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Latest News

Children's Play Park Repairs Tues 7th Dec & Wed 8th Dec

Red rocking horse

Contractors will be on site at the children's play park at the QEII Playing Field on Tues 7th Dec & Wed 8th Dec replacing the wet pour surface under the big red rocking horse.

A section of the play park will be closed for two days while the work is carried out.

The toddler part of the play park will be open.

Posted: Thu, 02 Dec 2021 13:40 by Jenny Gellatly

Advance Warning - Village Hall Car Park Tues 7th & Wed 8th Dec

QEII Playing Field

Anglian Water will be carrying out essential maintenance work on the water pipe at the rear of the QEII Playing Field next week starting on Tuesday. The work will take 2 weeks to complete.

Some of their HGV vehicles are wider than the playing field barrier and part of the playing field fencing will be removed to allow access.

A section of the village hall car park from the Rookery Ramp/steps to the hall will be closed on Tues 7th & Wed 8th December. More »

The area of the car park near the scout hut will be available for the Doctors Surgery. » Less

Posted: Thu, 02 Dec 2021 13:32 by Jenny Gellatly

Think Yellow!

QEII Playing Field- Bulb plantinig

You may think this looks like a bit of rough grass at the bottom of the QEII Playing Field.

Underneath the soil are 351 bulbs which have been carefully planted this week and will burst into colour in the Spring.

The flowers will provide food for insects, pollen for bees as well adding to the natural beauty of the field.

#greenflagaward #pollinators #Spring2022 #Pollinators #COP26Glasgow

Posted: Wed, 10 Nov 2021 13:46 by Jenny Gellatly