St Peter's Beer Festival Sept 24-25 2021
12 noon to 1030pm at St Peter's Church
Entrance fee £1 pay on the door
Family area open until 5.30pm and food available.
Purchase drinks vouchers on arrival.
The Town Council are looking for self motivated people to cover holidays and sickness cover for the supervisors at Tea Pot Hall in Valley Park. The role involves making tea/coffee, keeping kitchen tidy, handling small amounts of cash and general tidying of tables when visitors leave. This is an "as and when" position but at least one months notice will be provided to cover holiday leave. Shifts are Mon to Friday 930-12 noon and 130pm to 4pm. Would ideally suit retired or semi retired person with good communication skills who enjoys meeting people. Whenever possible relief workers can choose a shift to suit their schedule. For further information please call 01724 859057 or email email@example.com by 20 September 2021. Min wage applies.
A men's bicycle was found in Valley Park weekend 22 August along with a pair of trainers. They were dumped in a hedgerow so most probably stolen. The police are aware.Please contact the office for further information. 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.”
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
Musicians, are you looking for a new challenge? See poster below!
Chancel Park has been hit with graffiti vandalism on most of the equipment. The cost to repair this was £60.
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 (up to the maximum of 15 minutes).
If you have any concerns or issues come along and meet your Councillors.
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