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June has come and gone; the Jubilee Celebrations with the Beacon lighting at the Rec and finally the Olympic Torch coming to Saxilby. As a Council, we spent a considerable amount of time preparing for both these events and I hope you feel that our efforts did the Village proud on both counts.
The Banners that we jointly purchased with WLDC still remain around the Village and will stay up throughout the Olympic Games. I think it gives the Village a celebratory feel that we have been part of this major event.
Many thanks to those business’s who opened early on the 28th (Torch Day!) we hope the The Jubilee Memorial crowds gave you an that has been created extra business boost. by the School; paid for There have been some by the Parish Council, downsides to the major has now been installed work our staff have on the Canal Wall and it undertaken; some parts looks really impressive. of the Village, including Why don't you go down the Burial Ground, were and have a look? neglected to concentrate
have now rectified this and things should be back to normal. We apologise for any upset that this may have caused. Grass, unfortunately, grows very fast when one day it rains and the next is sunny and our staff have found it difficult to keep on top of everything. However since the Torch visit emphasis has been back on getting back to our normal firstclass standard! Finally I want to place on record the great work our own staff have done in delivering these two major events. Thank-you.
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WHATS ON IN SAXILBY
July 14th Saxilby Gala July 13th - 15th Beer Festival at the Pav November 10th Memorial Service December 1st Christmas Tree Lighting
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!
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Best Kept Village We have once again entered into the Lincolnshire best-kept village competition now in its 50th year! After a strong showing last year we are hoping to build on our success and go that one stage further to finish in the top 3.
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 email@example.com
Olympics We would like to give thanks to everyone that turned out to line the route as the Olympic torch passed through the village, I’m sure it was an occasion that has provided many treasured memories. A special thank you to Saxilby School for their help in organising the sports day on the 28th. And thanks also to all of our sponsors for this event whose funding has helped make everything possible at minimum cost to our parishioners.
JULY 14TH On the Memorial Field
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 14th July where you will have the opportunity to come and meet one of your parish councillors and discuss parish issues.
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The Pavilion Kitchen The latest stage of the renovation work of the St. cakes and sandwiches. Andrews’ Community centre is now finished and Full food service will be available from Monday food is available for sale. 9th with hot food available Monday to Friday The addition of this kitchen facility allows between 11am and 4pm, and on Saturday expansion of the service provided at the Pavilion between 12pm and 5pm. Bar and allows us to begin to extend the Cold sandwiches/rolls will be available during opening hours in preparation of the move of all other Bar opening hours. Saxilby Library. The food offering is a majority of fresh homeHours subject to change made dishes; including traditional pub food,
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Theme Nights @THE PAV
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With the new kitchen we will shortly be introducing theme nights: - Curry Nights, Steak Nights etc.
MONDAY TO FRIDAY 3PM TO 6PM
*Watch this space for further details*
Pavilion Café Bar LIVE MUSIC NEW Opening Hours
Monday to Thursday
Live music every 11:00 to 23:00 otherFriday Saturday 8 ‘tillto late 11:00 24:00 Saturdayevents This month’s to 24:00 on 12:00 the 8th, Friday 21st and Sunday the 29th
Opening Hours NIGHTS @THE MondayPAV to
8 ‘till late Thursday 15:00 to 23:00 14th July (Outdoor) Sark & Friday RacheltoClark 15:00 24:00
12:00 to 22:00
New Coffee Machine To complement the opening of the kitchen and to assist with our plans for a cafe-bar operation during the daytime, we are pleased to announce that the Pav has a new espresso machine and we are now serving a full range of speciality coffees, tea and hot chocolate from Stokes of Lincoln
Pavilion Café Bar BAND
21st Saturday Raging 12:00 to Calm 24:00 28th Sunday LadiestoNight 12:00 22:00 (Upstairs function) 4th Rebranded
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SAXILBY WITH I N G L E B Y PA R I S H COUNCIL St Andrews Centre William Street Saxilby Lincoln LN1 2LP 01522 703912 firstname.lastname@example.org
Peter Odam — PC Chairman Ray Scott — PC Vice-Chair Peter Walton — PC Vice-Chair Louise Gibbs — Parish Clerk Paul Derry — Grounds Manager
Parish Clerk Blog By the time you read this all our celebrations will be over, so I would like to personally thank all the staff and the Councilors who worked so hard putting the Jubilee and Olympic Events together. I would also like to thank M R Pooles for the fantastic flower displays that they have created in the tubs around the village which will hopefully help us to win the best kept village competition this year. This is being judged between June and September so please help us to keep the village clean and tidy as we won’t be told in advance when the judging will take place.
Council Meetings Diary 4th July Full Council 11th July Land & Buildings 18th July Recreation & Sports 25th July Resources 1st August Full Council
Stuart Broxholme — Bar Manager Stuart Bolding — Sports & Youth Development Officer
Jamie Harrington— Assistant Clerk
Simon Gelder — Groundsman Mark Deeney — Groundsman
If you have any queries whatsoever regarding Parish Council issues please do not hesitate to ring or e-mail us.
Saxilby Holiday club will run Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday throughout the holidays for school years 2-6 from July 23rd to 31st August. The week beginning 6th August this will be replaced by other activities to be confirmed 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. Look out for our special activity days that will include: inflatable's, archery, mini go-karting and much more! Football and Tennis coaching and tournaments will also be run over the summer, dates to be confirmed - these will be run for ages 6-11 and 12-16. Further details to follow For booking please contact Stuart on 01522 703912 or email@example.com