Hive Aggregates. Preventing the potential closure of the Gate Inn Public House in the village was also discussed during the meeting, brought about by yet another planning application for change of use. The agenda items were discussed, and appropriate action taken or noted.

The next meeting of the council is scheduled for Wednesday 14th December at the usual time of 7:00pm in the Village Hall.

Parish Councillor Vacancies

The Parish Council have a number of vacancies and would like to co-opt new councillors as soon as possible. If you are interested in joining the Council and serving your community, then please contact the Clerk to the Council for further information.

Post Office

The Post Office will operate in the Village Hall on Wednesdays from 10:00am to 12:30pm. Please call in and support this local facility.

St Bartholomew’s Church

Church Service

The service at St. Bartholomew’s church on Sunday 13th November was held at the later time of 10:15am. The reason being due to the Remembrance Service taking place and the national two minutes silence being observed at 11:00am. The service was conducted by Lay Minister /Reader Joan Herrington. First reading: 2 Thessalonians 3. 6 – 13, read by Monica Hockenhull. Gospel Reading: Luke 21. 5-19 read by Dylan Boddy. Intercessions: Janet Webb: Organist: Geoff Webb.

The next service on Sunday 20th November will be “Worship for All” at the usual time of 9:30am and everybody is welcome.

Church Notices for November and December

Bishop Paul will be in attendance on Advent Sunday, 27th November to take the Advent Holy Communion service. The church is entering into a period of high activity with the Christmas Tree Festival and the visitation of Bishop Paul of Southwell on 27th November. There is also renewed interest from the church school, who are bringing the children to celebrate their Harvest Festival on 22nd November. They are also coming to church to celebrate their Nativity Services on the 13th and 15th December, immediately following the Christmas Tree Festival. A number of volunteers will be required over this period, if you can help please contact the church wardens.

Volunteers are also required for leaflet distribution in the village, informing residents of the Christmas Tree Festival and events at all the services at Christmas.


More About …

Gardening Club

You can discover more about the Gardening Club on the Sutton website here.

Meet the Neighbours

You can discover more about the Neighbours group on the Sutton website here.

Visit the Village Hall website for more details.

Mobile Library

The mobile library van normally visits the village on a monthly basis on Mondays.

You can discover more about the Mobile Library service on the Sutton website here

Nottinghamshire County Councillor

Your Nottinghamshire County Councillor for Sutton is Tracey Taylor. Please see here for contact information.

Police

You can discover more about the Police on the Sutton website here.

St Bartholomew’s Church

You can discover more about the church on the Sutton website here, and more current information may be available on the church Facebook page here.

Sutton Art Group

You can discover more about the Sutton Art Group on the Sutton website here.

Sutton Parish Council

The Parish Council normally meets on the second Wednesday of the month at 7:00pm in the Village Hall, but please see the Village Hall calendar for confirmation.

You can discover more about the Parish Council on the Sutton website here, and more topical information may be available on the Parish Council Facebook page here.

Sutton Spotlight

The Sutton Spotlight is funded by Sutton cum Lound Parish Council and is produced and delivered by volunteers.

You can discover more about the Sutton Spotlight on the Sutton website here.

The W.I.

You can discover more about the W.I. on the Sutton website here.

Village Hall

You can discover more about the Village Hall on the Sutton website here.

See a full description of the hall and all its activities on the Village Hall website here.


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We also have the Sutton Spotlight, which goes out to every house in the village on a quarterly (ish) basis. Space is sometimes limited, so try to get your entry in early.

We’re also lucky to have a village Journalist who collates news and updates for the Retford Times on a weekly basis. Get your copy in on Monday morning for the Thursday issue.

All our website updates are also sent down the village Twitter feed, @SuttonCumLound. So, follow us there for these and other items in and around our area.

The Parish Council has a Facebook presence for all things of a council nature. Contact the Clerk if you want anything on this feed.


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