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1st Little Paxton Brownies - Take Action

1st Little Paxton  Brownies - Take Action

1st Little Paxton Brownies are working to gain their Take Action- Influence- Skills Builder Badge.

As part of the badge work, they are collecting pet food, toys and bedding for Wood Green Animal Shelter.

A collection point for donations is St.James Church Wednesday mornings 11am - 12 noon ,Friday mornings 10.15am - 12 noon or before or after services on Sundays. The collection point will be available until 23rd December.

Posted: Fri, 30 Nov 2018 14:00 by Jenny Gellatly

Winter Gritting

Winter Gritting

The areas the Parish Council will grit as a part of the Winter Gritting Programme are:

1. Entrance from the QEII Playing Field from the High Street to the Doctors Surgery. This includes the footpath along side the children's play park.

2. The Rookery Steps & Ramp.

3. Footpath through St James Churchyard.

Gritting will only take place on the days the Council Groundsman works i.e. Monday - Friday (mornings). More »

There will no gritting at weekends.#weatherready#metoffice#LittlePaxton » Less

Posted: Wed, 21 Nov 2018 13:23 by Jenny Gellatly

Little Paxton Remembers Poppy Sculpture

Little  Paxton Remembers Poppy Sculpture

A poppy sculpture was 'unveiled' this morning on the grass verge near the High Street entrance of St James Church.

The metal sculpture depicts six poppies which represent the six Little Paxton residents who gave their lives in World War 1, together with a Tommy's helmet, bayonet and cross. Poppies started growing in no man's land at Flanders during World War I.

The Parish Council would like to thank Mr Barry Carter (designer), Mr Kevin Rayner, Mr. Dan Marshall, Mr Neil McAleer and the team from KRBM Ltd who made and installed this magnificent piece of art which will ensure Little Paxton Remembers 1918-2018. More »

#wewillrememberthem#lestweforget » Less

Posted: Thu, 01 Nov 2018 11:56 by Jenny Gellatly