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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 »
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Posted: Thu, 01 Nov 2018 11:56 by Jenny Gellatly
Little Paxton Parish Council is recruiting an additional part time groundsperson working 20 hours per month on a twelve month fixed contract.
The role will involve grass cutting and general maintenance of the QEII Playing field, Childrens play parks, Allotments, St. James Churchyard, Little Paxton Lawn Cemetery and helping at Paxfest 2019.
For more details contact the Clerk
Closing date for applications Friday 16th November 5pm.
Posted: Tue, 30 Oct 2018 13:11 by Jenny Gellatly
We are looking for residents to come and help with implementing the village Community Led Plan. The adopted Plan is based on the findings of the recent survey and seeks to make Little Paxton an even better place to live.
If you would like to be part of the team please come join us in meeting room 2 at the Hub at 10am on Friday 2 Nov. And if you can't make this meeting but would like to contribute, please contact the Clerk Mrs Jenny Gellatly on Tel 01480 470193 More »
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Posted: Mon, 15 Oct 2018 09:40 by Jenny Gellatly