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News & Views JULY & AUGUST 2019 ISSUE 114
elcome to Summer in Easton! There’s lots to look forward to so hopefully that will include plenty of fabulous weather, albeit nothing will stop play here (cricket club might beg to differ). The season’s biggest event is aiming to be even bigger this year. The Horticultural and Crafts Society’s Annual Show on Sunday 11 August is set to be a stunner. The Show Guide is in this issue – so take a look and start planning your entries. As it’s the Centenary year, let’s make it a record year for entries. There really is something for everyone. There’s more! Check out the re-purposed Bowls Club… now Triple B. Do try and go along and either try some games, or sit and take in the view with something cold. Or go watch a cricket match. There’s a potted history of the club – they really are worthy of your support. There’s an opportunity to try your hand at bell ringing and the Classic Car Show on bank holiday Saturday too. Life is certainly never dull here. Continued thanks to all those who work hard to plan and run the range of activities on offer. Happy summer everyone!
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In the village
What a Wonderful Weekend!! The Gala weekend seemed to go pretty well- to say the least. We must have had over 2,000 people attend the various events over 5 days and we have had a lot of positive feedback directly and via social media. From the music, the cricket, Easton’s Got Talent, the Pet Show, the Fete, and of course the Beer Festival, it all seemed to hit the spot. Everyone who An extra attended will have their thanks from the own favourite memories, Fete Stalls! but highlights that are A very big thank you to everyone being mentioned in the who contributed to the hugely feedback are the ladies successful stalls this year. (and one gentleman) Cakes, biscuits, sandwiches, rolls, of 'Hormones on the bottles and bric-a-brac made their Hill' and their singing in way to their respective village Go online to see more! EGT, (just pipped to the societies and made a huge trophy by the Horticultural distribution to the 6 difference to the Society), the Harmony on village organisations that monies raised. the Hill Dressage Team, the took part (£375 each) and the bands on Friday and Sunday and organisations raised a further £1,000 the python in the Pet Show. All together between them on their stalls on Sunday. we raised £2,250 in the 'central pot' for Thanks are due to so many people and organisations for taking part I can’t name them all, but we must give a special mention to Peter Gibbons and his team at Lux Technical for all their sound, staging, Garden Design Services and lighting expertise, to Alex and Cinzia l Complete new design or part re-design for hosting the events and paying for the l Planting ideas for all situations and seasons marquee, the bands, and many other things l Solutions for better use of your space l Pruning advice or practical demonstrations besides, to Carr Construction, Richardsons Estate Agents and Peter Mitchell and Son for details for their generous sponsorship. To all the www.kenrawsongardendesigns.co.uk many helpers ‘on the day’ and in advance, Established in 1986. Based in Easton on the Hill for all you did, the village says thank-you!
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Hill Cricket Club
Summer and cricket go hand in hand and our village club has been going from strength to strength! With the help of founder members, the Ford brothers, we have been uncovering its past. The EOTH Cricket Club has a long and rich history. Ted Ford, and his brother Bobby, were regular players back in the 50s when they played on a concrete wicket down behind what was Top House (now CIPS), and the matches were friendlies with other local teams. Playing had stopped for a few years, then in the early 70s the playing field was created thanks to a land swap with the local farmer. A lot of work, by the villagers, then went into making the field fit for purpose. Not least a lot of stone picking! Early facilities included swings, a climbing frame, and a tennis court. Time to get the cricket team back together! The initiative was spearheaded by Ted and Bobby Ford, Martyn Bates, Paul Walton, Paul Osbourne and Tony Dunkley. The pitch was marked out, mowed and maintained entirely by volunteers. Eager players made up the team, and friendly matches again took place. The ever-resourceful Ted Ford was on a job at Stamford High School where they were replacing an old pavilion. So he asked to buy it! £25 secured the deal, and his team set about dismantling and moving it to Easton. Re-construction took a year, and drew totally on the support of friends, 8
volunteers, donations of vital equipment and ‘favours’ from trusty connections. The club’s Pavilion opened (with electrics and running water) in 1972. President at the time, Mr Froment (who had an engineering firm in the village) cut the tape at the grand opening ceremony. The Rutland League started in 1982, with five teams. It took two years for them to allow Easton to join – but by then their reputation had reached ‘good team’ status. The League grew, and Easton grew with it. A succession of awards and cups followed over the years. They had one of the first Ladies Teams in the area, and were early adopters of Sixes. Probably the biggest match ever was against Northampton who were captained by cricket legend Alan Lamb. They sent a full team, and rumour has it they over-did it on the hospitality and didn’t have an easy trip home. David Wheatley has been the club Chairman since 2016. David lives in Easton and comes from a very keen cricketing family. He is supported by an incredibly dedicated committee of Easton residents. The team has managed to raise sufficient funds to completely renovate the Pavilion and create a great clubhouse. With email@example.com
Cricket Club very healthy number additional sponsorship of villagers playing in and amazing volunteer them and this is pretty commitment, new nets, unusual for a village of covers, pitch roller and our size. Finally the club outfield mower have plays a number of friendly all been purchased in T20s on a Friday night the last 2 years. The when the clubâ€™s social commitment to keeping committee comes into cricket alive and batting in full force, and where the Village continues. very healthy crowds of The club currently spectators and village has three teams that play friends meet and enjoy a regularly; the Saturday BBQ and the well-stocked bar. team plays in Division Can you spot some familiar faces in these New members are always 3 of the Hunts League, playing past pictures? welcome. Please contact against teams from Peterborough, David for details at: Huntingdon and surrounding areas. The Sunday team maintains the tradition of firstname.lastname@example.org Confirmed match dates are in the the club founders, Bobby and Ted Ford, by calendar. If you havenâ€™t already, do try and playing in Division 2 of the Rutland League, go see a game in action. A quintessential having won the Division 3 championship village pastime not to be missed! in 2018. Both weekend teams have a
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Bowls (not bowls)
Announcing…… The Triple B Club!!! Out of the badger-damaged green that was the Bowls Club, rises our new venture…. Triple B!!! The cost of putting the green right for Bowls is way too prohibitive. Hence, in order to protect the space, the facilities – and access to the stunning view, we are re-purposing the Club to attract a wider audience and increase its use. Bowls (after a fashion)… balls… BBQ… banter…bravado…Barolo… Use your imagination, the Bs can be whatever you want them to … be! We will run a series of games days throughout the summer, with a wide range of activities on offer. Games, entertainment, BBQs, convivial company (including the sheep!) and that fabulous view. These are booked for Sundays and run from 1 o’clock until …. the last man stands. Or falls…. Maintaining the green and the clubhouse does take time and money. We pay for rent, insurance, grass cutting and a water supply. And we have a
generator and a toilet (yay!). A lot of work has already gone into sorting (what's left of) the green out so it can be used. Many, many weeds were pulled, and the fence is being repaired. And work will continue, not least 'tarting' up the clubhouse. So we are holding the membership fee at £15 pa (£40 for families). This gives you access to the green, and its facilities, at any time. And very special rates should you wish to hire it out for your own event. Please do come along on one of the following Sundays and experience the club first hand. l July 7 & 21 l August 4 & 18 l September 2 & 22 Everyone is welcome, but please do consider signing up for membership. It’s really important we protect the space for continued use by the village. So the more people who join us, the more likely that is. Claude Bulman is collecting membership fees. Any queries, questions or suggestions to Ken Rawson at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you!!! Ken & Co.
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Parish Council News
New Housing Development Update
The Outline Planning Application for up to 115 houses on land off Stamford Road, from Johnson Mowat, has been discussed at an extraordinary meeting of the Council on the 5th June and again at the Council meeting on 10th June. A response was submitted to ENC, to represent the overall views of the majority of residents, to object to the planning application. More details will be made public as this application progresses.
Playing Field - Have Your Say The Playing Field Working Party are producing a questionnaire and will be running some focus groups for residents to comment
on their ideas for the future of the playing fields. Look out for the questionnaire and take this opportunity to comment!
Village Shop Collection Box ÂŁ150 was recently collected from the Village Shop collection box. As requested by residents, this and all future money collected will go towards the Playing Fields. Thank you to all who have contributed.
Notice board In future, the Parish Council notice board will just be the one on 22-24 High St opposite the war memorial for all its notices. Agendas will always be placed here and copies of minutes can be seen on the Parish Council website eastononthehill-pc.gov.uk or requested from the Clerk.
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The Council unfortunately received 2 resignations from Councillors this month. One from the Chair, Councillor Mike Simpson who has been fully committed to the post and dedicated much time and energy to the council and the other from Councillor Lee Stokes who was a founder participant in the Traffic Working Party. The Council would like to sincerely thank them both for their valued contributions. The necessary vacancy notices will be displayed in due course. Look out for them if you would like to step up and apply to be on the Council - get your biography read to submit. If you would like to get in touch please email the Clerk to the Parish Council, Jenny Rice.
Friends of All Saints Easton Many villagers may be unaware that our beautiful and historic church has been running at a deficit for the last three years. In 2018 it cost almost £6,000 to maintain, insure and heat. In 2019 we’re expecting a shortfall of £3,000. Ongoing running costs for the church are the responsibility of parishioners. Whilst the regular congregation is small, the church plays an important role in the village, offering baptisms, weddings and funerals, without restriction. Along with the churchyard, and the Peace Garden, it is a regular destination for visitors and walkers, and holds much history. The Friends of the Church are an active group who ensure the building is kept open, is cleaned and operates efficiently.
All Saints Church – The Future? And a lot of hard work, by volunteers, also goes into maintaining the churchyard. It may not be in the ‘heart’ of the village geographically, but it is a focus of pride for our lovely village and an area of peace and tranquility. And one that we want to secure and protect. The Friends are working on funding initiatives, looking for ways to make the church more accessible, and to find other uses that will encourage people to engage with the Church, and spend time there. This is vital if we are going to keep All Saints open. The survey undertaken at the Gala confirmed that
an overwhelming majority of residents consider it really important that the Church does remain open. Meanwhile, urgent action is needed. So with this issue of News & Views you are receiving a fundraising appeal for the All Saints Easton Survival Fund. Please do consider how important it is, to the village, that the church stays open and continues to serve the needs of the community. Any little you can do to support will be very much appreciated. Thank you. Rev. Philip Davies, the PCC and Friends of the Church.
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From the Parish Priest
Our Church Services by Philip Davies Our current pattern of Church services are mainly services of Holy Communion at 10.30am, and on the first Sunday of the month this is a Benefice service at Kings Cliffe. On a fourth Sunday we have a 9am Holy Communion Service followed by coffee and biscuits. When there is a fifth Sunday, I try to find ways in which we can each time do something different. Your ideas about this and about our other services are important and the PCC
A Farewell Thank You
Many residents recently attended a farewell supper to say a formal thank you to Sue Chappell on retirement from the post of Church Warden. Sue would like to thank everyone for attending, and contributing to her lovely farewell gifts.
By Rev. Philip Davies
regularly reviews what is offered. I am very grateful for the ongoing help with our services of retired clergy, particularly Michael Wilson, Michael Ruff, David Bond and Keith Denison. They ensure that we have a breadth of ideas and approaches and all of them are well known to us. Looking ahead to September we will again have a service of seasonal hymns and readings for harvest which will be at 12.00 midday on Sunday 15 th September. The service will finish in time for the
Harvest lunch that follows it, and this service also gives us an opportunity to consider the needs of our planet and the environmental challenges that we are facing. Adults and children are all very welcome. Service times are on village notice boards and the Village Calendar on pXX
Church Warden Vacancies
The important role of Church Warden still needs to be filled and applicants are urgently sought. The two positions, as it is a shared responsibility, are vital to the running of the church and all the celebrations and services that take place there. Please consider if you could make the time to fill one of these posts. To find out more enquire to Sue Chappell on 756262 or Philip Davies firstname.lastname@example.org
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Harold Gregory Sad news that Harold Gregory, a great supporter and servant of the village has passed away. His funeral and burial will be at All Saints Church Easton on the Hill on Thursday 25th July at 1.00pm.
A warning for summer play With the school holidays upon us, parents are encouraging children to tear themselves away from electronic devices, games consoles and "Go out and play!" Please remember that our village streets have much traffic and drivers often do not follow speed limits or always drive with care. Remind your children: l keep to footpaths l not to play on the roads l not to cycle or ride scooters on roads where they cannot be seen round blind bends or behind parked cars.
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at THE BLUE BELL every week at 11.30 Catch up. Share. See you there! Mon 8 July 19.00 Parish Council Meeting Everyone welcome Village Hall
Sun 7 July 13.00 Open Games Day All welcome Weds 10 July 19.30 (bring picnics!) Quiz Night Triple B Club at (former) Teams of 4, £5 per bowls green head inc. supper The Blue Bell Glitterbugs Music & Disney
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Sat 27 July 12.30 Cricket EOTH v. Werrington (Hunts Div. 3) Cricket Club
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