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June 2011

Issue 20

Police News Page 5 Where you live, Your local history Page 7 Crowle & Ealand Town Council News letter Page 14 & 15 and much much more...

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Editors Letter.... May was such a busy month, all the Bank Holidays, The Royal Wedding and of course the weather was so gorgeous! Looking

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News, News, News, News, News, News, News, News, News... Events in your local community! Mondays 6pm-9pm Crowle Entertainers Contact Gill Vickers on 01427 873947 Tuesday and Thursday evenings Aerobics Contact Rae Cowling on 07887503318 Wednesday 6.30pm-9pm Tae KwonDo Contact Doris Jones 01724 798769 Keep Fit Cafe 10am-11am Friday evenings Dance classes 5pm-8pm Contact Andrea Hobson on 01724 280522 COMMUNITY TRIP TO WEDGWOOD VISITOR CENTRE & THE TRENTHAM ESTATE, STOKE-ON-TRENT ‗POTS & PERENNIALS‟ Saturday 18th June £15.50 per ticket for both venues and transport

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The Isle group of the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust are having a number of events through the summer months and the first one will be a visit to Whisby Nature Park near Lincoln on Sunday June 5th. Whisby is a large area of woods, open water and grassy areas with many good, flat paths for easy walking. Because of the variety of habitats there are many different things to see, from birds to orchids. There is a large visitor‘s centre with a café and toilets but the car park is a pay and display (£1). We will be meeting at 10am in the car park for a morning walk around the area. Anyone who wishes to car share, have a lift or need more information on how to get there, please contact Geoff (see below) or any committee member. Looking ahead, we will be having a walk round Scotton Common on Thursday evening, July 14th, meeting at the reserve at 7pm. Scotton Common is between Scunthorpe and Gainsborough. Bird food is always on sale 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.

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AXHOLME NORTH POLICE REPORT St Oswalds Church, Ground Church Street, Crowle = Youths causing annoyance. In the absence of any other major issues in Crowle, the Neighbourhood Policing Team has now recorded St Oswalds Church grounds as the number one priority. This area has been on the police patrol matrix but recent reports of youths congregating on the seats and grass playing football have caused concerns amongst local residents. The youths are PCSO PCSO 7576 PC1717 frequently moved on complaining that there is no where else Wendy Frear Paul Fearon Graham Godley for them to go and the local park closes on an evening. The Police are to contact the trustees of the park to discuss longer opening hours. The Neighbourhood team are looking for the support of parents to address these community concerns with their children, and for parents to take responsibility for knowing where they are on an evening and not allowing them to drink alcohol. The Crowle Youth Club, Street Sports and other activities are provided by the local and town council. Crowle Town Council is being asked what facilities it may be able to provide in the future for the young people. Update: Residents confirm that the gatherings in the church grounds are becoming less frequent and the groups do tend to move on if they are seen to be in the area by them. There have been no reported incidents of damage but the Neighbourhood Team will continue to monitor the area as part of their regular patrol matrix. Manor Park, Johnsons Lane, Crowle = Youths Causing a Nuisance. Calls for service are being received due to the closure of the park during the evening. Members of the park committee are attending to lock the gates to be confronted with youths who are using the park as a meeting area who are then reluctant to leave on request. The Policing Team is to meet with some of the committee to discuss the need for securing the park during the evenings. Update: The Trustees of the park have decided to continue to lock the park gates but have slightly extended the opening times. There have been no further confrontations as the youths now appear to accept the routine closure. There is some suggestion that youths are accessing the park during the closing times but there have been no offences or calls for service re anti-social behaviour. A small section of fencing has been removed giving access to the park from a nearby property but this has been repaired and dealt with by the committee. Recent Issues Production of Cannabis = A male has been charged and bailed to North Lincolnshire Magistrates Court for the production of cannabis plants at Crowle which have been destroyed. Update Cannabis Production = A male from Crowle is currently on bail to Grimsby Crown Court regarding the offences of possession of cannabis a class B drug, production of cannabis with intent to supply and possession of an electric stun gun which is a prohibit weapon. Update ASB Vehicles = The Neighbourhood Team Police continue to deal with anti-social use of vehicles in Crowle. A male driver has been given a Section 59 Police warning regarding his manner of driving around Crowle and any further incidents with evidence to prove that traffic offences are being committed will result in his car being seized. Criminal Damage = A female has been interviewed regarding criminal damage to a vehicle in Keadby. Enquiries are still ongoing. Burglary = Four males have been arrested and are on police bail to return to the police station regarding a burglary in Keadby. Going Equipped to Steal = Two males from Crowle have been arrested and charged with going equipped to steal following a number of theft of fuel from unattended motor vehicles. The two men have appeared at North Lincolnshire Magistrates Court and released on bail by the court. Arson Intent to Endanger Life = A female has been charged and bailed to North Lincolnshire Magistrates Court for the offence of Arson to a house in Crowle with intent to endanger life. Assault = A male has been interviewed regarding an assault in Keadby. Enquiries are still ongoing. Update Theft from Motor Vehicles = Three males were arrested following a number of attacks on vehicle in Crowle and Ealand over the Bank Holiday weekend. One has been dealt with at court after admitting to being responsible for the offences. Update Assault Charge = A male from Keadby has been charged with causing Grievous Bodily Harm with Intent after an incident in Keadby. He is currently on bail to Grimsby Crown Court. Harassment = A female from Scunthorpe has been issued with a harassment warning following her course of conduct in Keadby. Update = If anyone has any further information regarding any offence in the area please can the Neighbourhood team via the non emergency 08456060222 or via01302 personal532676 e-mails graham.godley@humberside.pnn.police.uk. To number advertise please call or 07912 643010 5 paul.fearon@humberside.pnn.police.uk. wendy.frear@humberside.pnn.police.uk or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


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The Isle of Axholme

Where You Live

Your Local History

Adapted by Anthony Catherall

WINDMILLS OF THE EPWORTH AREA The empty shells of some of the derelict windmills bear witness of a time of numerous milling activities in the area. Most of the mills were tower mills made of brick. They seem to have been built around the beginning of the 19th century. On the rise between Epworth and Belton there are records of at least four mills, two of which can still be seen. About fifty yards west of the former railway cutting was the site of an old wooden post mill. It was destroyed by fire in the early 19 th century. To the east of the cutting is the now beautifully renovated (by Barry Leggott) former Maw’s Mill. It was built in 1783 and paid for jointly by Richard Maw, Thomas Arday and Thomas Gervas. The total cost was three hundred and seventy six pounds twelve shillings and ten pence including 47,000 bricks. At the side of Belton Road was the former Brooks Mill, now a private residence. It was built between 1799 and 1801. The sails were removed after the Second World War. A diesel engine replaced them. It finally closed in 1953. On the right hand side of the road was a Smock mill. It was built by subscription by a group of people; hence it is called a Subscription Mill. Usually these Subscription Mills were built by a group of local farmers subscribing. This one was erected, so the story goes, by a group of people from the Hull area. In the Hull area the manner of their particular parish had charged them for the wind they used to power their mills, so they left and came to Epworth and each subscribed to build the mill. It was to be a non-profit making mill. Built in 1805 a plaque bears the words: ―Both rich and poor a friend will find who send us their corn here to grind‖. The mill closed down early in the 20th century. Other mills in the Epworth area include Thompson’s mill behind Rectory Street, a mill site near the cemetery, a mill in Burnham, and Burnham Mill on the road (A161) between Haxey and Burnham. This latter mill was built in 1809 and is currently undergoing restoration. All four sails were removed between 1924 –7.

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Another “Red Letter” Day! There are lots of ―Red Letter‖ days in the next few weeks. There are those ever so important days when students have to take an exam. Then there are the days those exam results are published later in the year. For sports fans, the ―Red Letter Days‖ of cricket test matches and Wimbledon are something to look forward to. In many villages, there are the ―Red Letter Days‖ of Flower Festivals, Garden Parties and Concerts – events which are open to the whole village community. In the Church, the ―Red Letter Day‖ we are looking forward to is Pentecost on Sunday 12 th June. Red is the liturgical colour for Pentecost and it is a festival equally as important as both Christmas and Easter. Pentecost is the day when the Holy Spirit came on those first disciples of Jesus after His Resurrection and Ascension into heaven. It was the Holy Spirit who helped those disciples realise just who Jesus was, and empowered them to teach the things Jesus taught and to do the things Jesus did. It is the Holy Spirit who makes the Christian faith so exciting! Call in at a Church or Chapel near you to find out more. Rev Timothy Buckley Rector of The Belton Group of Parishes Priest in Charge of The Crowle Group of Parishes

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CROWLE & EALAND TOWN COUNCIL NEWSLETTER ISSUE 10

This is the last newsletter of this session for the Crowle & Ealand Town Council, and invites a retrospective glance over the achievements of the past years. Public Forum Some innovative measures were introduced to help form a more open and productive relationship with the electorate: a public forum was introduced to enable people to directly address the council over matters that concerned them. Newsletter The newsletter was launched to keep people informed of council business and was a valuable addition to the council‘s website. Council Surgeries Councillor surgeries were also introduced but have not yet attracted the public to come and air their concerns in sufficient numbers. Voluntary Agencies The council have also supported a large number of voluntary agencies working for the welfare of the community and particular mention should be made in relation to the improved recreational facilities, especially for the young, which are currently under development. It is hoped that the pace of innovation will not change under the direction of the newly elected council. Town Plan Questionnaires have recently been distributed by the team producing the town plan. This will be an important document when it is completed as it will give some indication of the needs of Crowle & Ealand, but these needs will only become evident if residents return the questionnaires with their views and concerns. Together we can mould the future of the community into a form which benefits everyone. This is an important opportunity for not only us now but the succeeding generations as well.

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Manor Park Some youngsters were disappointed that one of their favourite amusements in Manor Park was temporarily incomplete. The good news is that the work should be completed shortly. Under a new grant application a second version of this piece of equipment (Titan) is being ordered. The new grant should cover: a new boundary fence, properly surfaced pathways, an asphalted area with goal mouths for football and basketball also the formation of a ―nature area‖ sited outside the main activity areas. Volunteers are still needed to lock the gates when the park closes at dusk, please contact Dave Parkin 07889648187 or Ron Stewart 01724 712411 if you are interested. Ealand Park The park continues to make progress with the final phase three of its development attracting a grant of £29,000 which with similar match funding will allow the completion of this popular local facility. Allotment Society The North Axholme Allotment Society has also made considerable progress with the installation of mains water supply the siting of a club storage unit. New Council Following the elections held on Thursday 5th May, five new councillors were elected to serve Crowle & Ealand Town Council, below is a list of the newly elected council: Paul Vernum (Mayor) Julie Reed (Deputy Mayoress) Norman Arrand Gary Da Costa Paul McCartan Ron Stewart

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NORTH AXHOLME SCHOOL NEWS – JUNE 2011 „The Times Spelling Bee‟ Competition In April four of Year 7 students, Peter Castledine, Erin Fields, Francesca Cheshire & Milly Pottage set off for ‗The Times Spelling Bee‘ local heats at Cineworld, Sheffield. The four students had been chosen as they had come out as the four top spellers in a spelling competition held in our Spelling Bee Club on a Wednesday lunch-time. The four students took part in a Spelling Play –Off where individual contestants accumulate points for their team. Peter gained the title of ‗last player standing‘ and the team were joint first with 22 points. After a short-break the students then took 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 but unfortunately we didn‘t win through to the regional heats but the team came a very worthy second place. They went home with a goody bag and Peter also received a medal for the ‗last player standing‘. We are very proud of their achievement as they have put in lots of hard work over the last few months. We will be hosting our second ‗ North Axholme Spelling Bee‘ in the Summer term. This will involve Year 6 pupils from our Partner Primary Schools with Peter, Milly, Francesca & Erin helping out and mentoring the pupils sharing their tips for success.

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Althorpe and Keadby Primary School New letter Creative Partnerships All the classes who have worked outside with our creative practitioners have had a fantastic time and have learned some great ways to learn in the outdoors. Many children have carried on with their creative play during playtimes. All the classes have visited Primrose Hill forest school for a great, adventurous day out and have made really good use of the waterproof suits and wellies that we have been able to buy with some of the Creative Partnerships money. Year 1 Mrs Jacksonâ€&#x;s Last Day Our Cook, Mrs Jackson, retired on Friday 8th April. In assembly, we gave her lots of awards, including Super Merit, Class Cup, Cook of the Week and Top Table. Later, she got to sit on her very own Top Table with her grand-daughter Maisie and her friend Summer to eat a meal especially prepared by the girls and Mrs Daly. Our Headteacher, Mrs Tate, spoke about all the good things that Mrs Jackson had done for our school and presented her with a poem, flowers and other presents. We all agree that she will be missed, but that she deserves a very healthy and happy retirement. Year 6

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St Norbert‟s Catholic Primary School Newsletter Welcome to our June Newsletter The children returned to school at the very end of April to enjoy a traditional ―British Day‖ to celebrate the Royal Wedding. The day started with an assembly where the children sung the National Anthem, Jerusalem and other traditional songs. They were treated to a special ―street party style‖ lunch served by the teachers and staff. This took place in the school hall which had been decorated with bunting for the occasion.

After lunch, they enjoyed traditional British games such as skipping games and rhymes. The children learnt about London as the capital of Great Britain, historical landmarks, the Royal Family and Great Britain as a culturally diverse nation. Class 3 and Class 4 also learnt some traditional country dancing – ―The Durham Reel‖. All children and staff wore red, white and blue for the day! Truly a Great Britain Day!

Safety is a theme running through the summer term. The children in Class 4 are visiting Killingholme Power Station to take part in workshops involving road and seatbelt safety, promotion of good manners and social behaviour, sea/beach safety, open water safety, electricity, fire safety, firework safety and first aid. All children in school will be having a fire safety presentation later in the term. Children in Class 3 are starting their Road Safety Training and the children in Year 5, Cycling Safety. By the time you read this, children from Classes 2 and above will have taken part in the Scunthorpe Musical Festival. They performed in the solo singing classes and as part of our choir. Additionally, some children also entered as solo musicians playing instruments including recorders, saxophone, woodwind and brass and the piano. Our brass ensemble also performed as a group. Children from Classes 3 and 4 will also have returned from this year‘s residential visit to PGL at Winmarleigh Hall, Preston. 26 children attended and chose activities ranging from abseiling, archery, Jacob‘s Ladder, High Ropes and a Challenge Course with mud! Children also visited a local church to attend Mass on the Saturday evening. Please don‘t forget our annual Summer Fayre takes place on Saturday 11 th June 11.30am – 2pm - everyone welcome! The theme for this year is ―Cartoons‖. Enjoy an opportunity to dress up and join in! All the usual stalls will be there including a bouncy castle for the children, light lunches and refreshments served in the hall, water games, coconut shy and cakes! Please come along and join in the fun! We look forward to seeing you.

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Secret Garden had their annual open day on Saturday 7th May 2011. However this was no ordinary open day with raffles, tombola‘s, cake stalls and face painting etc, this open day incorporated the official opening of their re-developed outdoor area. It has been two years in the making, and the end result is a fabulous outdoor environment that children of all ages can enjoy, from the baby room to the out of school club. There were a lot of parents and relatives who came to join in the fun, along with Val Taylor, Senior Development Officer within the council who provides early years support to the Nursery . We were also very lucky having Councillor John Briggs, who has supported the Nursery in its bid to have the Garden re-developed, to come and do the honour of cutting the Ribbon. He was joined by Jonathan from Garden Angels as it only seemed fitting that the people who had designed and installed the Garden should have the honour of cutting the Ribbon too. The open day was as successful as ever and we have to say a huge thank you to all the local shops, the local golf course and hairdressers etc for donating vouchers or prizes for the raffle, it was greatly appreciated and all the money raised on the day is being donated to ‗Tommy‘s‘ which is a charity that funds research into pregnancy problems and provides information to parents. We have one last thank you and that‘s to all people who helped on the day and to all the parents and relatives that came to support us on the day. We couldn‘t do this without you and we hope you will continue to support us in the future. Thank you. From all the staff at Secret Garden

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What‟s On In Crowle & Ealand? Day

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Crowle & Ealand Entertainers Drama Group

Community Hall Crowle

6.00pm - 9.00pm

Contact

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300 Axholme Air Training Corps

Jubilee Pavilion, Belton Playing Field

7pm - 9:30pm

Mon

8-11 years old Youth Club

Keadby Church Hall

6.00pm - 7.30pm (term time only)

Mon

Beavers

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5.30—6.30pm

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Mon

Cubs & Scouts

Youth Centre

6.30—8.00pm

John 01724 711492

Tues

Aerobics For All

Crowle Community Hall

6-7pm & 7-8 pm

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Tues

Legs, Bums and Tums

Crowle Community Hall

8.00—8.45 pm

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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

Jubilee Pavilion, Belton Playing Field

7pm - 9:30pm

Wed

Phoenix Taekwondo

Community Hall Crowle

6.30pm - 9.00pm

Wed

Second Hand Book sale and Coffee Morning

St Oswalds Church, Althorpe

10.am –12 noon

Thurs

Crowle Youth Club

Crowle Youth Centre

7.00pm - 9.00pm YR6

Thurs

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Thurs

Body Tone

Crowle Community Hall

8-8.45 pm

07887 503318 Rae

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

07812 124979 Paul Clarke

07812 124979 Paul Clarke

Diane 01724 782477

Sat Crowle and Ealand Bowls Crowle Community Hall

Outdoor Bowling Green 2pm - Available for Hire - Call Doris Kennard 01724 711418 Mrs Olive Boon Keadby Church Hall - Available for Hire - Call David Patterson on 01724 78354601724 710659 Eastoft Village Hall - Available for Hire - Call Steve on 01724 798108

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

BUSINESS DIRECTORY BUSINESS/FINANCE Hurstons Accountants Epworth

01427 873737

MJ Button Accountants Crowle

01724 711881

BOARDING KENNELS / GROOMING Humberside Fire Brigade

01724 295900

Humberside Police (non - emergency)

0845 6060222

Crimestoppers

0800 555111

Croft House Kennel/ Cattery

01427 890235

HEALTH & FITNESS Rosemary Conley Diet and Fitness

01724 712700

Lifestyle Matters

07912 367300

Tranquil Moments Holistic Therapies www.tranquil-moments.eu

07921 174835

Anglian Water

0845 7145145

British Gas

0800 111999

Central Networks Electricity

0800 0568090

Transco Gas

0800 111999

Yorkshire Electricity

0800 375675

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

Axi Private Hire

07866 859963 01724 798877

Scunthorpe General Hospital

.01724 282282

Pam’s Taxi Mini Bus 1-8 Seater

Goole & District Hospital

01405 720720

01724 711941 07707 036611

Crowle Health Centre

08444 778652

NHS Direct

0845 4647

ENTERTAINMENT/CHILD CARE Belton Bouncy Castles

01427 872215 07788 896988

DRIVING TUITION/SCHOOLS

PowerSteering Driver Tuition, Crowle www.powersteeringtuition.com

07403 113668

PEST CONTROL Axholme Pest Control

01427 873608 07766 747245

TAXI/TRAVEL

TRADESMEN CMD Development E P G Roofing

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

Luddington & Garthorpe Primary School

01724 798228

Althorpe & Keadby Primary School

01724 782344

01302 770216 www.epgroofing.co.uk

01302 532676

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

01302 885401 07749 519557

S A Walker Electrical Services

08458 396775 07751 887623

Advertise in the business directory for £30 per year

Give Carolyn a call

01302 532676

LEAFLET DISTRIBUTION FROM £25 + VAT PER 1000

To advertise please call 01302 532676 or 07912 643010

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