The Parish Council has been notified that an outline application (ref: S/094/00896/19) to build two houses on land adjacent to Sunny View, Kirkby Lane, LN10 6YY has been refused. To view the application, visit the ELDC website here. To view or download all the associated documentation, including theParish Council comments, and thedecision notice, click on the [Documents] tab.
Among the reasons given for refusal is the statement that “The development of this site would extend the built form of the village resulting in an unacceptable erosion of the countryside and would create an incongruous linear expansion of the village.”
The Parish Council has been notified by Abi Cole, ELDC planning enforcement officer, that following a recent site visit, the issue about the eyesore caused by the pile of rubble that was the remains of Lindum Cottage left by builders in Main Street has now been resolved. This issue was first raised at the public forum preceding a Parish Council meeting in November 2018, and subsequently pursued by the council with the help of ELDC Councillor Craig Leyland. If you have any further complaints about this site please contact the ELDC Planning Enforcement team or contact a Parish Councillor.
The Parish Council launched its latest competition at the recent Annual Parish Meeting.The idea was to name the footpath that runs from Main Street to Wharf Lane, just opposite the school. We now have now twelve entries, so all residents can vote for the winner. Please vote for one name only, using the voting papers in the book exchange / phone box, and leave your paper in the box provided, by August 31. Here’s the list, in no particular order:
June 30th is the date for the next fundraising event in aid of St. Mary’s Church Kirkby on Bain. It’s a cream tea plus a raffle at Roughton Village Hall and it’s scheduled for 3pm. All welcome! Continue reading →
CAMEO CLUB of KIRKBY on BAIN and ROUGHTON – JUNE MEETING REPORT
On 18th June Sadie Hirst returned to give us a follow up talk to the one she did last year, where she talked about the history of cookery books – ‘Much Ado about Food’. She made the progression from recipes to the material culture i.e. the pots and pans with which to cook and the ‘History of Food’.
She explained that decisions about what you eat, where you buy it, whether you choose to eat meat or be vegetarian or vegan defines ourselves and our cultures. Migrants use their traditions of cooking to help remind themselves of the countries from which they have come.
Sadie began in Neolithic times and took us up to the Tudor/Stewart times.
On the 21st May we saw the return, by popular request, of CATS the Coningsby and Tattershall Strummers Ukulele Band! With three of their players being members of Cameo; Sue Carroll, Sue Schofield and her mum Dinah Campbell, we have a growing connection with the band.
Yet again we had a full house and many visitors, both men and women. A very jolly time was had with lots of singing along, rattling of tambourines and dancing at the back. Band leader, Steve Tullett kept us amused, in between songs, with jokes and cartoons which included derogatory ones about Trump and Brexit! He also stressed that the band was always welcome to new members. The band meets most Mondays at 7.00pm in Coningsby Methodist Hall. Continue reading →
All welcome to the Kirkby and Roughton Plant Sale on Saturday May 18th, 10am to 12 noon, in Roughton Parish Hall. Refreshments available.
Donations of plants will be gratefully received from 9.00 am at the hall on the day of sale. The event is in aid of St. Margaret’s Church Roughton and St. Mary’s Church Kirkby on Bain. Continue reading →