Hartshorne Cricket Club Family Picnic this Sunday
Sunday 29th May everyone is invited to attend the Family Picnic at the cricket ground. Stalls, live music, family games etc.
Be Aware Burglary on Ticknall Road
On the 12th May an opportunist thief stole money from a residence on Ticknall road by entering the unlocked back door whilst the owner was in the rear garden.
Police remind us to secure our property at all times, even if we are only going into the back garden for a short period of time.
Aviva Women's Cycling Tour 2016
You may have noticed all the resurfacing patchwork being carried out on the A514 and the roads around Swadlincote. This is in prpearation for the Aviva Woman's Cycling Tour whose 4th Stage from Nottingham to Stoke-on-Trent passes through South Derbyshire on June 18th 2016. The tour is expected through Hartshorne sometime between 11:00am and Noon. More information can be found on the Tour Website
The Parish Council has one Allotment Vacancy, anyone interested in taking a plot
should contact Richard Smith the Parish Clerk on 07561 446325.
The Allotments are situated at the end of Tower Road, Hartshorne.
Guided Evening Village Walks
A new programme of Village Summer Evening Walks has been arranged, all starting from the Rodney Inn at 7pm. The walks take in the surrounding countryside covering all directions throuhgand usually last 2 hours.
The walks are auitable for all ages but participants must be able to traverse stiles and typical public footpath terrain.
Thu - 26th May 2016
Wed - 8th June 2016
Tue - 21 June 2016
Thu - 30th June 2016
Mon - 18th Jul 2016
Tue - 2nd Aug 2016
Wed - 17th Aug 2016
Tue - 23rd Aug 2016
Thu - 15th Sept 2016
All Welcome let people know.
The Cricket Club are having a final push to get the new pavillion complete, they are still taking oreders for bricks so please consider purchasing one.
For as little as £50 you can have your name or a special message engraved into a brick that will become the fabric of the new Pavillion.
You can see how your brick will look by visiting the engrave a brick website and typing in your message.
HCC are offering the local business community the opportunity to purchase a bespoke wooden advertisment sign to be displayed around the perimeter of the cricket pitch. Signs are £200 and are expected to last between 5 - 10 years,
More information can be found on the HCC Website To order a brick or advertising board contact the Club's Treasurer Shaun Watson - 07773 794921
Derbyshire Police Website
The Parish Council would like to inform residents that the Derbyshire Police website provides plenty of information about policing in our area, including the crime statistics. Details of actual reported crime incidents in your area can be found on the www.police.uk crime map.
Hartshorne Ladies Club
The Hartshorne Ladies Club 2016 programme is now available.
Hartshorne Village Residents Assocation
The Hartshorne Village Residents Association have now published their first newsletter.
The Newsletter and other information regarding the Association can be found on their website
Don't forget you can find all the minutes and Agenda for the Parish Council Meetings here: Parish Council
Money Spider Credit Union
At a recent Parish Council meeting a representative from the Money Spider Credit Union gave the Parish Councillors an overview of the Credit Union's principle of operation.
The Money Spider Credit Union is a not-for-profit company that provides straight forward financial services for people living or working in South Derbyshire and East Staffordshire. For more details vist the Money Spider Website
Photographs of Hartshorne
Don't forget; Pictures of Hartshorne both old and new can be viewed in the Picture Gallery.
Hartshorne Society of Bell-ringers
Was formed in March 2013 with the aims of:
- Promoting and fostering the ancient English art of Change Ringing in Hartshorne and the local area.
They are always keen to welcome new members; if you are interested in Bell-ringing or just want to find out more the read their visit their blog on the St Peter's Church website, or email Andy Austen
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