This weekend councillors distributed leaflets around the parish, providing information about this year’s Annual Parish Meeting, forthcoming local events and a welcome letter for newcomers listing clubs, footpaths for walkers, holiday accommodation, a village map and other useful contact details. If you have not received the information pack and you would like one please get in touch here or contact a councillor.
Yesterday the Kirkby on Bain Parish Council received the following message from Jonathan Challen, Public Protection Service Manager, East Lindsey District Council:
“Following on from this morning’s teleconference with colleagues from the MOD, I can advise that the postponed works (originally planned for March) are now due to commence on Monday 16th. As per the previous operation the remit will be to remove the spent ordinance from the 2 pits that were discovered during the sampling / testing that was carried out in November 2017. Continue reading →
Kirkby on Bain Primary School has advertised a 1:1 Teaching Assistant Vacancy to start on May 21st. The job description and application form are available to download from the alert bar on the school home page.
Following the announcement that the revised start date for Phase 2 of mustard gas clearance works by the Ministry of Defence was to be 16 April, notices have recently appeared at the Woodhall Spa end of Kirkby Lane, though not at the Kirkby on Bain end. Thanks LCC Highways! The signs indicate that the road will be closed from April 15 at 6pm until April 25 at 6pm.
The next Kirkby on Bain Parish Council meeting will take place on the first Thursday of May which will be the 3rd May 2018. The meeting will start with the Annual Council Meeting and the regular Parish Council meeting will take place at the conclusion of this meeting.
Report on The Cameo Club of Kirkby on Bain and Roughton
The word Cameo stands for Come and Meet Each Other and meetings are held every third Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm in Roughton Village Hall. Any monies raised through entrance fees, raffles and number lottery goes towards our chosen charity which this year is the RNLI.
Long standing chair, Sue Wright stood down this year and thanks to her for all her hard work over the years. Carmita Booth was elected new chair.
Although traditionally a women’s group men have attended outside visits and activities such as going to Louth museum, Anwick Garden Centre and the pantomime. This year the new committee made the decision to actively encourage men to attend, particularly where they might be interested in the speaker. Continue reading →