The Town Council will not tolerate vandalism to its property or parks.
Any form of vandalism will be reported to the police and compensation always sought.
If you witness an act of vandalism in the parks or the Town Council buildings please call 01724 859057
A small garden was planted with Platinum Jubilee roses and officially opened by Cllrs' John Davison, Elaine Davison and Margaret Armiger, along with Miss Teen North Lincolnshire Kayleigh Cook and Bottesford in Bloom volunteer Gareth Preston. Thank you to everyone who helped design and plant the garden and to Bottesford in Bloom for donating the plants.
A bench is situated near the garden for residents to relax and reflect.
The Tea Pot Hall bingo regulars raised a fabulous amount of £428.20 for Lindsey Lodge Hospice this year. Thank you to everyone for your support. Regulars Pam Harrison & Gill Birrill are joined by Town Clerk Lesley Liddle and Tea Pot Hall supervisor Helen Chapman to present a cheque.
Thank you to everyone who helped and supported the Town Council at this year's Autumn Fair. £498.96 was raised for Lindsey Lodge Hospice!
Mayor John Davison, Cllr Elaine Davison, Cllr Janet Longcake and administrator Anne Bradley presented a cheque to the hospice.
The Town Council's grounds maintenance (grass verges and Public Rights of Way) went out to Tender in October 2022. Tenders were reviewed at the November 2022 meeting with Glendale Limited been awarded the 2023 contract.
How exciting to receive a letter in response to the Portrait of the Queen winner and the Town's Jubilee celebrations.
Cllr John Davison, Cllr Elaine Davison, Cllr Margaret Armiger and Cllr Janet Longcake, along with Town Clerk, Lesley Liddle and volunteers Dave and Sue Bulmer presented a cheque to Lindsey Lodge Hospice from the funds raised at the Jubilee Beer festival. A grand total of £2787.30 was raised!
Thank you to everyone who helped and supported us on the day.
A bench was sponsored by Tony's family and the Town Council were happy to place this along Bottesford Beck.(Permission has been granted to publish this photo)
The Town Council received a lovely photo of Mrs Altoft seated on the bench sponsored in memory of Mr Doug Altoft. The bench is placed near the visitor centre along the Beck.
If you are interested in sponsoring a bench in memory of a loved you contact 01724 859057 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Cost £100 to sponsor a bench and plaque and the Town Council will purchase the bench and you choose the location in a local Bottesford park, Valley Park, Chancel Park and Greenacre Park.
What a lovely start to 2022! Liam and Seth, pupils of Bottesford Infant school, litter picking along Valley View area and the Beck collected two bags of rubbish! Well done lads what a fantastic job!! A big thank you from Mayor Davison and the Town Clerk & Councillors. (Permission has been granted to produce the photos)
Come along and try the fitness trail. For adults and children.
Musicians, are you looking for a new challenge? See poster
Would you like to volunteer for the Community Speed Watch initiative? If so , training will be provided, please email email@example.com 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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