Bottesford Town Council are pleased to announce the opening of a Fitness Trail and Obstacle Course. Residents are invited to the opening day on Friday 30th July at 11am. A fitness instructor will be on hand to advise how to get the best out of the equipment. Kompan Play have provided goodies for the kiddies.
Bottesford Town Council are pleased to announce Tea Pot Hall is now open to old and new residents. Normal opening times will resume, no booking required!
We look forward to seeing you all.
It is recommended that when walking around Tea Pot Hall masks are still worn.
For further details call 01724 859057
The fitness trail is accessible to ages 13+ and the obstacle course is for any age (younger children should be supervised).
“I am delighted that we have been able to fund this exciting project that will bring new and up-to-date fitness equipment to Valley Park. We listened to pupils of Bottesford Junior School who were consulted about they type of new equipment they would like to see in the park, and I believe that this new fitness trail will appeal to multiple age groups making fitness fun and enhancing the well-being of our community.”
Please be aware of proposed Carriageway Resurfacing work at;
Rosedale and Croft Lane, Bottesford.
18th of August 2021
Please Park Off-Road during the above dates or until work has been completed.
Work to be undertaken on behalf of North Lincolnshire Council by Eurovia LTD.
For more information please contact:
Highways Project Officer
North Lincolnshire Council
At last nights Council meeting the cost of vandalism in the parks was discussed. It was noted the cost incurred to you the tax payer, over the last 3 years, is £4500! Please report any instances you witness to the 101 number and the Clerk.Thank you
Would you like to volunteer for the Community Speed Watch initiative? If so , training will be provided, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01724 859057
The Council made a resolution, at the meeting held on 10 May 2021, to allow public participation at the monthly meetings. 15 minute allocation at the start of the meeting will allow members of the public to ask the Council questions. Members of the public must notify the Clerk three working days prior to a meeting that they wish to ask questions and or make representations to the Council.
A 3-minute slot will be allocated to each resident. The Council will get back to residents after the meeting.
If you have any concerns or issues come along and meet your Councillors.
(Covid 19 regulations must be followed regarding numbers allowed in the hall - the Town Council will do everything in our power to allow members of the public access to meetings)
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