S A X I L B Y W I T H I N G L E B Y PA R I S H COUNCIL
Parish Council News Inside this issue: Chairman's Comments
Pavilion Café Bar
Sports Development 4 News Council Meeting Information
Chairman's Comments At a recent Council meeting I am able to confirm that we have signed up to the formal Agreement with L i n c o l n s h i re C o u n t y Council which will mean that we retain a Library in Saxilby for at least the next 10 years. This is great news for the Village and our exciting plans mean that we will have a facility that we hope more and more people will use.
WHATS ON IN SAXILBY
Open Morning to discuss Library (Date to be advised)
Memorial Service December 1st Christmas Tree Lighting
Our aim is to get more usage from people, young and old, and we will be offering new and exciting courses, workshops and sessions for children. We will be looking to County Council to enhance their offering in the Library and the agreement that we have signed sets out what they have to deliver as well as what we have to provide at the facility.
I fully accept that there are concerns amongst some people and we will try and allay those fears over the forthcoming months. We will be meet- We will hold a Open ing with the Friends of Morning in September so Saxilby Library to see you can tell us what you how we can work with
them; we will be putting into place efforts to recruit more volunteers to help with our goal of opening for, in excess of, 49 hours per week.
want in the new Library. We are, over the next few weeks, further improving the facilities at St Andrews Community Centre to welcome the Library but it is envisaged that it will be open in mid to late October. We are one of the first of the new-style Libraries and our model will be picked up by many more small Libraries over the next few years. Times change and we, as your Parish are at the forefront of these changes. Now you can be assured that we will put all energies into making it work!
Saxilby Parish Council has set up a new Facebook Group “Saxilby Information & Events” Information will be provided here on local group meetings and events as well as information from the District and County Council’s. Information that is posted on village notice boards will now be available in one easily-accessible place online!
Parish Council News
Best Kept Village Unfortunately we ha ve r ec eived notification that we did not make it through to the next round of judging. We will endeavour to work on the aspects that let us down to perform better next year.
Archery Come down and try your hand at archery for free! on the rec: 12am - 2pm Wednesday 22nd August
Junior Tennis Club Saxilby Junior Tennis Club New junior tennis club for the 2012 season - £25 a year: 6-11 year olds - Monday 5pm-6pm 12-16 year olds - Wednesday 4:45pm-7pm Membership includes discounted coaching sessions, access to courts, entry into competitions and tournaments For further info, contact Stuart on 01522 703912 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Action and Volunteering Fund A maximum grant of £250 and can be up to 100% of the project cost Activities that bring the community together such as a street party, big lunch, litter picking days Setting up a new community activity such as a gardening group or a residents’ group Undertake small improvements to community assets such as painting a community room, buy for the village hall, purchase planters and hanging baskets for the high street
To request an application pack please contact Jenny Stone: email@example.com 01529 301951/01529 302466
The Jubilee memorial is now in place on bridge street; funded by the Parish Council, project management of this was carried out by Zoo Ceramics with the design and construction being carried out by the children of Saxilby School. There will be an official dedication/opening later in this year and would like as many as possible to attend. Watch this space for further information!
Village Hall MONTHLY MARKET
This month’s market is on the 11th August where you will have the opportunity to come and meet one of your parish councillors and discuss parish issues.
Parish Council News
August 2012 Page 3
The Pavilion Kitchen The latest stage of the renovation work of the St. Andrews’ Community centre is now finished and food is available for sale. The addition of this kitchen facility allows expansion of the service provided at the Pavilion Bar and allows us to begin to extend the opening hours in preparation of the move of Saxilby Library.
The food offering is a majority of fresh homemade dishes; including traditional pub food, cakes and sandwiches. Full food service is now in operation with hot food available Monday to Saturday between 12am and 2pm, & 5pm and 7pm. Cold sandwiches/rolls will be available during all other Bar opening hours. Hours subject to change
www.facebook.com/pavbar Theme Nights @THE PAV
Happy Hour @THE PAV
Pavilion Café Bar LIVE MUSIC NEW Opening Hours
Monday to Thursday
10% off all drinks MONDAY TO THURSDAY
5pm to 7pm
With the new kitchen we will shortly be introducing theme nights: - Curry Nights, Steak Nights etc.
*Watch this space for further details*
Live music every 11:30 to 23:00 otherFriday Saturday 8 ‘tillto late 11:30 24:00 Saturdayevents This month’s to 24:00 on 12:00 the 8th, Friday 21st and Sunday the 29th 12:00 to 22:00
LICENSING ACT 2003 APPLICATION FOR A PREMISES LICENCE Notice is hereby given that an application for a Premises Licence under the above-mentioned legislation has been made by Saxilby with Ingleby Parish Council to West Lindsey District Council in respect of premises known as The Pavilion Bar and Kitchen which are situated at The St. Andrews Community Centre, William Street, Saxilby, LN1 2LP. The proposed license activity to be carried on at the premises - is as follows: Sale or supply by retail of alcohol, Provision of regulated entertainment, Provision of late night refreshment. The record of the application may be inspected at the offices of The Licensing Section, West Lindsey District Council, Guildhall, Marshall’s Yard, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, DN21 2NA during normal office hours (by appointment only) Any representations by interested parties or responsible authorities regarding the application must be made in writing to the Licensing Section, West Lindsey District Council at the above address by 30th August.
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BAND NIGHTS @THE PAV 8 ‘till late
August entertainment to be advised, please check Facebook or adverts in bar for further details A new premises license is being applied for due to structural changes to the Centre that are required for the Library
SAXILBY WITH I N G L E B Y PA R I S H COUNCIL
Parish Clerk Blog All our wonderful celebrations are over and I hope that you enjoyed them as much as we did, the village looked spectacular and it was fantastic to see the turnout from residents and visitors.
St Andrews Centre William Street Saxilby Lincoln LN1 2LP 01522 703912 firstname.lastname@example.org
We will now be concentrating our efforts on reapplying for funding for the wheeled park and MUGA, I will keep you informed of our progress. Now that we are back to normal the wardens are working hard around the village to get the grass cutting back on schedule, as they have been severely hindered by the recent weather.
Peter Odam — PC Chairman Ray Scott — PC Vice-Chair Peter Walton — PC Vice-Chair Louise Gibbs — Parish Clerk Paul Derry — Grounds Manager Stuart Broxholme — Bar Manager
If you have any queries or questions please feel free to give me a call.
Stuart Bolding — Sports & Youth Development Officer
Jamie Harrington— Assistant Clerk
Council Meetings Diary 1st August Full Council 8th August Land & Buildings 15th August Recreation & Sports 22nd August Resources 5th September Full Council
Simon Gelder — Groundsman
If you have any queries whatsoever regarding Parish Council issues please do not hesitate to ring or e-mail us.
Mark Deeney — Groundsman
Saxilby Holiday club will run Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday throughout the holidays for school years 2-6 from July 23rd to 31st August. Each day in the holiday club will cost £10 per child and will run from 9am to 4pm. Wide range of activities including tennis, kwik cricket, arts & crafts, table tennis, rounders, football, Nintendo Wii, assorted games and competitions. Football days which feature coaching and tournaments on the 17th and 24th still have places available
Places still available! Bouncy castles every Thursday, and archery on Wednesday the 22nd. For booking please contact Stuart on 01522 703912 or email@example.com