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July 2010

Issue 9

Community Police News Page 6 Where You Live, Your Local History Page 10 New s from Althorpe and Keadby Community Nature Area Page 14 School News

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Editors Letter.... How does every woman feel at this moment, probably single, with the World Cup now in full swing. In my household its probably the opposite, I will be supporting England, shouting at the TV, jumping up and down on the sofa whilst my husband feels abandoned!

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News, News, News, News, News, News, News... Smartest Baa None! opened its doors on 1st May in Fountain Court selling designer children’s wear and it’s owner Jane Keightley has already been nominated for a prestigious award. Mrs Ann Markham from HSBC in Epworth nominated Smartest, Baa None! For the 2010 HSBC Start-Up Stars Award. The awards, now in their 10th year, recognise and

celebrate the achievements of the best start up businesses in the UK. The judging panel will assess al entries and decide on regional finalists and ultimately a regional winner, who will go forward to represent the region at the Gala Awards Dinner at London‘s Dorchester Hotel in October. There is also the opportunity to share in £50,000 worth of business grants.

There will be a public meeting on Wednesday 14th July 2010 at the Community Hall, Woodlands Avenue, Crowle at 7pm. Help us to develop our Community Led Plan. At the meeting there will be an opportunity for interested parties to join the steering group to develop the Community Led Plan

St Oswald’s Church Strawberry Tea on Saturday 10th July. All the usual stalls, fantastic teas and ―Mini Olympics‖ suitable for all ages. The fun starts from 2.30pm in and around St Oswald‘s Church.

Crowle and Ealand over 60’s club meet the 3rd Thursday in the month at 7pm. July meeting we look forward to The Wold Singers. Visitors welcome Anyone interested please contact 01724 711584 Please note there is no meeting in August.

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Neighbourhood Team’s priorities;Pott‘s Lane car park, Crowle – this area has seen a group of young people and vehicles congregating in the car park mainly during the evening and causing a nuisance to residents and the public which can be quite intimidating. Police patrols have increased and there has been regular sanctions imposed on identified offences and offenders. There is ongoing work being completed by the Neighbourhood team and partnership agencies.

PC1717 Graham Godley

PCSO Wendy Frear

PCSO 7576 Paul Fearon

St Oswald‘s Church/Gardens, Crowle – this is an area suffering from youths causing annoyance and antisocial behaviour. The neighbourhood team are making patrols in the area and will deal with any persons who commit offences in this area. Any information regarding the persons responsible please contact you Neighbourhood team. Keadby Park/Edinburgh Road, Keadby – reports are being received that this area is suffering from persons being in drink and small fires be set alight. The Neighbourhood team patrol the area and work with partner agencies to address and prevent this behaviour from continuing. The Neighbourhood team currently hold a Police surgery on the 1 st Monday of every month at the Tesco supermarket in Crowle between 1pm and 2pm and staff are more than happy to speak to any member of the community. If you are unable to make these surgeries then the Neighbourhood Team for the North ward of the Isle of Axholme are;- PC 1717 Graham GODLEY, PCSO 7576 Paul FEARON and PCSO 7889 Wendy FREAR, please do not hesitate to make contact with the above either by e-mail or by phone. The Neighbourhood team continue to work with the local authority and youths to support diversionary activities for youths to prevent them offending. We are working to support activities planned by partner agencies for the summer period which will be advertised in various media outlets. The 2010 Lifestyle project has been launched and local children are encouraged to participate and perhaps win a trip to Florida. Neighbourhood staff will be visiting local schools in the area to promote and assist the young people with their projects. Anyone wishing to participate should direct their attention to our website www.humberside.police.uk/ lifestyle or contact 01482 220700.

You can contact Humberside Police on 0845 60 60 222 for non-emergency calls. You can also contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. When contacting Crimestoppers you do not have to give your name and you may be eligible for a cash reward for information you give. The police station at Epworth also provides a front counter service for two days a week, Tuesday and Thursday, between 9am and 3pm. This can be subject to change at short notice, but if this happens a notice will be on the front door at Epworth.

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Members of Axholme Camera Club did not have to venture far to find subjects to photograph for one of the recent competitions. They were only allowed to venture two miles from home. Encouraging people to look at their locality in a new light, the entries were many and varied, providing the judge with food for thought. A Landscape or Seascape competition produced images from far afield. Mick Revill of Crowle entered Sunset in South Africa, Dave Neale Spitzbergen and George Fiddler one from the USA . The judge, Ernie Jackson of Doncaster, had some difficult decisions to make. The winners, however, were Andrew Kershaw , with 4 prints in the ratings, including the winner in the monochrome section, and Jean Goodburne of Hatfield, winner of the colour section. Peter Webster, Judy Newton, and Lynda Ulyett also scored 19s.

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Due to adverse weather conditions early in the year, many of the postponed programmes have been rearranged for the Temple View by Peter Webster last few weeks of the summer. The Audio Visual presentations, pictures to music, was well supported with many first timers showing their work alongside some excellent work from the more experienced, although it was relative new-comer Jean Goodburne who yet again showed her rapidly developing talent with her very technical offering 'Birds'. It is time for the Battles once more, when member clubs of the Lincolnshire Photographic Association go head to head. Axholme hosted their first round at home, where their opponents will be Grimsby and Ashby. Grimsby won the round with 273 points, Axholme were second with 261 and Ashby gained 239. The next round for Axholme will be at Cleethorpes where they take on Cleethorpes Camera Club and North East Lincs Photographic Society. Three members have gained entry to a biennial Exhibition held at Grimsby. David Neale, Andrew Kershaw and Geoge Fiddler have a total of nine prints accepted. A total of 100 prints are chosen from all the entries to go forward to the competition. Photo shoot trips are always subject to the vagaries of the weather, but members may be seen out and about in the coming months wielding their cameras in a variety of places locally. In inclement weather, indoor discussions, workshops etc will operate.

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The Isle of Axholme

Where You Live

Your Local History

Adapted by Anthony Catherall

THE DRAINAGE OF THE ISLE OF AXHOLME The years between 1626 and 1719 were a time of trouble and violence in the Isle of Axholme. In 1626 Cornelius Vermuyden was granted the opportunity to drain Hatfield Levels (or Chase) that was the Kings land. At the time King Charles1 was short of money and Parliament refused to give him any except under certain conditions. He granted Vermuyden permission to drain Hatfield Chase. To be successful the surrounding lowland also had to be drained; thus the western part of the Isle of Axholme was included. The King, Vermuyden and the local tenants were each to receive one third of the drained land. At the time before the drainage the Isle was surrounded by water with the River Trent to the East, River Dun (Don) to the north, the River Torne to the west with the River Idle to both south and west. The rivers meandered fairly freely constantly changing their beds. In winter much of the land was flooded. Quite large boats could sail between Wroot, Haxey Carr and the River Trent. The low lying watery area were full of fish and fowl including Herons, Bitterns, Storks, Cranes, Swans, Ducks, Geese, Curlews, Snipes, Redshanks, Plover, Waterhen, and Teal that were of obvious importance to the locals. Between Hatfield and Westwoodside there was about three feet of water all year round flooding about 60.000 acres. In summer some of the less flooded land dried sufficiently to be used as common pastureland. Their use was protected by the Deed of 1359 by John de Mowbray. Peat was cut for local use and some for sale in York that was said to depend on Axholme peat, as London did on Newcastle coal. Some attempts at artificial drainage had been made before Vermuyden. In the reign of Edward 111, commissioners were set up to build a channel to relieve the waters of the Idle and maintain it. Bykersdike was dug from the Isle to Stockwith to do this. Later in the reign of Henry V, commissioners cut Mare Dyke and made a sluice to try to control the waters of the Dun and short cut the waters to the Trent at Luddington. Snow Sewer and Hekdyke were also pre-Vermuyden attempts at Drainage. Vermuyden agreed to drain the area in 1626. Of the drained land the local people were to receive one third, the King one third, and Vermuyden and his shareholders called Participants were to receive one third. The work was started in 1627 and finished in 1629. About 50 Dutch workmen and Dutch equipment was used. They set up their camp at Santoft. Vermuyden’s task was to drain Hatfield Chase that was Crown land and the overflowing lands surrounding it including the western part of the Isle of Axholme. The meandering Idle River in the south was cut off at Idle Stop and the waters directed down Bykersdyke to the River Trent at Stockwith. The Dun River’s northwest branch was cut near Snaith and a five and a half mile drain called Dutch River was cut to Goole for this water. The River Torne was restricted into the new Torne river channel from near Wroot to come out to the Trent at Althorpe. Due north from Idle Stop was cut the new Idle Drain crossing the River Torne at Tunnel Pits as far as Dirtness. Here it ran parallel to a similar drain from Tudworth due west. They ran side by side to the Trent at Althorpe. High embankments were built on the right hand bank of the River Dun and on the north bank of Bykersdyke. The work was done in two years and cost £400,000 – a vast sum in those days. Continued month 10 next Please mention

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St Norbert’s Catholic Primary School Newsletter The Summer Term is flying by and the end of term is fast approaching. The children have been out and about this term with visits to Magna, Waters Edge Nature Reserve, Cusworth Hall, Cleethorpes, Normanby Hall, North Lincolnshire Museum, St Bede‘s, Scunthorpe Choir Festival and the PGL residential visit in the holiday. Our Nursery children have enjoyed their first school visit to a reading morning held at Crowle Library. The whole school also experienced a morning of Indian dance and storytelling followed by Indian themed dance and music workshops which were very enjoyable. Our school Sports Day takes place on 22 June which is being held in conjunction with a Transition in Schools event. A selection of agencies will be in school to offer advice and assistance to parents. These will include Kidslincs, Family Links, the School Nurse, School‘s Catering Service and representatives from the emergency services. Some of the children and parents from Classes 3 and 4 have also volunteered to take part in a ―Litterpick‖ outside the school premises organised through Voluntary Action North Lincolnshire. This term has also seen the start of our new parent and toddler group, ‗Shining Stars‘. Full details of this group can be found in the advertisement opposite. At the other end of our school, we shall soon be saying farewell to the Year 6 leavers and wish them well in their new schools from September. A special Leavers‘ Mass has been arranged for them on Thursday 22 July.

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Althorpe and Keadby Community Nature Area The Friends of Althorpe and Keadby Primary School is a Registered Charity and are currently working on trying to secure funding for their big plans to help improve the school‘s outdoor environment. The project is to develop an area of land between the school and the river bank together with parts of the school field and playground. These areas will be developed with local community involvement for use by the local community, other schools and community groups. The land will be developed to incorporate a wildlife area, encouraging a natural environment, an outdoor classroom, a covered area, a picnic area, a meadow, a herb garden and sensory walk, and a creative area incorporating willow dens, hillocks and staging. This will benefit the whole community in the following ways:

An improved community space for the local population - for use by the residents of Keadby and surrounding areas, Youth Club, Street Sports, local schools, cubs etc.

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A community which has a better understanding of caring for the environment and sustainability.

Creating eco systems for wildlife to flourish. A well cared for environment for the local Isle community to use. If you can help with the Friends of Althorpe and Keadby Primary School‘s fundraising efforts, please contact Kathryn Russell (kathryn@friendsofalthorpekeadby.co.uk). To help in our funding bid we would also appreciate letters of support from local businesses/residents which you can send to the following address: Friends of Althorpe and Keadby Primary School Station Road Keadby Scunthorpe North Lincolnshire DN17 3BN

Lyke Wake Walk Penny Currie, Vice Chair of the Governing Body at Althorpe and Keadby Primary School, is raising money for the School by taking part in the Lyke Wake Walk on the 3rd and 4th July 2010 The Lyke Wake Walk is a complete crossing of the North Yorkshire Moors along their main east-west watershed between the Stone at grid reference 470994 and the Trig point at 971012, a distance of approximately 42 miles. If you would like to support Penny and the school by making a donation, please contact Kathryn Russell (kathryn@friendsofalthorpekeadby.co.uk).

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July 10th is officially Rescue Day!

This day could not occur without the tremendous work carried out by the Rescue Day Committee and the generosity of the many helpers and sponsors along with our Host who have contributed and continue to assist in making Rescue Day one of the largest of its kind in both the UK and Europe. Our primary aim today is to bring together members of the Emergency Services from within our region and neighbouring regions / Counties along with other voluntary and Aid organisations in order to provide our communities with information and demonstration in the promotion of Safer Roads and Waterside Safety within our region and to the wider communities also. It is our intention to deliver this by way of Road Traffic Collision Demonstrations, Water Rescue Demonstrations along with educational trailers and stands from the Emergency Services and Aid organisations. Our chosen charity for this year‘s event is Help for Heroes and it is hoped that along with the generosity of sponsors we can raise as much money as possible for such a worthy cause. Finally, I hope as many local people can come to the event and make it a very successful day.

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North Axholme School Newsletter ‘The Times Spelling Bee’ Competition On Thursday 1st April four of our Year 7 students (Alexandra Bint, Katie Chester, Cameron Jarman & Joshua Broadbent set off for ‗The Times Spelling Bee‘ local heats at Cineworld, Hull. The four students had been chosen as they had come out as the four top spellers in a spelling competition held at school. Left to right Alexandra Bint, Cameron Jarman,

The four students took part in a Spelling play-off where Joshua Broadbent & Katie Chester individual contestants accumulate points for their team. After a short break of popcorn and drink students then take part in a Quick-fire challenge, this is where each team has two minutes to spell out as many words as possible and the team can choose, easy, medium or hard words. The students tactically decided to choose easy words which led them to win the local heats. They went home with a goody bag and medal and very proud of their achievement. The semi-finals took place at Cineworld, Hull on Tuesday 18 th May where the competition took the same format as before but unfortunately the students didn‘t make it through to the finals in London. All the students received another goody bag and have thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience. We plan to host a ‗Times Spelling Bee‘ event at North Axholme School. This would involve Year 6 pupils from our partner primary schools. Alexandra, Katie, Cameron & Joshua have offered to help out and mentor the pupils sharing their tips for success. Year 11 Prom

Year 11 students celebrated the end of their compulsory education with a Prom held at Doncaster Rugby Club. Almost 100 staff and students attended, arriving in style in everything from an articulated lorry to a tandem. The evening included a formal 3-course meal, disco and photographer taking individual and group photos!! Behaviour was exemplary and various staff at the Rugby Club were kind enough to comment at the end of the evening on how polite and well behaved the students had been. Many thanks go to those who assisted with the organisation of the Prom.

L to R Elise Hodgkinson & Kelly Merchant

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Linda O,Connor from Ealand receiving her flowers, donated by Jackies Floral Designs of Crowle, after being nominated by Norma (far right), for ‘Flowers for Someone Special’

Flowers for Someone Special Do you know someone special? Someone who has gone the extra mile for others or someone who just deserves something nice.

I would like to nominate my very special daughter Sally, with this months flowers. Since my husband passed away 16 years ago, my daughter has been a life line, helping me in every way possible. Sally has put her life on hold, she pops in to see me most days, generally to see if I'm coping; Sally is a gem! These flowers come from my heart. Dora King (mum) The Arrow and Jackie’s Floral Designs would love to send someone special a bouquet. Listen to Trax FM in the morning to hear the nominations. Let us know who they are and why they deserve a bouquet. Contact

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Althorpe and Keadby School Newsletter Teachers Visit China After days of rush and panic, Mrs Johnson and I finally arrived in China. It was very surreal being on the other side of the world—going to be bed as the children at A&K were all having last breaktime. We were welcomed like Queens by Mr Li (the head teacher) and the staff/children at Zhongshan Centre primary school. There were children holding banners and umbrellas for us everywhere. The children spoke very good English, especially in Y6, where a pupil called Amanda translated for us. We gave talks about our school and played games like ‗Simon Says‘ to help them learn the parts of the body. We also taught them a traditional country dance which Mr Li liked so much that, 2 days later, 60 children performed the dance for us on the playground, it was magnificent. Last Saturday, there was a family sports day and 100 children performed the dance for their parents. How fantastic! We also taught a Y2 class our ‗Wake up!‘ song. They loved it and have since used it in an English singing competition that they won. Everyday, we tried new foods. There were lots of different kinds of fish, as Dalian is by the sea. We drank many different types of tea at a tea ceremony and have brought back some for the children to try. One night, we went to Mr Li‘s house to make dumplings with his family. We had a huge feast and enjoyed singing songs around his dining table.

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Crowle Colts Junior Football Club supports charity KitAid We have all faced the dilemma about what to do with the clothes that we no longer wear. Should we leave them to fester in the wardrobe, perhaps throw them away or maybe find somebody else that can use them? Now imagine that same quandary for a football club, with nearly 200 football shirts, shorts and socks. Over the years, Crowle Colts Junior Football Club has been fortunate to have been supported by local, generous sponsors, who have helped to regularly provide the players with new football kits. As fantastic as this has been, the old kits have been left sad and lonely, waiting on the substitute‘s bench for the day when once again they could play the beautiful game! That is until now; Crowle Colts have thrown their support behind a campaign to recycle no longer wanted football kit, which will benefit children and adults in some of the poorest parts of the World. The kit is being donated to charity KitAid, which has Graham Taylor OBE as its Patron, and last year sent 750 boxes of kit (27,500 shirts/kits) to 35 different countries. KitAid, a charity created in 1998, donates unwanted football shirts to children and adults across Africa, India, Eastern Europe and other developing countries and was set up by Derrick Williams, a passionate football fan. When he visited Tanzania as a volunteer with Water Aid (the water and sanitation development charity that helps people in Africa and Asia, to bring safe, clean water supplies to their villages), he saw how they had little opportunity or equipment to play the game they loved. Children often played barefooted with a football made out of tied plastic bags. A picture taken of a boy wearing a ragged Liverpool shirt was the spark that created KitAid, as everyone who saw it wanted to help. Initially one box of kit was collected from friends and colleagues within Three Valleys Water and this was sent to one of the villages that Derrick had visited. From that point KitAid has snowballed with over 100,000 shirts being received by people across the world. Crowle Colts have a long held philosophy that all children should have the opportunity to play football if they want to, and that the sport is there to be enjoyed by all. It is therefore fitting that less fortunate children should benefit by using unused Crowle football kits. If any other sports clubs want to support kit aid then they can find out more at www.3valleys.co.uk/kitaid or email kitaid@3valleys.co.uk.

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A great opportunity for your child to learn through play and make new friends in a safe, stimulating environment, run by qualified childcare staff. Free sessions will be available for three and four year olds through early years funding. Limited spaces contact Lisa or Carol

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What’s On In Crowle & Ealand? Day

Activity

Meeting Place

Time

Mon

Crowle & Ealand Entertainers Drama Group

Community Hall Crowle

6.00pm - 9.00pm

Contact

Mon

300 Axholme Air Training Corps

North Axholme High School Grounds, Wharf Road, Crowle

7pm - 9:30pm

Tues

8-11 years old Youth Club

Keadby Church Hall

6.00pm - 7.30pm (term time only)

Tues

Beavers

St Norberts School

6.00pm

Tues

Cubs & Scouts

St Norberts School

6.30pm

Tues

Crowle Youth Club

Crowle Youth Centre

7.00pm - 9.00pm YR9+

Wed

Crowle Monkey Club

Windsor Park Godnow Road

9.00am - 11.00am

Wed

300 Axholme Air Training Corps

North Axholme High School Grounds, Wharf Road, Crowle

7pm - 9:30pm

Wed

Phoenix Taekwondo

Community Hall Crowle

6.30pm - 9.00pm

Thurs

Crowle Youth Club

Crowle Youth Centre

7.00pm - 9.00pm YR6

Fri

Crowle Monkey Club

Windsor Park Godnow Road

9.00am - 11.00am

Fri

Andrea Hobson School of Dance

Community Hall Crowle

5.00pm - 9.00pm

Fri

Crowle Youth Club

Crowle Youth Centre

6.30pm - 8.30pmYrs 6,7,8

Sat

Crowle and Ealand Bowls

Outdoor Bowling Green

6pm

07812 124979 Paul Clarke

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Mrs Olive Boon 01724 710659

Crowle Community Hall - Available for Hire - Call Sue Burke on 01724 710622 for details. Keadby Church Hall - Available for Hire - Call David Patterson on 01724 783546 for details Eastoft Village Hall - Available for Hire - Call Steve on 01724 798108 Monthly

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Meeting Place

Time

2nd Monday

Regen Meeting

White Hart, Crowle

7.00pm

1st Monday

Eastoft over 50‘s CLUB

River Don Pub

01724 798040

1st Wednesday

Crowle Angling Club

Crowle Liberal Club

8.00pm

2nd Wednesday

Mothers Club

Crowle Community Hall

7.00pm - 9.00pm

2nd Wednesday

Eastoft Womans Institute

Village Hall, Eastoft

7.30pm

3rd Wednesday

Ealand Women‘s Fellowship

Ealand Chapel

2.00pm

1st Thursday

Crowle WI

Resource Centre Crowle

7.30pm

3rd Thursday

The Over 60‘s

Crowle Community Hall

7.00pm - 9.00pm

Last Friday

St Johns Ambulance BINGO

Keadby Church Hall

7.00pm

Last Saturday

Coffee Morning

Keadby Church Hall

10.00am - 12noon

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Age Concern

0800 009966

Child Line

0800 111

NSPCC

08088005000

Samaritans

01724 860000

Benefits Agency

01724 274444

Humberside Fire Brigade

01724 295900

Humberside Police (non - emergency)

0845 6060222

Crimestoppers

0800 555111

BUSINESS DIRECTORY BUSINESS/FINANCE Hurstons Accountants Epworth

01427 873737

MJ Button Accountants Crowle

01724 711881

JKC Property Management & Lettings

0780 7654716

BOARDING KENNELS / GROOMING Croft House Kennel/ Cattery

01427 890235

HEALTH & FITNESS Anglian Water

0845 7145145

Rosemary Conley Diet and Fitness

01724 712700

British Gas

0800 111999

Quality Life Styles Personal Training

Central Networks Electricity

0800 0568090

01427 753591 07714 318958

Transco Gas

0800 111999

07921 174835

Yorkshire Electricity

0800 375675

Tranquil Moments Holistic Therapies www.tranquil-moments.eu

Yorkshire Water

0845 1242420

Floodline

0845 9881188

National Rail Enquiries

0845 484950

Isle Coaches

01427 728227

Road car

0845 6050605

North Lincolnshire Council

01724 296296

Scunthorpe General Hospital

.01724 282282

Goole & District Hospital

01405 720720

Crowle Health Centre

08444 778652

NHS Direct

0845 4647

ENTERTAINMENT Belton Bouncy Castles

01427 872215 07788 896988

PEST CONTROL Axholme Pest Control

01427 873608 07766 747245

TAXI/TRAVEL Axi Private Hire

07866 859963

TRADESMEN CMD Development E P G Roofing

01302 770216 www.epgroofing.co.uk

A.E.S. Tiling (Ceramic Floor & Wall Tiling)

01302 532676 01302 885401 07749 519557

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St Norberts Catholic Primary School

01724 710249

Eastoft C.E. Primary School

01724 798274

Crowle Primary School

01724 710312

North Axholme Comprehensive School

01724 710368

Trentvale Preparatory School

01724 782904

01302 532676

Luddington & Garthorpe Primary School

01724 798228

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Althorpe & Keadby Primary School

01724 782344

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The Beautiful Game As I write this, the sun is shining but more importantly, South Africa has just drawn with Mexico in the first game of the Football World Cup. By the time you read this, you will either be enjoying a feast of football or vowing that you never want to see a football let alone a whole football match ever again! It‘s a bit like that with the Church. Depending on your experience of Church in the past, you either go week by week or ignore the place altogether. But just supposing that England gets into the final, would those of you who have had too much football be tempted to watch and celebrate? Or if you are really opposed to football might you not be tempted back for a quick burst of ―Match of the Day‖ on a cold winter‘s evening? Whatever the weather, the Church is there for you. No matter how long it has been since you came to Church, ‗the Lord of the Church‘ is waiting to greet you. Come back and meet Him, any Sunday, at a Church near you. Rev Timothy Buckley Rector of The Crowle Group of Parishes and of St Oswald’s Church Althorpe with Keadby

Accountancy Taxation and Payroll Services Personal and partnership accounts Limited company accounts Payroll bureau Bookkeeping services Management accounts Tax returns VAT returns and vat advice Taxation advice and planning General business advice Business reviews and projections Cash flow forecasts Appointments to suit you including evening and week-end appointments For a personal, friendly and efficient service M J Button Accountancy Services Ltd 12 The Slack, Crowle, Office: 01724 711881 Mobile: 07974 344401 mjbuttonacc@hotmail.com

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