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April 2010

Issue 6

Community Police News Page 6 The Peatlands Way Walk Page 11 Where You Live, Your Local History Page 12 and much more...

An Essential move... Local business woman, Dawn Dell has moved her beauty salon quite literally... Next door! Dawn, who trained in Doncaster and gained her experience in a salon before starting up her own business, provided Crowle with its very first beauty salon, Essentials of Beauty back in1994. The business has grown from strength to strength, developing a great client base; some ladies are still visiting Dawn after 20 years! ‗Essentials‘ customer base is wide and varied, the youngest is around 11 years old and the eldest is 92! Customers travel from Hull, Durham, Thorne and Doncaster as well as local surrounding villages. The new premises offers 3 treatment rooms and disabled access. The extra space has provided Dawn with the opportunity of offering a wider range of treatments. As well as beauty treatments, ‗Essentials‘ now offer spray tanning, using the latest technology in illuminated and ventilated booths. Also on offer is a new ‗Physique Ultima‘ body toning machine designed to improve circulation, lymph drainage and muscle tone. Tests also show the treatment helps reduce fat deposits and cellulite. Sounds perfect to me!

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Editors Letter.... April is full of traditions, a few that spring to mind are 1st April, of course April Fools Day, Good Friday, Easter Day and St. George's Day. Again it is my favourite time of year, I think with the terrible winter we have all endeared, there is a glimmer of hope, blue skies and the feeling of warmer days ahead! Apparently I have heard because of the cold Winter, we will have a fantastic Summer ahead. I will believe it when I see it! This month, I welcome all my new advertisers, and of course not forgetting all my existing customers who have stayed with the Arrow for such a long time. The April issue has proved a very busy month!

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I would like to thank all the calls I receive, along with emails who support the magazine, all your comments are greatly appreciated! Again, anyone with any local news, clubs or societies who would like to be included, give me a ring or contact me on email. Have a great Easter and enjoy the read...

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News, News, News, News, News, News, News... Crowle Methodist Church Council invites any budding and experienced musicians, whatever age, to use the Church premises for meeting together to play any type of music. The first two months of use of Church premises would be free. If you feel you can lead this group of musicians, or you would like to be part of the group and you wish to know more, please contact me.

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Do You Recognise This Cap? I have been passed a collection of costume that belonged to a donor's father and grandfather. One of these items is what appears to be a school cap, and as the family was from the Epworth area I was wondering if anyone might recognise which school it was from? If anyone can help I would be very much appreciated! Madeleine Grout Collections Assistant (Decorative Arts) North Lincolnshire Museums Service

01724 729013 The Eastoft Community Welfare Association, registered charity 515486 would like to invite new members for the Eastoft over 50’s CLUB. They meet the first Monday of every month 12 noon at the River Don for a meal (£3.50) and get-together. Please book in advance 01724 798040. We are based in the village hall at Eastoft. Eastoft Women's Institute also meets on the second Wednesday every month in the village hall at 7-30pm


The May meeting of the Isle of Axholme group of the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust will take place on Thursday May 6th when Natasha Estrada will be giving us a talk about small mammals found in Britain. Although we know what many of these animals look like from pictures or television programmes, most of us rarely, if ever, see these creatures in the wild because they are so secretive. Natasha worked for the Trust for a time monitoring small mammals, particularly water voles and bats, and she now conducts ecological surveys for various people. We have been trying to get a speaker on this subject for a few years so we are looking forward to this meeting. Do come along and join us, our meetings are open to anyone; you don‘t have to be a Trust member. We meet on the first Thursday of the month from October to May at the new hall at the rear of Haxey Methodist Chapel on Low Street starting at 7.30pm. There is a small admission charge of £1 and there is a raffle and refreshments. Bird food is always on sale at the meetings as well as at Geoff‘s house in Belton. For further information about the local Trust group and their meetings please contact Geoff or Chris Trinder on 01427 872051. We look forward to welcoming all regular members and new visitors.

Interested in gardening? contact Martin or Gerald and become a member of the Crowle and Ealand Garden club. Contact details are 01724 712482 or 01724 711860

This month the Crowle and Ealand over 60’s club will have a local gem, not heard very often, in the person of Gwen Parker. She will be giving you home monologues, some of which will be very amusing! Interested give me a call for more details:

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Coffee morning at St. Norberts Parish Hall, Crowle will be held on April 3rd. 10am—11.30am Everyone welcome

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The three priorities for the Axholme North Ward are: Church Street Crowle– The Neighbourhood Policing Team are continuing to work with the Youth Service, the Neighbourhood Watch Group and local residents to reduce the problems of youths causing a nuisance. MP Mr Cawsey recently attended at a meeting with the Youth PC1717 service and local residents and one of Graham Godley the issues raised was regarding balls from the rear play area of the youth club entering nearby gardens. Mr Cawsey is to try and assist with funding for nets for the youth club to stop this problem.

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Godnow Road Crowle– Over the past month the main calls for service regarding the anti-social behaviour of youths have been from residents on Godnow Road. Station Road Keadby Street– The Parish Council requested that the parking at this location be monitored. The parking issues revolve around the school dropping off and collection times and concerns about child safety. This parking by parents dropping of and collecting their children is a problem at most of the schools on the Isle of Axholme and we ask that plenty of time is allowed for the school ‗run‘ and consideration be given to other road users and pedestrians so as to make these areas safe for the children. The Neighbourhood Team will patrol and monitor the above hotspot areas and any offences will be dealt with positively. PS Michelle Garlick is exploring the possibility of using the Police events bus to visit the villages to increase community engagement and give more residents the chance to report their concerns to the local officers. Pc Godley has been into St Norbert‘s School and North Axholme School to present awards to those who took part in Lifestyle 2009. Lifestyle is a Humberside Police initiative for 10 to 16 year olds to encourage young people to help their communities during the school summer holidays. The Gomez Group, The Luddington Loonie Lifestylers, The Sunshine Gals of Luddington and The Glamour Girls all worked very hard through the holidays raising in excess of seven hundred and sixty pounds for their charities which included the RSPCA, The British Heart Foundation, Lindsey Lodge Hospice and Fremans Child Care Unit. A big ‗Well done‘ to all those who took part. The Neighbourhood Team have continued to deal with anti-social use of motor vehicles and a young driver from Crowle have been reported for summons for traffic offences and will be appearing in court. Two more children have been spoken to in front of their parents regarding offences of shoplifting in Crowe. Two females have been arrested and are being dealt with for burglary in Ealand. A male has been arrested and dealt with by way of a caution for an assault in Keadby. Two males have been spoken to regarding suspicious activities in Eastoft. A number of local youths have been spoken to regarding their congregating at the boarded up premises of the New Trent Public House Ealand.


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Ritz it up in Epworth at Jonathan David... On Mothers Day I treated my mum and myself to ―Sunday Indulgence‖ and what a treat it was! The standard and quality of food and service was fantastic! Speaking to David Wardle director of Jonanthan David, he said,

“Quality is at the top of my list, it is important my customers are served fresh food with superior ingredients, that's what makes my cakes the quality they are.” I can certainly vouch for that, David started work at 6am on Mothers Day to deliver his customers all homemade fresh cakes, pastries and sandwiches, served professionally by his friendly staff it was definitely “The Ritz in Epworth” Booking is essential and costs only £8.50 per head if you would like to treat yourself call David and his team on 01427 874716 Best Wishes Carolyn

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Feeling stressed, anxious, depressed or have a recurring fear or phobia? One in four people suffer from mental health problems at some point in their life. To make it easier to get help, residents of North Lincolnshire can now access NHS mental health services over the internet. It works in the same way as an in-person appointment, with the same levels of confidentiality and using the same team of local health professionals. You can use the service to ask for an appointment or receive therapy using your computer in the comfort of your own home. A special 'drop-in' eClinic is open every Wednesday if you just want to see what all the fuss is about.

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The Isle of Axholme

Where You Live

Your Local History

Adapted by Anthony Catherall

THE SAXONS AND SCANDINAVIANS IN THE ISLE OF AXHOLME Continued For the next three hundred years or so the Saxon Kingdoms of Mercia and Northumbria conducted a smouldering conflict. The Isle on the frontier was often the centre of contention and bloodshed. It is said that three east/west hillocks called the Giants Graves near High Melwood were the graves of soldiers killed in these conflicts. Now, apparently they are no longer discernible. In the late 8th century the Danes started to make raids on the east coast. The Humber and Trent provided excellent transport inland. In 797 A.D. the country around the Humber and Trent were devastated by Danish raiders. This occurred again in 838 A.D. In 870 A.D. the Danish raiders plundered North Lindsey for three years actually settling at Torksey before heading for home. In 933 A.D. the Danes swept the whole country from Durham to Lindsey. In 1013 the King of Denmark, Sweyn, devastated North Lindsey and landed at Gainsborough where he assumed the title of King. In 1014 he died and was succeeded by Canute, his son. However, Ethelred, the Saxon king returned with an army and tried to drive out the Danes. After a number of battles, Canute became King of England as well as Denmark. Danish settlement and integration was taking place throughout this period. The Danish Kings ruled England until 1042 when a Saxon was elected. After the Norman Conquest, in 1068, the King of Denmark brought a fleet and army across to form an alliance with the Saxons to try to drive out the Normans. The Danish fleet anchored at the confluence of the Ouse and Trent off Adlingfleet. Its name derived from Edgar Atheling, Saxon heir to the throne. The camp was in a superb defensive position with the Ouse to the North. Trent to the East and the Don meandering to the South. The Danish fleet had control of the waterways. However, William the Conqueror offered the Danes a vast bribe and they left without fighting. The Isle of Axholme provides a number of Scandinavian and Danish place names. For example, a name ending in – ‘by’ Keadby (- by meaning village). Other examples are; - ‘thorpe’ - Garthorpe, Althorpe, Derrythorpe and Gunthorpe (thorpe meaning hamlet). Gunthorpe also means (hamlet of reeds). Lastly – ‘toft’ - Santoft, Beltoft, and Eastoft (-toft meaning homestead). Bibliography: Historical Geography – Mitchell Historical Geography of England and Wales – Darby History and Topography of the Isle of Axholme – Rev. W.B. Stonehouse M.A. Reads History of the Isle of Axholme – T.C. Fletcher.

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For decades, we've been warned about the dangers of sun exposure. Most of us diligently apply sunscreen before heading outdoors, confident that we are protecting ourselves from malignant melanoma, one of the deadliest forms of skin cancer. The experts have gotten their point across, maybe too well! As it turns out, in our effort to avoid overexposure to the sun, we have left ourselves vulnerable to arthritis, osteoporosis, diabetes, hypertension, and certain cancers, as well as other diseases. Exposure to the sun is our easiest and most common source of vitamin D, and although it is important to avoid sunburn, a little exposure to the sun each day can go a long way in protecting our health. Without sufficient vitamin D, experts fear that we may even see a resurgence of rickets in children, a disease that had become fairly rare in both Europe and the U.S. In today's world, we not only slather on the sunscreen before spending time outside, but many of us spend very little time outdoors to begin with. further limiting our exposure to the sun's rays. Depending on the climate in your area, opportunity for sun exposure sufficient to help protect against both breast and prostate cancer may be hard to come by. In the UK, the suns rays are too weak for a good half of the year to allow absorption adequate enough to aid in the body's production of vitamin D. Even in the hot, sunny climates of the Middle East and Africa, people often choose long sleeved garments to protect themselves from sunburn. While they are decreasing the incidence of malignant melanoma, they are depriving themselves of a vital nutrient. So what is the answer? We can get some vitamin D through food sources, such as milk, eggs, and fatty fish, but dietary sources alone typically fall far short of the mark. Supplements are widely available, but even with supplementation, the blood levels of vitamin D can remain depleted. We certainly do not want to return to the days of unprotected sunbathing -- we have concrete proof that allowing our skin to burn puts us at risk, yet it is clear that the vitamin D offered by sun exposure does provide some healthful benefits. As with most things, moderation is your best bet; seeking a little bit of daily sunlight seems to be the optimal solution. While it is important to avoid unprotected exposure during the hours of 11 a.m. through 3 p.m. when the sun's rays are the most direct and therefore the most dangerous, it is prudent to spend 10-15 minutes each day soaking up the sun's rays. So rejoice! Take your breakfast tray outside and start your day by enjoying a bit of the morning sunshine.

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Holiday Fun at Althorpe & Keadby School Thursday, 18th February Origami and making badges with an artist from 20/21 and Playing ball games with Football in the Community Friday, 19th February Drumming with Gary Hammond and Football with Epworth Coaches 25 pupils from school came to each of these activities, over the 2 days and, as you can see from the following comments from Callum, Emma and Kathryn in Year 6, a fab time was had by all:―It gives kids something to do in the holidays, instead of being bored or getting into trouble.‖ ―The art session was good as you got to make something really different and then take it home.‖ ―We have asked Gary to come back and work with us. He brought some more new instruments, which we loved playing.‖


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01724 784726 / 07817 526186 Two senior members of Axholme Camera Club have been awarded Honorary Life Membership, much to their surprise. Cliff Espin Bradley and John Roberts have both been members for over thirty years, and have served the club as Chairmen and committee members at various times. " We have been friends throughout, " said John, " and remember when the club was down to a handful of members. It is lovely to have seen it grow again, into the successful club we have today." Both John and Cliff are still active members of the club, attending meetings regularly and entering competitions.|This continuing enthusiasm for photography is a wonderful achievment, especially as Cliff recently celebrated his eightieth birthday . Both have embraced the digital age and use the new technology to great effect, often producing award winning images. The annual Photographer of the Year Competition, sponsored by Tom Dennis Imaging of Scunthorpe, was well supported with over sixty entries. Judge Erica Oram from Sheffield, had a difficult task. She studied all the photographs in the competition, and commented on each one, giving helpful advice where she felt it would be of use, before short-listing ten, which turned out to be fourteen, so high was the overall standard of work. From these she eventually selected her top three, with the winner being Jean Goodburn's beautiful study of a long tailed tit.

Jean was presented with the Tom Dennis Imaging Trophy and one of three prizes donated by member Alan Townsend. Alan then went on to win second and third prizes! Previoiusly, Alan Townsend had given a talk to members, 'Film to Digital', in which he shared some of his earliest images, taken on film and processed in the darkroom, alongside his more recent digital work, comparing the different techniques and results. It was a very interesting and informative talk as well as an opportunity to see more of Alan's terrific work. The format was far better than some of visiting speakers who give similar talks, and it is good to know we have such talent in the club. Best Wishes Lynda Photo by David Ulyett

Photographer of the Year Jean Goodburn (right) receiving the Tom Dennis Imaging Trophy from Judge Erica Oram

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Double unveiling at Epworth’s Old Rectory Museum There was a double unveiling at one of North Lincolnshire‘s popular tourist attractions on Saturday (February 20) - and one was a surprise for the 90-year-old woman taking part. Local MP Ian Cawsey was at Epworth‘s Old Rectory to officially unveil a certificate given to it to mark the fact the building had been officially designated as a museum by the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council ((MLA). And then Jean Watson from York was asked to cut a tape to officially open a exhibition room at the Old Rectory – famous throughout the world as the birthplace of John and Charles Wesley, who founded the Methodist movement. Mrs Watson had been asked to open the exhibition room as she had donated two prints to the museum and was there to represent all the people who had made donations. However, it was not until she arrived that she was asked to perform the tape cutting ceremony and said: ―I‘ll be thrilled and delighted to do so.‖ Earlier, before unveiling the MLA certificate, Ian Cawsey said: ―This represents a huge amount of hard work by a lot of people to get the Old Rectory accredited as a museum. ―I congratulate all involved and look forward to the Old Rectory going on to even bigger and better things in the future,‖ he added.


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Ealand Women‘s Fellowship

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