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SNICKETY GARDENS

ATTENTION – EDENTHORPE RESIDENTS!

Please can all residents look out for our newly established Snickety Gardens.

Sadly, over the Bank Holiday weekend somebody thought it would be a great idea to snap flower heads off a lot of plants. One foxglove still had a bee in the flower head which was lying on the floor. Why do this?

MINDLESS VANDALISM.

These gardens were created by local resident Jen in her own time. She has worked relentlessly over the past 18 months, locals have donated plants, tools and continue to do so. These snickets are unique and are an asset to the village.

PLEASE CAN EVERYONE KEEP A LOOK OUT FOR ANY ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR AND LET US KEEP THESE BORDERS LOOKING AMAZING.

The flowers look so much better on the living plant than lying dead on the floor.

Crescent Gardens.

Jen has recently begun to work on the semi circle of overgrown garden off The Crescent. This has been left for many years. It is already looking great as Jen has attacked it and begun planting. Jen is one amazing lady!

Please feel free to water any of these areas along with the planters which will be filled later this week.

 

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Neighbourhood Plan

Drop in Session.

Please come and join us on Monday 22nd May 2017 – The meeting room, Community Centre, Cedric road, between 4pm-8pm. Light refreshments will be available for those who are feeling a bit peckish.

Meet our consultant Luke Brown and have your say about how you see the village in the next 15-20 years. This Plan is for the people of Edenthorpe, by the people of Edenthorpe for the future generation.

Edenthorpe – Don’t forget to complete your surveys!  🙂

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Church Balk Centre

Decorating & continuation of revamp.

After a week of hard work by the decorators and with the understanding from the groups using the centre, we are pleased to say that our Church Balk Centre is looking fresh and newly painted.

The walls are now a  magnolia with a soft cream gloss coat replacing the areas which were previously blue. The rest of the woodwork is either white or wood varnish. There are further bits to do but the majority of the decorating is now complete.