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Successful litter pick

Thursday 18.4.19

Thank you to the volunteers who gave up some of their time on this sunny Thursday afternoon, just before the even sunnier Easter weekend.

Doncaster MBC loaned the litter grabbers, hi-vis jackets, hoops, gloves  and bin bags ready for us to tackle the litter louts. Due to the amount of volunteers, Amanda woods of  Tesco Edenthorpe organised more bin bags and also bottles of  water for the volunteers (thirsty work on a sunny day).

The group split up to work the full stretch of Edenthorpe. Some of the areas covered were the pond and area near Sainsburys, the length of Thorne Rd from Sainsburys roundabout to Longfield Drive area, Long Plantation, small copse and Mere Lane Bridle Path, Far Field Playing fields, to mention a few.  Approximately 24 full sacks of rubbish were collected by our volunteers. These were then picked up by Doncaster MBC refuse team. Great team work. 🙂

Sadly we still have a minority of residents who think it is ok to drop  cans, cigarette packets and other litter around our village. The very next evening,  (Good Friday)  glass bottles were smashed on Mere Lane Play Park  all around the slide where children play.  🙁

Please lets try and keep our village looking clean and tidy, teach others to have a respect for the place we all live in. Nobody wants to live in a place resembling a rubbish dump.

Thank you,

Anne

 

 

 

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Thank you to Howdens Joinery Co.

Help for kitchen re-vamp.

Thank you to Darren of Howdens Joinery Co. Kirk Sandall for helping us to secure a donation of £300.00. This will be used towards costs to replace  the existing 1970’s  kitchen at the Church Balk Centre, off Marian Rd, Edenthorpe. The building has gone through many renovations over the past few years and is in excellent condition, the kitchen however is still the original 1970’s kitchen and is very much in need of replacing. Howdens have kindly offered their help in the form of a cheque.

The refurbishment should hopefully take place during 2019.

Thank you once again to Howdens, a great friendly local company.

 

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Litter Pick/ Spring Clean around Edenthorpe.

Thursday 18th April 2019

Please join us on our latest litter pick around the village. We will be meeting in the overflow car park at Tesco (the car park nearest to the traffic lights) at 2.00pm.

We look forward to seeing you all there. Litter grabbers, hoops, bin bags and hi-vis jackets will be provided.

 

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Thorne Lions raising money for prostate cancer detection.

Midsummer Walk Sunday 19 May 2019

Please find attached posters outlining the route of this year’s walk along with details on how to register. Money raised will go to Doncaster Cancer Detection Trust for a new project – prostate cancer detection.

Midsummer walk (route for 2019)

Thorne Lions Midsummer Walk 2019 (Thorne Lions)

Lets hope its a lovely day for all to enjoy.  The walk is wheelchair, pushchair and dog friendly.

 

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Draft Neighbourhood Plan

Edenthorpe Neighbourhood Plan Working Group.

Please find attached Draft Neighbourhood Plan. This is a culmination of just over two years of evidence gathering using a variety of methods, finding out what the Edenthorpe residents want for our village’s future.

Edenthorpe Draft Plan Public Consultation Version

Please take a look, we would also love to hear your  comments.

The public consultation is for a six week period (beginning with the public event at The Church Balk Centre, Off Marian Rd, Edenthorpe, DN3 2PT on 20th February 2019)  and will end on 3rd April 2019.

Please send your comments to edenthorpenplan@gmail.com

Thank you for you continued support.

 

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Public Consultation for Edenthorpe Neighbourhood Plan

Draft Plan Consultation.

Edenthorpe Neighbourhood Plan is now ready for it’s Draft Plan Consultation (Regulation 14). This consultation will begin on 20th February 2019 and close on 3rd April 2019. All comments on the draft plan will need to be sent to edenthorpenplan@gmail.com

There is a public event on 20th February at The Church Balk Centre, Off Marian Rd, Edenthorpe 6:30pm – 8:30pm where you will be able to view the documents and make comments.

Thank you for your continued support.

public consultation leaflet for 20.2.19

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Christmas tree lights ‘switch on’ and carol service.

Great turnout from the village.

SUCCESSFUL EVENT
What a very special evening we had on the night of 30th November, even the weather was kind to us after a particularly wet few days – This was our 2nd carol service and lighting of the Christmas trees on the War Memorial Green. 🎄
Glynis Robinson (Resident of the Year 2018) very kindly switched on the lights this year. Thank you and once again congratulations on your award which you received for all your time, involvement and voluntary work for 47th Edenthorpe Scout Group.
Local resident Tyrone Ali began with a few introductions and helped everyone to get into the Christmas spirit with his anecdotes.
Reverend Steve Beck once again very kindly provided the PA system, song sheets and backing tracks, as last year he led the carol service with his humorous speeches. He gave his audience the opportunity to choose the songs from a mix of traditional Christmas Carols and Children’s Christmas songs. Local pupil – Olivia Ward (soloist) bravely opened the service by singing Silent Night beautifully. Olivia, thank you for taking time out of your show rehearsals to open the carol service.

Donations were secured from many local businesses and residents. Those who donated, thank you so much, letters and thanks have been sent individually, they are numerous! I apologise if anyone has been missed but you can be assured that your donations were very much appreciated. I think I can say that everyone who attended the event (up on last year’s figures, probably 200 people), enjoyed the mulled wine, mince pies and the magical atmosphere. The very generous donations meant that everyone who attended was able to enjoy the evening with a mince pie in hand, mulled wine for adults, juice for under 18’s as well as sweets for the youngsters.
Thanks to Linda Lauri Ali, you were great collecting these and you also gave up so much of your time to help organise the event. Linda, you and your family are not allowed to move house!
Steve Ward and his family added an extra special something to the night by setting up a snow machine. The youngsters absolutely loved this whilst singing Christmas songs.
Last thanks go to everyone who helped out in any way, distributing song sheets, setting up, serving everyone -Last cheers go to Fred Gee and Paul Bissett for keeping the mulled wine flowing by warming in kettles.
Edenthorpe what a lovely place we live in. 🎄
I apologise if I have left anyone out of the thanks, but your help was much appreciated.
Next year is booked so pop the date in your new diaries. We have once again gone for the closest Friday to December which makes next year’s date – 29th November 2019 at 6.30pm on The War Memorial Green, Hope to see you there.
Edenthorpe Parish Council wish you all a healthy, happy and safe New Year.

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Edenthorpe Resident of the Year 2018

Congratulations Glynis Robinson 🙂

Edenthorpe Resident of the Year 2018
Introduction : Last year saw the very first Resident of the Year award, which was given to Jen Oxley. Jen has continued to tirelessly work on planting around the village and is of course one of this year’s nominees. There were four other residents nominated this year, who have all contributed substantially in various ways for the benefit of the village. This year’s winner is
HUGE CONGRATULATIONS – GLYNIS ROBINSON.

Glynis became involved with the 47th Doncaster (Edenthorpe) Scout Group over 20 years ago, when her eldest son joined the Beaver Colony. She volunteered to become the Group Treasurer and then went on to resurrect the fund-raising activities undertaken by the Group. Over the years Glynis has helped raise a considerable income for the Group.
Eventually relinquishing the role of Treasurer Glynis then become an Assistant Cub Scout Leader. A little later the Cub Scout Leader had to give up the position, Glynis very kindly volunteered to take on this role, and continues to fulfil this role with dedication and unbounded enthusiasm. The number of activities and camps (outdoor and indoor) has increased considerably over the years.
Many families in the village will know Glynis as Akela and are extremely grateful for the experiences you have provided for their children.

Congratulations Glynis, you are Edenthorpe Resident of the Year 2018.
From all of us at Edenthorpe Parish Council.